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Saturday 25 June 2022 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Features, Go Local
Mini Game participants on the track at the National Stadium with the torch. Photo: Supplied/22062442
The week wrapped up with Olympic Day on Thursday afternoon with a
One of the organisers, Richelle Gempton from CISNOC said around 50
people turned up at the Rarotonga Golf Course to participate.
“Those that came down really enjoyed it, we had a lot of spot
prizes and fun games about the Olympics and then just some physical games there
to but it was a good afternoon.”
The Mini Games on Wednesday had around 90 children from Blackrock pre-school, Apii Avarua and Apii Nikao at the National Stadium.
was challenging because we don't usually have that many children with such a
small team but it was good.”
said she hoped to reach out more schools in the future for the Mini Olympics.
Tuesday CISNOC hosted the Ability Games also at the National Stadium.
Around 70 inclusive education students from Rarotonga schools and the Creative Centre took part in the event.
said Olympic Week was “really busy but really rewarding”.
really pleased with how it all came together, I'm looking forward to next years
“Everyone really enjoyed themselves right from the ability to the fun run, lots of smiley faces and laughter which is always a good time.”