By Daniel Etchells and Liam Morgan in Port Moresby
Port Moresby 2015 Medal Table
|Papua New Guinea||10||6||5|
Latest Port Moresby 2015 Results
Men's 77kg overall
6 Jul 2015 12:47
|Philip Toua Udia||302kg|
FIVB President Graça reveals new LED net ready for competition and predicts explosion in volleyball post-Rio 2016
International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) President Ary S. Graça has predicted the world will be in for a big surprise when their LED net is unveiled later this year before use at next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
European Athletics has hosted the biggest ever event bidding seminar for the 2020 European Athletics Championships and 2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships in Lausanne.
This year's Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) General Assembly in Turkmenistan has been put back by a week and will now take place in Ashgabat on September 15 and 16, it has been announced.
Weightlifter Douglas Sekone-Fraser has withdrawn from the New Zealand team at the Pacific Games after he posted pictures of local people dressed in traditional Papua New Guinean clothing with the hashtag "#cannibals" on social networking site Instagram ahead of the Port Moresby 2015 Opening Ceremony.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist and red-hot favourite Ryan Pini of Papua New Guinea secured a gold medal in the men’s 50 metres backstroke to the delight of the raucous crowd as four Pacific Games records were broken on the opening day of swimming here.
Weightlifter Philip Toua Udia won two Pacific Games gold medals for hosts Papua New Guinea, claiming both the men’s 77 kilogram overall and clean and jerk titles to round off a fascinating day’s action here.
Tahiti were in outstanding form on the second full day of competition here at Port Moresby 2015 as they swept the gold medals in va’a and table tennis, while also claiming three Pacific Games shooting titles.
Ukraine's double European Games gymnastics champion Oleg Verniaiev was back among the medals on the third day of the Gwangju 2015 Summer Universiade, triumphing in the men's individual all-round competition in the South Korean city.
Swimmer returns to Aquatics Centre to mark 10 years since London awarded Olympic and Paralympic Games
Reigning world and European champion swimmer Amy Marren returned to the London Aquatics Centre to help mark 10 years to the day since the British capital were awarded the rights to host the Olympic and Paralympics in Singapore.
The International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) Goalball Subcommittee are encouraging members to participate in the updating of the ISBA goalball rules and regulations.
Australia claimed a late winner to beat hosts Belgium and win the final of the Hockey World League Semi-Final in Antwerp following a tight match between two well matched teams.
Cuban International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Reynaldo González López has died in Mexico City aged 66.
A landmark "Going for Gold" project has been launched by the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) in conjunction with the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) in order to raise funds for potential Olympians.
Sports Minister claims Rio 2016 will make Brazil more active as study finds half of population do not exercise
A new study has found that 49.5 per cent of Brazilians do not practice sport or partake in physical activity, with just over a year to go until the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.