Organisers of the 2022 Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) have held their inaugural meeting in the capital Saipan.
The Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Government have been praised for their commitment to hosting the Pacific Mini Games, even though the coronavirus pandemic has forced them to be postponed by a year until 2022.
New dates for the Pacific Mini Games which avoid a clash with the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics have been confirmed.
A new date of June in 2022 has been proposed for the Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) following the decision to move it due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new date for the Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) still has to be identfied as uncertainty over the event continues because of COVID-19.
Next year’s Pacific Mini Games looks set to be postponed until December 2021 to avoid clashing with the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Pacific Games Council President Vidhya Lakhan has warned the number of participants for the 2021 Pacific Mini Games could be "much lower" due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Northern Mariana Islands are planning for the 2021 Pacific Mini Games to take place in May or June next year as originally planned, according to Pacific Games Council (PGC) President Vidhya Lakhan.
The Pacific Games Council has requested that the dates for the 2021 Pacific Mini Games are reviewed following the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by a year.
Tennis and weightlifting could feature at next year's Pacific Mini Games at the request of the hosts.
Six sports will feature on a scaled down programme at the 2021 Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Mariana Islands, which is seeking to recover from the impact of Super Typhoon Yutu last year.
Palau have been awarded the 2025 Pacific Mini Games, it was announced here today.