Team Tonga break the mold as three pairs make the Quarter-Finals – Samoa 2019 Pacific Game

Team Tonga are thriving in the Pacific badminton scene as their national federation grows stronger and their coaches become more competent. The Pacific Sports Partnership (PSP) also plays a significant role in Tonga’s development, helping to turn the BWF Shuttle Time initiative into a reality for many youngsters across the country, while supporting talented players…

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Top seeds dominate assert their dominance while tournament debutantes make their mark: Day one highlights – Samoa 2019 Pacific Games

Photo credit Games News Service – Therese Rivers Fiji, Tahiti and New Caledonia opened with a dominant performance on day one of the Mixed Team event. Check out all the highlights from day one at the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games badminton Mixed Team event. MORNING SESSION Tahiti and Fiji celebrated with a whitewash victory while…

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Wendy Chen prepares in Bangalore’s Sporting Excellence Centre as Oceania players get ready for the 2019 YONEX Canada Open.

Oceania’s reigning Women’s Singles champion has been preparing for an upcoming month of intense competition in India. Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen is looking to qualify for her second Olympics Games after competing in Rio 2016. The singles specialist is competing in the 2019 YONEX Canada Open and US Open over the next month and is balancing…

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