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Results for Team Tonga

Monday 2 August 2021

Tokyo, Japan
Tongan swimmer Noelani Day (18) finished seventh in the 50m freestyle, heat 4, on Friday, 30 July, with a time of 29.06 at the Tokyo Olympics. She plans to continue swimming and has her eyes on the Paris Olympics in 2024. By Eleanor Gee
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Saturday 24 July 2021

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
At the opening of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 tonight, flag bearers Pita Taufatofua and Malia Paseka led Tonga's team into the Olympic Stadium wearing traditional costumes. The well-oiled Pita caught the attention of Olympic commentators once again.
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Thursday 29 October 2020

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Team Tonga is showcased in the grand final tonight in Season 2 of the Pacific Island Food Revolution, a regional televised series promoting healthy Pacific cuisine. The team of two Tongan cooks, Tuituiohu Mafi and 'Amelia Asi, competed hard to get to the final with Team Fiji vying for the coveted title.
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Monday 15 October 2018

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tonga’s athletes have finished competing in futsal, swimming, and athletics at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Team Tonga’s Chef de Mission, Inoke Afeaki said the games was a great experience for all the players and staff.
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Tuesday 9 October 2018

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tonga’s futsal team made their debut this morning, 9 October (Tongan time), against a strong Bolivian team going down 7-2 at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Tuesday 25 September 2018

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Twelve Tongan athletes will be competing in athletics, futsal, and swimming, at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 6 - 18 October 2018.
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Saturday 22 July 2017

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Four young athletes are representing Tonga at the Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) that opened on 18 July in the Bahamas. From two sports, boxing and swimming, they are Noelani Day, Finau ‘Ohuafi and Iki Tu’itavake Jr, with a boxer Tu’ihalangingie Vea.
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Saturday 22 July 2017
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
‘Inoke Afeaki (44) former 'Ikale Tahi captain has been recruited as Director of Operations for Team Tonga by the Tonga Sports Association and National Olympic Committee (TASANOC).
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Friday 28 October 2016

Suva, Fiji
Two young Tongan swimmers, Finau ‘Ohuafi (15) and Noelani Day (13) brought home a total of 16 medals between them, including 9 gold and 7 silver after competing in the SC Central Region Age Group Invitational 2016 in Suva, Fiji.
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Tuesday 20 September 2016

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Tonga’s Ana Talakai (31) and Sione Manu (37) achieved their personal bests at the Rio Paralympics in Rio in the Javelin Throw and Shot Put events.
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Wednesday 10 August 2016

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilians have fallen in love with Pita Taufatofua ever since he made his entrance bare chested and glistening with oil at the Rio Olympics opening ceremony as Tonga’s flag bearer last Friday night (Brazilian time). His fans are so smitten with the good looking 32 year old that a facebook page set up in Rio inviting Brazilians to travel to Tonga after the Olympics in support of Pita has gained over 22k followers, the majority women.
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Friday 5 August 2016

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Naturally gifted runner, Siueni Filimone (21), loved music growing up but when his teachers saw his talent on the track, he was chosen year after year to represent his primary and secondary schools at interschool sporting competitions eventually winning his way to representing Tonga at international events and now at Rio Olympics.
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Tuesday 2 August 2016

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Pita Taufatofua, Tonga’s first Olympic Taekwondo athlete, will aim for gold at the Rio Olympics competing in the Men’s +80kg division on Saturday 20 August. A lifetime of pain and struggle was worth every moment to reach the Olympics, says Pita when reflecting on his journey to becoming an Olympian. It cost him six broken bones, three torn ligaments, three months in a wheelchair, a year and a half on crutches and hundreds of hours of physiotherapy, and he has no regrets.
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Wednesday 28 August 2013
London, United Kingdom
The Tongan men’s over-30’s tag rugby team successfully completed a British tour last week, after winning the 2013 London Tag Rugby Championships and defeating Great Britain’s over-30’s men’s tag rugby team in a one-off exhibition match.
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