NBC has apologized to South Koreans for an on-air remark by an analyst that cited Japan as an example that has been important to the country's own transformation.
Mike Testwuide is playing at the Olympics for a country he couldn't find on a map. As a kid in Vail, Colorado, Testwuide dreamed of playing college hockey and reaching the NHL.
An all-orange medal podium isn't really that surprising at the Olympic speedskating oval anymore. After all, the Dutch had four sweeps at the Sochi Games four years ago.
Folks who only tune in to Alpine skiing every four years, when the Olympics roll around, are probably familiar with past gold medalists such as Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin.
Pita Taufatofua has shown once again he's willing to give the shirt off his back for Tonga in Olympic conditions, whether it be sun, snow or shine.
Cyclone Gita has forced the Executive of the Marist Sports Club to make a number of changes to the Marist Sports Week programme. The announcement was made by the President of the Club, Faimalomatumua Mathew Lemisio, following an Executive Meeting today.
Putting together a mix team of boys and girls may not be an easy task, but through building trust and drive to play together can produce a formidable unit. These were key factors behind the “Tau Tag Dis” team who came second in last weekend’s first Samoa Tag Inc tournament held at the Marist Brother’s Mulivai School.
The Samoa Tag (Rugby) Incorporated (S.T.I.) hosted its first ever Tag Tournament in Samoa at the Marist Grounds Mulivai last week Saturday. It was an event filled with great excitement and frolicsome atmosphere for the teams who participated.
As we approach the beginning of another new year, Netball Samoa continues to be passionate about providing as many opportunities, to as many people as possible; to enjoy the game we love.
Sports teams gearing up for an exciting Marist Sports Week Festival ahead got a chance to stretch their legs and test out their combinations during a Rugby League 9’s and Touch Rugby one day tournament during the weekend.
The Bodybuilding Federation of Samoa is on a roll with a competition in American Samoa to continue the momentum. President and Coach, Benjamin Tamanikaiyaroi, says the main focus of this trip is to establish a relationship with their brothers and sisters in American Samoa.
It’s that time of the year again. For members of the Samoa’s outrigger canoeing fraternity, it’s time to shed the holiday excess and get back on the water for another year of paddling.
It was the end of year result that any sports organisation can dream of. This was a culmination of endless training, commitment, effort, passion, endurance and love for the game and the country they represent.
The Samoa Tag Rugby Federation is set to host its first tournament in Samoa on Saturday, February 3, at the Marist Brothers Mulivai grounds. Tag rugby is a newly-introduced sport in Samoa which was launched in November last year.
Six weightlifters, including the President and Coach of the Samoa Weightlifting Federation, Tuaopepe Jerry Wallwork, are in Noumea, New Caledonia, for a week-long training camp. This camp is fully funded by the International Weightlifting Federation.
Flyhalf Dan Biggar's first rugby action in five weeks will be for Wales against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday. Wales coach Warren Gatland believes he's ready.
The Samoa Amateur Boxing Association has named Team Samoa for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, Australia. The Fight for Marist last week was one of the final trials.
An estimated 2 million people celebrating the Philadelphia Eagles' long-awaited first Super Bowl win will descend on the city Thursday as the Vince Lombardi trophy is paraded through five miles of jubilant fans.
With one quarter remaining, Eagles players on the field and sideline already were dancing.
Former NBA forward Rasual Butler and his wife were killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash in Los Angeles early Wednesday.
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