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First time for Australia at Pacific Games

19 August 2014

TEAM: The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has accepted an invitation to send a Team to compete in the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea.

It will be the first time an Australian Team has taken part in the Games to be held in Port Moresby.

Organisers have asked the AOC to send athletes to compete in Rugby 7’s, Sailing, Taekwondo and Weightlifting.

The size of the inaugural Australian Pacific Games Team will range between 40 and 70 athletes.   

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