Solomon Islands at the 2011 Pacific Games

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Solomon Islands competed at the 2011 Pacific Games in Nouméa, New Caledonia between August 27 and September 10, 2011. As of June 28, 2011 Solomon Islands has listed 248 competitors.[1]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 8 athletes.[2]

Men
  • Casper Mabe
  • Masick Tena
  • Chris Votu
Women
  • Hilda Alavani
  • Betty Babalu
  • Sharon Firisua
  • Hilda Mabe
  • Dianah Matekali

Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified a men's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 athletes[3]

Men
  • Alexander Mataki McFaden
  • Allen Wanefai
  • Brian Fatai
  • David Kivo
  • Gavin Basiori Bare
  • Goldie Franklyn Kari
  • Hilton Maetarau Gwali
  • Philip Tuhaika
  • Samuel Gwali
  • Timirthy Tigs Goulolo
  • Uriel Lakani Matanani
  • Waige Turueke

Bodybuilding pictogram.svg Bodybuilding[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 7 athletes.[4]

Men
  • Amos Sui
  • John Medo
  • Godwin Rikimae
  • John Paul - Bronze medal icon.svg -70 kg
  • Philip Lawumane
  • David Tom Dan
  • Emilio Keniroko

Boxing pictogram.svg Boxing[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 5 athletes.[5]

Men
  • Paul Kava - Bronze medal icon.svg -49 kg
  • Alosio Arabatu - Bronze medal icon.svg -52 kg
  • Teloave Benedict
  • James Tekoa Teube
  • John Kaloka

Football pictogram.svg Football[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified a men's and women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 21 athletes.[6][7]

Men - Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament

  • Shadrack Ramoni
  • Hardies Aengari
  • Timothy Joe
  • Tome Faisi
  • Samson Takayama
  • Nelson Sale
  • Michael Fifi
  • George Suri
  • Benjamin Totori
  • Joe Lui
  • Ian Paia
  • Joe Manu
  • Mostyn Beui
  • Jeffery Bule
  • Seni Ngava
  • James Naka
  • Abraham Iniga
  • Henry Fa'arodo
  • Joses Nawo
  • Dida Qwaina
Women
  • Betty Sade
  • Rose Gwali
  • Margaret Belo
  • Brenda Masae
  • Audrey Galo
  • Mesalyn Saepio
  • Alice Olomane
  • Ileen Pegi
  • Berry Maenu'u
  • Prudence Fula
  • Laydah Samani
  • Ella Misibini
  • Cathy Aihunu
  • Belinda Susana
  • Mary Maefiti
  • Everlyn Asibara
  • Vanessa Inifiri
  • Sally Saeni
  • Crystal Bwakolo
  • Geli Annie

Golf pictogram.svg Golf[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 6 athletes.[8]

Men
  • Thomas Felani
  • Ben Felani
  • George Rukako
Women
  • Luisa Balekana
  • Everlyn Maelasi
  • Norma Jans Woperes

Judo pictogram.svg Judo[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 8 athletes.[9]

Men
  • Fred Kabolo
  • Tony Tome
  • Selson John Kabolo
  • Tony Lomo
  • Jackson Junior Lui
  • Abraham Morgan
  • Kinsley Vui
  • Mauatu Teulilake Samasoni

Karate pictogram.svg Karate[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 6 athletes.[10]

Men
  • Frengy Bisoka
  • Ron Maefasia Uate'e - Bronze medal icon.svg 84 kg and Over
  • Selwyn Kuru - Bronze medal icon.svg Open
  • Christian Kabei
  • Christopher Ariatewa
Women
  • Janet Lydia Gwai - Bronze medal icon.svg -68 kg

Rugby union pictogram.svg Rugby Sevens[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified a men's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 athletes.[11]

Men
  • Robert Boss
  • Roman Tongaka
  • Jeffery Ma'Ungatu'u
  • Stewart Ba'Iabe
  • Eugene Taimagino
  • Leslie Ngiumoana Puia
  • Cameron Suamoana
  • Steve Tepuke Moana
  • Felix Galo Solomon
  • Jonathan Maitaki Kaitu'u
  • Vivi Frank Kelesi
  • Baptist Ephrem Kelesi

Table tennis pictogram.svg Table Tennis[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 3 athletes.[12]

Men
  • Rob Dorovolomo
  • Gary Nuopula
  • Jeremy Dorovolomo

Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 9 athletes.[13]

Men
  • Clody Winston Poko - Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Derick Afu - Bronze medal icon.svg -63 kg, Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Samson Kwalea - Bronze medal icon.svg -74 kg, Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Clyde Sade Rika - Bronze medal icon.svg -87 kg
  • Maetia Junior
  • Wilson Saii - Bronze medal icon.svg -68 kg
  • David Sulumae - Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
Women
  • Mavete Mase - Bronze medal icon.svg -58 kg
  • Emily Magaret Kwoaetolo

Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 4 athletes.[14]

Men
  • Luke Paeni
  • Michael Patrick Leong - Bronze medal icon.svg Single Tournament
  • Samuel Tesimu
Women
  • Amanda Korinnihona

Triathlon pictogram.svg Triathlon[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 3 athletes.[15]

Men
  • Leban Lokata
  • Stanley Ofasisili
  • Alphones Waletitike

Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg Volleyball[edit]

Beach Volleyball[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified a men's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 2 members.[16]

Men
  • John Kaitu Sione
  • James Waneasi

Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting[edit]

Solomon Islands has qualified 6 athletes.[17]

Men
  • Ramoaka Brown
  • David Gorosi
  • Ilaniume Finau
Women
  • Kalibiu Arina
  • Jenly Tegu Wini - Silver medal icon.svg -58 kg Clean & Jerk, Silver medal icon.svg -58 kg Snatch, Silver medal icon.svg -58 kg Total
  • Diana Waikori

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