Vanuatu at the 2011 Pacific Games

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Vanuatu competed at the 2011 Pacific Games in Nouméa, New Caledonia between August 27 and September 10, 2011. As of June 28, 2011 Vanuatu has listed 244 competitors.[1]

Archery pictogram.svg Archery[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 3 athletes.[2]

Men
  • William Lago
  • Andrew Joe
  • Maxon Seru Sam

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 14 athletes.[3]

Men
  • Kepsen Abraham
  • David Benjimen - Bronze medal icon.svg 4x400m Relay
  • Kolson Buletare
  • Tony Ialu
  • Moses Kamut - Bronze medal icon.svg 4x400m Relay
  • Abraham Kepsen
  • Jerry Lauto
  • George Vin Molisingi
  • Philip Nausien
  • Jimmy Kasile Nocklam - Bronze medal icon.svg 4x400m Relay
  • Keven Paul
  • Arnold Mol Sorina - Silver medal icon.svg 800m, Bronze medal icon.svg 4x400m Relay
Women
  • Daphne Nalawas
  • Susan Tama

Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified a women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 athletes[4]

Women
  • Leimalu Irene William
  • Lola Izono
  • Maleu Mary Aaron
  • Marie Kelsie Java
  • Meriam Simbolo
  • Nancy Patterson
  • Roselyn Francoise Willy
  • Ruth Daniel
  • Susie Taonaru Waroka
  • Vanessa Willy

Boxing pictogram.svg Boxing[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 6 athletes.[5]

Men
  • Jean Leonce Nauka - Silver medal icon.svg -49kg
  • Jules Duvu
  • Daniel Iata - Bronze medal icon.svg -60kg
  • Ruatu Sapa
  • Fred Moia - Bronze medal icon.svg -69kg
  • Daniel Ionum

Cricket pictogram.svg Cricket[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified a team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 15 athletes.[6]

Men - Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament

  • Andrew Mansale
  • Trevor Langa
  • Simpson Hopeman Obed
  • Damian Smith
  • Lenica Natapei
  • Patrick Matautaava
  • Kenny Tari
  • Jelany Chilia
  • Niko Georges Unavalu
  • Eddie Mansale
  • Jaxies Samuel
  • Nalin Nipiko
  • Johnniel Willy Ateou
  • Samson Kalworai
  • Shem Sala

Football pictogram.svg Football[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified a men's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 21 athletes.[7]

Men
  • Enest Bong
  • Alphonse Bongnaim
  • Selwyn Sese Ala
  • Rexley Tarivuti
  • Georges Tabe
  • Kensi Tangis
  • Jean Robert Yelou
  • Seimata Chilia
  • Robert Tasso
  • Richard Garae
  • Michell Kaltak
  • Eddison Stephen
  • Filiamy Nikiau
  • Andrew Chichirua
  • Daniel Michel
  • Chikau Mansale
  • Ivong Wilson
  • Daniel Natou
  • Ricky Tari
  • Lucien Hinge
  • Brian Kaltack
  • Jean Kaltak

Judo pictogram.svg Judo[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 10 athletes.[8]

Men
  • Tom Willie
  • Joe Mahit
  • Loic Rudolph Kasten
  • Pierre Raymond Bourdet
  • Richard Billy
  • Marceau Rouvoune
  • Nicolas Monvoisin
  • Nazario Martin Fiakaifonu
Women
  • Veronica Tari
  • Amata Sialehifoga Fiakaifonu

Karate pictogram.svg Karate[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 9 athletes.[9]

Men
  • Tumu Lango
  • Petelo Perkon Peato
  • Arnold Peato Lasalo - Bronze medal icon.svg -75kg
  • Benjie Wotu
  • Stephen Tarip Manaruru - Silver medal icon.svg -60kg
  • Trevor Naieu
  • Johnny Rosses Laau
  • Yves Louis
Women
  • Vamule Vassy Mata Lango

Rugby union pictogram.svg Rugby Sevens[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified a men's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 athletes.[10]

Men
  • Claude Raymond
  • Koko Kalsal
  • Toara Dick Toara
  • Waute Chichirua
  • Andro Kalpukai
  • Antoine Sablan
  • Jeffrey Saurei
  • Steven Jacob Shem
  • James Kalsal
  • Omari Kalmet Kakokoto
  • Bill Vanu
  • Tonny Lui

Squash pictogram.svg Squash[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 4 athletes.[11]

Men
  • Yannick Jacobe
  • Pierre Henri Brunet
  • Kristian Henri Russet
  • Julien Rodolphe Lenglet

Surfing pictogram.svg Surfing[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 2 athletes.[12]

Men
  • Benjamin Thomas Johnson
  • Roger Abel Kalotiti

Table tennis pictogram.svg Table Tennis[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 9 athletes.[13]

Men
  • Randy Benjamin
  • Yoshua Jordan Shing - Silver medal icon.svg Mixed Double Tournament
  • Samuel Saul
  • Ham Frexly Lulu
Women
  • Anolyn Flyn Lulu - Silver medal icon.svg Mixed Double Tournament, Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Stephanie Qwea - Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Tracey Lorette Mawa - Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Pareina Doralyne Matariki - Bronze medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Wai Yein Put

Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 6 athletes.[14]

Men
  • Paul Gibson Massing
  • Tari Terry
  • Hoems Kalfau
  • Holmes Kalotrip - Silver medal icon.svg 87kg & Over
  • Bruce Jonathan
  • Joseph Mackie

Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified 7 athletes.[15]

Men
  • Aymeric Mara - Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Cyril Jacobe - Silver medal icon.svg Single Tournament, Silver medal icon.svg Double Tournament, Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Jerome Rovo - Silver medal icon.svg Double Tournament, Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Gregory Jacobe - Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament
  • Lorenzo Pineda - Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament
Women
  • Lorraine Banimataku
  • Marie Hyacinthe Liwuslili

Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg Volleyball[edit]

Beach Volleyball[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified a men's and women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 2 members.[16]

Men
  • Rio Lesines
  • Pierrick Lesines

Women - Gold medal icon.svg Team Tournament

  • Miller Elwin
  • Linline Matauatu

Indoor Volleyball[edit]

Vanuatu has qualified a women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 members.[17]

Women
  • Serah Toto
  • Belinda Rarangi
  • Ruth Napuati
  • Lindie Tralikon
  • Joyce Joshua
  • Leeslyn Ler
  • Kavila Kalret
  • Leses Lyn Hilialong
  • Nairine Alavanua
  • Dolcy Melanie Kamasteia
  • Madeleine Natonga
  • Elina Meltenecknein

References[edit]