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Samoa limps into World Cup with narrow win over Germany

Samoa limps into World Cup with narrow win over Germany

16/07/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 27291922
American Samoa draws with Tonga 2-2, takes on Samoa next

American Samoa draws with Tonga 2-2, takes on Samoa next

15/07/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 27282704
TEAM CELEBRATES
Fusi Malani
Milo and Gabriel celebrate
Peni in action
Peter Lauvao in action
Vaha in action
Valaauina Vaieli in action
American Samoa U16 team

Veitongo, TONGA —American Samoa drew 2-2 with Tonga in their first game of the OFC U16 Championship Qualifiers at Loto-Tonga Center in Veitongo, Tonga on Saturday, July 14, 2018.



http://www.samoanews.com/sports/american-samoa-draws-tonga-2-2
Indiana U lands tackle Sio Nofoagatoto'a

Indiana U lands tackle Sio Nofoagatoto'a

10/07/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 27229466
Three-star defensive tackle Sio Nofoagatoto'a

Bloomington, INDIANA — Tom Allen and the Indiana football staff closed out a strong month of June by securing the services of three-star defensive tackle Sio Nofoagatoto'a.



http://www.samoanews.com/sports/indiana-u-lands-tackle-sio-nofoagatotoa
American Samoa represented at Football For Hope Festival Russia

American Samoa represented at Football For Hope Festival Russia

03/07/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 27156678
American Samoa young athletes at the Football For Hope Festival in Russia, Moscow (from l—r) Gabriel Taumua, Chris Faamoana, Susan Godinet and Seirosa Tuaua

Moscow, RUSSIA — American Samoa’s contingent to the Football For Hope Festival in Moscow, Russia, are enjoying the time of their lives, and making a lifetime of memories in the process.



http://www.samoanews.com/sports/american-samoa-represented-football-hope-festival-russia
American Samoa boxer Falaniko Tauta qualifies for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games

American Samoa boxer Falaniko Tauta qualifies for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games

26/06/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 27092039
Two local fighters representing American Samoa during the 2018 Oceania Youth Boxing Championships, which was also a Qualifier Championship for the Youth Olympics Games in Argentina this year, Falaniko Tauta and Jolando Taalo, posing with the American Samoa flag.

The American Samoa Amateur Boxing Association (ASABA) is sharing some good news for the community, after one of the two local boxers who competed in the 2018 Oceania Youth Boxing Championships in Samoa two weeks ago qualified for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, October 6-18. The Samoa Oceania championship was also a Qualifier Competition.

ASABA vice president Okesene Malala who took the two fighters to Apia also received a Two-Star Coaching Certificate from the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) two weeks ago. He is the first American Samoan to receive such a certificate. American Samoa amateur Falaniko Tauta qualified for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games after an outstanding performance in Samoa where two of our local fighters, Tauta and Jolando Taaalo too part in the competition.



http://www.samoanews.com/sports/american-samoa-boxer-falaniko-tauta-qualifies-2018-youth-olympic-games
Local boxer Falaniko Tauta qualifies for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Local boxer Falaniko Tauta qualifies for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games

26/06/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 27091372
Two local fighters representing American Samoa during the 2018 Oceania Youth Boxing Championships, which was also a Qualifier Championship for the Youth Olympics Games in Argentina this year, Falaniko Tauta and Jolando Taalo, posing with the American Samoa flag.

The American Samoa Amateur Boxing Association (ASABA) is sharing some good news for the community, after one of the two local boxers who competed in the 2018 Oceania Youth Boxing Championships in Samoa two weeks ago qualified for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, October 6-18. The Samoa Oceania championship was also a Qualifier Competition.

ASABA vice president Okesene Malala who took the two fighters to Apia also received a Two-Star Coaching Certificate from the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) two weeks ago. He is the first American Samoan to receive such a certificate. American Samoa amateur Falaniko Tauta qualified for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games after an outstanding performance in Samoa where two of our local fighters, Tauta and Jolando Taaalo too part in the competition.



http://www.samoanews.com/sports/local-boxer-falaniko-tauta-qualifies-2018-youth-olympic-games
Johnica Collins flies American Samoa’s flag at FIFA World Cup

Johnica Collins flies American Samoa’s flag at FIFA World Cup

17/06/2018, Samoa, Multi Sports, Samoa News (Publication), Article # 26985891

Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Johnica Collins of Pago Pago, American Samoa will carry the territory’s flag at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia opening ceremony in Moscow, Russia.



http://www.samoanews.com/sports/johnica-collins-fly-american-samoas-flag