Guam’s History of Participation

Pacific Games (formerly South Pacific Games)

Guam has been an active participant and enthusiastic supporter of the South Pacific Games since it was first held in Fiji during 1963.

Guam has attended every Games since 1966 where it took a bronze medal in men’s basketball. Basketball have won a medal in 8 of 11 SPG Tournaments attended, which is an outstanding achievement in a team sport.

Guam successfully hosted the 1975 and the 1999 South Pacific Games.  GNOC President Ricardo C. Blas held the Presidency of the South Pacific Games Council from 1999 – 2003.

The majority of medals won by Guam have come from the sport of swimming, with around 33% of the medals.

Judo, Athletics and Tennis have contributed strongly over the years to Guam’s overall medal winners at South Pacific Games. You can find out who won our medals at South Pacific Games and Pacific Games in the Guam Heroes Medalists Section of this Web Site.

You can find out more about the Pacific Games and the South Pacific Games on the South Pacific Games Web Site which you can find by clicking on the Logo on the top right of www.oceaniasport.com.

 

Medals won by Guam at the Pacific Games (formerly South Pacific Games) by Hosting Year

YearGoldSilverBonzeTotal
2019310619
201533713
201116411
20071269
200366618
199914312671
19957102441
199110111334
1987191323
19833216
1979117927
197535513
197133814
19691326
19660011
TOTAL67108131306

Medals won by Guam at the Pacific Games (formerly South Pacific Games) by Sport

Sport    
  Gold    Silver BronzeTotal
Swimming18322575
Judo781227
Bodybuilding75214
Athletics6121432
Basketball56314
Wrestling55414
Taekwondo37717
Softball3429
Sailing33713
Karate25916
Golf23611
Baseball2103
Table Tennis2024
Tennis14611
Triathlon1157
Boxing0369
Weightlifting08715
Surfing0145
Archery0033
Cycling0022
Shooting0022
Va'a (Canoe)0011
Football0011
Total67108131306

 

Medals won by Guam at the Pacific Mini Games (formerly South Pacific Mini Games)

 

YearLocationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2017Vanuatu0112
2013Walis and Fatuna0022
2009Cook Islands84012
2005Palau2125
2001Norfolk Island0000
1997American Samoa2226
1993Vanuatu0101
1989Tonga1146
1985Cook Islandsdnpdnpdnpdnp
1981Solomon Islands0000
TOTAL13101134