Fijian friendship fuels powerhouse para-athletics performances
One suffered such horrific injuries he should never have survived.
The other was too shy to come to training.
But Fiji's new para-athletic aces have found strength in unity and are now aiming for the stars.
Prosperous partnership promotes ping pong player to proud Para-athlete
Table tennis, or ping pong as he once knew it, was a game of hit and giggle for Siaosi Vaka, before a life-changing accident and an unlikely mentor made table tennis his passion, and his pathway.
Not an easy choice to make at ten years old - the story of Reuben
Reuben is the seventh of 11 siblings, none of whom previously completed their education. He decided then, after much heartache, to leave his family behind. Although he was only ten, he somehow understood the significance of the decision he had to make.
Defeating a dire diagnosis – Supercoach’s epic victory
As we mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities, "Supercoach" Jonathan Ila has shaken off a dire diagnosis to lead his nation on the world stage and become both an icon of Australian football in PNG and a celebrated champion of success despite Multiple Sclerosis.
Max Rollason – A success story
Max Rollason, 18, from Redditch in the UK applied to volunteer with Bhubesi Pride Foundation (BPF/the Pride) in 2017. He was successfully selected to join the Pride for three months in Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Malawi.
Soccer tackling PNG violence across gender and generations
Papua New Guinea is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a woman, but the level playing field of sport offers a rare atmosphere of equality and football, known colloquially as soccer, is at the forefront of a multi-generational anti-violence campaign.