Pacific Games

Sport Multiple sports
Competition Category Multi-Sport Games
Years 1963—2019
Editions 16
Competitors 1363
Countries 20

Known as South Pacific Games up to 2007.

Editions

Year Host City Country Held Events Competitors Countries
1963 Suva FIJ 29 August – 8 September 1963 44 99 9
1966 Nouméa NCD 8 – 18 December 1966 50 127 9
1969 Port Moresby PNG 13 – 23 August 1969 53 118 11
1971 Papeete FPN 8 – 19 September 1971 55 111 9
1975 Tumon GUM 1 – 10 August 1975 56 106 9
1979 Suva FIJ 28 August – 8 September 1979 60 119 11
1983 Apia SAM 5 – 16 September 1983 38 81 11
1987 Nouméa NCD 8 – 20 December 1987 63 113 9
1991 Port Moresby PNG 7 – 21 September 1991 73 122 11
1995 Papeete FPN 13 – 27 August 1995 74 131 11
1999 Santa Rita GUM 29 May – 12 June 1999 79 141 14
2003 Suva FIJ 28 June – 12 July 2003 84 150 13
2007 Apia SAM 25 August – 8 September 2007 85 142 11
2011 Nouméa NCD 27 August – 10 September 2011 84 148 9
2015 Port Moresby PNG 4 – 18 July 2015 86 161 12
2019 Apia SAM 7 – 20 July 2019 85 155 13

Medal table

Pos Country 🥇 Gold 🥈 Silver 🥉 Bronze Total
1 New Caledonia NCD 429 308 303 1040
2 Fiji FIJ 195 242 195 632
3 Papua New Guinea PNG 177 212 205 594
4 French Polynesia FPN 150 143 159 452
5 Tonga TGA 29 20 36 85
6 Guam GUM 23 42 39 104
7 Samoa SAM 17 28 30 75
8 Vanuatu VAN 11 19 30 60
9 Wallis and Futuna WAF 8 15 17 40
10 Solomon Islands SOL 7 15 23 45
11 Cook Islands COK 6 7 5 18
12 Nauru NRU 5 3 3 11
13 Australia AUS 5 0 0 5
14 Northern Mariana Islands NMI 3 8 9 20
15 American Samoa ASA 3 3 3 9
16 Norfolk Island NFI 1 2 3 6
17 Gilbert and Ellice Islands GEI 0 1 0 1
= Marshall Islands MHL 0 1 0 1
= Palau PLW 0 1 0 1
20 Federated States of Micronesia FSM 0 0 2 2