PNG Sports Minister Accuses FINA Bureau Folk Of ‘Favouritism & Nepotism’ Over Bid

New kid off the blocks - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The Papua New Guinea Minister for Sports has accused members of the Oceania Swimming Association, a body that includes FINA Bureau members Matthew Dunn and Dennis Miller, of ‘favouritism and nepotism’ after Fiji was granted conditional rights to host the 2016 Oceania Swimming Championships

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The Papua New Guinea Minister for Sports has accused members of the Oceania Swimming Association, a body that includes FINA Bureau members Matthew Dunn and Dennis Miller, of ‘favouritism and nepotism’ after Fiji was granted conditional rights to host the 2016 Oceania Swimming Championships

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