Our Story

Cook Islands Sports has a rich history dating back to 1943 when it was founded as the Rarotonga Sports Association. In 1960, the organization evolved into the Cook Islands Sports Association.

Today, CISNOC serves as the governing body for sports in the Cook Islands. It is responsible for the coordination and management of all Cook Islands teams participating in the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, and Pacific Games.

Our Vision

we are committed to achieving excellence by setting the highest standards in sports training and competition. We uphold integrity, ensuring fair play, honesty, and respect in every aspect of our work. Our dedication to inclusivity and community ensures that all Cook Islanders have the opportunity to participate in and benefit from the unifying power of sports.

Members of the Board

Hugh Graham

Senior Vice president
Romani Katoa
Unakea Kauai OBE
Vice President
Mark Short
Vice president
Simiona Teiotu
Vice President
Dr Teariki Puni
Vice President
Clee Marsters
Vice President
Daphne Hosking-Brown
Athletes Commission Representative
Luisa Peters