Crown Prince & Princess supports Tonga at London Olympics

Tuesday, 14 August 2012 10:06 ROYALTY/NOBILITY - Royalty
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14 August 2012 Tonga is one of the 17 Padific Island nations represented at the 2012 Olympic Game held in London, England this year.

Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Tupouto'a 'Ulukalala and Crown Princess Sinaitakala Tuku'aho were His Majesty King Tupou VI's representative at the Olympic, who offered support to Tonga's National Olympian team.

The Closing Ceremony for the Olympics was held at the m on Augsut 13. Hundreds of thousands of people bid farewell to the 2012 Olympics as three nations, China, USA and Great Britain who tops the medal charts pays tribute to the conclusion of a 16 day successful Game.

Tonga's hope for the 2012 Olympics

The Oceanic island nation of Tonga is competing at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, United Kingdom from July 27 - August 12, 2012

Tonga is one of 17 countries from the Pacific represented at the 2012 Olympics. Tonga's team is made up of three athelics, 'Amini Fonua (swimming), 'Ana Pou'uhila (athletics) and Joseph Andy Lui (athletics)

Results table:

Joseph Andy Lui -

Completed in August 4  in Men's 100m preliminaries, Heat 1 and ranked 4 with 11.17  (mark)

Amini Fonua -

Compted on July 28 in Men's 100m Breaststroke Heats, Heat 1 and ranked 1 at 1:03.65(mark)

'Ana Pou'ulhila

Competed on 6 August in Women's Shot Put Qualification, Group 2 and ranked 14 with 15.80 m (mark)

Royal Representatives

Their Royal Highnesses were amongst the list of high profile dignitaries who attended the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games at Wembley Stadium, East London on August 22.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 August 2012 12:30 )