2027 Pacific Games Tahiti [50m], July 24 to August 7, 2027

The XVIII Pacific Games (Pirae 2027) will be held in Pirae, Tahiti from July 24 to August 7, 2027.

Only those athletes who achieve the qualifying times in the events set out below are eligible for consideration to attend the Games. All times must be achieved within the qualifying period of December 1, 2025 to March 30, 2027 at a GSF or GNOC-sanctioned event. Times achieved outside of the qualifying period will not be accepted.

Download qualifying times

2023 Pacific Games Solomon Islands Results

Only entry times from events with distances of 100 meters or more shall be accepted for qualification purposes. Fifty meter (50m) distance events will be allowed at the competition.

Athletes who equal or better the posted QT in one or more events are preliminarily qualified for consideration to participate in the Pacific Games, provided that all other qualification and eligibility requirements are met. This includes (but is not limited to), the athlete’s rank & times, technical skill, age, maturity, fitness, residency, citizenship, ethics, and behavior.

Athletes entered in individual events can be used in relays, even if they have not achieved the QT for the corresponding stroke and distance of the relay in which they are entered.

No one has the right or entitlement to participate in the competition. At all times, the final selection of athletes and officials to the team, including event entries, is subject to the discretion of Guam Aquatics, the Guam National Olympic Committee, and/or the relevant organizing committee.


*If no 50-meter times are available, 25-meter times may be submitted to GSF for conversion and possible consideration.

**Qualifying time standards for the Pacific Games, the Micronesian Games, and other GNOC-sanctioned events are guided by the 1991 order of the GNOC Executive Board that qualification to participate shall be minimally based on the times of the third (3rd) place finishers in the “A” finals for each event as achieved during the last edition of the relevant Games, which was the 2023 Solomon Islands. Subject to GNOC’s approval, the GSF may allow for minimum QTs equal to the time achieved by the last place finisher in the “A” finals for each event, which is typically the 6th or 8th place depending on the competition.