The nine remaining sports at the Pacific Games in Port Moresby wrap up today with medals up for grabs in the half marathon, netball, beach volleyball, hockey, volleyball, golf, lawn bowls, boxing and taekwondo.
The Games wrap up with the closing ceremony tonight at 8pm local time.
Papua New Guinea still leads on the medals table with a tatol of 190 medals - 73 of those are gold. New Caledonia is second on the table with 156 medals followed by Tahiti with 98 medals.
Meanwhile, the Pacific Games Council says Vanuatu and Tonga will find it hard to live up to the standard of venues set by Papua New Guinea when they host the next two games.
The Port Moresby venues, especially the newly renovated Sir John Guise Stadium and the Taurama Aquatic centre, have been praised by both athletes and officials.
The council's executive director, Andrew Minogue, says it's unlikely the 2017 and 2019 games will be as lavish.
"The venues here are fantastic - they're at a very very high international standard - certainly at a higher standard than we've had at previous Pacific Games. We're speaking to Tonga and I think we all understand that when they deliver the Games in four years time - or any other host for that matter in the future - that in terms of the venues, at least, the standards here are not to be necessarily replicated".
Andrew Minogue says he understands Papua New Guinea has ambitions to host other major international events in the future.