2019 Oceania Athletics Championships

The 2019 Oceania Athletics Championships were held in Townsville, Australia between June 25–28, 2019.[1] The event was held jointly with the Oceania under 18 and under 20 championships, including exhibition events for masters and for athletes with disabilities (parasports).

2019 Oceania Athletics Championships
DatesJune 25 – 28
Host cityTownsville, Australia Australia
VenueTownsville Sports Reserve
LevelSenior
Events60
Participation~700 athletes from
22 nations
2017

TimetableEdit

Participating teamsEdit

A total of 19 teams participated in the senior championships. There were 18 nations with 1 regional team from Australia. The regional Australian team (RAT) competed separately and not as Australia.[2]

Medal tableEdit

This is an unofficial medal tally of the 2019 championships. The official table can be found on the Oceania Athletics Association website.

  *   Host nation (Australia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Australia*444022106
2  New Zealand12121640
3  Papua New Guinea22711
4  Samoa1012
5 /  Northern Australia0235
6  Fiji0202
7  Guam0011
  Tonga0011
  Wallis and Futuna0011
Totals (9 nations)595852169

Updated: 28 June, 2019

Event summaryEdit

Complete results can be found on the Oceania Athletics Association webpage.[3]

Note: Athletes in italics competed as guests.

MenEdit

Track eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Edward Osei-Nketia
  New Zealand
10.34 Jake Doran
  Australia
10.39 Jack Hale
  Australia
10.51
200 metres Jeremy Dodson
  Samoa
21.11 Banuve Tabakaucoro
  Fiji
21.15 Alex Hartmann
  Australia
21.17
400 metres Steven Solomon
  Australia
46.12
CR
Tyler Gunn
  Australia
46.51 Alex Beck
  Australia
46.61
800 metres Josh Ralph
  Australia
1:49.34
CR
Mason Cohen
  Australia
1:49.77 Brad Mathas
  New Zealand
1:50.47
1500 metres Matthew Ramsden
  Australia
3:44.41 Rorey Hunter
  Australia
3:44.67 Samuel Tanner
  New Zealand
3:46.30
5000 metres Oli Chignell
  New Zealand
14:07.17
CR
Matthew Baxter
  New Zealand
14:8.87 Andrew Buchanan
  Australia
14:19.53
10,000 metres Harry Summers
  Australia
29:19.99
CR
Jack Rayner
  Australia
29:55.41 Siune Kagl
  Papua New Guinea
32:47.14
10,000 metres race walk Rhydian Cowley
  Australia
41:57.57
CR
Declan Tingay
  Australia
42:42.44
100 metres hurdles Nicholas Hough
  Australia
13.77
CR
Nicholas Andrews
  Australia
13.84 Jacob McCorry
  Australia
14.13
400 metres hurdles Ian Dewhurst
  Australia
50.79 Michael Cochrane
  New Zealand
51.54 Daniel Baul
  Papua New Guinea
52.30
3000 metres steeplechase Ben Buckingham
  Australia
8:41.15 Max Stevens
  Australia
8:43.22 Matthew Clarke
  Australia
8:45.14
4 × 100 metres relay   Australia
Jake Doran
Alex Hartmann
Jack Hale
Zach Holdsworth
39.36   Papua New Guinea
Linus Kuravi
Benjamin Aliel
Manoka John
Michael Penny
41.85   Samoa
Paulo Wallwork-Tuala
Tapasu Paea
Kolone Alefosio
Kelvin Masoe
41.97
4 × 400 metres relay   Australia
Alex Beck
Tyler Gunn
Ian Halpin
Steven Solomon
3:08.67   Papua New Guinea
Emmanuel Wanga
Kaminiel Matlaun
Daniel Baul
Benjamin Aliel
3:13.32   New Zealand
Max Attwell
Luke Mercieca
Samuel Tanner
Joshua Ledger
3:14.33
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Field eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Hamish Kerr
  New Zealand
2.30m
CR, =NR
Brandon Starc
  Australia
2.22m Joel Baden
  Australia
2.14m
Pole vault Angus Armstrong
  Australia
5.40m
CR
Stephen Clough
  Australia
5.30m Nick Southgate
  New Zealand
5.30m
Long jump Henry Smith
  Australia
7.91m
CR
Jordan Peters
  New Zealand
7.61m Christopher Mitrevski
  Australia
7.50m
Triple jump Alwyn Jones
  Australia
15.85m Ayo Ore
  Australia
15.73m Peniel Richard
  Papua New Guinea
15.24m
Shot put Jacko Gill
  New Zealand
20.75m
CR
Damien Birkenhead
  Australia
19.55m Ryan Ballantyne
  New Zealand
19.05m
Discus throw Mitchell Cooper
  Australia
60.25m Alexander Parkinson
  New Zealand
58.32m Marshall Hall
  New Zealand
57.03m
Hammer throw Costa Kousparis
  Australia
66.20m Ned Weatherly
  Australia
65.94m Anthony Nobilo
  New Zealand
64.93m
Javelin throw Nash Lowis
  Australia
79.10m
CR
Liam O'Brien
  Australia
77.32m Alex Wood
  New Zealand
71.44m
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Multi-eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Decathlon Ashley Moloney
  Australia
8,103 points Cedric Dubler
  Australia
8,031 points Kyle Cranston
  Australia
7,702 points
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Para eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Ambulatory Chad Perris (T13)
  Australia
11.18 Scott Reardon (T63/F63)
  Australia
12.98 Mitchell Christiansen
 /  Northern Australia
13.64
200 metres Ambulatory Chad Perris (T13)
  Australia
22.51 Joshua Lush (T20/F20)
  Australia
23.81 Steven Abraham (T46)
  Papua New Guinea
23.91
400 metres Ambulatory James Turner (T36)
  Australia
53.24 Lindsey Hendy (T20)
 /  Northern Australia
53.42 Steven Abraham (T46)
  Papua New Guinea
56.30
Long jump Ambulatory Joshua Lush (T20/F20)
  New Zealand
6.18m Lleyton Lloyd (T20)
  Australia
5.66m Lindsey Hendy (T20)
 /  Northern Australia
5.64m
Shot put Ambulatory Marty Jackson (F38)
  Australia
14.27m Todd Hodgetts (F20)
  Australia
15.43m Ben Tuimaseve (F37)
  New Zealand
12.01m
Javelin Ambulatory Jayden Sawyer (T38/F38)
  Australia
50.57m Inosi Bulimairewa (F63)
  Fiji
49.55m Falemanu Aveuki (T43)
  Wallis and Futuna
44.60m
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

WomenEdit

Track eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Zoe Hobbs
  New Zealand
11.56
CR
Naa Anang
  Australia
11.67 Georgia Hulls
  New Zealand
11.99
200 metres Riley Day
  Australia
23.51 Zoe Hobbs
  New Zealand
23.68 Nana-Adoma Owusu-Afriyie
  Australia
23.86
400 metres Bendere Oboya
  Australia
52.76
CR
Caitlin Jones
  Australia
53.65 Angeline Blackburn
  Australia
55.00
800 metres Catriona Bisset
  Australia
2:02.16
CR
Angela Petty
  New Zealand
2:03.41 Morgan Mitchell
  Australia
2:05.02
1500 metres Georgia Griffith
  Australia
4:12.53
CR
Bernadette Williams
  Australia
4:13.52 Sarah Billings
  Australia
4:16.41
5000 metres Melissa Duncan
  Australia
15:41.44
CR
Paige Campbell
  Australia
15:46.25 Tara Palm
  Australia
16:35.16
10,000 metres Sinead Diver
  Australia
32:25.86 Ellie Pashley
  Australia
32:29.08 Emily Brichacek
  Australia
33:23.45
10,000 metres race walk Jemima Montag
  Australia
43:50.84
CR
Katie Hayward
  Australia
45:35.81
100 metres hurdles Brianna Beahan
  Australia
13.30 Celeste Mucci
  Australia
13.49 Michelle Jenneke
  Australia
13.81
400 metres hurdles Sara Klein
  Australia
56.07 Sarah Carli
  Australia
56.72 Portia Bing
  New Zealand
57.11
3000 metres steeplechase Paige Campbell
  Australia
9:46.40 Georgia Winkcup
  Australia
9:46.51 Stella Radford
  Australia
10:16.50
4 × 100 metres relay   Australia
Nana-Adoma Owusu-Afriyie
Kristie Edwards
Riley Day
Celeste Mucci
44.47   New Zealand
Olivia Eaton
Brooke Somerfield
Georgia Hulls
Natasha Eady
45.19   Papua New Guinea
Adrine Monagi
Toea Wisil
Nancy Malamut
Leonie Beu
47.08
4 × 400 metres relay   Australia
Angeline Blackburn
Caitlin Jones
Ellie Beer
Morgan Mitchell
3:38.86   New Zealand
Stella Pearless
Angela Petty
Katherine Camp
Krystie Solomon
  Papua New Guinea
Leonie Beu
Donna Koniel
Isilia Apkup
Nancy Malamut
3:53.49
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Field eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
High jump Josephine Reeves
  New Zealand
1.86m Alysha Burnett
  Australia
1.86m Hannah Joye
  Australia
1.84m
Pole vault Elizaveta Parnova
  Australia
4.60m Olivia McTaggart
  New Zealand
4.25m Lisa Campbell
  Australia
4.10m
Long jump Rellie Kaputin
  Papua New Guinea
6.50m
CR,NR
Brooke Stratton
  Australia
6.49m Naa Anang
  Australia
6.44m
Triple jump Rellie Kaputin
  Papua New Guinea
13.04m Ellen Pettitt
  Australia
12.94m Aliyah Johnson
  Australia
12.87m
Shot put Maddi Wesche
  New Zealand
18.04m
CR
Victoria Owers
  New Zealand
16.26m 'Ata Maama Tu'utafaiva
  Tonga
16.15m
Discus throw Kimberley Mulhall
  Australia
55.88m Taryn Gollshewsky
  Australia
55.14m Sositina Hakeai
  New Zealand
54.96m
Hammer throw Julia Ratcliffe
  New Zealand
71.39m
CR
Alexandra Hulley
  Australia
65.81m Nicole Bradley
  New Zealand
64.49m
Javelin throw Kelsey-Lee Barber
  Australia
65.61m
CR
Mackenzie Little
  Australia
57.74m Tori Peeters
  New Zealand
51.79m
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Multi-eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Heptathlon Kiara Reddingius
  Australia
5,149 points Chistina Ryan
  New Zealand
4,756 points Only two finishers n/a
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Para eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Ambulatory Alexandria Eves (T36)
  Australia
16.67 Libby Leikis (T37/F37)
  New Zealand
16.61 Karlee Symonds (T11/F11)
  Australia
15.46
200 metres Ambulatory Jessie Venner (T20)
  Australia
29.00 Amelia Mazzei (T20)
  Australia
30.29 Libby Leikis (T37/F37)
  New Zealand
33.90
400 metres Ambulatory Torita Blake (T38)
  Australia
66.64 Amelia Mazzei (T20)
  Australia
68.14 Kayla Collins (T36)
 /  Northern Australia
1:34.52
Long jump Ambulatory Summer Giddings (T35)
  Australia
2.99m Vanessa Low (T61/F61)
  Australia
4.71m
Shot put Ambulatory Lisa Adams (F37)
  New Zealand
15.21m Claire Keefer (F41)
  Australia
8.78m Amy Dunn (T41/F41)
  New Zealand
5.42m
Shot put Secured Jess Gillan (F34)
  New Zealand
7.68m Julie Charlton (T54/F57)
  Australia
5.60m
Javelin Ambulatory Holly Robinson (T47/F46)
  New Zealand
40.78m Samamtha Schmidt (F38)
  Australia
27.86m
Javelin Secured Julie Charlton (T54/F57)
  Australia
12.06m
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

MixedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4 × 400 metres relay   Australia
Rebecca Bennett
Ellie Beer
Tom Willems
Ian Halpin
3:23.56  /  Northern Australia
Jay Stone
Finn O'Keefe
Kayla Montagner
Imogen Dellow
3:50.31   Guam
Maurine De La Paz
Paul Dimalanta
Genina Criss
Christian Ruder
4:02.38

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2019 OAA Championships information, Oceania Athletics Association, retrieved June 20, 2019
  2. ^ Start lists for Oceania Championships 2019, Oceania Athletics Association, retrieved June 24, 2019
  3. ^ 2019 OAA Championships daily results, Oceania Athletics Association, retrieved June 25, 2019