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Oceania Junior Athletics Championships

The Oceania Junior Athletics Championships is an athletics event organized by the Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) open for junior (U20) athletes from member and associate member associations. The competition is held biennially together with the Oceania Open Championships for the first time in 1994 until 1998, and again since 2010. In 2012, the new regional "East–West" format was applied with Medals now being awarded for athletes from both the Eastern and the Western Region by separating the results correspondingly. [1][2][3][4]

Contents

EditionsEdit

Number Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Events
No. of
Athletes
1 1994 Auckland   New Zealand February 23–26 34 143
2 1996 Townsville   Australia November 28–30 35 112
3 1998 Nuku'alofa   Tonga August 27–28 Teufaiva Stadium 37 124
4 2010 Cairns   Australia September 23–25 Barlow Park 33 113
5 2012 Cairns   Australia June 27–29 Barlow Park 35 138
6 2014 Rarotonga   Cook Islands June 24-26 BCI Stadium 41 140
7 2017 Suva   Fiji 28 June - 1 July National Stadium

RecordsEdit

The list of records was compiled from various sources.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12]

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Notes
100 m 10.50 (+0.9 m/s) Wagui Amau   Australia 28 November 1996 1996 Championships   Townsville, Australia
200 m 21.41 (+1.7 m/s) Nicholas Bate   Australia June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
400 m 47.67 Batinisavu Uluiyata   Fiji June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
800 m 1:52.92 Adrien Kela  /  New Caledonia September 2010 2010 Championships   Cairns, Australia
1500 m 4:02.09 Nick Burrow   New Zealand 26 November 1996 1996 Championships   Townsville, Australia
5000 m 14:51.31 Duncan Ross   New Zealand 26 February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
10000 m 34:02.75 Matthew Dryden   New Zealand June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
110 m hurdles
(99/100 cm)
14.74 (-2.0 m/s) Larry Sulunga   Tonga June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [13]
400 m hurdles 53.69 Zion Armstrong   New Zealand 23 February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
3000 m steeplechase 9:53.84 Matthew Gluyas   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [14]
High jump 2.15 m Glen Howard   New Zealand 25 February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
Pole vault 3.80 m Alani Hakalo   Tonga February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
Long jump 7.21 m (-1.0 m/s) Nicholas van Gelder   Australia June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Triple jump 14.98 m (+1.8 m/s) Phillip Wyatt   New Zealand June 2012 2012 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Shot put
(6 kg)
17.23 m Raiarii Thompson   French Polynesia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [15]
Discus throw
(1.75 kg)
52.90 m Nathaniel Sulupo   Samoa June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [16]
Hammer throw 59.76 m Alex Fafeita   New Zealand 29 June 2012 2012 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Javelin throw 66.55 m Calum Dean   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [17]
Octathlon 5282 pts Max Attwell   New Zealand June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
11.37 (+1.0 m/s) (100 m), 6.04m (+2.4 m/s) (long jump), 9.94m (shot put), 50.86 (400 m)/ 17.47 (+0.9 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 1.99m (high jump), 38.81m (javelin), 2:41.70 (1000 m)
Decathlon 6485 pts Felix McDonald   New Zealand June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [18]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
11.37 (NWI) 7.16 m (NWI) 10.20 m 1.77 m 51.37 15.27 (NWI) 32.89 m 3.20 m 52.69 m 4:48.58
4×100 m relay 42.07   New Zealand 26 February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
4×400 m relay 3:18.53 Joshua Head
Jared Micallef
Benjamin MacKay
Louis Stenmark
  Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [19]

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Notes
100 m 12.19 (-1.1 m/s) Georgia Hulls   New Zealand June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [20]
200 m 23.96 (-0.5 m/s) Jesicca Payne   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [21]
400 m 53.59 Pirrenee Steinert   Australia 23 September 2010 2010 Championships   Cairns, Australia
800 m 2:11.17 Holly Manning   New Zealand June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
1500 m 4:29.97 Georgia Winkcup   Australia June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
5000 m 18:14.88 Shania Murray   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [22]
10000 m 37:54.18 Libby Jacques   Australia June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
100 m hurdles
(76.2 cm)
14.79 (+0.0 m/s) MacKenzie Keenan   New Zealand June 2012 2012 Championships   Cairns, Australia
400 m hurdles 1:00.63 Jarmilla Murphy-Knight   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [23]
3000 m steeplechase 10:37.91 Georgia Winkcup   Australia June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
High jump 1.80 m Carmen Hunter   Australia 23 February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
Vicki Collins   Australia August 1998 1998 Championships   Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Elizabeth Lamb   New Zealand September 2010 2010 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Pole vault 3.40 m Kate Abfalter   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [24]
Long jump 5.98 m (+1.5 m/s) Nadia Smith   New Zealand 26 February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
Triple jump 12.43 m (NWI) Sarah Sydney   Australia 28 August 1998 1998 Championships   Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Shot put 16.34 m Margaret Satupai   Samoa 23 September 2010 2010 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Discus throw 47.76 m Merewarihi Vaka   New Zealand 24 September 2010 2010 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Hammer throw 59.24 m Bronwyn Eagles   Australia 25 September 2010 2010 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Javelin throw 47.38 m (old design) Bina Ramesh   New Caledonia February 1994 1994 Championships   Auckland, New Zealand
45.49 m (new design) Tori Peeters   New Zealand June 2012 2012 Championships   Cairns, Australia
Heptathlon 4877 pts Tiana Morrison   Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [25]
100m H (wind) High jump Shot put 200m (wind) Long jump (wind) Javelin 800m
14.84 (NWI) 1.71 m 10.33 m 26.47 (NWI) 5.49 m (NWI) 33.91 m 2:38.45
5000 m track walk 24:55.14 Jayde Hill   Australia 24 June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands
4×100 m relay 47.67 Grace Brennan
Jessica Payne
Sophie McGovern
Georgie Boal
  Australia June 2017 2017 Championships   Suva, Fiji [26]
4×400 m relay 3:54.91 Maddy Scott
Jessica Haig
Kasey Moore
Grace Victor
  Australia June 2014 2014 Championships   Rarotonga, Cook Islands

ReferencesEdit

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