2010 Oceania Athletics Championships

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10th Oceania Athletics Championships
2010 Oceania Championships Logo.png
Host city Cairns, Australia
Date(s) 23–25 September
Main stadium Barlow Park
Level Open senior, U20
Type Outdoor
Participation 23 [1] nations
Events 84 (21 men, 21 women for 2 age categories)

The 2010 Oceania Athletics Championships was the 10th edition of the Oceania Athletics Championships, organised under the supervision of the Oceania Athletic Association, in Cairns, Queensland, Australia in September. It was fourth time the championship were held in Australia. Athletes competed at two age categories: Junior (U20) and open senior. Indonesia also competed at the championships as a guest nation. The three-day competition took place from 23 to 25 September.[2]

Medal table[edit]

In medal tabel counted only events with 3 or more participants:

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 12 12 7 31
2  Papua New Guinea 6 6 9 20
3  New Zealand 6 6 4 16
4 New Caledonia/ New Caledonia 2 0 2 4
5  French Polynesia 1 2 2 5
6  Samoa 1 1 1 3
7  Indonesia 1 1 0 2
8  Fiji 1 0 1 2
9  Kiribati 0 1 0 1
10  Vanuatu 0 0 2 2
11  Nauru 0 0 1 1

Results[edit]

The results were published.[3]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m (wind: -0.5 m/s)  Liam Gander (AUS) 10.60  Nelson Stone (PNG) 10.61  Isaac Tatoa (NZL) 10.96
200 m (wind: +0.5 m/s)  Nelson Stone (PNG) 21.09 CR NR  Liam Gander (AUS) 21.43  Epeli Kavarua (FIJ) 21.83
400 m  Sean Wroe (AUS) 46.62 CR  Nelson Stone (PNG) 47.06  Wala Gime (PNG) 48.39
800 m  Jeremy Roff (AUS) 1:51.60  Tim Hawkes (NZL) 1:53.24  Arnold Sorina (VAN) 1:53.37
1500 m  Jeremy Roff (AUS) 3:41.91 CR  Aniel Smith (NZL) 3:57.20  Michael Roger (AUS) 3:58.73
5000 m  Jeffrey Hunt (AUS) 14:41.97 CR  Kupsy Bisamo (PNG) 16:02.71  Francky Maraetaata (PYF) 16:07.63
10000 m  Francky Maraetaata (PYF) 33:16.22 CR  Kupsy Bisamo (PNG) 33:21.16  Philipe Nausien (VAN) 34:35.47
110 m hurdles (wind: -0.5 m/s)  Greg Eyears (AUS) 14.20 CR  Daniel Small (AUS) 15.71 New Caledonia/ Xavier Fenuafanote (NCL) 15.97
400 m hurdles  Daniel O'Shea (NZL) 51.68  Mowen Boino (PNG) 51.84  Wala Gime (PNG) 52.36
3000 m steeplechase  Sapolai Yao (PNG) 10:00.07  Skene Kiage (PNG) 10:16.95
4x100 m  Fiji
Beniamino Maravu
Ratu Laisiasa Tuisawau
Epeli Kavarua
Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro
42.02  New Zealand
Nick Ash
Michael Wilson
Daniel O'Shea
Isaac Tatoa
42.20  Australia
Jay Stone
Greg Eyears
Cameron Clayton
James Roff
Daniel Small*
43.05
High jump  Josh Hall (AUS) 2.20 CR  David Birati (KIR) 1.93 NR  Norman Tse (PNG) 1.93
Long jump New Caledonia/ Frédéric Erin (NCL) 7.70 w (wind: +5.4 m/s)  Raihau Maiau (PYF) 7.64 w (wind: +4.3 m/s)  Norman Tse (PNG) 6.97 w (wind: +2.2 m/s)
Triple jump New Caledonia/ Frédéric Erin (NCL) 15.45 CR (wind: +1.4 m/s)  Mong Tavol (PNG) 14.35 w (wind: +2.8 m/s)  Todd Swanson (NZL) 14.06 w (wind: +2.6 m/s)
Shot put  Scott Martin (AUS) 19.55 CR  Dale Stevenson (AUS) 19.41  Emanuele Fuamatu (SAM) 16.54
Dicus throw  Marshall Hall (NZL) 51.53  Kerisiano Tongalea (NZL) 49.48 New Caledonia/ Daniel Kilama (NCL) 46.02
Hammer throw  Timothy Driesen (AUS) 66.59 CR  Simon Wardhaugh (AUS) 66.11  Thomas McGuire (AUS) 48.45
Javelin throw  Leslie Copeland (FIJ) 75.08 CR  Ben Langton-Burnell (NZL) 60.38
Octathlon  Inoke Finau (TGA) 4767  Aaron Victorian III (ASA) 4681  Leon Mengloi (PLW) 4678
Decathlon  Scott McLaren (AUS) 7308 CR  Aaron Victorian III (ASA) 5793

: In the 100 m event, Suryo Agung Wibowo from  Indonesia running as guest was 1st in 10.52 s.
: Result extracted from decathlon.
* Runners who participated in the heats only.

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m (wind: +1.0 m/s)  Toea Wisil (PNG) 11.85  Rochelle Coster (NZL) 11.93  Sarah Busby (AUS) 12.03
200 m (wind: +2.6 m/s)  Toea Wisil (PNG) 23.63 w  Kendra Hubbard (AUS) 24.51 w  Helen Philemon (PNG) 25.12 w
400 m  Pirrenee Steinert (AUS) 53.63 CR  Betty Burua (PNG) 54.33  Salome Dell (PNG) 54.49
800 m  Salome Dell (PNG) 2:07.55 CR  Alice Platten (AUS) 2:08.43  Betty Burua (PNG) 2:15.09
1500 m  Salome Dell (PNG) 4:38.58
100 m hurdles (wind: -0.4 m/s)  Andrea Miller (NZL) 13.55 CR  Rochelle Coster (NZL) 14.67
400 m hurdles  Lisa Spencer (AUS) 60.58  Cara White (AUS) 66.25  Lauren McAdam (AUS) 66.85
3000 m steeplechase  Sarah McSweeney (NZL) 11:14.44
4x100 m  Papua New Guinea
Mae Koime
Toea Wisil
Betty Burua
Helen Philemon
46.86 CR  Australia
Kendra Hubbard
Alice Platten
Lisa Spencer
Sarah Busby
47.33  New Zealand
Lauren Wilson
Rebecca Gibson
Rochelle Coster
Andrea Miller
48.33
High jump  Elizabeth Lamb (NZL) 1.80 =CR  Ellen Pettitt (AUS) 1.74  Tara Strano (AUS) 1.71
Long jump  Marissa Pritchard (NZL) 5.81 w (wind: +3.8 m/s)  Terani Faremiro (PYF) 5.62 (wind: +2.0 m/s)  Helen Philemon (PNG) 5.60 w (wind: +3.2 m/s)
Triple jump  Katie Cox (AUS) 12.33 w (wind: +3.4 m/s)  Nneka Okpala (NZL) 12.21 w (wind: +3.0 m/s)  Terani Faremiro (PYF) 11.14 w (wind: +5.1 m/s)
Shot put  Margaret Satupai (SAM) 15.95 NR  Joanne Mirtschin (AUS) 15.42  Nina Grundler (NRU) 9.59
Discus throw  Beatrice Faumuina (NZL) 58.32 CR  Margaret Satupai (SAM) 51.42 NR  Merewarihi Vaka (NZL) 47.23
Hammer throw  Bronwyn Eagles (AUS) 62.99 CR  Gabrielle Neighbour (AUS) 62.10  Karyne Di Marco (AUS) 61.89
Javelin throw  Karen Clarke (AUS) 48.82
Heptathlon
10 km walk (road)  Nicole Fagan (AUS) 52:31  Roseanne Robinson (NZL) 53:43

: In the 100 m hurdles event, Dedeh Erawati from  Indonesia running as guest was 2nd in 13.84s.
: In heptathlon, the only competitor, Rebecca Wardell from  New Zealand, did not finish.

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
800 metres Medley relay  Fiji
Sera Tuinalase
Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro
Suliana Gusuivalu
Beniamino Maravu
1:35.31  New Zealand
Rochelle Coster
Michael Wilson
Rebecca Gibson
Tim Hawkes
1:36.73  Australia
Sarah Busby
Greg Eyears
Cara White
Jay Stone
1:37.35

During championships handicapped athletes also competed at invited events.

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