2010 Oceania Youth Athletics Championships

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X Oceania Youth Athletics Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Australia
Date(s) March 11–14
Main stadium Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre
Level Youth
Participation 383 (203 boys, 180 girls) athletes from
18 (17 + 8 Australian States and Territories) nations
Events 42 (21 boys, 21 girls)

The 2010 Oceania Youth Athletics Championships were held at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre in Homebush, New South Wales, Australia, between March 11–14, 2010. They were held together with the 2010 Australian Junior Athletics Championships (U14 to U20). A total of 42 events were contested, 21 by boys and 21 by girls.

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results can be found on the websites of the Oceania Athletics Association,[1] and of the World Junior Athletics History webpage.[2]

Boys under 18 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 0.0 m/s)
New South Wales Nicholas Hough (NSW) 10.83 South Australia Derek Mai (SA) 11.09  Yarride Rosario (NZL) 11.10
200 metres
(wind: −2.9 m/s)
New South Wales Nicholas Hough (NSW) 21.79 New South Wales Ben Jaworski (NSW) 21.91 South Australia Michael Brusnahan (SA) 22.13
400 metres Victoria (Australia) Luke Greco (VIC) 49.13 New South Wales Ian Halpin (NSW) 49.33 Western Australia Hayden Yates (WA) 49.34
800 metres  Brad Mathas (NZL) 1:52.19 Victoria (Australia) Joel Hogarth (VIC) 1:52.97 New South Wales Ozner Abdullah (NSW) 1:53.29
1000 metres Victoria (Australia) Rick Whitehead (VIC) 2:30.39 Western Australia Tim Richards (WA) 2:31.48 Queensland Rorey Hunter (QLD) 2:31.79
1500 metres Victoria (Australia) Shaun Geraghty (VIC) 3:55.93 Queensland Jack Curran (QLD) 3:56.60 New South Wales Jesse Beadman (NSW) 3:56.80
3000 metres  Mohamed Ali (NZL) 8:40.23 Victoria (Australia) Milaan Lottering (VIC) 8:42.87 Victoria (Australia) Jesse Ramirez (VIC) 8:43.66
2000 metres steeplechase Queensland Grant Gwynne (QLD) 6:09.19 New South Wales Andrew Selosse (NSW) 6:11.34 Victoria (Australia) Seamus Murphy (VIC) 6:12.59
110 metres hurdles
(wind: −1.8 m/s)
New South Wales Nicholas Hough (NSW) 13.87  Joshua Hawkins (NZL) 14.20 Queensland James Woodgate (QLD) 14.41
400 metres hurdles Western Australia Raheen Williams (WA) 52.74 South Australia Jack Harvey (SA) 53.31  Campbell Wu (NZL) 53.39
High Jump New South Wales Brandon Starc (NSW) 2.06 Queensland Bradley Hebbard (QLD) 1.99 New South Wales Miles Cole-Clark (NSW) 1.99
Pole Vault Victoria (Australia) Brodie Cross (VIC) 4.65 Victoria (Australia) Keith Wrzuszczak (VIC) 4.15 Victoria (Australia) Lewis Seccombe (VIC) 3.70
Long Jump New South Wales Kurt Jenner (NSW) 7.18 New South Wales Tom Soliman (NSW) 7.07  Jesse Bryant (NZL) 6.91
Triple Jump Victoria (Australia) Frank Brisevac (VIC) 14.22  Reginald Monagi (PNG) 14.06 Queensland Alex Ypinazar (QLD) 13.91
Shot Put  Jacko Gill (NZL) 20.62 Victoria (Australia) Damien Birkenhead (VIC) 20.17 New South Wales Connor Sherlock (NSW) 17.69
Discus Throw  Jacko Gill (NZL) 56.64 New South Wales Aiden Anderson (NSW) 51.99 Victoria (Australia) Damien Birkenhead (VIC) 51.97
Hammer Throw Victoria (Australia) Damien Birkenhead (VIC) 67.88 Queensland Robert Johnston (QLD) 60.88 Queensland David Rakoci (QLD) 55.80
Javelin Throw New South Wales Elliott Lang (NSW) 67.47 Northern Territory Dylan Risk (NT) 67.33 Victoria (Australia) Luke Cann (VIC) 66.98
5000 metres Walk South Australia Blake Steele (SA) 21:49.66 Victoria (Australia) Brad Simpson (VIC) 24:00.19  Matthew Holcroft (NZL) 24:21.24
4 × 100 metres relay  New South Wales
Michael Rumiz
Nicholas Hough
Jarrod Geddes
Ben Jaworski
41.36  Queensland
Ashley Sommerfield
Hugh Donovan
James Woodgate
Lucas Hughes
42.24  South Australia
Brett Richards
Jack Harvey
Edward McLeish
Michael Brusnahan
42.51
4 × 400 metres relay  New South Wales
Christian Lozada
Jackson Lowe
Jarrod Geddes
Steven Solomon
3:20.10  Victoria
Jack Sheridan
James Smith
Sean Hendricks
Luke Greco
3:20.66  New Zealand
Phil Simms
Brad Mathas
Mohamed Ali
Campbell Wu
3:21.51

Girls under 18 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 0.5 m/s)
Victoria (Australia) Ashleigh Whittaker (VIC) 12.04 Victoria (Australia) Ellia Green (VIC) 12.12 Victoria (Australia) Michelle Jenneke (VIC) 12.15
200 metres
(wind: −0.9 m/s)
Victoria (Australia) Monica Brennan (VIC) 24.75  Hazel Bowering Scott (NZL) 25.05 New South Wales Rebecca Watts (NSW) 25.16
400 metres Queensland Louise Maybury (QLD) 55.69 New South Wales Phoebe Davies (NSW) 55.74  Madison Gipson (NZL) 56.61
800 metres New South Wales Eliza Barton (NSW) 2:11.02 South Australia Jess Rowe (SA) 2:11.07 Queensland Odelle Wolfenden (QLD) 2:11.69
1000 metres New South Wales Jenny Blundell (NSW) 2:45.68  Rebekah Greene (NZL) 2:45.99 Australian Capital Territory Sophie Greig (ACT) 2:53.38
1500 metres South Australia Eleanor Wardlewort (SA) 4:38.26 Victoria (Australia) Sophie Perry (VIC) 4:39.23 New South Wales Hannah Menday (NSW) 4:39.33
3000 metres  Rebekah Greene (NZL) 9:53.14  Anna-Lisa Uttley (NZL) 9:55.30 Victoria (Australia) Melanie Townsend (VIC) 10:05.17
2000 metres steeplechase South Australia Eleanor Wardlewort (SA) 6:53.83  Jenna Hansen (NZL) 7:23.89 Queensland Isis Flynn-Pittar (QLD) 7:30.27
100 metres hurdles
(wind: −1.4 m/s)
New South Wales Michelle Jenneke (NSW) 14.12 New South Wales Natalie Ferris (NSW) 14.43 New South Wales Lisa Celi (NSW) 14.44
400 metres hurdles New South Wales Lisa Celi (NSW) 61.23 Queensland Tatum Shaw (QLD) 62.04 Victoria (Australia) Ellie Macdonald (VIC) 62.47
High Jump New South Wales Amy Pejkovic (NSW) 1.86 Tasmania Kaitlin Morgan (TAS) 1.78 Queensland Demii Maher-Smith (QLD) 1.78
Pole Vault Western Australia Liz Parnov (WA) 3.95 Victoria (Australia) Rebecca Marchant (VIC) 3.85 Victoria (Australia) Paris McCathrion (VIC) 3.70
Long Jump Queensland Demii Maher-Smith (QLD) 5.90  Portia Bing (NZL) 5.81 New South Wales Courtney Cross (NSW) 5.76
Triple Jump Queensland Demii Maher-Smith (QLD) 12.61 Victoria (Australia) Brooke Stratton (VIC) 12.60 Tasmania Kaitlin Morgan (TAS) 12.23
Shot Put Victoria (Australia) Rai Prabhjot (VIC) 13.58  Siositina Hakeai (NZL) 13.43 New South Wales Chelsea Sutherton-Valeni (NSW) 12.78
Discus Throw  Merewarahi Vaka (NZL) 49.18  Leesa Lealaisalanoa (NZL) 47.80  Siositina Hakeai (NZL) 47.61
Hammer Throw  Julia Ratcliffe (NZL) 53.31 Tasmania Danielle McConnell (TAS) 49.69 Tasmania Mikayla Genge (TAS) 46.87
Javelin Throw Victoria (Australia) Chelsea Dyer (VIC) 41.39 Victoria (Australia) Sophie Lichoudaris (VIC) 39.21  Patricia Taea (COK) 38.07
5000 metres Walk South Australia Kristie Goznik (SA) 25:26.73 Victoria (Australia) Jmara Hockley Samon (VIC) 25:52.92 Queensland Alana Hewish (QLD) 25:55.69
4 × 100 metres relay  New South Wales
Michelle Jenneke
Ella Nelson
Rebecca Watts
Karlie Morton
45.75  Victoria
Ellia Green
Monica Brennan
Angela Byrne
Ashleigh Whittaker
45.83  Queensland
Tatum Shaw
Carla Williams
Monique Hastie
Demii Maher-Smith
47.27
4 × 400 metres relay  New South Wales
Karlie Chambers
Tahlia Hunter
Jacarna Bain-Fenton
Phoebe Davies
3:47.36  Queensland
Eliza Bowers
Ashleigh Harris
Eve Lineham
Louise Maybury
3:47.43  Victoria
Renee Doggett
Erin Rayner
Kate Ryan
Alexandra Bulic
3:53.98

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  New South Wales 15 7 9 31
2  Victoria 10 13 10 33
3  New Zealand 7 8 7 22
4  Queensland 4 6 9 19
5  South Australia 4 3 2 9
6  Western Australia 2 1 1 4
7  Tasmania 0 2 2 4
8  Northern Territory 0 1 0 1
9  Papua New Guinea 0 1 0 1
10  Australian Capital Territory 0 0 1 1
11  Cook Islands 0 0 1 1

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

An unofficial count yields the number of about 383 athletes from 18 countries. 309 athletes were from the 8 Australian States and Territories:

and 74 athletes from 17 other OAA member and associate member countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2010 Australian Junior Championships - Sydney Olympic Park - 11/03/2010 to 14/03/2010 - Results, OAA, retrieved March 22, 2013 
  2. ^ WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH"), retrieved March 22, 2013