Athletics at the 1990 Micronesian Games

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Athletics at the II Micronesian Games
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Host city San Antonio, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands Northern Mariana Islands
Date(s) July
Level Senior
Events 27 (14 men, 13 women)


Athletics competitions at the 1990 Micronesian Games were held in San Antonio, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, in July, 1990.

A total of 27 events were contested, 14 by men and 13 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners and their results were published on the Athletics Weekly webpage courtesy of Tony Isaacs.[1]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Daniel Adachi (PLW) 11.10  Tommy Worswick (PLW) 11.31 Chuuk State Charles Petrus (CHU) 11.50
200 metres  Daniel Adachi (PLW) 23.30 Chuuk State Theodore Naka (CHU) 23.90  Jacky Okada (PLW) 23.97
400 metres  Richard Ngiraked (PLW) 52.34  Ricky Ngiraked (PLW) 52.54 Chuuk State John Luther (CHU) 53.69
800 metres Pohnpei State Elias Rodriguez (POH) 2:07.19  Roy Avery (GUM) 2:07.49  Einer Kebekol (PLW) 2:08.01
1500 metres Pohnpei State Elias Rodriguez (POH) 4:19.08  Richard Madrekewet (PLW) 4:28.71  Einer Kebekol (PLW) 4:29.19
5000 metres Pohnpei State Elias Rodriguez (POH) 17:18.51  Yong Choi (NMI) 17:24.58 Chuuk State William Willy (CHU) 17:42.40
10000 metres  Yong Choi (NMI) 37:04.27 Pohnpei State Elias Rodriguez (POH) 37:04.74 Chuuk State Estos Tisa (CHU) 38:19.40
Marathon Pohnpei State Elias Rodriguez (POH) 2:52:29  Yong Choi (NMI) 2:55:31 Chuuk State Estos Tisa (CHU) 3:11:38
High Jump  Tomiwo Suzuky (PLW) 1.65 Pohnpei State Edwin Charles (POH) 1.60 Pohnpei State Anthony Roby (POH) 1.50
Long Jump  Kerjoe Rechirei (PLW) 6.18  Rollins Jonathan (PLW) 5.83  Fred Rocio (GUM) 5.76
Shot Put  Pelefoti Cooper (PLW) 13.16 Chuuk State Rasko Sos (CHU) 11.20 Chuuk State Pat Kanas (CHU) 10.70
Discus Throw  Pelefoti Cooper (PLW) 39.32  Jeffrey Pua (NMI) 29.28 Chuuk State Frances Nabo (CHU) 28.88
4 x 100 metres relay  Palau 44.31  Chuuk 45.24  Guam 47.05
4 x 400 metres relay  Palau 3:33.01  Chuuk 3:42.34  Guam 3:49.06

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Anelize Emiliano (PLW) 13.20  Sinta Ngirmeriil (PLW) 13.46 Pohnpei State Rita Epina (POH) 13.69
200 metres  Anelize Emiliano (PLW) 28.65  Theresa Sison (GUM) 28.85  Anavelee Sakuma (PLW) 28.94
400 metres  Theresa Sison (GUM) 68.68 Chuuk State Ania Joseph (CHU) 68.76  Kristina Wilson (GUM) 69.01
800 metres  Marie Benito (GUM) 2:37.90  Kristina Wilson (GUM) 2:47.44  Laura Mangham (PLW) 2:48.56
1500 metres  Marie Benito (GUM) 5:15.71  Kristina Wilson (GUM) 5:31.88  Miriam Ilemelong (PLW) 5:37.52
5000 metres  Marie Benito (GUM) 20:07.03 Chuuk State Movie Werner (CHU) 21:52.18  Miriam Ilemelong (PLW) 22:13.57
10000 metres  Marie Benito (GUM) 41:26.48  Lou Klitzki (GUM) 46:54.29  Margarite Abraham (PLW) 58:05.48
High Jump  Ruth Ngirailab (PLW) 1.32  Brenges Kloulubak (PLW) 1.19
Long Jump  Ruth Ngirailab (PLW) 4.25  Brenges Kloulubak (PLW) 3.81
Shot Put  Ruth Ngirailab (PLW) 7.24  Clarrisa Fejeran (NMI) 6.05
Discus Throw  Ruth Ngirailab (PLW) 27.54  Frances Santos (NMI) 22.37
4 x 100 metres relay  Palau 53.52  Pohnpei 57.08  Marshall Islands 57.80
4 x 400 metres relay  Chuuk 4:36.74  Palau 4:41.67  Pohnpei 5:23.74


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Palau 16 8 8 32
2  Guam 5 5 4 14
3  Pohnpei 4 3 3 10
4  Chuuk 1 6 7 14
5  Northern Mariana Islands 1 5 0 6
6  Marshall Islands 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ MICRONESIAN GAMES, Athletics Weekly, retrieved May 1, 2013