Oceania Combined Events Championships

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Oceania Combined Events Championships
Sport Combined event
Founded 2011
Continent Oceania (OAA)

The Oceania Combined Events Championships are an annual athletics competition organized by the Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) for athletes representing the countries of its member associations in men's decathlon and women's heptathlon. They were established in 2011.[1] The 2013 edition was held alongside the 2013 Oceania Area Championships.[2]

Editions[edit]

Year City Country Date
I 2011 Townsville, Queensland  Australia June 11–12
II 2012 Townsville, Queensland  Australia May 5–6
III 2013 Papeete, Tahiti  French Polynesia June 3–5
IV 2014 Melbourne, Australia  Australia April 3–4

Results[edit]

Results can be found on the OAA[3][4][5] and on the Athletics Australia websites.[6]

Men's Decathlon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Jarrod Sims
 Australia
7045 pts Lars Fa'apoi
 Tonga
4483 pts Vea Toutou'ofa
 Tonga
4460 pts
2012 Nicholas Gerrard
 New Zealand
6403 pts Aaron Page
 Australia
6010 pts Lars Fa'apoi
 Tonga
5412 pts
2013 Nicholas Gerrard
 New Zealand
6807 pts Andrew Hodges
 Australia
6573 pts Aaron Page
 Australia
5861 pts
2014 Jake Stein
 Australia
7564 pts Stephen Cain
 Australia
7493 pts Kyle Cranston
 Australia
7390 pts

Women's Heptathlon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Soko Salaniqiqi
 Fiji
4283 pts Breanna Hargrave
 Australia
4147 pts Eunice Steven
 Papua New Guinea
3927 pts
2013 Elana Withnall
 New Zealand
4348 pts Mafi Mapa
 Tonga
3000 pts Ana Katiloka
 Tonga
2625 pts
2014 Sophie Stanwell
 Australia
5621 pts Portia Bing
 New Zealand
5504 pts Ashleigh Hamilton
 Australia
5347 pts

References[edit]