Oceania Cross Country Championships

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Oceania Cross Country Championships
Sport Cross country running
Founded 2009
Continent Oceania (OAA)

The Oceania Cross Country Championships are a biennial[citation needed] Cross country running competition organized by the Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. They were established in 2009, and were held together with either the Australian or New Zealand national championships. Races are featured for senior and junior (U-19) athletes.[1][2][3][4]

Editions[edit]

Year City Country Date
I 2009 Christchurch, Canterbury  New Zealand August 1
II 2010 Brisbane, Queensland  Australia August 21
III 2012 Hamilton, Waikato  New Zealand August 4
IV 2014 Tumon, Tamuning  Guam October 16

Results[edit]

Complete results can be found on the OAA,[5][6][7] on the Athletics New Zealand,[3][4][8][9][10] and the Athletics Australia webpages.[11] Results for the juniors can be found on the World Junior Athletics History site.[12]

Men's Results[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 (12 km) Timothy Rowe
 Australia
38:13 Andrew Davidson
 New Zealand
38:13 Edwin Henshaw
 New Zealand
38:25
2010 (12 km) Martin Dent
 Australia
36:49 Liam Adams
 Australia
37:05 Jeffrey Hunt
 Australia
37:20
2012 (12 km) James Nipperess
 Australia
39:05 Samuel Wreford
 New Zealand
39:36 Alex Parlane
 New Zealand
40:29
2014 (12 km) Nicholas Wightman
 Australia
41:13 Callan Moody
 New Zealand
41:34 Simbar Casper
 Papua New Guinea
42:56

: Edwin Kaitany from  Kenya running as guest was 1st in 38:54.

Women's Results[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 (8 km) Melinda Vernon
 Australia
28:52 Fiona Crombie
 New Zealand
29:07 Kellie Palmer
 New Zealand
30:10
2010 (8 km) Jessica Trengove
 Australia
28:00 Clare Geraghty
 Australia
28:28 Tamara Carvolth
 Australia
28:38
2012 (8 km) Celia Sullohern
 Australia
29:33 Mikayla Nielsen
 New Zealand
29:37 Nicki McFadzien
 New Zealand
29:43
2014 (8 km) Courtney Powell
 Australia
28:55 Rachel Kingsford
 New Zealand
29:37 Elodie Mevel
 French Polynesia
33:25

Junior Boys' Results[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 (8 km) Aaron Pulford
 New Zealand
26:11 Alex Parlane
 New Zealand
26:31 Michael Banks
 New Zealand
26:38
2010 (8 km) Ethan Heywood
 Australia
25:18 David Ricketts
 Australia
25:22 Rhys Jones
 Australia
25:24
2012 (8 km) Matt Baxter
 New Zealand
26:20 Antoine Bonnet
 New Zealand
26:30 Michael Sutton
 New Zealand
26:45
2014 (8 km) Avikash Lal
 Fiji
29:22 Ravnil Kumar
 Fiji
31:11 Magdano Marquez
 Federated States of Micronesia
33:55

Junior Girls' Results[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 (6 km) Hannah Newbould
 New Zealand
21:35 Danielle Trevis
 New Zealand
21:44 Olivia Burne
 New Zealand
22:25
2010 (6 km) Danielle Trevis
 New Zealand
21:00 Grace Musgrove
 Australia
21:42 Celia Sullohern
 Australia
21:59
2012 (6 km) Kara MacDermid
 New Zealand
22:42 Georgie Grgec
 New Zealand
23:28 Grace McConnochie
 New Zealand
23:36
2014 (6 km) Jenny Albert
 Papua New Guinea
25:16 Aria Perez-Theisen
 Guam
29:35 Mika Rosario
 Guam
30:17

References[edit]

  1. ^ Christchurch 2009 - Oceania Area Cross Country Championships, OAA, September 3, 2008, retrieved March 17, 2013 
  2. ^ Oceania Cross Country Championships - Saturday 01st, August 2009 - GENERAL INFORMATION, Guam Track and Field Association, August 1, 2009, retrieved March 17, 2013 
  3. ^ a b 2009 Athletics New Zealand - Cross Country Championships - RESULTS > Halswell Quarry Park, Christchurch >> 1 August 2009, Athletics New Zealand, August 1, 2009, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  4. ^ a b Athletics New Zealand Cross Country Championship, Athletics New Zealand, August 1, 2009, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  5. ^ 2009 Oceania Cross Country Championships - RESULTS, OAA, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  6. ^ Oceania Cross Country Championships, OAA, August 23, 2010, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  7. ^ Oceania Cross Country Championships, OAA, October 16, 2014, retrieved October 16, 2014 
  8. ^ Athletics New Zealand & Oceania Cross Country Championships, Athletics New Zealand, August 4, 2012, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  9. ^ 2012 Athletics NZ Cross Country Championships, Athletics New Zealand, August 4, 2012, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  10. ^ 2012 Athletics NZ Cross Country Championships, Athletics New Zealand, August 4, 2012, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  11. ^ Australian Cross Country Championships - 21/08/2010 - Oceania Cross Country - Bald Hills, QLD, Athletics Australia, August 21, 2010, retrieved March 16, 2013 
  12. ^ CHAMPIONSHIP INDEX - 3 CROSS COUNTRY - OCEANIA CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS OCXC, World Junior Athletics History, retrieved March 16, 2013