Oceania Marathon and Half Marathon Championships

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Oceania Marathon and Half Marathon Championships
Sport Marathon running
Founded 2008
Continent Oceania (OAA)

The Oceania Marathon and Half Marathon Championships are an annual Road running competition organized by the Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. They were established in 2008. Races are featured for male and female athletes.[1] The event is held together with the Gold Coast Marathon. The first three open men and women Oceania athletes to finish the Marathon and Half Marathon will be presented with the Oceania Championship medals.[2]

Editions[edit]

Year City Country Date
I 2008 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia July 6
II 2009 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia July 5
III 2010 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia July 3-4
IV 2011 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia July 2-3
V 2012 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia June 30-July 1
VI 2013 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia July 6-7
VII 2014 Gold Coast, Queensland  Australia July 5-6

Results[edit]

Complete results (beginning in 2009) can be found on the Gold Coast Marathon website.[2] The results for 2008 were extracted from different websites.[3][4][5]

Men's Marathon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2008  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:19:36  Jay Phillpotts (AUS) 2:29:04  Anthony Farrugia (AUS) 2:31:29
2009  Shane Nankervis (AUS) 2:16:46  Matt Smith (NZL) 2:16:51  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:21:04
2010  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:20:18  Rowan Hooper (NZL) 2:22:05  Nathan Hartigan (AUS) 2:23:27
2011  Lee Troop (AUS) 2:15:45  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:20:25  David Criniti (AUS) 2:20:55
2012  Jonathan Peters (AUS) 2:20:05  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:21:19  Wondwosen Geleta (AUS) 2:26:17
2013  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:23:50  Tony Payne (NZL) 2:27:25  John Dutton (AUS) 2:27:40
2014  Rowan Walker (AUS) 2:21:47  Alastair Stevenson (AUS) 2:23:48  Vladimir Shatrov (AUS) 2:24:45

Men's Half Marathon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2008  Michael Shelley (AUS) 1:02:41  Lee Troop (AUS) 1:02:57  Martin Dent (AUS) 1:03:49
2009  Michael Shelley (AUS) 1:02:10  Martin Dent (AUS) 1:02:16  Jeffrey Hunt (AUS) 1:02:44
2010  Jeffrey Hunt (AUS) 1:03:18  Martin Dent (AUS) 1:03:21  Anthony Haber (AUS) 1:04:35
2011  Jeffrey Hunt (AUS) 1:04:04  Peter Nowill (AUS) 1:06:24  Vlad Shatrov (AUS) 1:08:39
2012  Liam Adams (AUS) 1:03:28  Harry Summers (AUS) 1:03:34  Lee Troop (AUS) 1:05:34
2013  Martin Dent (AUS) 1:03:56  Benjamin Ashkettle (AUS) 1:04:12  Liam Adams (AUS) 1:04:49
2014  Brad Milosevic (AUS) 1:05:33  Josh Harris (AUS) 1:05:51  Aaron Pulford (NZL) 1:05:52

Women's Marathon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2008  Shireen Crumpton (NZL) 2:38:16  Rina Hill (AUS) 2:45:59  Roxie Schmidt (AUS) 2:47:56
2009  Lauren Shelley (AUS) 2:42:22  Roxie Schmidt (AUS) 2:42:22  Rina Hill (AUS) 2:48:56
2010  Sarah McRae (AUS) 2:39:41  Shireen Crumpton (NZL) 2:41:21  Anita Keem (AUS) 2:48:06
2011  Roxie Fraser (AUS) 2:41:17  Michelle McAdam (AUS) 2:44:44  Kirsten Molloy (AUS) 2:46:32
2012  Sally Gibbs (NZL) 2:41:15  Anita Keem (AUS) 2:42:43  Alexandra Williams (NZL) 2:45:19
2013  Alexandra Williams (NZL) 2:41:30  Sally Gibbs (NZL) 2:42:59  Anita Keem (AUS) 2:45:39
2014  Tarli Bird (AUS) 2:43:58  Alexandra Williams (NZL) 2:45:21  Aarthi Venkatesan (AUS) 2:47:30

Women's Half Marathon[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2008  Rowan Marie Baird (NZL) 1:14:01  Eliza Stewart (AUS) 1:17:04  Susan Michelsson (AUS) 1:17:06
2009  Lisa Weightman (AUS) 1:10:42  Cassie Fien (AUS) 1:12:24  Shireen Crumpton (NZL) 1:14:05
2010  Lisa Weightman (AUS) 1:09:00  Cassie Fien (AUS) 1:11:45  Jessica Trengove (AUS) 1:12:48
2011  Lara Tamsett (AUS) 1:12:19  Jessica Trengove (AUS) 1:12:28  Abigail Bayley (AUS) 1:13:40
2012  Lisa Robertson (NZL) 1:14:22  Belinda Martin (AUS) 1:16:11  Tracey Austin (AUS) 1:17:59
2013  Nikki Chapple (AUS) 1:11:00  Jessica Trengove (AUS) 1:11:51  Nicki McFadzien (NZL) 1:15:13
2014  Milly Clark (AUS) 1:14:04  Sinead Diver (AUS) 1:14:25  Karinna Fyfe (AUS) 1:14:49

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oceania Marathon and Half Marathon Championships - 6 July, OAA, June 11, 2008, retrieved March 17, 2013 
  2. ^ a b IAAF Oceania Area Marathon and Half Marathon Championships, Gold Coast Marathon, retrieved March 17, 2013 
  3. ^ Gold Coast Airport Marathon eclipses 20,000 in on its 30th birthday, Athletics Australia, July 17, 2008, retrieved March 17, 2013 
  4. ^ 2008 Gold Coast Airport Marathon, July 6, 2008, retrieved March 17, 2013 
  5. ^ 2008 RESULTS, Gold Coast Marathon, July 6, 2008, retrieved March 17, 2013