1993 Oceania Youth Athletics Championships

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I Oceania Youth Athletics Championships
Host city Canberra, Australia Australia
Date(s) March 15–16
Level Youth
Participation 96 (61 boys, 35 girls) athletes from
13 nations
Events 29 (15 boys, 14 girls)

The 1993 Oceania Youth Athletics Championships were held in Canberra, Australia, between March 15–16, 1993. The host country Australia did not send athletes. A total of 29 events were contested, 15 by boys and 14 by girls.

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results can be found on the Athletics Weekly,[1] and on the World Junior Athletics History webpages.[2]

Boys under 18 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: -0.4 m/s)
 Dean Wise (NZL) 11.10  Galvin Ora (SOL) 11.36  Tomasi Rasoki (FIJ) 11.43
200 metres
(wind: -0.9 m/s)
 Dean Wise (NZL) 22.47  Galvin Ora (SOL) 22.73  Tomasi Rasoki (FIJ) 22.93
400 metres  P. Young (NZL) 48.87  Evan Vatamana (SOL) 51.67  Maika Soqoidaveta (FIJ) 52.90
800 metres  P. Young (NZL) 1:54.72  Evan Vatamana (SOL) 2:04.35  Bill Davu (PNG) 2:04.99
1500 metres  Saimoni Kiniwa (FIJ) 4:26.47  Liken Ireng (PNG) 4:28.64  Ben Whitaker (GUM) 4:28.66
3000 metres  Saimoni Kiniwa (FIJ) 10:05.98  Rereao Pakari (COK) 10:28.17  Ben Whitaker (GUM) 10:31.96
100 metres hurdles  Pauli Tu'imoala (TGA) 17.02  Aufata Faleata (SAM) 17.70  Darryl Anesi (SAM) 18.11
400 metres hurdles French Polynesia/ Teiki Rodiere (TAH) 1:03.11
High Jump  John Elisha (PNG) 1.75  Gideon Omokirio (SOL) 1.75  Manare Ma'ake (TGA) 1.75
Long Jump  Dean Wise (NZL) 6.79  Coleridge Sua (SOL) 6.28  Galvin Ora (SOL) 6.14
Triple Jump  Akilisi Tu'i (TGA) 13.11  Darryl Anesi (SAM) 13.11  David Wilson (GUM) 11.10
Shot Put  Aufata Faleata (SAM) 13.85  Ricky Canon (NRU) 10.15  Junior Harry (COK) 9.88
Discus Throw  Aufata Faleata (SAM) 40.90  Charles Winchester (COK) 32.10  Pauli Tu'imoala (TGA) 27.82
Javelin Throw  Junior Harry (COK) 51.02  Fine Olsson (NRU) 47.78 French Polynesia/ Honoré Perry (TAH) 41.52
800 metres Medley Relay (100m x 100m x 200m x 400m)  Fiji 1:35.83  Solomon Islands 1:36.48  Samoa 1:40.41

Girls under 18 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 1.3 m/s)/small>
 Jane Arnott (NZL) 12.39  Rosi Tamani (FIJ) 12.53  Maria Maunder (NZL) 12.60
200 metres
(wind: 0.6 m/s)/small>
 Jane Arnott (NZL) 24.72  Rosi Tamani (FIJ) 25.71  Masilina Rakai (FIJ) 26.11
400 metres  Makelesi Bulikiobo (FIJ) 60.94  Alle Gagole (PNG) 63.43  Mereseini Kelea (FIJ) 63.65
800 metres French Polynesia/ Vanessa Guyot-Sionnest (TAH) 2:19.15  Melina Hamilton (NZL) 2:21.05  Ilisapeci Ligalau (FIJ) 2:21.15
1500 metres  Kate Inwood (NZL) 4:53.30  Ilisapeci Ligalau (FIJ) 5:00.84  Joy Nunua (SOL) 5:01.56
3000 metres  Kate Inwood (NZL) 10:08.59  Ekari Raika (FIJ) 11:11.82  Joy Nunua (SOL) 12:01.31
300 metres hurdles French Polynesia/ Anne Dantin (TAH) 48.6
High Jump  Melina Hamilton (NZL) 1.55  Ana Tong (FIJ) 1.45 French Polynesia/ Anne Dantin (TAH) 1.45
Long Jump  Rosi Tamani (FIJ) 5.32  Maria Maunder (NZL) 5.25  Marica Likulawedua (FIJ) 5.23
Triple Jump  Maria Maunder (NZL) 11.19
Shot Put  Fleurette Bartley (NZL) 10.29  Mareta Nayacalevu (FIJ) 10.06  Aliti O'Keeffe (PNG) 8.28
Discus Throw  Fleurette Bartley (NZL) 41.42  Mareta Nayacalevu (FIJ) 29.46 French Polynesia/ Mytsuro Kato (TAH) 28.62
Javelin Throw French Polynesia/ Monia Pahi (TAH) 41.68  Melina Hamilton (NZL) 37.34 French Polynesia/ Mytsuro Kato (TAH) 34.14
800 metres Medley Relay (100m x 100m x 200m x 400m)  Fiji 1:50.81  Papua New Guinea 1:59.71  Nauru 2:10.79

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  New Zealand 13 3 1 17
2  Fiji 6 7 7 20
3 French Polynesia/ Tahiti 4 0 4 8
4  Samoa 2 2 2 6
5  Tonga 2 0 2 4
6  Papua New Guinea 1 3 2 6
7  Cook Islands 1 2 1 4
8  Solomon Islands 0 7 3 10
9  Nauru 0 2 1 3
10  Guam 0 0 3 3

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

An unofficial count yields the number of about 96 athletes from 13 countries. There were no athletes from host country Australia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ OCEANIA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved March 21, 2013 
  2. ^ WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH"), retrieved March 21, 2013