1994 Oceania Athletics Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
II Oceania Athletics Championships
Host city Auckland, New Zealand New Zealand
Date(s) February 23–26
Level Senior
Participation 15 nations
Events 41 (22 men, 19 women)

The 1994 Oceania Athletics Championships were held in Auckland, New Zealand, between February 23–26, 1994.

A total of 41 events were contested, 22 by men and 19 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners were published.[1] Complete results can be found as compiled by Bob Snow from Athletics Papua New Guinea.[2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: -0.3 m/s)  Jone Delai (FIJ) 10.63  Chris Wilkinson (NZL) 10.82  Ross Fitzpatrick (NZL) 10.83
200 metres (wind: +0.7 m/s)  Jone Delai (FIJ) 21.55  Solomone Bole (FIJ) 21.94  James Noblet (AUS) 21.97
400 metres  Mark Wilson (NZL) 47.25  Dean Sheddan (NZL) 48.22  Rhoderick Grivas (AUS) 48.62
800 metres  Mark Tonks (NZL) 1:50.38  Mark Turner (NZL) 1:51.30  Rhoderick Grivas (AUS) 1:52.15
1500 metres  John Henwood (NZL) 3:51.71  Stephen Blair (NZL) 3:52.08  Daniel Hill (AUS) 3:52.35
5000 metres  Jason Cameron (NZL) 14:44.62  Thor Anderson (VAN) 16:07.78  Morris Manai (PNG) 16:07.84
10000 metres  Paul McRae (NZL) 31:11.97  Parshottam Lal (FIJ) 33:26.81  Ashok Kumar (FIJ) 33:43.65
Marathon  Robert Holland (NZL) 2:33:16  Mervyn Shields (NZL) 2:39:29  Ian Moore (AUS) 2:41:11
3000 metres steeplechase  Hamish Christensen (NZL) 8:54.74  Matthew Holder (NZL) 9:08.55  Davendra Singh (FIJ) 9:21.64
110 metres hurdles (wind: +2.7 m/s)  Nick Bolton (NZL) 14.67w French Polynesia/ Robert Tupuhoé (TAH) 14.95w  Sekona Vi (TGA) 15.15w
400 metres hurdles  Nick Bolton (NZL) 53.01  Sekona Vi (TGA) 53.51  Autiko Daunakamakama (FIJ) 53.79
High Jump  Michael Sharapoff (NZL) 2.05  Arvindra Maharaj (FIJ) 1.99 French Polynesia/ Jean-Luc Mu Kwai Chuan (TAH) 1.93
Pole Vault French Polynesia/ Thibaut Cattiau (TAH) 4.55 French Polynesia/ Jean-Luc Mu Kwai Chuan (TAH) 4.45  Lee Brown (AUS) 4.45
Long Jump  Aaron Langdon (NZL) 7.62w  Julian Manderson (AUS) 7.43w French Polynesia/ Apolosi Foliaki (TAH) 7.01w
Triple Jump French Polynesia/ Apolosi Foliaki (TAH) 14.95  Steeve Druminy (NCL) 14.84  Driss Doukari (AUS) 14.38w
Shot Put  Patrick Hellier (NZL) 16.10  Matt Gadsby (AUS) 15.59  Kevin Galea (AUS) 15.40
Discus Throw French Polynesia/ Gordon Barff (TAH) 48.54  Patrick Hellier (NZL) 48.54  Ian Boller (AUS) 47.46
Hammer Throw  Patrick Hellier (NZL) 63.16  Yannick Fakaté (NCL) 52.20  Brentt Jones (NFK) 51.34
Javelin Throw  Steven Madeo (AUS) 67.84  Jioji Nadavo (FIJ) 65.40  André Hmalako (NCL) 58.82
20 Kilometres Road Walk  Shane Brown (NZL) 1:43:55  Mark Nipperess (AUS) 1:51:56  Dip Chand (FIJ) 1:57:42
4 x 100 metres relay  New Zealand 41.57  Australia 41.98  Tonga 42.43
4 x 400 metres relay  Fiji 3:12.40  New Zealand 3:13.11  Australia 3:18.73

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: -1.0 m/s)  Vaciseva Tavaga (FIJ) 12.17  Lauretta Graham (NZL) 12.57  Vani Senokonoko (FIJ) 12.77
200 metres (wind: +3.4 m/s)  Vaciseva Tavaga (FIJ) 24.37w  Suzanne Coleman (NZL) 24.89w  Tara Smith (NZL) 25.26w
400 metres  Mary Estelle Kapalu (VAN) 55.72  Sheryn Brodie (AUS) 57.08  Seini Soroacagi (FIJ) 57.49
800 metres  Andrea Williams (NZL) 2:14.13  Nuree White (NZL) 2:16.10  Karolina Tanono (FIJ) 2:17.65
1500 metres  Sharon McKenzie (NZL) 4:39.64  Vanessa Nikora (NZL) 4:51.44  Salome Tabuatalei (FIJ) 4:58.30
5000 metres  Nicola McDonald (NZL) 18:03.37  Salome Tabuatalei (FIJ) 18:42.83
Half Marathon  Irene Wilson (NZL) 1:25:38  Cathy Gabel (AUS) 1:29:38  Alison McVie (AUS) 1:37:33
100 metres hurdles (wind: +3.5 m/s)  Janiene Ashbridge (NZL) 14.06w  Lillyanne Beining (PNG) 14.13w  Elizabeth Binns (NZL) 14.76w
400 metres hurdles  Mary Estelle Kapalu (VAN) 61.70  Megan Merrilees (NZL) 61.84  Megan Minehane (AUS) 63.73
High Jump  Carmen Hunter (AUS) 1.77  Belinda Lavarack (AUS) 1.74  Shelley Stoddart (NZL) 1.74
Long Jump  Frith Maunder (NZL) 6.10  Shelley Stoddart (NZL) 5.81w  Katie Ackerman (AUS) 5.69w
Triple Jump  Shelley Stoddart (NZL) 12.50  Megan Minehane (AUS) 11.71  Salanieta Tamani (FIJ) 11.70
Shot Put  Elizabeth Binns (NZL) 13.08  Teresa Came (NZL) 12.80  Marie-Chanelle Sako (NCL) 12.66
Discus Throw  Geraldine Isaacs (NZL) 40.02  Mague Taofifenua (NCL) 37.84  Romera Tabuavuni (FIJ) 31.58
Hammer Throw  Teresa Came (NZL) 50.52  Miranda Winter (NZL) 41.10  Linda Polelei (NCL) 29.82
Javelin Throw (old implement)  Melissa Brearley (NZL) 48.34  Bina Ramesh (NCL) 47.90  Linda Polelei (NCL) 44.50
10 Kilometres Road Walk  Monique Greenoff-Gaffney (AUS) 57:09  Cherie Nelson (NZL) 58:53
4 x 100 metres relay  Fiji 47.10  Australia 48.62
4 x 400 metres relay  New Zealand 3:54.14  Fiji 3:58.03  Australia 3:58.34

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  New Zealand 27 17 4 48
2  Fiji 6 6 10 22
3  Australia 3 9 14 26
4 French Polynesia/ Tahiti 3 2 2 7
5  Vanuatu 2 1 0 3
6  New Caledonia 0 4 4 8
7  Tonga 0 1 2 3
8  Papua New Guinea 0 1 1 2
9  Norfolk Island 0 0 1 1

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

The participation of athletes from 15 countries could be determined from the Pacific Islands Athletics Statistics publication.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ OCEANIA CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved March 4, 2013 
  2. ^ a b Snow, Bob (March 1994), Pacific Islands Athletics Statistics #2/94, Athletics PNG, pp. 4–7, retrieved March 4, 2013