2003 Micronesian Championships in Athletics

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I Micronesian Championships in Athletics
Host city Koror, Palau Palau
Date(s) April 25–26
Level Senior
Events 29 (14 men, 14 women, 1 mixed)

The 2003 Micronesian Championships in Athletics took place between April 25–26, 2003.[1] The event was held in Koror, Palau.

A total of 29 events were contested, 14 by men, 14 by women and 1 mixed. In addition, there was a mixed non-championship hammer throwing competition for both men and women including Australian guest athletes.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners and their results were published on the Athletics Weekly webpage.[2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: -1.7 m/s)
Jack Howard
 F.S. Micronesia
11.09 John Howard
 F.S. Micronesia
11.19 Danny Fredrick
 F.S. Micronesia
11.41
200 metres
(wind: +0.2 m/s)
Danny Fredrick
 F.S. Micronesia
23.39 Peter Donis Rudolf
 F.S. Micronesia
23.49 Russell Ward Roman
 Palau
23.71
400 metres Jack Howard
 F.S. Micronesia
50.88 Ashley Kazuma
 Palau
52.25 Russell Ward Roman
 Palau
52.50
800 metres Neil Weare
 Guam
2:03.96 Derek Mandell
 Guam
2:08.11 Moikeha Keogh
 Palau
2:10.43
1500 metres Neil Weare
 Guam
4:14.56 Derek Mandell
 Guam
4:31.12 Nicholas Mangham
 Palau
4:34.76
5000 metres Neil Weare
 Guam
17:51.56 Derek Mandell
 Guam
18:25.44 Rendelius Germinaro
 F.S. Micronesia
18:26.81
High Jump Donovan Helvey
 Palau
1.82 Ketson Kabiriel
 Northern Mariana Islands
1.60
Long Jump Rabangaki Nawai
 Kiribati
6.20 McKnight McArthur
 Palau
6.04 Clayton Maluwelgiye
 F.S. Micronesia
5.90
Triple Jump Bwaraniko Paul
 Kiribati
12.82 Taburimai Tewaki
 Kiribati
12.00 McKnight McArthur
 Palau
11.65
Shot Put Jersey Iyar
 Palau
12.71 Steve Carrerra
 Palau
12.56 Alipate Raikadroka
 Palau
11.66
Discus Throw Clayton Maluwelgiye
 F.S. Micronesia
36.56 Jersey Iyar
 Palau
33.48 Gerard Jones
 Nauru
33.06
Hammer Throw Steve Carrerra
 Palau
35.67 Barry Mullins
 Australia
30.23 Fletcher McEwen
 Australia
28.73
Javelin Throw Clayton Maluwelgiye
 F.S. Micronesia
56.94 Jersey Iyar
 Palau
52.10 Rabangaki Nawai
 Kiribati
47.34
4 x 100 metres relay  Federated States of Micronesia 43.73  Palau 45.64  Northern Mariana Islands 46.99
4 x 400 metres relay  Federated States of Micronesia 3:29.27  Palau 3:36.40  Northern Mariana Islands 3:42.20

: non-championship event

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: -0.6 m/s)
Ngerak Florencio
 Palau
12.90 Rosa-Mystique Jone
 Nauru
13.07 Desiree Craggette
 Guam
13.31
200 metres
(wind: +0.2 m/s)
Ngerak Florencio
 Palau
27.22 Rosa-Mystique Jone
 Nauru
27.96 Desiree Craggette
 Guam
28.01
400 metres Ngerak Florencio
 Palau
65.20 Vangie Mercado
 F.S. Micronesia
65.90 Rae Detabene
 Nauru
67.98
800 metres Christine Vicente
 Guam
2:36.69 Avon Grace Mazo
 Palau
2:39.15 Banrenga Baikia
 Kiribati
2:54.48
1500 metres Christine Vicente
 Guam
5:38.43 Banrenga Baikia
 Kiribati
5:59.25 Jaceleen Pluhs
 F.S. Micronesia
6:25.24
3000 metres Christine Vicente
 Guam
12:03.62 Avon Grace Mazo
 Palau
12:36.74 Banrenga Baikia
 Kiribati
12:41.75
High Jump Carrissa Dkar Subris
 Palau
1.52 Barbara Gbewonyo
 Palau
1.40 Kimaia Dan Murdoch
 Kiribati
1.35
Long Jump Kaitinano Mwemweata
 Kiribati
4.50 Barbara Gbewonyo
 Palau
4.39 Connie Camacho
 Northern Mariana Islands
4.28
Triple Jump Barbara Gbewonyo
 Palau
8.78
Shot Put Chandis Cooper
 Palau
10.38 Maleah Umerang Tengadik
 Palau
9.49 Cristabel Gbewonyo
 Palau
9.15
Discus Throw Chandis Cooper
 Palau
28.94 Julie Tokyo
 Northern Mariana Islands
27.61 Kimaia Dan Murdoch
 Kiribati
27.10
Hammer Throw Christina Duenas
 Guam
18.94
Javelin Throw Maleah Umerang Tengadik
 Palau
36.97 Julie Tokyo
 Northern Mariana Islands
30.54 Christina Duenas
 Guam
27.11
4 x 100 metres relay  Palau A 51.89  Nauru 53.45  Palau B 53.93
4 x 400 metres relay  Palau 4:35.89  Nauru 4:49.18

: non-championship event

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
800 metres Medley relay  Palau 1:42:28  Nauru 1:45.51  Kiribati 1:47.37

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Palau 13 12 8 33
2  F.S. Micronesia 7 3 4 14
3  Guam 6 3 3 12
4  Kiribati 3 2 6 11
5  Nauru 0 5 2 7
6  Northern Mariana Islands 0 3 3 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Monroyo, Roselyn (August 6, 2010), Yvonne sets records in 100m, Saipan Tribune, retrieved February 13, 2014 
  2. ^ MICRONESIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved February 13, 2014