2017 Oceania Athletics Championships

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XVI Oceania Athletics Championships
Host citySuva, Fiji Fiji
Date(s)June 28 – July 1
Main stadiumANZ Stadium
LevelSenior
Participation21 + 1 nations
Events43
Records set6
2019

The 2017 Oceania Athletics Championships were held at the ANZ Stadium in Suva, Fiji between June 28 and July 1, 2017.[1] The event was held jointly with the Oceania under 18 and under 20 championships, including exhibition events for masters and for athletes with disabilities (parasports).[2]

Participating nations (Unofficial)[edit]

A total of 22 teams participated in the senior championships. There were 21 nations with 1 regional team from Australia. The regional Australian team (RAT) competed separately and not as Australia.[3][4]

Medal table (Unofficial)[edit]

  *   Host nation (Fiji)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia1114833
2 Papua New Guinea1012729
3 Fiji*86721
4 New Zealand62412
5 Samoa3025
6 New Caledonia2136
7 Solomon Islands1315
8Northern Territory/Queensland Northern Australia1023
9 American Samoa1001
10 Tonga0123
11 Cook Islands0112
12 French Polynesia0011
Totals (12 nations)434038121

Medal Summary[edit]

A total of 47 events were originally scheduled for the championships, however, 3 events for women were cancelled due to no entries, while medals for the men's 5000m race walk were never distributed because of both entries disqualified. Resulting in a total of 43 medal events.

Complete results can be found on the Oceania Athletics Association webpage.[5]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: -2.4 m/s)
Jeremy Dodson
 Samoa
10.86 Nazmie-Lee Marai
 Papua New Guinea
10.88 Jonty Flottmann
 Australia
10.99
200 metres
(wind: -1.3 m/s)
Jeremy Dodson
 Samoa
20.80 Nazmie-Lee Marai
 Papua New Guinea
21.64 Wesley Logorava
 Papua New Guinea
21.77
400 metres Murray Goodwin
 Australia
47.53 Samuela Railoa
 Fiji
48.16 Theo Piniau
 Papua New Guinea
48.49
800 metres Alain Dutton
 Australia
1:56.06 Martin Orovo
 Papua New Guinea
1:57.21 Alex Beddoes
 Cook Islands
2:01.46
1500 metres Alain Dutton
 Australia
4:16.20 George Yamak
 Papua New Guinea
4:17.28 Martin Orovo
 Papua New Guinea
4:21.71
5000 metres Simbai Kaspar
 Papua New Guinea
15:50.25 Patrick Kam
 Solomon Islands
16:04.12 Liam Woollett
 Australia
16:09.59
10,000 metres Avikash Lal
 Fiji
33:16.04 Patrick Kam
 Solomon Islands
33:46.88 Simbai Kaspar
 Papua New Guinea
33:56.83
5000 metres race walk All competitors disqualified
10,000 metres race walk Pramesh Prasad
 Fiji
1:06:53.42
110 metres hurdles
(wind: -2.2 m/s)
Terrell Mckenzie
 Australia
14.77 Talatala Po'oi
 Tonga
15.51 Kolone Alefosio
 Samoa
15.78
400 metres hurdles Ephraim Lerkin
 Papua New Guinea
51.71 Mowen Boino
 Papua New Guinea
53.57 Harrison Roubin
 Australia
54.25
3000 metres steeplechase Atama Vunibola
 Fiji
11:15.27

4 × 100 metres relay  Australia
Sam Toleman
Jonty Flottmann
Terrell McKenzie
Nicholas Bate
41.51  Papua New Guinea
Nelson Stone
Nazmie-Lee Marai
Wesley Logorava
Charles Livuan
41.87  Samoa
Shu Peng Ah Vui
Quinton Dodson
Joseph Paletasala
Jeremy Dodson
41.88
4 × 400 metres relay  Fiji
Emosi Sukanaivalu
Kameli Sauduadua
Sailosi Tubuilagi
Samuela Railoa
3:17.83  Papua New Guinea
Emmanuel Wanga
Peniel Joshua
Ephraim Lerkin
Kaminiel Matlaun
3:18.30  Tonga
Heamatangi Tu'ivai
Fine Tokai
Larry Sulunga
Ronald Fotof
3:22.40
High jump Malakai Kaiwalu
 Fiji
2.04m Sebastian Gray
 Australia
1.98m Meli Kolanavanua
 Fiji
1.90m
Pole vault Caihe Caihe
 New Caledonia
3.80m
Long jump Isireli Bulivorovoro
 Fiji
7.28m w(wind: +2.6 m/s) Sam Toleman
 Australia
7.14 w (wind: +3.4 m/s) Waisale Dausoko
 Fiji
7.00m (wind: +0.9 m/s)
Triple jump Peniel Richard
 Papua New Guinea
14.56m (wind: -1.3 m/s) Kalaveti Mokosiro
 Fiji
13.66m (wind: +0.0 m/s) Andrew Allan
 New Zealand
13.30m (wind: +0.3 m/s)
Shot put Mustafa Fall
 Fiji
15.68m Debono Paraka
 Papua New Guinea
15.64m Jean Vehikite
 New Caledonia
13.10m
Discus throw Alexander Rose
 Samoa
61.12m CR Mustafa Fall
 Fiji
45.86m Debono Paraka
 Papua New Guinea
44.40m
Hammer throw Ram Abhineet
 Fiji
55.17m Debono Paraka
 Papua New Guinea
39.45m
Javelin throw Ben Burnell
 New Zealand
78.10m CR Alex Wood
 New Zealand
65.79m Pita Tamani
 Fiji
65.10m
Decathlon Max Attwell
 New Zealand
6975 pts Martin Clark
 Australia
6171 pts Matthew Wecker
 Australia
6031 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: -2.3 m/s)
Toea Wisil
 Papua New Guinea
11.63 Morgan Gaffney
 Australia
12.24 Jessica Peris
 Australia
12.27
200 metres
(wind: +0.4 m/s)
Toea Wisil
 Papua New Guinea
23.24 CR Larissa Pasternatsky
 Australia
23.56 Jessica Peris
 Australia
24.06
400 metres Jessica Haig
 Australia
57.70 Shirley Vunatup
 Papua New Guinea
58.35 Elenani Tinai
 Fiji
58.70
800 metres Keely Waters
 Australia
2:12.49 Tia Brady
 Australia
2:13.38 Poro Gahekave
 Papua New Guinea
2:20.71
1500 metres Hannah Miller
 New Zealand
4:36.07 Audrey Hall
 Australia
4:43.54 Poro Gahekave
 Papua New Guinea
4:47.26
5000 metres Hannah Miller
 New Zealand
17:08.47 Audrey Hall
 Australia
17:29.15 Sharon Firisua
 Solomon Islands
18:08.05
10,000 metres Sharon Firisua
 Solomon Islands
37:54.60 CR Dianah Matekali
 Solomon Islands
39:47.00 Sophie Bouchonnet
 French Polynesia
39:56.76
5000 metres race walk Cancelled due to no entries
10,000 metres race walk Cancelled due to no entries
110 metres hurdles
(wind: -2.2 m/s)
Ashleigh Sando
 New Zealand
14.37 Summer Johnson
 Australia
14.57 Carla Takchi
 Australia
14.82
400 metres hurdles Raylyne Kanam
 Papua New Guinea
1:05.40 Trudy Davidson
 Australia
1:07.35 Ariana Blackwood
 New Zealand
1:07.96
3000 metres steeplechase Cancelled due to no entries
4 × 100 metres relay  Australia
Summer Johnson
Jessica Peris
Morgan Gaffney
Larissa Pasternatsky
46.26  Fiji
Laisani Moceisawana
Makereta Naulu
Elenoa Sailosi
Younis Bese
47.88 Northern Territory/Queensland Northern Australia
Mikielee Snow
Emily Dixon
Natasha Rudder
Kayla Montagner
49.07
4 × 400 metres relay  Australia
Tia Brady
Trudy Davidson
Hannah Cox
Jessica Haig
3:56.86  Papua New Guinea
Shirley Vunatup
Nancy Malamut
Leonie Beu
Raylyne Kanam
4:05.11  Fiji
Maria Noela
Elenani Tinai
Tavenisa Senigacali
Filomena Balobalo
4:19.87
High jump Rellie Kaputin
 Papua New Guinea
1.65m Rosalia Raqato
 Fiji
1.56m Nanise Tavisa
 Fiji
1.53m
Pole vault Jamie Scroop
 Australia
4.00m CR Katherine Iannello
 Australia
3.60m
Long jump Rellie Kaputin
 Papua New Guinea
5.86m (wind: -1.1 m/s) Jessie Harper
 Australia
5.75m (wind: -1.1 m/s) Ashleigh Sando
 New Zealand
5.66m (wind: +0.7 m/s)
Triple jump Rellie Kaputin
 Papua New Guinea
13.05m CR (wind: +1.6 m/s) Allison Nankivell
 Australia
12.91m w (wind: +2.2 m/s) Anna Thomson
 New Zealand
12.51m (wind: +1.8 m/s)
Shot put Maddison-Lee Wesche
 New Zealand
15.27m Ashley Bologna
 New Caledonia
14.68m Atamaama Tu'Utafaiva
 Tonga
14.07m
Discus throw Patria Vaimaona
 American Samoa
45.48m Tereapii Tapoki
 Cook Islands
44.83m Falakika Fakate
 New Caledonia
41.68m
Hammer throw Mikayla Horan
Northern Territory/Queensland Northern Australia
46.63m Emma Werner
 Australia
44.80m Coranne Truques
 New Caledonia
43.72m
Javelin throw Linda Selui
 New Caledonia
47.29m Sharon Toako
 Papua New Guinea
43.54m Elena Caucau
 Fiji
40.27m
Heptathlon Adrine Monagi
 Papua New Guinea
4639 pts Ariana Backwood
 New Zealand
4369 pts Vicky Clark
 Australia
4136 pts

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed 800m sprint medley relay  Australia
Carla Takchi
Jordan Shelley
Jessica Payne
Murray Goodwin
1:33.94  Fiji
Laisani Moceisawana
Aaron Powell
Makereta Naulu
Samuela Railoa
1:35.78 Northern Territory/Queensland Northern Australia
Emily Dixon
Jaqson Dagan
Kayla Montagner
Jay Stone
1:38.76

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oceania Athletics Championships – Suva 2017 – Competition Manual (PDF), Oceania Athletics Association, retrieved June 27, 2017
  2. ^ Oceania champs return to Fiji, Radio New Zealand, retrieved June 28, 2017
  3. ^ Oceania athletics centerstage - Fiji fields largest team, Fiji Sun, retrieved June 25, 2017
  4. ^ Biggest event, Fiji Times, retrieved June 28, 2017
  5. ^ Oceania Athletics Championships - Full Results, Oceania Athletics Association, retrieved July 2, 2017