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Oceania Virtual Athletics Championships

Oceania Virtual Athletics Championships

Oceania Athletics is pleased to announce 2021 Oceania Athletics Virtual Championships.

With the world, and especially the Pacific feeling the effects of the Global Covid-19 Pandemic, it has meant that it is now, over 2 years, since we have been able to gather as an Oceania Athletics Family in person.

However, with travel on the horizon, and Federations with the ability to host athletics competitions, it’s a great time for to come together as an Area and compete against each other Virtually.

The inclusive Virtual Championships, see athletes of all ages and abilities, compete, albeit virtually for Medals and to be crowned Oceania Virtual Champion. With the Championships held in partnership with Oceania Masters Athletics Association, this will see champions crowned and medals awarded across multiple age groups, from under 14 to 80 years of age.

The inclusion of para-athletes, looking towards the Pacific Mini Games in 2022, as well as Oceania Championships and then on to the World Championships in Kobe, Japan.

With planning in the works for an Oceania Championships in the middle of 2022, these virtual championships will give athletes the opportunity to test themselves against the rest of Oceania.

Looking forward to seeing the results come through and hosting everyone in person in 2022.

To register:

Follow the link to register and pay the entry fee.

Compete in your event between the 15th of October and 20th of December.

Upload your results.

If you are organising a competition, and would like to be eligible to submit all results for the Oceania Virtual Championships, please contact competitions@oceaniaathletics.com

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