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2020 Regional Championships

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The OAA Congress and Adminstation Seminar awarded the 2020 Regional Championships for the Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian Championships.

The Polynesian Championships will go to Nuku’alofa, Tonga. The Teufaiva Stadium, has recently undertaken a complete refurbishment, with the track being replaced by Polytan. A strong tradition of athletics, with a spectacular schools competition each year. It has been over 20 years since Tonga has hosted an Oceania Athletics event.

The Micronesian Championships will head to back to Saipan.

  • Melanesia
    • Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea: June 26 to 28, 2020
    • AUS, FIJ, NCL, NFI, PNG, SOL, VAN, WAF
  • Micronesia
    • Saipan, Northern Mariana’s 11th to 13th June 2020
    • FSM, GUM, KIR, MHL, NMI, NRU, PLW
  • Polynesia
    • Teutaiva Stadium, Tonga: May 14, 15 2020
    • ASA, COK, NZL, NIU, PYF, SAM, TGA, TUV

Member Federations will be funded to their own regional championships, however are invited to compete in all Championships utilising their own funding.

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