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World Athletics Indoor Championships Belgrade

World Athletics Indoor Championships Belgrade

4 Medals – 1 Silver and 3 Bronze 

5 Area Indoor Records

11 Top 8 Finishes

An incredible result for Oceania at the 2022 World Athletics Indoor Championships – Belgrade, Serbia.

Australia claimed two medals, with high jumper Eleanor Patterson soaring to silver and Ash Moloney claiming back-to-back global bronze. New Zealand claimed 2 Medals with Tom Walsh continuing his bronze reign, and Hamish Kerr became the first New Zealander to win a global (world championships or Olympic) high jump medal with a magnificent bronze.

Patterson etched her name into the history books for the second time this year, when she claimed a silver medal and recorded a new Australian indoor record in the women’s high jump. 

Patterson cleared the 2.00m milestone for the first time, adding a centimetre to the indoor record she set last month. Although she put up a strong fight, Ukraine’s Yaroslava Mahuchikh, took the title with a 2.02m clearance, dedicating her emotional victory to her country.

Ash Moloney claimed back-to-back global bronze and a new national record to match, securing 6,344 points in the seven-event heptathlon. Moloney went into Day 2 of the competition in third place, but with a narrow gap between himself and fourth and fifth place, the bronze medallist was forced to push through pain in his knee to clinch the victory.

A brilliant fourth successive World Indoor podium finish for Tom Walsh who takes bronze with an Oceania Indoor record of 22.31m in Belgrade, Serbia. Tom added a bronze medal to his previous golds (2016, 2018) and bronze (2014). 

Hamish Kerr matched his national outdoor record of 2.31m to make history at the 2022 World Indoor Championship in Belgrade and become the first New Zealander to win a global (world championships or Olympic) high jump medal with a magnificent bronze.

Full Results:

PATTERSON, EleanorHIGH JUMP2.00 AIR2nd  🥈
MOLONEY, AshleyHEPTATHLON6344 AIR3rd  🥉
KERR, HamishHIGH JUMP2.31 NIR3rd  🥉
WALSH, TomasSHOT PUT22.31 AIR3rd  🥉
BISSET, Catriona800 METRES2:01.245th
HOARE, Oliver1500 METRES3:34.36 SB5th
DOUGLAS, Chris60 METRES HURDLES7.56 AIR7.607th SF5th F
MCTAGGART, OliviaPOLE VAULT4.606th
HULL, Jessica3000 METRES8:44.976th
HALL, Linden1500 METRES4:06.34 SB6th
MARSCHALL, KurtisPOLE VAULT5.757th
CLAY, Liz60 METRES HURDLES8.0110th
BEAMISH, George3000 METRES7:46.9110th
HOBBS, Zoe60 METRES7.167.13 AIR11th SF7th H
RAMSDEN, Matthew3000 METRES7:49.82 SB12th
HUNTER, Charlie800 METRES1:49.0713th
WILLEMS, Tom400 METRES46.7713th
RYAN, Lauren3000 METRES9:13.9319th
ANSTEY, Jack1500 METRES3:46.6823rd
ANDREWS, Nicholas60 METRES HURDLES7.7529th

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