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  2. Historical Moment for Ashley Moloney; Oceania’s first Decathlon Olympic Medal
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  5. Dame Valerie Adams: Oceania Athletics’ GOAT
  6. Oceania Identified Athlete from Tuvalu makes Olympic Debut
  7. Oceania Athletics Tokyo2020 Event Previews
  8. Jonah Harris on Track to Create Nauru History
  9. Global Conversation
  11. Oceania One Day Meetings 2020-21
  12. Cook Islands Games
  13. World Athletics – Wrap Up
  14. Lauren Bruce Claims Area Hammer Throw Record
  15. McSweyn Area Record
  16. Project W.I.N: HPTC Athletes take on Nutrition
  17. Area Record Holder Announces Retirement
  19. Alex Beddoes: Sportsmen of the Year
  21. Ratcliffe Sets New Area Record at Porritt Classic
  22. Oceania 20km Race Walk Championships
  23. Fiji’s Sprinter, Heleina Young, Awarded Inaugural Scholarship
  24. Tokyo Qualifiers, Records, and GIO OzDay10k
  25. Hull and Baxter Set New Area Records
  26. Palau: 4th Annual Koror Kolor Run
  27. Maurie Plant: Tributes and Memories
  28. 2020 Melanesian Championships: New Location
  29. NMA 38th Annual Christmas Island Relay
  30. Congratulations to newly elected OAA President Robin Sapong Eugenio of the Northen Mariana Islands
  31. McSweyn claims Zatopek 10,000m Victory in Record Time
  32. Sir Peter Snell, a New Zealand Athletic Legend who Always be Remembered
  33. Day 9 & 10: Doha Report
  34. Doha Report: Day 8
  35. Doha Day 7: Report
  36. Doha Report: Day 6
  37. Doha Report: Day 3
  38. Doha – Day Two
  39. Day 1: Competition Begins
  40. Press Release: 2021 OCEANIA AREA CHAMPIONSHIPS
  41. Sally Pearson, one of Australia’s greatest Olympians, has announced her retirement. 
  42. Oceania Athletics Council 2019-2023
  43. Oceania Virtual Athletics Championships
  44. Oceania Athletics Coaches’ Association – OACA
  45. Oceania Athletics Technical Officials Advisory Committee
  46. Throwing Cage Safety and Selection
  47. World Athletics Rules Change Summary

Weekly Recap

Weekly Recap

Conclusion of the World Para Championships

The Para Athletics World Championships has now concluded. The event took place at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium, in London and ran from 14th – 23rd. During the event 32 world records were broken across the course of the Championships. Oceania was represented with athletes from Australia and New Zealand. Australia had a successful championship, finishing 5th on the overall medal tally with 11 Gold Medal, 9 Silvers and 8 Bronze Medals. The stars for Australia were Isis Holt, and James Turner, bringing home 5 gold medals between.660335p7243EDNMainMaddi De Rozario-3

Opportunities in Vanuatu

The Vanuatu Games Organizing Committee is using the upcoming Games as an opportunity to reach out to Primary School students and pass on many valuable messages to them. The importance that sport plays in the lives of the people of Vanuatu is central to the outreach program. Young people are encouraged to participate in all sporting activities, and strive to be as good as they can. Not everybody can be a champion, but everybody can try their best. Central to the program are the messages about nutrition and healthy eating.

Maggie finishing her internship


As of the 24th of august is the start of the last week that Maggie Finnen will be interning at OAA on the Gold Coast. She started working at the OAA office on may the 2nd while working at the OAA office Maggie received the opportunity to go to Fiji and assist with the running of OAA area Championships. We wish all the best for Maggie in the future.


IAAF Connect

On Wednesday the 2nd of August the IAAF is hold the IAAF Connect, which is a event that is designed to bring together and inspire the global athletics community. Starting at 9:30am at Tate Modern, IAAF President Sebastian Coe is will be Starting the IAAF Athletics Connect 2017, delivering a keynote opening address to commence a day which is designed to inform, create discussion and provide opportunities to network for over 200 national federations. The day will consist of 12 keynote speeches & 10 panel discussions across four themes – ‘Governance & Integrity’, ‘Development and Coaching’, ‘Event Presentation & Technology’ and ‘Fan & Partner Engagement’. For more information visit the IAAF website.