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Oceania Athletics Events 2022 – Technical Officials Expression of Interest

Oceania Athletics Events 2022 – Technical Officials Expression of Interest

The Oceania Athletics Association is now calling for Technical Officials’ Expressions of Interest to be considered for 2022 Athletics Events to be conducted in the Oceania Area.  The Oceania Athletics Association would be pleased if any interested official would send through their Expression of Interest to attend any of the Competitions listed below.

Oceania Athletics Championships          Mackay, Australia                                        7-11 June 2022

Pacific Mini Games                               Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands              21-25 June 2022

Officials should nominate through the on-line OAA Officials’ Nomination System:

Click on link and complete required information.  The information that you enter will be automatically delivered to the Oceania Athletics Association office.

Expressions of Interest should be received no later than: 14 February 2022

Notification of appointments will be advised by 1 March 2022.

All Officials who are considered for appointment must, in the first instance, be actively officiating at the Member Federation level and be approved by their Member Federation.  To ensure that there are no delays in appointments, it is recommended that your nomination is accompanied by your Federation’s approval.

Please be advised that Technical Officials will be required to meet their own travel and accommodation expenses, more details regarding this will be sent out with the initial appointments. 

For the Oceania Championships costs for accommodation will be around $80-$100AUD per person per night, in a shared room.

Officials should NOT book non-refundable travel until such time as they have confirmation of appointment. 

For further information, please contact the OAA Office: or