Oceania Athletics Association has partnered with Griffith University and the Oceania Australia Foundation to provide a three-year Business/Athletics Scholarship. Nominations were called from interested Oceania Pacific Island athletes for this fantastic opportunity. Adrine Monagi PNG has been awarded the Scholarship and is starting her studies for a Bachelor of Business this week. Adrine is very…
High Performance Training Centre
March 7, 2023
Adrine Monagi Awarded Scholarship
November 21, 2022
Expressions of Interest: Coaches
Oceania Athletics Association is calling for Expressions of Interest from accredited coaches (Gold Coast, Qld area) who would like to be considered for coaching opportunities for Oceania athletes visiting the Oceania High-Performance Training Centre. The athletes can be based at the HPTC for short or long-term stays and be at varying stages of development. If…
February 1, 2021
HPTC Athlete Sets a New Kiribati National Record
Lataisi Mwea of Kiribati, current HPTC athlete has set a new National Record on the weekend. Lataisi has been based at the OAA High Performance Training Centre from 2019 when he was initially sent by his Federation for a High Jump Training Scholarship. He commenced working with Coach Phil Newton and was able to improve…
September 8, 2020
Project W.I.N: HPTC Athletes take on Nutrition
The Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) identified Nutrition and Health as a priority area for the IAF funding. Nutrition is a major determinant of health, and promoting a healthy diet has the potential to substantially reduce the burden of disease and improve quality of life. OAA engaged the Griffith University Health Sciences, Nutrition and Dietetics department...
January 31, 2020
Fiji’s Sprinter, Heleina Young, Awarded Inaugural Scholarship
Congratulations to Heleina Young on being awarded the inaugural Griffith University Oceania Australia Foundation Athletics Business Scholarship. Heleina has been creating waves in the athletics arena around the region and caught the eye of OAA when she became the fastest high school athlete in Fiji to go under 12 seconds at the 2018 Coca-Cola Games....