IAAF Centenary Award Recipients

The IAAF Centenary Medals are presented to those individuals in the Area who have made an exceptional contribution to the development of the sport of athletics within the region.

Medals

Geoffrey Annear (NZL)

Life Member of OAA, Former Vice President of Oceania Athletics Association, International Walks Judge

William Bailey (AUS)

Life Member OAA and Athletics Australia, former Executive Director, OAA, former Area Representative on IAAF Council and Personal Life Member IAAF and current member IAAF Competition Commission

Arthur Eustace (NZL)

Life Member of OAA, Honorary Personal Life Member IAAF, Life Member and Patron Athletics New Zealand

Geoff Gardner (NFI)

OAA Council Member and current President, OAA and IAAF Area Representative, General Secretary Athletics Norfolk Island

Clive Lee (AUS)

Life Member OAA and Athletics Australia and Athletics Tasmania, Founding OAA Council Member

Margaret Mahoney (AUS)

Life Member OAA and Athletics Australia, Past OAA Council Member,  former member IAAF Womens’ Committee and Current Member School and Youth Commission

Fletcher McEwen (AUS)

Former Regional Development Centre Director, Oceania Athletics Association Statistician, Founding President OACA

Yvonne Mullins (AUS)

Former OAA Council Member, Current OAA Executive Director, President Athletics North Queensland, Board Member Queensland Athletics, LOC Chairperson, OAA Championships, Townsville 20o4

Brian Roe (AUS)

President Athletics Tasmania, International Technical Official, Member IAAF Technical Committee, Life Member Athletics Tasmania

Bob Snow (AUS)

Former OAA Statistician, Life Member Papua New Guinea Athletics Association.

Valerie Adams (NZL)
Reg Brandis (AUS)
Janelle Eldridge (AUS)
Robin Eugenio (NMI)
Tony Green (PNG)
Titaua Juventin (PYF)
David Little (KIR)
Geoffrey Martin (AUS)
Albert Miller (FIJ)
Robin Mitchell (FIJ)
Cliff Mallett (AUS)
Laura Mangham (PLW)
Ina Marsters (COK)
Josephine Pinto (GUM)
Jane Saville (AUS)
Trevor Spittle (NZL)
Alan Stevens (NZL)
Rodney Syme (NZL)
Anne Tierney (COK)
Daniel Vicente (PYF)