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  1. 2020 Melanesian Championships: New Location
  2. NMA 38th Annual Christmas Island Relay
  3. Congratulations to newly elected OAA President Robin Sapong Eugenio of the Northen Mariana Islands
  4. McSweyn claims Zatopek 10,000m Victory in Record Time
  5. Sir Peter Snell, a New Zealand Athletic Legend who Always be Remembered
  6. Day 9 & 10: Doha Report
  7. Doha Report: Day 8
  8. Doha Day 7: Report
  9. Doha Report: Day 6
  10. Doha Report: Day 3
  11. Doha – Day Two
  12. Day 1: Competition Begins
  13. Press Release: 2021 OCEANIA AREA CHAMPIONSHIPS
  14. Sally Pearson, one of Australia’s greatest Olympians, has announced her retirement. 
  15. Oceania Athletics Council 2019-2023
  16. AREA NEWS
  17. Weekly Recap
  18. PNG Athletes Graduate from their respective Universities in the US

IAAF Veteran Pin Recipients – Oceania

1932

E S Marks (Australia)

1956

Rick Pannell (Australia)
Hugh Weir (Australia)

1962

Stan Leeder (New Zealand)

1964

Harold Austad (New Zealand)

1966

Arthur Hodsdon (Australia)

1972

Doris Magee (Australia)

1980

Ossie Melville (New Zealand)

1982

Lee Morrison (Australia)

1984

Clive Lee (Australia)

1986

Arthur Eustace (New Zealand)

1987

Ian Boyd (New Zealand)

1989

Peter Andersen (Papua New Guinea)

1991

Graeme Briggs (Australia)
Jean Tranut (Vanuatu)

1993

Marlene Mathews (Australia)
Didier Poppe (Oceania)

1995

Margaret Mahony (Australia)
Atma Maharaj (Fiji)
Alan Stevens (New Zealand)

1997

Don Chadderton (New Zealand)

1999

Brian Roe (Australia)
Anne Tierney (Cook islands)
Viliame SaulekalekaTunidau (Fiji)

2001

Geoff Annear (New Zealand)
Bill Bailey (Australia)
Robin Mitchell (Fiji)

2003

Jill Huxley (Australia)
Naomi Pollum (Papua New Guinea)
Ashley Taylor (New Zealand)

2005

Tony Rice (Australia)
Roderick Syme (New Zealand)
Filimoni Vuli Waqa (Fiji)

2007

Laura Mangham (Palau)
Fletcher McEwen (Australia)
Ancel Nalau (Vanuatu)

2009

Willie Fong (Samoa)
Anthony Green (Papua New Guinea)
Titaua Juventin (French Polynesia)

2011

Jim Blair (New Zealand)
Reginald Brandis (Australia)
Paul Jenes (Australia)

2013

Geoffrey Gardner (Norfolk Island)
Albert Miller (Fiji)
Robert Snow (Australia)

2015

Robert Cruise (Australia)
Geoffrey Martin (Australia)
Trevor Spittle (New Zealand)

2017

Annette Purvis (New Zealand)
Yvonne Mullins (Australia)
Jim Tobin (Federated States of Micronesia)