2005 Polynesian Championships in Athletics

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II Polynesian Championships in Athletics
DatesOctober or November
Host cityPapeete, French Polynesia French Polynesia
VenueStade Pater Te Hono Nui
LevelSenior
Events22 (11 men, 10 women, 1 mixed)
Participation5 nations

The 2005 Polynesian Championships in Athletics took place in October[1] or November,[2] 2005. The event was held at the Stade Pater Te Hono Nui in Papeete, French Polynesia.

A total of 22 events were contested, 11 by men, 10 by women, and 1 mixed.

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results can be found on the Oceania Athletics Association webpage[1] and on the webpage of the French Polynesia Athletics Federation (Fédération d'Athlétisme de Polynésie Française).[2]

Men[edit]

Event First Second Third
100 metres Inoke Finau
 Tonga
11.66 Tevai Teiho
 French Polynesia
11.77 Taupo Sefo
 Samoa
11.78
200 metres Taupo Sefo
 Samoa
23.52 Toriki Urarii
 French Polynesia
24.08 Adrian Ismaili
 American Samoa
24.79
800 metres Justin Monier
 French Polynesia
2:02.17 Stany Conan
 French Polynesia
2:05.57 Valentin Laboube
 French Polynesia
2:06.54
1500 metres Iulio Lafai
 Samoa
4:33.04 Stany Conan
 French Polynesia
4:39.17 Valentin Laboube
 French Polynesia
4:40.90
110 metres hurdles Toriki Urarii
 French Polynesia
14.81 CR Inoke Finau
 Tonga
15.47 Simon Thieury
 French Polynesia
15.50
High Jump Simon Thieury
 French Polynesia
1.80m CR Justin Monier
 French Polynesia
1.60m
Long Jump John Bosco Stowers
 Samoa
6.18m Arehoe Roura
 French Polynesia
5.92m Tevai Teiho
 French Polynesia
5.88m
Triple Jump John Bosco Stowers
 Samoa
13.02m Salesi Sete
 Tonga
12.82m Arehoe Roura
 French Polynesia
12.53m
Shot Put Tumatai Dauphin
 French Polynesia
17.39m CR Loic Tuira
 French Polynesia
14.74m Lonely Kengike
 Tonga
13.84m
Discus Throw Tumatai Dauphin
 French Polynesia
46.62m CR Maitoa Pito
 French Polynesia
45.54m Mikaele O'Brien Manuele
 Samoa
41.27m
Javelin Throw Vaihau Botari
 French Polynesia
53.71m CR Teamo Papa
 French Polynesia
49.33m Frédéric Wanai
 French Polynesia
47.93m

Women[edit]

Event First Second Third
100 metres Penateti Feke
 Tonga
13.12 Taliilagi Murphy
 Samoa
13.43 Sela Va’enuku
 Tonga
13.49
200 metres Taliilagi Murphy
 Samoa
27.61 Glara Ngametua
 Cook Islands
28.21 Raihei Tauaroa
 French Polynesia
28.59
800 metres Eka Faitala
 Samoa
2:29.98 Heiata Brinkfield
 French Polynesia
2:30.14 Heimata Noresmat
 French Polynesia
2:38.76
1500 metres Eka Faitala
 Samoa
5:45.37 Heiata Brinkield
 French Polynesia
5:45.80 Neti Kae
 Cook Islands
6:06.24
100 metres hurdles Terani Faremiro
 French Polynesia
15.10 CR Johanna Sui
 French Polynesia
15.65 Penateti Feke
 Tonga
16.30
High Jump Terani Faremiro
 French Polynesia
1.61m CR Johanna Sui
 French Polynesia
1.57m Toakase Nau
 Tonga
1.54m
Long Jump Coralie Gourdon
 French Polynesia
4.79m CR Samantha Lockington
 Cook Islands
4.67m Vahinetua Flaccadori
 French Polynesia
4.52m
Triple Jump Toakase Nau
 Tonga
10.30m CR Vahinetua Flaccadori
 French Polynesia
10.21m Heiaute Estall
 French Polynesia
10.05m
Shot Put Vanessa Wanai
 French Polynesia
10.57m Mako’o Koloa
 Tonga
10.44m Mahana Dexter
 French Polynesia
10.37m
Discus Throw Mako’o Koloa
 Tonga
31.31m Tania Tiarii
 French Polynesia
28.40m Maria Magele
 Samoa
26.46m
Javelin Throw Vanessa Wanai
 French Polynesia
36.10m Tekura Kaukura
 Cook Islands
35.74m Maria Magele
 Samoa
30.45m

Mixed[edit]

Event First Second Third
800 metres Medley relay  Samoa
John Bosco Stowers
Taliilagi Murphy
Eka Faitala
Taupo Sefo
1:47.17  Tahiti Iti
Terootae Urarii
Vahinetua Flaccadori
Raihei Tauaroa
Tevai Teiho
1:49.90  Tahiti Nui
Toriki Urarii
Heiata Brinkfield
Johanna Sui
Justin Monnier
1:50.37


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  *   Host nation (French Polynesia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 French Polynesia (TAH)*11151137
2 Samoa (SAM)71412
3 Tonga (TON)43411
4 Cook Islands (COK)0314
5 American Samoa (ASA)0011
Totals (5 nations)22222165


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Polynesian Sub-Regional Championships - Results (in French), OAA, 10 October 2005, retrieved February 15, 2014
  2. ^ a b Meuel, Peter (7 November 2005), Océania 2005 (in French), Fédération d'Athlétisme de Polynésie Française, archived from the original on 23 February 2014, retrieved February 15, 2014