2006 Oceania Youth Athletics Championships

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VIII Oceania Youth Athletics Championships
DatesDecember 13–16
Host cityApia, Upolu, Samoa Samoa
VenueApia Park
LevelYouth
Events37 (19 boys, 18 girls)
Participation148 (90 boys, 58 girls) athletes from
19 nations

The 2006 Oceania Youth Athletics Championships were held at the Apia Park in Apia, Samoa, between December 13–16, 2006. They were held together with the 2006 Oceania Open Championships. A total of 37 events were contested, 19 by boys and 18 by girls.

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results can be found on the webpages of the Oceania Athletics Association,[1][2][3] of Athletics PNG,[4] of Athletics Samoa.[5] and of the World Junior Athletics History.[6]

Boys under 18 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 0.9 m/s)
 David Ambler (NZL) 11.02  Michael Gordon (AUS) 11.16  Taupo Sefo (SAM) 11.30
200 metres
(wind: -0.9 m/s)
 Andrew Underwood (NZL) 22.01  Ethan Stewart (NZL) 22.60  David Ambler (NZL) 22.66
400 metres  Andrew Underwood (NZL) 48.60  Joshua Ahwong (AUS) 49.51  Simon Thieury (PYF) 50.06
800 metres  Joshua Ahwong (AUS) 1:57.24  Douglas Bale (SOL) 2:01.38  Justin Monier (PYF) 2:02.94
1500 metres  Iulio Lafai (SAM) 4:34.24  Justin Monier (PYF) 4:35.74  David Townsel (GUM) 4:36.70
3000 metres  Dominic Channon (NZL) 9:43.38  Iulio Lafai (SAM) 9:48.44  Sisa Macdonald (SOL) 9:59.04
110 metres hurdles
(wind: 0.9 m/s)
 Shay Taylor (NZL) 15.04  Vincent Siululu (SAM) 15.29  Jamie Keehn (AUS) 15.35
400 metres hurdles  Daniel O'Shea (NZL) 54.47  Simon Thieury (PYF) 54.71  Taupo Sefo (SAM) 55.28
High Jump  Josh Hall (AUS) 2.03  David Thompson (NZL) 1.94  Ogun Robert (NCL) 1.94
Long Jump  Michael Gordon (AUS) 7.13  David Thompson (NZL) 6.82  Ogun Robert (NCL) 6.70
Triple Jump  Eugene Vollmer (FIJ) 13.68  David Thompson (NZL) 13.59  Vincent Siululu (SAM) 13.29
Shot Put  James Doyle (NZL) 15.62  Loic Tuaira (PYF) 14.81  Henry Satupai (SAM) 13.98
Discus Throw  Rooarii Pito (PYF) 49.09  Jacob Croot (NZL) 48.33  Mikaele Manuele (SAM) 44.21
Hammer Throw  Tom McGuire (AUS) 52.14  Rooarii Pito (PYF) 47.73  Alexis Valdenaire (PYF) 46.59
Javelin Throw  Jamie Keehn (AUS) 64.33  David Thompson (NZL) 56.86  Dougwin Franz (PLW) 50.55
Octathlon  Jamie McLean (NZL) 4916  Leon Mengloi (PLW) 4386  Penisimani Moimoi (TGA) 4208
3.0km Cross Country  David Townsel (GUM) 14:40  Nathaniel Mateo (NMI) 14:57  Victorino Untalan (NMI) 16:06
4 x 100 metres relay  New Zealand
Ethan Stewart
Andrew Underwood
Daniel O'Shea
David Ambler
44.0  Australia
James Buckby
Joshua Ahwong
Scott Campbell
Michael Gordon
45.0  Tonga
Kaneti Felela
Viliami Niupalau
Esau Vakameilalo
Penisimani Moimoi
47.0

Girls under 18 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: 3.3 m/s)
 Jennifer Tagney (AUS) 12.18 w  Annabelle Coates (NZL) 12.43 w  Bessie Hayes (AUS) 12.46 w
200 metres
(wind: -0.9 m/s)
 Jennifer Tagney (AUS) 25.65  Salote Niulevu (FIJ) 26.37  Sopolema Tuitama (SAM) 27.00
400 metres  Sophie Healey (NZL) 57.34  Jane Merry (AUS) 58.55  Laura Komaitai (FIJ) 60.33
800 metres  Rebecca Jenner (AUS) 2:21.07  Jane Merry (AUS) 2:23.37  Haley Nemra (MHL) 2:31.08
1500 metres  Camille Buscomb (NZL) 4:45.88  Eka Faitala (SAM) 5:27.72  Haley Nemra (MHL) 5:32.57
3000 metres  Camille Buscomb (NZL) 10:01.32  Hayley Green (NZL) 10:15.18  Banrenga Baikia (KIR) 14:09.92
100 metres hurdles
(wind: -0.1 m/s)
 Tracey Hale (NZL) 14.83  Penateti Feke (TGA) 15.56  Vasi Feke (TGA) 15.80
400 metres hurdles  Sela Va'enuku (TGA) 71.38
High Jump  Sarah Saddleton (NZL) 1.75  Johanna Sui (PYF) 1.51  Lu'isa Taufatofua (TGA)
 Kalina Mama'o (TGA)
1.48
Long Jump  Annabelle Coates (NZL) 5.65  Sarah Saddleton (NZL) 5.26  Johanna Sui (PYF) 5.20
Triple Jump  Phoebe Lester (NZL) 11.38  Sopolema Tuitama (SAM) 11.13  Lucinda May (NZL) 11.03
Shot Put  Margaret Satupai (SAM) 13.67  Vanessa Hurley (NZL) 12.89  Te Rina Keenan (NZL) 12.24
Discus Throw  Te Rina Keenan (NZL) 44.46  Dorothy Kiria (COK) 27.26  Judy Tuara (COK) 26.23
Hammer Throw  Millie McNie (NZL) 41.16  Lucinda May (NZL) 37.22  Suzy Vercoe (NFK) 34.79
Javelin Throw  Shakira Winmar (AUS) 40.83  Stephanie Wrathall (NZL) 40.65  Judy Tuara (COK) 39.83
Heptathlon  Lucinda May (NZL) 4194
3.0km Cross Country  Jacquelin Wonenberg (NMI) 18:57  Cherith Fisher (MHL) 23:24
4 x 100 metres relay  Australia
Sarah Busby
Sarah Mackaway
Jane Merry
Jennifer Tagney
49.2  New Zealand
Tracey Hale
Annabelle Coates
Caroline Podmore
Sophie Healey
50.8  Tonga
Vasi Feke
Sela Va'enuku
Kalina Mama'o
Penateti Feke
52.8

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
800 metres Medley relay (100m x 100m x 200m x 400m)  Australia
Bessie Hayes
Michael Gordon
Jennifer Tagney
Joshua Ahwong
1:37.26  Tonga
Sela Va'enuku
Viliami Niupalau
Penateti Feke
Kaneti Felela
1:42.87  Samoa 1:44.38

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  *   Host nation (Samoa)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 New Zealand (NZL)1913335
2 Australia (AUS)115218
3 Samoa (SAM)*24713
4 French Polynesia (PYF)15410
5 Tonga (TON)1269
6 Fiji (FIJ)1113
 Northern Mariana Islands (NMI)1113
8 Guam (GUM)1012
9 Cook Islands (COK)0123
 Marshall Islands (MHL)0123
11 Palau (PLW)0112
 Solomon Islands (SOL)0112
13 New Caledonia (NCL)0022
14 Kiribati (KIR)0011
 Norfolk Island (NFK)0011
Totals (15 nations)373535107


Participation (unofficial)[edit]

An unofficial count yields the number of about 148 athletes from 19 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oceania Championships - 13/12/2006 to 16/12/2006 - U18/Open Area Championships - Apia Park, Apia, Samoa - Results - Thursday, OAA, December 15, 2006, retrieved March 7, 2013[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ Oceania Championships - 13/12/2006 to 16/12/2006 - U18/Open Area Championships - Apia Park, Apia, Samoa - Results - Friday, OAA, December 16, 2006, retrieved March 7, 2013[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Oceania Championships - 13/12/2006 to 16/12/2006 - U18/Open Area Championships - Apia Park, Apia, Samoa - Results - Saturday Afternoon, OAA, December 18, 2006, retrieved March 7, 2013[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Oceania Championships - 13/12/2006 to 16/12/2006 - U18/Open Area Championships - Apia Park, Apia, Samoa - Results, Athletics PNG, retrieved March 7, 2013
  5. ^ Oceania Athletics Championships - Samoa 2006 - Full Results, Athletics Samoa, retrieved March 7, 2013
  6. ^ WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH"), archived from the original on August 31, 2013, retrieved March 21, 2013