2007 Polynesian Championships in Athletics

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III Polynesian Championships in Athletics
DatesOctober 16–17
Host cityRarotonga, Cook Islands Cook Islands
LevelU19
Events23 (12 men, 10 women, 1 mixed)
Participation48 athletes from
5 nations

The 2007 Polynesian Championships in Athletics took place between October 16–17, 2007. The event was held in Rarotonga, Cook Islands, in conjunction with the Cook Islands Secondary School Championships and the Cook Island National Track and Field Championships. It was open for athletes aged under 19.[1][2] Detailed reports were given for the OAA,[3][4] and for the French Polynesia Athletics Federation.[5]

A total of 23 events were contested, 12 by men, 10 by women, and 1 mixed.

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results can be found on the Oceania Athletics Association webpage,[6] and results for the first day on the webpage of the French Polynesia Athletics Federation (Fédération d'Athlétisme de Polynésie Française).[7]

Men[edit]

Event First Second Third
100 metres Andy Lui
 Tonga
11.2 Epeli Ika
 Tonga
11.4 Edward Tomasi
 Samoa
11.6
200 metres Andy Lui
 Tonga
22.9 Epeli Ika
 Tonga
23.1 Edward Tomasi
 Samoa
23.3
400 metres Iulio Lafai
 Samoa
53.1 Edward Tomasi
 Samoa
55.0 Yann Follin
 French Polynesia
56.3
800 metres Iulio Lafai
 Samoa
2:04.1 Valentin Laboube
 French Polynesia
2:11.1 Yann Follin
 French Polynesia
2:12.4
1500 metres Justin Monier
 French Polynesia
4.17.9 CR Iulio Lafai
 Samoa
4.25.9 Valentin Laboube
 French Polynesia
4.40.2
5000 metres Justin Monier
 French Polynesia
18:23.0 Iulio Lafai
 Samoa
18:41.0
High Jump Aisea Vakameilalo
 Tonga
1.90m CR Kris Williamson
 Cook Islands
1.73m George Baxter
 Cook Islands
1.64m
Long Jump Arthur Cognez
 French Polynesia
5.94m Hugh Henry
 Cook Islands
5.93m Junior Aifulu
 Samoa
5.60m
Triple Jump Aisea Vakameilalo
 Tonga
12.56m Junior Aiulu
 Samoa
12.04m
Shot Put Mikaele Manuele
 Samoa
14.91m Ben Moimoi
 Tonga
13.78m Maara Tuare
 Cook Islands
12.90m
Discus Throw Mikaele Manuele
 Samoa
41.83m Henry Taripo
 Cook Islands
39.21m Ben Moimoi
 Tonga
37.53m
Javelin Throw Ioane Tamatoa
 Cook Islands
41.81m Penisimani Moimoi
 Tonga
40.59m Hugh Henry
 Cook Islands
40.31m

Women[edit]

Event First Second Third
100 metres Vasi Feke
 Tonga
12.7 CR Patricia Taea
 Cook Islands
13.2 Lila Waetin
 American Samoa
13.3
200 metres Vasi Feke
 Tonga
26.8 Patricia Taea
 Cook Islands
27.5 Samantha Lockington
 Cook Islands
27.6
800 metres Manutahi Heimoana
 French Polynesia
2:56.3
1500 metres Manutahi Heimoana
 French Polynesia
5.54.2
High Jump Unaloto Taukiuvea
 Tonga
1.49m Kalina Mamao
 Tonga
1.35m
Long Jump Kalina Mamao
 Tonga
5.19m CR Samantha Lockington
 Cook Islands
5.04m Patricia Taea
 Cook Islands
4.79m
Triple Jump Kalina Mamao
 Tonga
10.12m Unaloto Taukiuvea
 Tonga
9.49m Rowena Faaiuaso
 Samoa
9.07m
Shot Put Judy Tuara
 Cook Islands
11.82m Siloni Koloa
 Tonga
11.18m Dorothy Kiria
 Cook Islands
10.01m
Discus Throw Siloni Koloa
 Tonga
35.23m Siaopo Tautalafua
 Samoa
32.64m Judy Tuara
 Cook Islands
31.24m
Javelin Throw Perle Buard
 French Polynesia
39.99m Samantha Lockington
 Cook Islands
34.57m Judy Tuara
 Cook Islands
33.96m

Mixed[edit]

Event First Second Third
800 metres Medley relay  Tonga 1:45.0  Cook Islands B 1:50.3  Samoa 1:55.2

: The B team was probably not eligible to win a medal.

Medal table[edit]

The medal table was published.[4][6]

  *   Host nation (Cook Islands)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Tonga (TON)117119
2 French Polynesia (TAH)61310
3 Samoa (SAM)45514
4 Cook Islands (COK)*27817
5 American Samoa (ASA)0011
Totals (5 nations)23201861

: The medley relay B team from the  Cook Islands was probably not eligible to win a medal.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 48 athletes from 5 countries participated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Polynesian Regional Championships Timetable, OAA, 3 October 2007, retrieved February 16, 2014
  2. ^ Polynesian Regional Championships- Oceania Subrégionnaux (in French), Fédération d'Athlétisme de Polynésie Française, 3 October 2007, archived from the original on 23 February 2014, retrieved February 16, 2014
  3. ^ Polynesian Regional Championships, OAA, 18 October 2007, retrieved February 16, 2014
  4. ^ a b Polynesian Championships Final Results and Medal Tally, OAA, 19 October 2007, retrieved February 16, 2014
  5. ^ Oceania subrégionaux: Iles Cook (in French), Fédération d'Athlétisme de Polynésie Française, 18 October 2007, archived from the original on 23 February 2014, retrieved February 16, 2014
  6. ^ a b Polynesian U19 Athletic Champs, OAA, 17 October 2007, archived from the original on 22 February 2014, retrieved 16 February 2014
  7. ^ Polynesian U19 Athletic Champs, Fédération d'Athlétisme de Polynésie Française, archived from the original on February 23, 2014, retrieved February 16, 2014