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Samoan records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Samoa maintained by its national athletics federation: Athletics Samoa (AS).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.78 (0.0 m/s) Mohd Roache 4 August 2001 World Championships Canada Edmonton, Canada [1]
10.5 (ht) Joseph Leota 7 November 1981 French Polynesia Pirae, French Polynesia
200 m 21.86 Joseph Leota 16 January 1983 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
21.8 (ht) Sioeli Saufoi 5 August 1981 Samoa Apia, Samoa
400 m 48.67 Siologa Sepa 4 September 2013 Pacific Mini Games Wallis and Futuna Mata-Utu, Wallis and Futuna [2]
800 m 1:47.45 Aunese Curreen 20 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, China [3]
1000 m 2:22.96 Aunese Curreen 30 June 2008 Australia Gold Coast, Australia
1500 m 3:50.24 Aunese Curreen 30 March 2008 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Mile 3:59.91 Aunese Curreen 16 February 2008 New Zealand Wanganui, New Zealand
3000 m 9:46.9 James Hoeflich 27 November 1970 Samoa Apia, Western Samoa
5000 m 15:42.62 Aunese Curreen 6 September 2007 Pacific Games Samoa Apia, Samoa
10000 m 34:42.5a James Hoeflich 30 August 1979 Samoa Apia, Western Samoa
10 km (road) 33:34.05 Samuelu Samuelu 1987 Fiji Suva, Fiji
Half marathon 1:22:59 Darren Young 16 December 2006 Samoa Apia, Samoa
Marathon 2:41:50 Amani Tapusoa 22 March 1969 Samoa Apia, Western Samoa
110 m hurdles 14.46 Avele Tanielu 19 September 1998 Commonwealth Games Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
400 m hurdles 54.46 Kuripitone Betham 14 December 2002 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
54.26 # [4] Kuripitone Betham September 2001 Samoa Apia, Samoa
3000 m steeplechase 10:01.15 James Hoeflich 1 September 1979 Samoa Apia, Western Samoa
High jump 2.09 m Nathan Sua'mene 28 February 1999 New Zealand Hamilton, New Zealand
Pole vault 3.80 m [5] Iafeta Sua'mene 15 March 1975 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
Long jump 7.15 m Iafeta Sua'mene March 1976 New Zealand Hamilton, New Zealand
Triple jump 15.12 m Fagamanu Sofai 17 September 1999 Samoa Apia, Samoa
Shot put 19.46 m Emanuele Fuamatu 3 March 2012 Melbourne Track Classic Australia Melbourne, Australia [6]
Discus throw 59.83 m Alexander Rose 17 May 2013 Augustana Twilight United States Rock Island, United States [7]
Hammer throw 55.51 m Faleono Seve 25 February 2006 New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand
Javelin throw 58.02 m Fito Scanlan 1 September 1997 Samoa Apia, Samoa
Decathlon 6953 pts Iafeta Sua'mene 14–15 March 1975 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
11.48 (100 m), 7.20 m (w) (long jump), 12.74 m (shot put), 1.84 m (high jump), 51.69 (400 m) /
15.86 (110 m hurdles), 40.86 m (discus), 3.80 m (pole vault), 59.50 m (javelin), 4:59.7 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road)
50 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 41.91  Western Samoa
William Fong
Sioeli Saufoi
Rolagi Faa Mausili
Joseph Leota
9 October 1982 Commonwealth Games Australia Brisbane, Australia
4x400 m relay 3:20.88  Samoa
Tavita Solomona
Iulio Lafai
Kuripitone Betham
Aunese Curreen
8 September 2007 Pacific Games Samoa Apia, Samoa

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.94 Talava Tavui 26 April 2006 United States San Mateo, United States
200 m 24.99 (-0.2 m/s) Talava Tavui 31 March 2006 United States Palo Alto, United States
400 m 56.32 Kim Peterson 10 February 1990 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
800 m 2:17.60 Kim Peterson 1 April 1984 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
1500 m 5:25.3 Mele Steiner 12 February 1983 Napier, ?
5:20.0 (ht) # Vanessa Barlow 1986
3000 m 13:07.16 Faaosofia Siliato 10 September 1983 Samoa Apia, Western Samoa
5000 m 19:42.0 Mele Steiner 15 February 1983 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
10000 m
Marathon 3:11:58 Mele Steiner 22 November 1981 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
100 m hurdles 14.75 Kim Peterson 11 March 1989 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
14.3 (ht) 9 March 1986 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
400 m hurdles 59.27 Kim Peterson 20 January 1990 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.82 m Angela Pule 31 August 1982 Commonwealth Games Australia Brisbane, Australia
Pole vault 1.50 m Hi Fesili 30 November 1998 Samoa Apia, Samoa
Long jump 5.80 m Kristy Slade 29 March 2003 United States Sacramento, United States
5.91 m # 6 April 2002 United States Provo, United States
Triple jump 11.13 m Sopolema Tuitama 16 December 2006 Samoa Apia, Samoa
Shot put 16.43 m Tasele Margaret Iva Satupai 9 October 2010 Commonwealth Games India New Delhi, India [8]
Discus throw 52.67 m Tasele Margaret Iva Satupai 11 March 2011 Australian Junior Championships Australia Sydney, Australia [9][10]
Hammer throw 49.71 m Tasele Margaret Iva Satupai 3 September 2011 Pacific Games New Caledonia Nouméa, New Caledonia [11]
Javelin throw 54.78 m Serafina Akeli 14 March 2004 New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand
Heptathlon 4787 pts Kristy Slade 16–17 April 2003 United States Azusa, United States
15.13 (100 m hurdles), 1.65 m (high jump), 11.18 m (shot put), 26.15 (200 m) / 5.48 m (long jump), 28.55 m (javelin), 2:34.87 (800 m)
5013 pts (w) # Kristy Slade 16–17 May 2001 United States San Diego, United States
(100 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (200 m) / (long jump), (javelin), (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 52.01  Samoa
Talava Tavui
Monique Lafaialii
Taliilagi Mefi
Eka Faitala
8 September 2007 Pacific Games Samoa Apia, Samoa
4x400 m relay 4:09.88  Western Samoa
Frieda Schwalger
Kim Peterson
Moira Keil
?
15 September 1983 South Pacific Games Samoa Apia, Western Samoa

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.08 Tala Talia 21 February 2003 United States Kearns, United States
200 m 22.86 OT # Tala Talia 21 March 2001 United States Kearns, United States
22.86 OT 18 February 2003 United States Kearns, United States
400 m
800 m 2:07.08 Iulio Lafai 12 March 2010 World Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar [12]
1500 m
3000 m
60 m hurdles 8.64 Avele Tanielu 11 March 2006 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [13]
8.4 Willie Fong 16 October 1983 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put 18.60 m Emanuele Fuamatu 9 March 2012 World Championships Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [14]
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.66 Kim Peterson 22 July 1984 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
200 m 25.68 A Kristy Slade 9 February 2002 United States Pocatello, United States
400 m
800 m 2:25.79 A Kristy Slade 1 February 2002 United States Pocatello, United States
1500 m
3000 m
60 m hurdles 8.70 A Kristy Slade 1 February 2002 United States Pocatello, United States
High jump 1.70 m Kristy Slade 26 January 2002 United States Logan, United States
Pole vault
Long jump 5.71 m A Kristy Slade 15 February 2003 United States Reno, United States
Triple jump 10.88 m Lanuola Keil 12 February 2000 United States Ogden, United States
Shot put 12.48 m Kristy Slade 1 February 2003 United States Logan, United States
Pentathlon 3704 pts A Kristy Slade 1 February 2002 United States Pocatello, United States
8.70 (60 m hurdles), 1.62 m (high jump), 12.18 m (shot put), 5.56 m (long jump), 2:25.79 (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

A = affected by altitude
a = automatic timing
# = not officially ratified
OT = oversized track

References

External links

  • SA web site
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