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Athletics at the Micronesian Games

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Athletics at the Micronesian Games

Athletics competitions have been held at the quadrennial Micronesian Games, that are open for the 10 member federations of the Micronesian Games Council, since the inaugural edition 1969 in Saipan, then Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (now Northern Mariana Islands).[1]

Editions

Some host cities were extracted from national record lists of Micronesian

Games Council members.[2]
Games Year Host city Country Events
Men Women
I 1969 () San Antonio, Saipan 18 6
II 1990 () San Antonio, Saipan 14 13
III 1994 () Mangilao  Guam 16 16
IV 1998 () Koror  Palau 16 16
V 2002 () Kolonia 19 16
VI 2006 () Susupe, Saipan  Northern Mariana Islands 22 22
VII 2010 () Koror  Palau 18 18
VIII 2014 () Kolonia 19 19

Medals

Medal winners for the athletics events of the Micronesian Games until 2006 were published courtesy of Tony Isaacs.[3]

See also

List of Micronesian Games records in athletics

References

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External links

  • Athletics medallists from 1969–2006 Micronesian Games


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