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Fijian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Fiji maintained by Fiji's national athletics federation: Athletics Fiji (AF).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.26 (+1.7 m/s) Jone Delai 10 May 1997 United States Stockton, United States
10.2 (ht) [1] Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro 29 March 2012 Suva Zone Two Meet Fiji Suva, Fiji [2][3]
200 m 21.01 (+1.9 m/s) Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro 23 June 2011 Oceania Athletics Regional Championships Samoa Apia, Samoa [4]
20.9y Samuela Yavala 14 April 1973 United States Boulder , United States
20.8 (ht) [5] Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro 29 March 2012 Suva Zone Two Meet Fiji Suva, Fiji [6][7]
400 m 45.82 Saimoni Tamani 23 July 1970 British Commonwealth Games United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom
800 m 1:48.70 Isireli Naikelekelevesi 8 August 2004 Hungary Szombathely, Hungary
1000 m 2:26.4 (ht) Isireli Naikelekelevesi 14 August 1995 French Polynesia Pirae, French Polynesia
1500 m 3:42.81 Richard Kermode 13 February 1982 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Mile 4:14.24 Isireli Naikelekelevesi 8 May 2004 Australia Brisbane, Australia
3000 m 8:13.6 Usaia Sotutu 4 July 1971 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Celje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
5000 m 14:46.4 Davendra Prakash Singh 18 November 1993 Australia Melbourne, Australia
10000 m 31:32.0 Usaia Sotutu April 1971 United States Provo, United States
Half marathon 1:07:57 Binesh Prasad 6 February 1993 United States Las Vegas, United States
Marathon 2:23:33 Binesh Prasad 4 February 1989 United States Las Vegas, United States
110 m hurdles 13.82 (+0.3 m/s) Jovesa Naivalu 5 August 1997 World Championships Greece Athens, Greece
400 m hurdles 51.67 Jovesa Naivalu 9 June 1999 South Pacific Games Guam Santa Rita, Guam
3000 m steeplechase 8:48.0 Usaia Sotutu 17 June 1971 United States Seattle, United States
High jump 2.09 m Antonio Rahiman 5 April 2003 Fiji Suva, Fiji
Pole vault 4.45 m Joe Rodan 28 July 2002 Commonwealth Games United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom
Long jump 7.82 m Eroni Tuivanuavou 11 July 2003 South Pacific Games Fiji Suva, Fiji
Triple jump 16.08 m (-2.9 m/s) Eugene Vollmer 24 May 2012 NAIA Championships United States Marion, United States [8]
Shot put 15.62 m Sosefo Fonorito 18 April 2003 Fiji Suva, Fiji
Discus throw 51.84 m Mesulame Rakuro 4 August 1958 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Hammer throw 45.12 m James Dominiko 21 June 2003 Fiji Suva, Fiji
Javelin throw 80.45 m Leslie Copeland 17 August 2011 Universiade China Shenzhen, China [9]
Decathlon 7397 pts Albert Miller 23–24 May 1983 United States Cape Girardeau, United States
11.22 (100 m), 6.94 m (long jump), 12.64 m (shot put), 1.93 m (high jump), 49.73 (400 m) /
14.60 (110 m hurdles), 38.54 m (discus), 3.80 m (pole vault), 62.14 m (javelin), 4:35.57 (1500 m)
3000 m walk (track) 13:08.2 Manohar Maharaj 30 November 1996 Fiji Suva, Fiji
5000 m walk (track) 24:52.6 Dip Chand 28 March 1997 Fiji Suva, Fiji
10000 m walk (track) 50:43.7 Dip Chand 7 July 1995 Fiji Suva, Fiji
10 km walk (road) 54:30 Dip Chand 29 November 1996 Australia Townsville, Australia
50:43.7 # [10] Dip Chand 7 July 1995 Fiji Suva, Fija
20 km walk (road) 1:46:53 Caleb Maybir 28 May 1991 Australia Brisbane, Australia
1:36:35 # [11] Dip Chand 13 April 1998 Fiji Suva, Fija
50 km walk (road) 5:25:00 # [12] Dip Chand 3 September 2000 Australia Melbourne, Australia
5:50:19 Caleb Maybir 28 June 1992 Australia Brisbane, Australia
4×100 m relay 40.15  Fiji
A. Babitu
Jone Delai
S. Nakaunicina
Solomone Bole
20 August 1997 South Pacific Mini Games American Samoa Tafuna, American Samoa
4×400 m relay 3:07.15  Fiji
A. Babitu
H. Rogo Semiti
Solomone Bole
S. Nakaunicina
20 September 1998 Commonwealth Games Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
3:07.03 # [13]  Fiji
Finau
Naivalu
Namosimalua
Verekauta
24 March 2006 Australia Melbourne, Australia

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.55 (+0.1 m/s) Makelesi Batimala 4 September 2007 Pacific Games Samoa Apia, Samoa
200 m 23.22 (+1.9 m/s) Makelesi Batimala 20 July 2008 KBC Night of Athletics Netherlands Heusden-Zolder, Netherlands
300 m 37.91 Makelesi Batimala 10 August 2004 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
400 m 51.89 Makelesi Batimala 26 June 2004 Australia Brisbane, Australia
800 m 2:08.81 Makelesi Batimala 30 May 2008 Australia Brisbane, Australia
1000 m 3:05.48 Kavita Maharaj 17 October 1999 Australia Brisbane, Australia
1500 m 4:39.1 Salome Tabuatalei 8 July 1995 Fiji Suva, Fiji
2000 m 6:54.0 Salome Tabuatalei 7 July 1995 Fiji Suva, Fiji
3000 m 10:18.7 [14] Salome Tabuatalei 9 February 1994 [15] New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
5000 m 18:22.6 Salome Tabuatalei 27 May 1995 Fiji Suva, Fiji
10000 m 38:49.6 Salome Tabuatalei 2 October 1993 Fiji Suva, Fiji
Half marathon 1:31.09 Salome Tabuatalei 13 June 1993 New Caledonia Nouméa, New Caledonia
Marathon 5:06:22 Anasa Navavia September 1984 Fiji Suva, Fiji
100 m hurdles 13.62 (-0.4 m/s) Rachael Rogers 8 February 1998 Australia Canberra, Australia
13.5 (ht) Rachael Rogers 12 April 2003 Australia Runaway Bay, Australia
400 m hurdles 61.50 Rachael Rogers 9 July 2003 South Pacific Games Fiji Suva, Fiji
61.3 (ht) Rachael Rogers 19 April 2003 Fiji Suva, Fiji
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.70 m Mereani White 17 August 1995 South Pacific Games French Polynesia Pirae, French Polynesia
Pole vault 2.90 m Iowana Sera Vakaloloma 8 July 2003 South Pacific Games Fiji Suva, Fiji
Long jump 6.12 m Miriama Chambault 30 November 1979 New Caledonia Nouméa, New Caledonia
Triple jump 12.29 m (+0.9 m/s) Milika Tuivanuavou 5 May 2012 Oxy Invitational Colleges United States Los Angeles, United States [16]
Shot put 14.69 m Milika Tuivanuavou 1 March 2012 NAIA Championships United States Geneva, United States [17]
Discus throw 47.76 m Mereoni Vibose 2 April 1983 Fiji Suva, Fiji
Hammer throw 39.74 m Milika Tuivanuavou 27 April 2012 GSAC Championships United States Azusa, United States [18]
Javelin throw 49.28 m Sisilia Lau 10 July 2003 South Pacific Games Fiji Suva, Fiji
Heptathlon 4822 pts Sainiana Tukana 17–18 December 1987 South Pacific Games New Caledonia Nouméa, New Caledonia
15.55 (100 m hurdles), 1.66 m (high jump), 8.83 m (shot put), 26.12 (200 m) / 5.56 m (long jump), 33.98 m (javelin), 2:26.54 (800 m)
20 km walk (road) 2:47.33 Deepika Chand 10 July 2003 South Pacific Games Fiji Suva, Fiji
4×100 m relay 44.86  Fiji
L. Miller
M. Bulikiobo
Mereoni Raluve
Rachael Rogers
12 July 2003 South Pacific Games Fiji Suva, Fiji
4×400 m relay 3:41.03  Fiji
T. Odro
P. Korowaqa
A. Navukitu
Makelesi Batimala
8 September 2007 Pacific Games Samoa Apia, Samoa
3:40.03 # [19]  Fiji
Vatureba
Bulikiobo
Radiniwaimaro
Ratuve
12 July 2003 Fiji Suva, Fiji

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.17 Roy Ravana 9 March 2012 World Championships Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [20]
7.16 Eugene Vollmer 10 February 2012 Azusa Pacific Indoor #1 United States Azusa, United States [21]
200 m 21.64 A Soloveni Nakaunicina 8 February 1997 United States Reno, United States
400 m 47.0 A Saimoni Tamani 27 February 1971 United States Pocatello, United States
47.0 y OT 13 February 1971 United States Houston, United States
800 m
1500 m 4:16.10 y Morgan Clark 20 February 2004 United States Clemson, United States
Mile 4:16.10 y Morgan Clark 20 February 2004 United States Clemson, United States
3000 m 8:40.11 Morgan Clark 21 February 2004 United States Clemson, United States
60 m hurdles 8.79 Harold Nair 19 January 2008 United States Baton Rouge, United States
High jump 1.68 m Harold Nair 1 February 2008 United States Houston, United States
Pole vault 4.41 m Joseph Rodan Jr. 16 February 2002 United States Pomona, United States
Long jump 7.37 m Eugene Vollmer 18 February 2012 Fresno Pacific/Pt. Loma Dual Meet United States Fresno, United States [22]
Triple jump 15.62 m Eugene Vollmer 5 March 2011 NAIA Championships United States Geneva, United States [23]
Shot put 10.37 m Harold Nair 1 February 2008 United States Houston, United States
Heptathlon 3498 pts Harold Nair 1–2 February 2008 United States Houston, United States
7.60 (60 m), 5.87 m(long jump), 10.37 m (shot put), 1.68 m (high jump) / 9.02 (60 m hurdles), NM (pole vault), 3:20.02 (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 8.04 Milika Tuivanuavou 5 February 2011 Westmont Invitational United States Santa Barbara, United States [24]
200 m
400 m 54.02 Makelesi Batimala 7 March 2008 World Championships Spain Valencia, Spain [25]
800 m 2:54.57 [26] Milika Tuivanuavou 28 January 2011 Fresno Pacific All-Comers United States Fresno, United States [27]
1500 m
3000 m
55 m hurdles 9.15 Milika Tuivanuavou 5 February 2010 Run For The Dream United States Fresno, United States [28]
60 m hurdles 9.12 Milika Tuivanuavou 5 February 2011 Fresno Pacific University All Comers Meet United States Fresno, United States
High jump 1.60 m Milika Tuivanuavou 3 March 2011 NAIA Championships United States Cedarville, United States [29]
Pole vault
Long jump 5.77 m Milika Tuivanuavou 26 January 2013 Azusa Pacific Indoor Events All-Comers United States Azusa, United States] [30]
Triple jump 12.62 m Milika Tuivanuavou 26 January 2013 Azusa Pacific Indoor Events All-Comers United States Azusa, United States [31]
Shot put 14.69 m Milika Tuivanuavou 3 March 2012 NAIA Championships United States Geneva, United States [32]
Pentathlon 3401 pts Milika Tuivanuavou 28 January 2011 Fresno Pacific All-Comers United States Fresno, United States
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), 5,67 m (long jump), 2:54.57 (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

A = affected by altitude
y = denotes one mile/ 440 yards
OT = oversized track

References

External links

  • AF web site

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