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List of Pacific Games records in athletics

The Pacific Games records in athletics are set by athletes who are representing one of the Pacific Games Council member federations at either the Pacific Games or the Pacific Mini Games. Both games are quadrennial events. The Pacific Games began as South Pacific Games in 1963, while the Pacific Mini Games began as South Pacific Mini Games in 1981. They are held in the intervening years between the main games with a reduced sports program to allow also smaller nations to host an international sporting event.
These records based on a list published by Bob Snow on the Oceania Athletics Association webpage.[1]

Meet Records

Men

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Games Place Ref
100 m 10.34 (wind: 0.0 m/s) Jone Delai  Fiji August 18, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
200 m 20.53 (wind: +1.5 m/s) Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro  Fiji 16 July 2015 2015 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [3]
400 m 46.42 (heat) Soloveni Koroi  Fiji August 15, 1997 1997 Pago Pago [1][4]
800 m 1:49.54 Isireli Naikelekelevesi  Fiji June 8, 1999 1999 Santa Rita [1][5]
1500 m 3:50.27 Alain Lazare  New Caledonia December 14, 1987 1987 Nouméa [1][6]
5000 m 14:15.12 Alain Lazare  New Caledonia December 15, 1987 1987 Nouméa [1][6]
10000 m 30:30.96 Alain Lazare  New Caledonia August 24, 1989 1989 Nukuʻalofa [1][7]
Half marathon 1:09:53 Georges Richmond  French Polynesia July 12, 2003 2003 Suva [1][8]
Marathon 2:26:58 Alain Lazare  New Caledonia December 19, 1987 1987 Nouméa [1][6]
3000 m steeplechase 9:07.11 Alain Lazare  New Caledonia December 16, 1987 1987 Nouméa [1][6]
110 m hurdles 14.32 (wind: -1.0 m/s) Jovesa Naivalu  Fiji June 7, 1999 1999 Santa Rita [1][5]
400 m hurdles 50.96 Mowen Boino  Papua New Guinea September 8, 2011 2011 Nouméa / [1][9]
High jump 2.21 m Paul Poaniewa  New Caledonia August 31, 1979 1979 Suva [1][10]
Pole vault 5.00 m Thibaut Cattiau / French Polynesia August 29, 1989 1989 Nukuʻalofa [1][7]
Eric Reuillard / New Caledonia September 3, 2011 2011 Nouméa / [1][9]
Long jump 8.14 m Raihau Maihau  Tahiti 17 July 2015 2015 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [11]
Triple jump 16.10 m (wind: +1.6 m/s) Frédéric Erin / New Caledonia September 9, 2011 2011 Nouméa / [1][9]
Shot put 18.93 m Tumatai Dauphin  French Polynesia September 8, 2011 2011 Nouméa / [1][9]
Discus throw 58.31 m Bertrand Vili / New Caledonia September 2007 2007 Apia [1][12]
Hammer throw 61.78 m Laurent Pakihivatau  New Caledonia August 17, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
Javelin throw 78.96 m (Current design) Jean-Paul Lakafia  New Caledonia December 14, 1987 1987 Nouméa [1][6]
84.74 m (Old design) Jean-Paul Lakafia  New Caledonia September 12, 1983 1983 Apia [13]
Octathlon 5218 pts Iosefo Vuloaloa  Fiji December 10/11, 2001 2001 Middlegate [1][14]
11.53 s (-1.8 m/s) (100 m), 6.08 m (-2.2 m/s) (long jump), 12.81 m (shot put), 53.15 s (400 m), 15.73 s (1.6 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 1.65 m (high jump), 56.82 m (javelin), 3:08.90 min (1000 m)
Decathlon 7265 pts Albert Miller  Fiji September 17/18, 1991 1991 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [1][15]
11.20 s (+1.5 m/s) (100 m), 6.52 m (-0.4 m/s) (long jump), 13.45 m (shot put), 1.93 m (high jump), 50.51 s (400 m), 15.03 s (-1.0 m/s) (110 m hurdles),41.12 m (discus), 4.20 m (pole vault), 56.68 m (javelin), 4:48.86 min (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:49:23 Dip Chand  Fiji August 14, 1997 1997 Pago Pago [1][4]
4×100 m relay 40.15 Aminiasi Babitu
Jone Delai
Soloveni Koroi
Solomone Bole
 Fiji August 20, 1997 1997 Pago Pago [1][4]
4×400 m relay 3:09.55 Takale Tuna
Baobo Duaba
Kaminiel Selot
Subul Babo
 Papua New Guinea September 21, 1991 1991 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [1][15]

Women

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Games Place Ref
100 metres 11.55 (wind: +0.1 m/s) Makelesi Bulikiobo  Fiji September 2007 2007 Apia [1][12]
200 metres 23.40 (wind: +0.3 m/s) Makelesi Bulikiobo  Fiji September 2007 2007 Apia [1][12]
400 metres 52.66 Makelesi Bulikiobo  Fiji July 9, 2003 2003 Suva [1][8]
800 metres 2:11.12 Salome Tabuatalei  Fiji August 22, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
1500 metres 4:29.3 Nadia Prasad  New Caledonia August 24, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
5000 metres 18:20.09 Sharon Firisua  Solomon Islands 13 July 2015 2015 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [16]
10,000 metres 33:47.21 Nadia Prasad  New Caledonia August 18, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
Half marathon 1:24:20 Sophie Gardon  French Polynesia September 2007 2007 Apia [1][12]
Marathon 2:54:02 Pauline Vea  Tonga August 24, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
3000 m steeplechase 11:07.55 Heiata Brinkfield  French Polynesia September 6, 2011 2011 Nouméa / [1][9]
100 m hurdles 13.96 (wind: -0.5 m/s) Rachel Rogers  Fiji August 18, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
13.6 (ht) (wind: +1.8 m/s) Rachel Rogers  Fiji August 18, 1997 1997 Pago Pago [1][4]
400 m hurdles 58.28 Donna Koniel  Papua New Guinea 17 July 2015 2015 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [17]
High jump 1.80 m Véronique Boyer / Tahiti December 10, 2001 2001 Middlegate [1][14]
Pole vault 3.70 m Pascale Gacon  New Caledonia 13 July 2015 2015 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [16]
Long jump 6.09 m (wind: +0.0 m/s) Brigitte Hardel  New Caledonia August 6, 1985 1985 Rarotonga [1][18]
Triple jump 12.95 m (wind: +0.4 m/s) Laurence Upigit  New Caledonia June 8, 1999 1999 Santa Rita [1][5]
Shot put 16.92 m Ana Po'uhila  Tonga July 27, 2005 2005 Koror [1][19]
Discus throw 53.17 m Tereapii Tapoki September 2007 2007 Apia [1][12]
Hammer throw 52.51 m Elise Takosi  New Caledonia 14 July 2015 2015 Games Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea [20]
Javelin throw 57.32 m (Current design) Linda Selui / New Caledonia September 6, 2011 2011 Nouméa / [1][9]
58.14 m (Old design) Bina Ramesh  New Caledonia August 20, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
Heptathlon 5038 pts Iammo Launa  Papua New Guinea August 28/29, 1989 1989 Nukuʻalofa [1][7]
15.49 s (-1.58 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.53 m (high jump), 12.25 m (shot put), 25.26 s (200 metres), 5.20 m (long jump), 49.80 m (javelin), 2:38.39 min (800 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:58:32 Angela Keogh June 5, 1999 1999 Santa Rita [1][5]
4×100 m relay 44.86 Litiana Miller
Makelesi Bulikiobo
Mereoni Raluve
Rachel Rogers
 Fiji July 12, 2003 2003 Suva [1][8]
4×400 m relay 3:40.55 Mae Koime
Ann Mooney
Salome Dell
Toea Wisil
 Papua New Guinea September 2007 2007 Apia [1][12]

Records in defunct events

Men's events

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Ref
20.2 Miles Road Race 2:08:59 hrs Georges Richmond / Tahiti August 20, 1997 1997 Pago Pago [4]
Pentathlon 2953 pts Niulolo Prescott  Tonga July 13, 1981 1981 Honiara [21]
6.80 m (long jump), 51.22 m (javelin), 24.24 s (200 metres), 30.62 m (discus), 4:57.60 min (1500 m)

Women's events

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Ref
3000 metres 9:09.48 min Nadia Prasad  New Caledonia August 20, 1995 1995 Pirae / [1][2]
80 m hurdles 12.1 s Keta Iongi  Tonga August 16, 1969 1969 Port Moresby [22]
Pentathlon 3801 pts Keta Iongi  Tonga August 19/20, 1969 1969 Port Moresby [22]
12.1 s (80 m hurdles), 9.16 m (shot put), 1.37 m (high jump), 5.05 m (long jump), 26.2 s (200 metres)

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External links

  • Pacific Games Council
  • Oceania Athletics Association


Category:Athletics (track and field) records

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