The 1983 South Pacific Games, held at Apia in Western Samoa from 5-16 September 1983, was the seventh edition of the South Pacific Games. Athletics competitions were held in Apia, Western Samoa, between September 8–15, 1983. A total of 38 events were contested, 22 by men and 16 by women.
Picture: Albert Miller, arguably one of the Greatest Fiji Athletes ever. This can be supported by the fact that he was the South Pacific Decathlon Champion for three successive Games with silver to back it up at his fourth Games, with record breaking performances. Albert won the decathlon in these Games, with a total of 6870 points, then again in New Caledonia in 1987 with 7019 points and then in Port Moresby in 1991 with 7265, with a silver in Tahiti, in 1995.
Overall Medal Tally
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