Former Coca Cola Games Champion, Yeshnil Karan turned on exceptional pace to get into the all-time top 10 list for the 3,000 metres in the Athletics Fiji competition at the National Stadium on Saturday 10th April.
For the very first time in our history, World Athletics is reaching out to the entire international athletics community to participate in a Global Conversation and contribute insights and feedback that will shape the future direction of the sport for the next decade.
Athletics Fiji's President Filimoni Vuli Waqa and former Pacific Games decathlon champion were among the 31 recipients who received their 50th commemorative medal from President, Jioji Konrote yesterday (26/10/2020).
Suva Marathon Club going ahead with Annual Suva Marathon event and other club organized events.
Heleina Young, has been awarded a three-year scholarship to do a Bachelor of Business at the Griffith University Business School in Queensland, Australia.
2019 Rewa Sports Camp a success
Nominations are invited for the Oceania Australia Foundation US Scholarship program intake for August 2020.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will now be officially called as World Athletics. The sport's international governing body not only changed it's name and logo on all social media platforms but also the URL of it's official website.
Following the Annual General Meeting on the 19th of September, 2019, Athletics Fiji elected a whole new set of Executives to lead the sport of Athletics for the next four years.
Athletics Fiji General Secretary Nemani Tukunia was elected into the Executive Board of Oceania Masters Athletics (OMA) at the Annual General Meeting over the weekend in Mackay, Australia.