Jasper Williams High School teacher Nanise Seruitanoa has been selected by Athletics Fiji and the Oceania Athletics Association to attend the 2018 Women’s Leadership Workshop and IAAF CECS Level II Throws course in Auckland, New Zealand.
Following the release of the selection criteria and qualifying standards for the 2019 Pacific Games, Athletics Fiji took a step closer to achieving athletics dominance in the region with the release of the training squad list.
Aussie based Ben Ashkettle unofficially set a new national record in the Men’s Half Marathon on the 7th of this month at the Commonwealth Half Marathon Championships in Cardiff.
Forty four year old Collingwood Harriers and VRWC walker Pramesh Prasad has been pushing his limits after breaking 4 national records in one year.
Athletics Fiji’s (AF) preparations for the 2019 Pacific Games has officially begun with the release of the 2019 Pacific Games Selection Criteria and Qualifying Standards even though clubs and athletes have already begun gearing up for the 2018-2019 regular season.
Oceania Athletics Association (OAA) facilitated a two day "Women for a Healthy Community" Workshop last weekend at Tilak High School, Lautoka.
The Oceania Australia Foundation and ONOC are offering a scholarship opportunity for athletes from the sports of Athletics, Basketball, Swimming and Indoor Volleyball.
Athletics Fiji (AF) technical official, Sisilia Cokanauto has been given the opportunity to further upgrade her skills as Oceania Athletics hosts the Technical Officials’ Education Certification System (TOECS) Level I Lectures Course that’s currently underway in the Gold Coast, Australia.
The 2018 Oceania Cross Country Championships were held in conjunction with the Australian Cross Country Champions over the weekend (25/08/2018). There were over 1,200 athletes that competed in the various classifications and distances.
Elenani Tinai and Miriama Senokonoko are Athletics Fiji's latest US Collegiate Scholarship recipients and have joined the likes of Albert Miller Jnr, Younis Bese and Ana Kaloucava.