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Oceania Weightlifting Championship Described As Top Class

Oceania Weightlifting Federation General Secretary Paul Coffa described the Oceania Weightlifting Championship held last week in Fiji as top class and successful.more

Oceania Event Concluded in Fiji

The successful event included seminars and meetings beside the competitions of the Oceania Championships – also serving as Continental Qualification Event for 2016 Rio Olympic Games.more

Sipaia Wins First Title

By Allen Waitara (FASANOC Volunteer Journalist)more

Results Booklet

All the Results for the 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships. It has all the medals, medalists and results by weight category.more

Patterson Flies NEW ZEALAND’S FLAG HIGH

New Zealand’s Male Weightlifter flies his country’s flag today at the Vodafone Arena in Suva, Fiji for snatching a Gold Medal.more

Three Silver Medals for Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands snatches three silver medals at The 2016
Oceania Weightlifting Championship in Suva, Fiji.more

Marshall Islands Snatch 2 Gold Medals

The Marshall Islands female weightlifter snatches two Gold Medals on the second day of the Oceania weight lifting championship in the Vodafone Arena at Suva, Fiji today.more

Fiji Snatch Two Gold

Fiji Weighting team snatch two gold medals on the first day of the
Oceania Weightlifting Championship at Vodafone Arena last night.more

Weightlifting Coach Confident About Olympic Qualification

Fiji Weightlifting coach Joe Vueti is confident his top athletes will qualify for the Olympic Games in Rio from the Oceania Weightlifting Championship schedule for May 24-28, 2016 at Vodafone Arena.more

OCEANIA WEIGHTLIFTING QUALIFIER COMPETITION OFFICIALLY OPENED

The official opening of the Oceania weight lifting qualifier competition was held yesterday at the Vodafone Arena in Suva.more

Start List Men 50kg A and 56kg A

Start List for 24/5/2016more

Final Schedule for the 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships

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Top Guns For Suva

Suva will host the most prestigious group of VIPS for any International Sporting event, when a who’s who of Weightlifting world will descend in Suva next week for the Olympic Qualifying Event.more

5 Days Left

5 days left until the start of the 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships in Suva, Fiji.more

Battle Lines Drawn

Samoa and Australia will be battling for top honours for the Weightlifting’s Olympic Qualification places.more

Profiles of Weightlifters: The Women

The best Women Weightlifters that Oceania has to offer. The competition is going to be fierce and exciting. Get ready for the 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships.more

Profiles of Weightlifters: The Men

Check out some of the best weightlifters in the region. It will be exciting to watch these guys go at it @ The 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships.more

Final Entries to the 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships- Olympic Qualifiers

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Latest Timetable @ 2016 Oceania Championships

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Its All Over

Australia have topped the men's competition while Samoa have dominated the women's events. Thanks to all of you who have been tuning in and please let us know if you find any errors. Email brian@onoc.org.fjmore

Day Three - Samoa Day

The women's turn to shine saw a convincing team performance from the women of Samoa lead by Ele and Mary Opeloge. Ele was in fine form breaking the Commonwealth Record in the Snatch, Clean and Jerk and the total with the third highest lift of the year, putting her in good shape for the Commonwealth Games in New Dehli.more

Competition Going Well

This great article from www.fijitimes.com and Ace Reporter Percy Kean.more

The Samoans are Here

The Samoans are here and they mean business. Click more to see the article from the Samoa Observer Newspaper. www.samoaobserver.wsmore

Day Two - Australia Day

Australia on Day Two showed that they were out to re-assert their dominance of the sport of weightlifting in the Region with three excellent gold medal performances on Day Two.more

Day One - Fiji Day

With the light weight 50 and 56Kg men in play, it was Fiji's turn to shine on Day One of the Oceania and Pacific Weightlifting Championships for 2010.more

2010 Championships are Underway

His Excellency the President of Fiji, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau has opened the 2010 Oceania Weightlifting Championships at the Yat Sen School Hall, in Suva, Fiji.more

And the Winner Is - SAMOA!

Samoa won a close fought bid with Cook Islands to host the 2012 Oceania and Pacific Weightlifting Championships.more

We can be big in weightlifting

PACIFIC Island countries have the potential to upset favourites New Zealand and Australia at the Oceania Weightlifting Championship tomorrow.Those are the sentiments of Palau coach Steven Patris as one hundred plus athletes rub shoulders to determine their Oceania standings.more

IWF TECHNICAL, MEDICAL, COACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE SEMINAR

The Oceania Weightlifting Federation in conjunction with the International Weightlifting Federation is conducting a technical / medical / coaching / administrative seminar during the Oceania Championships.more

Oceania and Pacific Championships in Suva.

2010 marks the 30th anniversary of the Oceania Weightlifting Federation (OWF).The Federation was established in Melbourne in 1980 and became the fifth continent of the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF). And what better way to celebrate this 30th Anniversary, than with the biggest Oceania championships ever held in our 30 year history, in Suva-Fiji, on May 3-7more
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