History of The Oceania Championships

History of Senior Championships

1997
Inaugural Championships (Individuals only)
North Harbour, New Zealand

Countries entered – Australia, NZ, Fiji, New Caledonia, Western Samoa

 

1999
Team and Individuals
Brisbane, Australia

Countries entered – Australia, NZ, Fiji, New Caledonia, Western Samoa

 

2002
Team and Individuals
Suva, Fiji

Countries entered – Australia, NZ, Fiji, New Caledonia, Western Samoa

 

2004
Team (Robson Shield) and Individuals
Waitakere, New Zealand

Countries entered – Australia, NZ, Fiji, New Caledonia, Western Samoa

 

2006
Team and Individuals
Auckland, North Harbour, New Zealand

Countries entered – Australia, NZ, Fiji, New Caledonia, Western Samoa

 

2008
Team and Individuals
Noumea, New Caledonia

Countries entered – Australia, NZ, New Caledonia,

 

2010  
Team event (Robson Shield), Individual events
Invercargill, New Zealand

Countries entered - Australia, NZ, New Caledonia, Tahiti, Fiji

 

2012
Team event (Robson Shield), Individuals event
Ballarat, Australia

 

2014
Team Event (Robson Shield), Individuals event
Ballarat, Australia

 

2015 
Individual Event
North Harbour, New Zealand

 

2016
February - Mixed Team Event (Robson Shield), Men's and Women's Team Events - winners qualify for BWF TOTAL Thomas & Uber Cup Finals

North Harbour, New Zealand

 

April - Individuals - Tahiti
 

 

History of Junior Championships 

2010  
Individual Championships only
Invercargill, New Zealand
Countries entered – Australia, NZ, New Caledonia,Tahiti, Fiji

 

2011  
Team and Individuals
Suva, Fiji

2013
Team and Individuals
Papeete, Tahiti

 

2015
Team and Individuals
North Harbour, New Zealand




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An initiative, supported by the BWF, to provide an additional incentive to players to support events in the region and to provide the best players in the region with some additional support to attend international events or training camps. Find out more here.

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30 April-5 May

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29 August - 1 September

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4-8 September

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11-15 September

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