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10000m

The 10000m is the longest track event. It has been an Olympic event since 1912 for men and women from 1988.

At Oceanias, it was only held in the inaugural champs and entry was only offered to the men.

National association holding athlete registration at time of competition is indicated by country code:

  • AU - Australia

  • CK - Cook Islands

  • FJ - Fiji

  • FP - French Polynesia

  • NC - New Caledonia

  • NFK - Norfolk Island

  • NMI - Northern Mariana Islands

  • NZ - New Zealand

  • PNG - Papua New Guinea

  • SAM - Samoa

  • SOL - Solomon Islands

  • TO - Tonga

  • WF -Wallis & Futuna

Performances by guest athletes from outside Oceania are marked [IE].

Championship Records from Oceania Athletics as at January 2018. NZ Records from NZ Masters Athletics as at 18 August 2019. Wellington Records as at 7 June 2019.

  M35 W35
1982 not contested 10000m for women only
  M40 W40
1982 31:34.2 - R Robinson (NZ)
31:58.0 - T Vincent (AU)
32:43.0 - J Robinson (NZ)
10000m for women only
  M45 W45
1982 35:17.0 - Neil Fleming (NZ)
35:49.0 - B McLean (NZ)
36:01.0 - L Roselser (NZ)
10000m for women only
  M50 W50
1982 35:35.0 - Don Melrose (NZ)
40:08.0 - L Fletcher (AU)
42:10.0 - J Cornish (NZ)
10000m for women only
  M55 W55
1982 35:49.3 - Derek Turnbull (NZ)
39:12.0 - B Thomas (NZ)
39:14.0 - J Daly (NZ)
10000m for women only
  M60 W60
1982 41:23.0 - H Clark (NZ)
43:27.0 - J Purves (NZ)
43:44.0 - C Jelley (NZ)
10000m for women only
  M65 W65
1982 46:28.0 - Clem Green (NZ)
no second or third place
10000m for women only
  M70 W70
1982 not contested 10000m for women only
  M75 W75
1982 1st - S Hesketh (AU)
no second or third place
10000m for women only

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