Oceania title to Robinson

Holly Robinson
Holly Robinson
Holly Robinson has added another medal to her collection.

The Taieri thrower won gold in the women's para-javelin at the Oceania athletics championships in Townsville.

She threw 40.78m to claim victory on the third day of the meeting.

Fellow Taieri thrower Dyani Shepherd-Oates also got in on the success.

She claimed silver in the under-20 women's hammer throw with a distance of 47.44m.

That left her just over a metre off Australia's Mikayla Horan, who won gold.

Emma McKay leapt 10.84m to finish fourth in the under-18 girls triple jump.

Jacko Gill, Maddie Wilson, Joshua Lush and Lisa Adams won New Zealand's other gold medals.

Gill already led heading into his final throw of the men's shot put.

He extended his distance to 20.75m to win from Australia's Damian Birkenhead.

Wilson accumulated 5179 points to win the under-18 girls heptathlon.

Lush and Adams won the para-long jump and para-shot put events respectively.

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