Oceania Championships Summary

11 Jan 2021 1:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Women’s Combined

In the women’s speed final, Oceania Mackenzie (VIC) kick-started a dream competition with a convincing win against Ella Easton (NSW). Angie Scarth-Johnson (NSW) secured third place.

Mackenzie breezed through the women’s boulder final, flashing all three problems. Angie Scarth-Johnson followed with two tops and three zones, while Ella Easton took out third place, securing two tops and two zones.

In the women’s lead event, Oceania Mackenzie secured a top, capping off a fall-free weekend. Angie Scarth-Johnson reached 42+, securing herself a spot on the podium, while Queenslander Lucy Stirling came in third.


Women’s Combined Results:

1. Oceania Mackenzie (VIC)

2. Angie Scarth-Johnson (NSW)

3. Ella Easton (NSW)

4. Siobhan Dobie (NSW)

5. Lucy Stirling (QLD)

6. Mia Weeda (VIC)

7. Cirrus Tan (NZ)

8. Leah Jeffries (NSW)

9. Roxy Perry (TAS)



Men’s Combined

Tom Farrell (NSW) dominated the speed final, the only competitor to clock a time under seven seconds. Tom O’Halloran came in second, ahead of Newcastle’s Ben Abel.

In a challenging men’s boulder final, Ben Abel was the only competitor to find a top. Tom O’Halloran secured three zones, trailed by James Kassay (VIC), who also latched three zones, coming in third on a countback.

James Kassay put in a smooth performance in the lead final, becoming unstuck one move from the top. Tom O’Halloran also fell just shy of the top, matching Kassay’s high point.


Men’s Combined Results:

1. Tom O’Halloran (NSW)

2. Ben Abel (NSW)

3. James Kassay (VIC)

4. Tom Farrell (NSW)

5. Ned Middlehurst (VIC)

6. Chase Gatland (NZ)

7. Hugo Hornshaw (NSW)

8. Campbell Harrison (VIC)




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