|Born||1 January 1988|
Banz, Western Highlands
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Weight||63 kg (139 lb)|
|Country||Papua New Guinea|
|Updated on 23 August 2016.|
Toea Wisil (1 January 1988) is an athlete from Papua New Guinea who specializes in sprints.She was selected as her nation's flag bearer at the 2012 Summer Olympics Parade of Nations. In her race, she impressed American TV announcer Ato Bolden by running an eased up 11.60 into a strong headwind, the number one qualifier from the preliminary round of the 100 m. She was equally impressive in the quarterfinal, beating the field including Allyson Felix out of the blocks and coming within .05 of qualifying to the semi-final round, finishing ahead of athletes that did not need to run in the preliminary round. During the Pacific Games, she won a triple-triple individual gold, 100 m, 200 m and 400 m, during 3 different editions, 2011, 2015 and 2019.
|Representing Papua New Guinea|
|2004||Oceania Youth Championships||Townsville, Australia||2nd||200 m||25.91|
|2nd||800 m medley relay||1:52.04|
|2005||Melanesian Championships||Lae, Papua New Guinea||2nd||100m||12.42 (wind: -0.9 m/s)|
|2nd||200m||25.70 (wind: -0.8 m/s)|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||49.04|
|1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:57.01|
|World Youth Championships||Marrakesh, Morocco||5th (h)||200 m||25.04 s (wind: +0.7 m/s)|
|4th (h)||400 m||57.55 s|
|South Pacific Mini Games||Koror, Palau||3rd||100 m||12.43 s (wind: +0.1 m/s)|
|3rd||200 m||25.65 s w(wind: +2.1 m/s)|
|2nd||400 m||57.91 s|
|2nd||4 × 100 m relay||49.16 s|
|1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:58.97 min|
|2006||Commonwealth Games||Melbourne, Australia||6th (h)||400m||56.72 s|
|5th||4 × 400 m relay||3:47.88 min NR|
|World Junior Championships||Beijing, China||47th (h)||100 m||12.17 s (wind: +0.1 m/s)|
|19th (h)||4 × 100 m relay||48.40 s|
|Oceania Championships||Apia, Samoa||2nd||100 m||12.03 s (wind: +0.2 m/s)|
|3rd||200 m||24.53 s (wind: +0.8 m/s)|
|3rd||400 m||57.26 s|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||48.30 s|
|2nd||Mixed 800 m medley relay||1:37.95 min|
|2007||Melanesian Championships||Cairns, Queensland, Australia||2nd||100m||12.05 (wind: -1.8 m/s)|
|3rd||200m||24.23 (wind: +0.4 m/s)|
|1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:54.12|
|Pacific Games||Apia, Samoa||3rd||100 m||12.00 s (wind: +0.1 m/s)|
|3rd||200 m||24.34 s (wind: +0.3 m/s)|
|2nd||400 m||55.15 s|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||45.99 s|
|1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:40.55 min GR|
|2008||Oceania Championships||Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands||2nd||100 m||11.94 s (wind: -1.2 m/s)|
|2nd||200 m||24.45 s (wind: -2.1 m/s)|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||47.27 s|
|2009||Melanesian Championships||Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia||1st||100m||11.80 (wind: -1.0 m/s)|
|2nd||200m||24.64 (wind: +1.6 m/s)|
|2010||Oceania Championships||Cairns, Australia||1st||100 m||11.85 s (wind: +1.0 m/s)|
|1st||200 m||23.63 s w(wind: +2.6 m/s)|
|4th||400 m||55.87 s|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||46.86 s CR|
|Commonwealth Games||Delhi, India||4th||100 m||11.52 s (wind: +0.2 m/s)|
|7th||200 m||23.84 s (wind: +0.8 m/s)|
|5th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:40.40 min NR|
|2011||Pacific Games||Nouméa, New Caledonia||1st||100 m||11.96 s (wind: +0.3 m/s)|
|1st||200 m||24.61 s (wind: -1.1 m/s)|
|1st||400 m||54.94 s|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||46.30 s|
|1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:45.32 min|
|2012||Olympic Games||London, United Kingdom||4th (h)||100 m||11.27 s w(wind: +2.2 m/s)|
|2013||Oceania Championships||Papeete, French Polynesia||1st||100 m||11.90 s (wind: -0.7 m/s)|
|1st||200 m||24.45 s (wind: -1.1 m/s)|
|World Championships||Moscow, Russia||31st (h)||100m||11.61 (wind: -0.3 m/s)|
|44th (h)||200m||24.23 (wind: -0.1 m/s)|
|Pacific Mini Games||Mata-Utu, Wallis and Futuna||1st||100m||11.68 (wind: +1.5 m/s)|
|1st||200m||24.12 (wind: +1.1 m/s)|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||46.75|
|1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:52.82|
|2014||Commonwealth Games||Glasgow, United Kingdom||10th (sf)||100m||11.44 (wind: +0.1 m/s)|
|21st (sf)||200m||24.48 (wind: -0.2 m/s)|
|12th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:46.26|
|2015||Oceania Championships||Cairns, Queensland, Australia||1st||100m||11.41 w(wind: +2.9 m/s)|
|1st||200m||23.71 (wind: +0.5 m/s)|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||46.31|
|2nd||Mixed 800m sprint medley relay||1:36.08|
|2017||World Championships||London, United Kingdom||27th (h)||100 m||11.41|
|42nd (h)||200 m||23.93|
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