1967 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics

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The inaugural 1967 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Heriberto Jara Corona in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico between 5–7 May.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Hermes Ramírez
 Cuba
10.5A Juan Franceschi
 Puerto Rico
10.6A Félix Eugellés
 Cuba
10.8A
200 metres Hermes Ramírez
 Cuba
21.6A Juan Franceschi
 Puerto Rico
21.6A Miguel González
 Mexico
21.7A
400 metres Juan Franceschi
 Puerto Rico
47.1A Rodobaldo Díaz
 Cuba
47.6A Manuel Montalvo
 Cuba
48.1A
800 metres Frederico Vera
 Mexico
1:51.3A Julio Morales
 Puerto Rico
1:51.8A Roberto Silva
 Mexico
1:52.0A
1500 metres Ricardo Palomares
 Mexico
3:59.2A José Neri
 Mexico
3:59.3A José Antonetti
 Puerto Rico
4:04.7A
5000 metres Concepción Salinas
 Mexico
15:02.6A Flavio Buendía
 Mexico
15:27.2A Julio Quevedo
 Guatemala
16:02.0A
10000 metres Juan Martínez
 Mexico
30:33.6A Efraín Carmona
 Mexico
31:11.0A José Gonzales
 Cuba
34:17.4A
Half marathon Juan Martínez
 Mexico
1:11:02A Félix Carmona
 Mexico
1:12:08A José Gonzales
 Cuba
1:16:25A
3000 metres steeplechase Carlos Vargas
 Mexico
9:19.2A Flavio Buendía
 Mexico
9:19.4A Manuel Pérez
 Puerto Rico
10:33.6A
110 metres hurdles Juan Morales
 Cuba
14.6A Lázaro Betancourt
 Cuba
14.7A David Cruz
 Puerto Rico
16.4A
400 metres hurdles Salvador Medina
 Mexico
52.3A Miguel Olivera
 Cuba
52.4A Césare Sánchez
 Mexico
52.6A
High jump Teodoro Palacios
 Guatemala
2.05A David Cruz
 Puerto Rico
1.80A
Pole vault Rolando Cruz
 Puerto Rico
4.50A Roberto Fernández
 Cuba
4.40A José Seth
 Guatemala
3.80A
Long jump Abelardo Pacheco
 Cuba
7.49A David Cruz
 Puerto Rico
7.46A José Hernández
 Cuba
7.44A
Triple jump José Hernández
 Cuba
15.54A Guillermo Hoffner
 Mexico
15.12A David Douglas
 Guatemala
13.47A
Shot put Fidel Estrada
 Cuba
16.42A Benigno Hodelín
 Cuba
15.75A Carlos Yapur
 Mexico
15.14A
Discus throw Bárbaro Cañizares
 Cuba
52.96A Javier Moreno
 Cuba
49.95A Ignacio Reinosa
 Puerto Rico
49.91A
Hammer throw Enrique Samuells
 Cuba
66.06A Julián Núñez Arana
 Mexico
49.67A Pedro Granell
 Puerto Rico
48.39A
Javelin throw Francisco Mena
 Cuba
69.60A Edmundo Medina
 Mexico
68.11A Jorge García
 Puerto Rico
68.10A
Pentathlon Francisco Mena
 Cuba
3440A Donald Vélez
 Nicaragua
2847A Sergio Hernández
 Mexico
2779A
20 km road walk José Pedraza
 Mexico
1:46:31A Pablo Colín
 Mexico
1:50:41A Euclides Calzado
 Cuba
1:50:55A
4 x 100 metres relay  Cuba 40.3A
4 x 400 metres relay  Mexico 3:16.0A  Puerto Rico 3:18.3A  Cuba 3:21.2A

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Cristina Echevarría
 Cuba
11.5A Miguelina Cobián
 Cuba
11.6A Mercedes Román
 Mexico
12.4A
200 metres Miguelina Cobián
 Cuba
23.9A Violeta Quesada
 Cuba
24.4A Gladys Azcuaga
 Mexico
26.0A
400 metres Aurelia Pentón
 Cuba
57.4A Gladys Azcuaga
 Mexico
59.5A Lourdes García
 Mexico
61.4A
800 metres Aurelia Pentón
 Cuba
2:24.1A María Díaz
 Mexico
2:24.3A Ines Mondragón
 Mexico
2:26.8A
80 metres hurdles Marlene Elejalde
 Cuba
11.6A Daisy Hechevarría
 Cuba
11.7A Enriqueta Basilio
 Mexico
12.1A
High jump Marcia Garbey
 Cuba
1.53A Silvia Tapia
 Mexico
1.45A
Long jump Irene Martínez
 Cuba
5.65A Marcia Garbey
 Cuba
5.62A Mercedes Román
 Mexico
5.39A
Shot put Hilda Ramírez
 Cuba
13.59A Grecia Hamilton
 Cuba
13.02A Guadalupe Lartigue
 Mexico
12.28A
Discus throw Caridad Aguero
 Cuba
45.86A Hilda Ramírez
 Cuba
42.65A Lili Schluter
 Mexico
38.25A
Javelin throw María Moreno
 Cuba
49.94A Hilda Ramírez
 Cuba
41.66A Martha Bravo
 Mexico
38.26A
Pentathlon Marlene Elejalde
 Cuba
4186A Mercedes Román
 Mexico
4031A Daisy Hechevarría
 Cuba
4009A
4 x 100 metres relay  Cuba 45.1A  Mexico 49.6A  Guatemala 52.5A

A = affected by altitude

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 23 13 8 44
2  Mexico 9 14 14 37
3  Puerto Rico 2 6 6 14
4  Guatemala 1 0 4 5
5  Nicaragua 0 1 0 1

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