1973 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics

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The 1973 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio José Pachencho Romero in Maracaibo, Venezuela between 26–29 July.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Don Quarrie
 Jamaica
10.2 =CR José Triana
 Cuba
10.2 Carl Lawson
 Jamaica
10.2
200 metres Don Quarrie
 Jamaica
20.1w Silvio Leonard
 Cuba
20.3w Pablo Bandomo
 Cuba
20.4w
400 metres Alberto Juantorena
 Cuba
46.4 CR Pedro Ferrer
 Puerto Rico
46.6 Víctor Patínez
 Venezuela
47.2
800 metres Leandro Civil
 Cuba
1:49.8 Luis Medina
 Cuba
1:49.8 Leotulfo Jiménez
 Venezuela
1:50.7
1500 metres Antonio Colón
 Puerto Rico
3:45.9 CR Jesús Barrero
 Colombia
3:47.2 Carlos Báez
 Puerto Rico
3:47.6
5000 metres Víctor Mora
 Colombia
14:04.2 CR Mario Pérez
 Mexico
14:06.8 Rafael Palomares
 Mexico
14:19.6
10000 metres Víctor Mora
 Colombia
29:56.4 CR Pedro Miranda
 Mexico
29:56.6 Luis Haro
 Mexico
29:58.2
Half marathon Mario Cuevas
 Mexico
1:05:07 CR Martín Pabón
 Colombia
1:05:56 Santiago Barón
 Colombia
1:06:10
3000 metres steeplechase Antonio Villanueva
 Mexico
8:49.4 CR Rigoberto Mendoza
 Cuba
8:52.6 Víctor Mora
 Colombia
8:58.2
110 metres hurdles Juan Morales
 Cuba
13.7w Guillermo Núñez
 Cuba
13.8w Enrique Rendón
 Venezuela
14.4w
400 metres hurdles Julio Ferrer
 Puerto Rico
51.9 CR Fabio Zúñiga
 Colombia
52.0 Juan García
 Cuba
53.1
High jump Richard Spencer
 Cuba
2.06 CR Amado Olaguiber
 Cuba
2.03 Pedro Yequez
 Venezuela
2.03
Pole vault Jorge Palacios
 Cuba
4.85 CR Roberto Moré
 Cuba
4.85 Ciro Valdés
 Colombia
4.60
Long jump Milán Matos
 Cuba
7.68 CR Efraín Malberty
 Cuba
7.34 Wilfredo Maisonave
 Puerto Rico
7.28
Triple jump Juvenal Pérez
 Cuba
15.79 Gerry Swan
 Bermuda
15.57 Edgar Moreno
 Venezuela
15.56
Shot put José Carreño
 Venezuela
15.94 Benigno Hodelín
 Cuba
15.78 Silván Hemming
 Cuba
15.72
Discus throw Julián Morrinson
 Cuba
57.58 CR Javier Moreno
 Cuba
53.86 Ignacio Reinosa
 Puerto Rico
49.12
Hammer throw Víctor Suárez
 Cuba
62.50 William Silén
 Puerto Rico
59.08 Pedro Garbey
 Cuba
59.08
Javelin throw Raúl Fernández
 Cuba
74.90 Amado Morales
 Puerto Rico
70.94 Héctor Vinent
 Cuba
70.24
Decathlon Jesús Mirabal
 Cuba
7315 CR Rigoberto Salazar
 Cuba
7035 Celso Aragón
 Colombia
6841
4 x 100 metres relay  Jamaica 39.9  Cuba 40.2  Trinidad and Tobago 41.1
4 x 400 metres relay  Jamaica 3:09.4  Cuba 3:10.1  Venezuela 3:10.4

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Silvia Chivás
 Cuba
11.4 CR Carmen Valdés
 Cuba
11.6 Laura Pierre
 Trinidad and Tobago
11.9
200 metres Silvia Chivás
 Cuba
23.5w Asunción Acosta
 Cuba
23.9w Ruth Williams
 Jamaica
23.9w
400 metres Aurelia Pentón
 Cuba
53.5 =CR Asunción Acosta
 Cuba
53.7 Lorna Forde
 Barbados
54.9
800 metres Charlotte Bradley
 Mexico
2:05.8 CR Zeneida de la Cruz
 Dominican Republic
2:06.9 Enriqueta Nava
 Mexico
2:07.7
1500 metres Enriqueta Nava
 Mexico
4:26.3 CR Charlotte Bradley
 Mexico
4:35.1 Melquises Fonseca
 Cuba
4:37.3
100 metres hurdles Marlene Elejalde
 Cuba
13.9 Andrea Bruce
 Jamaica
14.4 Mercedes Román
 Mexico
14.4
200 metres hurdles Marlene Elejalde
 Cuba
28.0w Raquel Martínez
 Cuba
29.1w Alix Castillo
 Venezuela
30.7w
High jump Andrea Bruce
 Jamaica
1.71 Marima Rodríguez
 Cuba
1.69 Angela Carbonell
 Cuba
1.67
Long jump Marcia Garbey
 Cuba
6.04 Ana Alexander
 Cuba
6.02 Ana Maquilón
 Colombia
5.46
Shot put Hilda Ramírez
 Cuba
14.28 CR Celeste Kindelán
 Cuba
14.02 Patricia Andrus
 Venezuela
12.88
Discus throw Carmen Romero
 Cuba
52.46 María Betancourt
 Cuba
47.92 Patricia Andrus
 Venezuela
39.88
Javelin throw Tomasa Núñez
 Cuba
51.62 Milagros Bayard
 Cuba
47.04 Gladys González
 Venezuela
45.52
Pentathlon Lucía Duquet
 Cuba
3807 Mercedes Román
 Mexico
3729 Angela Carbonell
 Cuba
3629
4 x 100 metres relay  Cuba 45.9  Jamaica 48.4  Netherlands Antilles 48.6
4 x 400 metres relay  Cuba 3:42.1  Barbados 3:51.0  Mexico 3:56.9

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 23 22 8 53
2  Jamaica 5 2 2 9
3  Mexico 4 4 5 13
4  Colombia 2 3 5 10
5  Puerto Rico 2 3 3 8
6  Venezuela 1 0 10 11
7  Barbados 0 1 1 2
8  Dominican Republic 0 1 0 1
 Bermuda 0 1 0 1
10  Trinidad and Tobago 0 0 2 2
11  Netherlands Antilles 0 0 1 1


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