1982 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics

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V Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Bridgetown, Barbados Barbados
Date(s) 23-25 July
Level Junior and Youth
Participation about 320
(186 junior,
134 youth) athletes from
18 nations
Events 75
(39 junior,
36 youth)

The 5th Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships was held in Bridgetown, Barbados, on 23-25 July, 1982.


Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published by category: Junior A, Male,[1] Junior A, Female,[2] and Junior B.[3] Complete results can be found on the World Junior Athletics History website.[4]

Male Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Earle Laing (JAM) 10.51  Ruthven Prithwie (TRI) 10.53  Lester Benjamin (ATG) 10.60
200 metres  Ruthven Prithwie (TRI) 21.20  Joey Wells (BAH) 21.29  Víctor Carrasquel (VEN) 21.52
400 metres  Damian Mendoza (TRI) 47.50  Richard Louis (BAR) 47.61  Joseph Boyd (JAM) 47.99
800 metres  Damian Mendoza (TRI) 1:56.58  Michael Lawson (JAM) 1:56.60  Richard Taylor (JAM) 1:56.82
1500 metres  Mario Rondón (VEN) 3:55.78  Mauricio Cadavid (COL) 3:55.81  Vidal de la Loza (MEX) 3:56.00
5000 metres  Mauricio Cadavid (COL) 14:43.35  Roberto López (MEX) 14:45.70  Rubén Rivera (PUR) 14:52.06
10000 metres  Rubén Rivera (PUR) 32:22.54  Miguel Rosa (PUR) 32:54.80  Roberto López (MEX) 33:44.75
Half Marathon  Miguel Rosa (PUR) 1:12:28  Gregorio Arrechi (VEN) 1:17:20  Alfredo Castro (PUR) 1:22:24
3000 metres steeplechase  Félix Almaguer (CUB) 9:18.88  José Frausto (MEX) 9:31.85  Alfredo Castro (PUR) 9:35.00
110 metres hurdles  Ángel Bueno (CUB) 14.62  Gerald Martin (JAM) 14.84  Douglas Rosado (PUR) 14.87
400 metres hurdles  Orville Gayle (JAM) 56.02  William Meadows (PUR) 57.12  Efraín Pedroza (MEX) 59.00
High Jump  Philippe Dogué (MTQ) 2.03  Nick Saunders (BER) 1.98  Adrian Johnson (BAR) 1.98
Pole Vault  Wendell Collie (BAH) 3.43  Evan Wisdom (BAH) 3.43  Carlos González (PUR) 3.35
Long Jump  Joey Wells (BAH) 7.60  Lester Benjamin (ATG) 7.53  Adrian Jordan (BAR) 7.19
Triple Jump  Lester Benjamin (ATG) 15.83  Lázaro Balcindes (CUB) 15.67  Deryck Lorde (BAR) 15.01
Shot Put  Harry Rodríguez (PUR) 13.75  Steve Coy (TRI) 13.54  Sammy Brennan (BAH) 13.53
Discus Throw  Cruz Ramos (VEN) 42.34  Steve Coy (TRI) 41.20  Wesley Francis (TRI) 40.16
Hammer Throw  Francisco Soria (CUB) 59.56  José Gutiérrez (PUR) 44.74  Joel Martínez (VEN) 43.36
Javelin Throw  Philippe Dogué (MTQ) 58.12  Brooke Onley (BER) 58.06  Cosme Hurtado (VEN) 57.38
Decathlon  Wendell Collie (BAH) 6449  Brooke Onley (BER) 6388  Sammy Brennan (BAH) 6279
10000 metres Track Walk  Héctor Moreno (COL) 44:13.55  Marcos Hernández (COL) 46:19.64  Santos Hernández (PUR) 49:47.01
4 x 100 metres relay  Jamaica
Ray Stewart
Gerald Martin
Leroy Reid
Earle Laing
40.68  Trinidad and Tobago
R. Parris
Anthony Monroe
Ruthven Prithwie
Derrick George
40.92  Venezuela
O. Gil
Victor Carrasquel
Freddy Pérez
Antonio Gómez
41.44
4 x 400 metres relay  Jamaica
Michael Lawson
Mark Senior
Fenton Hugg
Joseph Boyd
3:14.08  Trinidad and Tobago
Avion Callender
I. Haynes
Damien Mendoza
Ruthven Prithwie
3:16.99  Barbados
T. Wiltshire
Camelia Hinds
Victor Jordan
Richard Louis
3:17.32

Female Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Eldece Clarke (BAH) 11.80  Maxine McMillan (TRI) 11.86  Veronica Findlay (JAM) 12.08
200 metres  Angela Williams (TRI) 23.86  Maxine McMillan (TRI) 23.98  Eldece Clarke (BAH) 24.20
400 metres  Cathy Rattray (JAM) 54.53  Yolande Small (TRI) 55.26  Carlon Blackman (BAR) 55.73
800 metres  Sharon Charles (GRN) 2:16.07  Ramona Rosario (PUR) 2:16.82  Whelma Colebrooke (BAH) 2:17.03
1500 metres  Bigna Samuel (VIN) 4:43.25  Adriana Frausto (MEX) 4:44.74  Rosa Domínguez (MEX) 4:45.00
3000 metres  Genoveva Domínguez (MEX) 10:06.57  Fabiola Rueda (COL) 10:08.00  María Pérez (CUB) 10:35.27
100 metres hurdles  Debbie Greene (BAH) 15.30  Belkis Chávez (CUB) 15.40  Andrene Anderson (JAM) 15.50
400 metres hurdles  Evelyn Mathieu (PUR) 65.98  Monique Millar (BAH) 68.99  Maribel Verdijo (PUR) 69.99
High Jump  Sandra Eastmond (BAR) 1.69  Janelle Kelly (TRI) 1.67  Jennifer Archer (BAR) 1.67
Long Jump  Ingrid Boyce (BAR) 5.88  Sorelis Bohórquez (VEN) 5.85  Eloísa Ankles (CUB) 5.76
Shot Put  Luz Bohórquez (VEN) 14.14  Maritza Martén (CUB) 14.10  Laverne Eve (BAH) 13.26
Discus Throw  Yunaira Piña (VEN) 45.94  Marie-Claire Hilaire (MTQ) 44.60  Nora Martín (MEX) 39.50
Javelin Throw  Iris de Grasse (CUB) 53.80  Marieta Riera (VEN) 49.55  Yunaira Piña (VEN) 47.38
Heptathlon  Monique Millar (BAH) 4596  Jan Antoine (BAH) 4156  Carmen Nieves (PUR) 3570
4 x 100 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Dina Kingland
Maxine McMillan
Jenelle Kelly
Angela Williams
46.63  Bahamas
Jan Antoine
Whelma Colebrooke
Debbie Greene
Eldece Clarke
47.13  Jamaica
Sharon Barnes
Andrene Anderson
Veronica Findlay
Cathy Rattray
47.56
4 x 400 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Hilary Bernard
Dawn Douglas
Maxine McMillan
Yolande Small
3:43.96  Jamaica
Yvonne Shields
V. Maxwell
Sharon Powell
Cathy Rattray
3:51.24  Puerto Rico
Carmen Nieves
Maribel Verdejo
Evelyn Mathieu
Ramona Rosario
3:54.03

Male Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Michael Newbold (BAH) 11.00  Shane Howell (JAM) 11.31  Mark Johnson (BAH) 11.35
200 metres  Michael Newbold (BAH) 22.03  Mark Johnson (BAH) 22.46  Ibrahim Rivera (PUR) 22.69
400 metres  Nicholas Tracey (JAM) 50.65  Rómulo Pantajo (VEN) 51.05  Michael Warren (JAM) 51.10
800 metres  José Gautier (PUR) 2:02.31  Sebastian Warner (VIN) 2:03.36  Deryck Codrington (BAR) 2:04.43
1500 metres  José Gautier (PUR) 4:10.70  Francisco Sánchez (VEN) 4:12.48  Deryck Codrington (BAR) 4:14.60
3000 metres  Luis Cruz (PUR) 9:08.71  Francisco Sánchez (VEN) 9:24.67  Reinaldo Félix (PUR) 9:35.73
2000 metres steeplechase  Reinaldo Félix (PUR) 6:29.90  Miguel Mercado (PUR) 6:35.17  Daniel Flores (MEX) 6:45.85
110 metres hurdles  Allan Arroyo (PUR) 15.50  Greg Williams (JAM) 15.59  Allan Ince (BAR) 16.37
400 metres hurdles  Alexander Doville (VEN) 56.33  Allan Arroyo (PUR) 59.26  David Ince (BAR) 59.37
High Jump  Robert Douglas (JAM) 1.92  Troy Kemp (BAH) 1.82  Eduardo Monroig (PUR) 1.77
Pole Vault  Ángel Mudafort (PUR) 3.20  Gian Piubil (PUR) 2.74  Troy Kemp (BAH) 2.64
Long Jump  Michael Newbold (BAH) 6.95  Greg Williams (JAM) 6.80  Arnaldo Cruz (PUR) 6.80
Triple Jump  Arnaldo Cruz (PUR) 13.75  Carlos Moreno (PUR) 13.69  Godfrey Augustine (GRN) 13.67
Shot Put  Alberto Farías (VEN) 14.63  Joseph Antoine (TRI) 14.52  Romero Africana (VEN) 14.46
Discus Throw  Joe Woodside (BAH) 49.74  Oswald Banamu (VEN) 42.26  Iván Romero (VEN) 40.10
Hammer Throw  Iván Romero (VEN) 41.64  Joe Woodside (BAH) 29.60  Mark Gibson (BAH) 22.42
Javelin Throw  Joseph Antoine (TRI) 58.34  Roberto Espinoso (VEN) 56.34  Godfrey Augustine (GRN) 51.26
Heptathlon  Alfredo Mayén (MEX) 3840  Frank Griffith (BAR) 3340  Mark Gibson (BAH) 2809
5000 metres Track Walk  Carlos Mercenario (MEX) 22:52.46  Martín Hinojosa (MEX) 22:54.47  Henry Goitía (VEN)  ???
4 x 100 metres relay  Jamaica
Brown
Greg Williams
Hugh Fyffe
Shane Howell
43.45  Barbados
Terry Belle
Brian Benn
James Browne
Gregston Wharton
44.60  Venezuela
García
Nelson Corvis
Louis Blanco
Pomeo
44.97
4 x 400 metres relay  Jamaica
Michael Warren
Hugh Fyffe
Nicholas Tracey
Shane Howell
3:24.25  Puerto Rico
Javier Andrade
Allan Arroyo
Ibrahim Rivera
José Gautier
3:25.14  Barbados
Terry Bryan
David Ince
David Holder
James Browne
3:33.78

Female Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Pauline Davis (BAH) 11.89  Gillian Forde (TRI) 12.14  Yolande Straughn (BAR) 12.23
200 metres  Pauline Davis (BAH) 23.90  Gillian Forde (TRI) 24.65  Yolande Straughn (BAR) 24.96
400 metres  Pauline Davis (BAH) 55.90  Florencia Chilberry (VEN) 57.13  Guadalupe García (MEX) 57.40
800 metres  Bernardette John (TRI) 2:17.52  Andrea Thomas (JAM) 2:18.59  Diana García (PUR) 2:19.12
1200 metres  Rosa Muñoz (MEX) 3:44.15  Martha Olvera (MEX) 3:44.6  Diana García (PUR) 3:51.19
100 metres hurdles  Verna Hibbert (JAM) 15.72  Kay McConney (BAR) 15.75  Xiomara Hernández (VEN) 17.16
300 metres hurdles  Clara Rosa (PUR) 47.99  Kay McConney (BAR) 48.16  Eudolis Subero (VEN) 48.90
High Jump  Mazel Thomas (JAM) 1.59  Cristina Cistero (MEX) 1.56  Betty Licorish (GRN) 1.53
Long Jump  Pauline Davis (BAH) 5.22  Mazel Thomas (JAM) 5.15  Catherine Richards (BAR) 5.14
Shot Put  Beryl Clarkson (GRN) 10.90  Rennet Celestine (TRI) 10.25  Mayra Ortega (PUR) 9.73
Discus Throw  Jenny Quintero (VEN) 36.66  Nolette Boelijn (AHO) 27.88  Juliette Griffith (BAR) 24.82
Javelin Throw  Mayra Ortega (PUR) 39.90  Mora Milagros (VEN) 37.52  Rennet Celestine (TRI) 36.24
Pentathlon  Tibisay Moreno (VEN) 2512  Celeste Batson (BAR) 2445  Heather Lynch (BAR) 2276
4 x 100 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Joane Solomon
Hospedales
Nicole Charles
Gillian Forde
49.66  Barbados
Forde
Franklyn
Watson
Yolande Straughn
49.83  Puerto Rico
Figueroa
Burgos
Rivera
Clemente
50.35
4 x 400 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Nicole Charles
Joane Solomon
Gillian Forde
Bernardette John
3:56.08  Mexico
Guadalupe García
Rosa Muñoz
Marta Olivera
Adriana Somolano
3:57.01  Puerto Rico
Rivera
Clemente
Burgos
Diana García
4:04.15


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Bahamas 14 8 9 31
2  Puerto Rico 13 9 18 40
3  Jamaica 11 8 6 25
4  Trinidad and Tobago 10 13 2 25
5  Venezuela 9 10 11 30
6  Mexico 4 7 7 18
7  Cuba 4 3 2 9
8  Barbados 2 7 16 25
9  Colombia 2 3 0 5
10  Martinique 2 1 0 3
11  Grenada 2 0 3 5
12  Antigua and Barbuda 1 1 1 3
13  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 1 0 2
14  Bermuda 0 3 0 3
15  Netherlands Antilles 0 1 0 1


Participation (unofficial)[edit]

The British Virgin Islands, Colombia, Grenada, Martinique, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines competed for the first time at the championships. Detailed result lists can be found on the World Junior Athletics History website.[4] An unofficial count yields the number of about 320 athletes (186 junior (under-20) and 134 youth (under-17)) from about 18 countries, again a new record number of participating nations:


References[edit]

  1. ^ Athletics Weekly, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 20 MEN), retrieved August 8, 2011 
  2. ^ Athletics Weekly, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 20 WOMEN), retrieved August 8, 2011 
  3. ^ Athletics Weekly, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 17), retrieved August 8, 2011 
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved August 8, 2011 

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