1984 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

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III Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Nassau, Bahamas The Bahamas
Date(s) August 23–25
Level Junior
Participation about 219 athletes from
14 nations
Events 38

The 3rd Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held in Nassau, Bahamas, on August 23-25, 1984.

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1] An unofficial count yields the number of about 219 athletes from about 14 countries: Argentina (3), Bahamas (33), Bermuda (2), Brazil (14), Canada (59), Colombia (2), Ecuador (3), Jamaica (14), Martinique (2), Mexico (11), Panama (5), Puerto Rico (2), United States (68), Venezuela (1).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published.[2] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Joe DeLoach (USA) 10.43w  Jason Leach (USA) 10.44w  William Trott (BER) 10.52w
200 metres  Joe DeLoach (USA) 20.94w  Courtney Brown (CAN) 21.07w  Anthony Mahone (USA) 21.34w
400 metres  Dennis Mitchell (USA) 46.83  Andrew Valmon (USA) 46.94  Bernard Whyte (CAN) 47.20
800 metres  Joey Bunch (USA) 1:48.55  Luis Migueles (ARG) 1:48.67  Kevin Wiseman (CAN) 1:51.77
1500 metres  Charles Marsala (USA) 3:49.81  Luis Migueles (ARG) 3:50.93  John Castellano (CAN) 3:53.52
5000 metres  John Castellano (CAN) 14:16.18  Roberto López (MEX) 14:16.21  Bob Rice (CAN) 14:23.16
2000 metres steeplechase  Roberto López (MEX) 5:52.2  Karl Van Calcar (USA) 5:52.6  Bob Rice (CAN) 6:02.9
110 metres hurdles  Arthur Blake (USA) 14.02w  Mark Boyd (USA) 14.13w  Lyndon Campos (BRA) 14.50w
400 metres hurdles  Kevin Henderson (USA) 51.05  Belfred Clark (USA) 51.55  Neville Douglas (CAN) 52.17
High Jump  Dothel Edwards (USA) 2.21  Mark Reed (USA) 2.15  Troy Kemp (BAH)
 Fernando Pastoriza (ARG)
2.10
Pole Vault  Doug Fraley (USA) 5.28  Brandon Richards (USA) 5.07  Bob Lindsay (CAN) 4.87
Long Jump  Joey Wells (BAH) 7.89  Marcus Barros (BRA) 7.58  Joseph Richardson (USA) 7.38
Triple Jump  John Tillman (USA) 16.61  Kenny Harrison (USA) 16.05  Wendell Lawrence (BAH) 15.26
Shot Put  José de Souza (BRA) 17.09  Gary LeJambre (USA) 16.95  Rob Venier (CAN) 16.88
Discus Throw  José de Souza (BRA) 47.64  Jess Grigg (USA) 47.22  Peter Massfeller (CAN) 45.16
Hammer Throw  John Thomas (USA) 51.22  Eldon Pfeiffer (CAN) 50.48  Alan Lareau (USA) 50.24
Javelin Throw  Robert Amabile (USA) 73.14  Mike Olma (CAN) 68.20  Bruce Bacchiocchi (USA) 66.80
Decathlon  Steve Klassen (USA) 7323  Pedro da Silva (BRA) 7048  Ron McPhee (BAH) 6710
10000 metres Track Walk  Carlos Mercenario (MEX) 48:51.7  Tony Engelhardt (USA) 50:48.8  Dave McGovern (USA) 51:54.5
4 × 100 metres relay  United States
Greg Sholars
Kevin Robinzine
Jason Leach
Joe DeLoach
40.09  Canada
D'Arcy Kay
David Wilkinson
Courtney Brown
Bernard Whyte
40.77  Bahamas
Joey Wells
Byron Ferguson
Mark Johnson
Oscar Skippings
41.91
4 × 400 metres relay  United States
Mike Spangler
Dennis Mitchell
Kevin Robinzine
Andrew Valmon
3:07.59  Canada
Bernard Whyte
Neville Douglas
John Graham
Ron Richards
3:08.32  Bahamas
Oscar Skippings
Byron Ferguson
Sean Burrows
Steven Smith
3:17.18

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Katie Anderson (CAN) 11.60w  Denise Liles (USA) 11.62w  Gail Devers (USA) 11.68w
200 metres  Denise Liles (USA) 23.90w  Pamela Qualls (USA) 23.94w  Rosey Edeh (CAN) 23.98w
400 metres  Andrea Thomas (JAM) 52.57  Chewaukii Knighten (USA) 53.03  Tanya McIntosh (USA) 53.13
800 metres  Elsie Braithwaite (CAN) 2:07.1  Kerri Zaleski (USA) 2:07.5  Andrea Thomas (JAM) 2:09.2
1500 metres  Suzy Favor (USA) 4:19.46  Robyn Meagher (CAN) 4:21.8  Brenda Shackleton (CAN) 4:23.63
3000 metres  Brenda Shackleton (CAN) 9:26.7  Kristen Perini (USA) 9:29.4  Genoveva Domínguez (MEX) 9:30.9
100 metres hurdles  LaVonna Martin (USA) 13.55  Yolande Jones (CAN) 13.98  Nancy McCuaig (CAN) 14.21
400 metres hurdles  Leslie Maxie (USA) 58.38  Donalda Duprey (CAN) 58.99  Carmelle Hunka (CAN) 60.00
High Jump  Lisa Bernhagen (USA) 1.89  Latrese Johnson (USA) 1.86  Orlane dos Santos (BRA) 1.86
Long Jump  Wendy Brown (USA) 6.10  Claire Connor (USA) 5.95  Christina Ignacz (CAN) 5.90
Shot Put  Laverne Eve (BAH) 14.93  Carla Garrett (USA) 14.56  Jill Palmer (USA) 14.30
Discus Throw  Carla Garrett (USA) 48.78  Colleen Rosensteel (USA) 47.70  María Isabel Urrutia (COL) 42.98
Javelin Throw  Michelle Olivera (USA) 54.12  Laverne Eve (BAH) 53.50  Cheryl Coker (CAN) 48.54
Heptathlon  Orlane dos Santos (BRA) 5344  France Nault (CAN) 5077  Pamela Doggett (USA) 4967
3000 metres Track Walk  Sybil Perez (USA) 15:05.4  María Colín (MEX) 15:06.1  Céline Giguère (CAN) 15:46.1
4 × 100 metres relay  United States 45.13  Bahamas 47.19  Brazil 49.50
4 × 400 metres relay  United States 3:36.69  Canada 3:38.68  Bahamas 3:55.35

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 26 20 9 55
2  Canada 4 10 16 30
3  Brazil 3 2 3 8
4  Bahamas 2 2 6 10
5  Mexico 2 2 1 5
6  Jamaica 1 0 1 2
7  Argentina 0 2 1 3
8  Bermuda 0 0 1 1
9  Colombia 0 0 1 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved October 24, 2011 
  2. ^ Athletics Weekly, PAN AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, retrieved October 24, 2011 

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