1992 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics

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X Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Tegucigalpa, Honduras Honduras
Date(s) 10-12 July
Level Junior and Youth
Participation about 304
(167 junior,
137 youth) athletes from
17 nations
Events 79
(41 junior,
38 youth)

The 10th Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships was held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, between 10-12 July, 1992.


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
(0.0 m/s)
 Ato Boldon (TRI) 10.4  Kareem Streete-Thompson (CAY) 10.6  Alejandro Cárdenas (MEX) 10.6
200 metres
(0.1 m/s)
 Ato Boldon (TRI) 21.5  Rosendo Rivera (PUR) 22.2  Wendell Faria (SUR) 22.3
400 metres  Gustavo del Castillo (PAN) 48.8  Arturo Castillón (MEX) 48.9  Erick Torres (PUR) 49.3
800 metres  Jorge Islas (MEX) 1:54.7  Jorge Rojas (CRC) 1:54.9  Mario Rivera (PUR) 1:55.1
1500 metres  Ignacio Jiménez (MEX) 4:00.0  Alberto Jaén (PAN) 4:01.2  Jorge Ulate (CRC) 4:03.5
5000 metres  Fernando García (MEX) 15:21.3  Juan Perea (MEX) 15:22.3  Carlos Guerra (PAN) 15:43.9
10000 metres  Marcos Villa (MEX) 32:10.8  Carlos Guerra (PAN) 32:11.0  Alejandro Espinoza (CRC) 33:03.5
Half Marathon  Jhonny Loría (CRC) 1:15:09  Alejandro Espinoza (CRC) 1:17:56  Gerardo García (MEX) 1:18:47
3000 metres steeplechase  Ignacio Jiménez (MEX) 9:19.2  Mauro Pérez (MEX) 9:51.6  Ronald Arias (ESA) 10:00.3
110 metres hurdles
(1.9 m/s)
 César Jongitud (MEX) 14.9  Shawn Browne (BAR) 15.3  Alberto Aguirre (MEX) 15.7
400 metres hurdles  Arturo Castillón (MEX) 52.5  Shawn Browne (BAR) 52.8  Francisco Álvarez (PUR) 53.3
High Jump  Victor Houston (BAR) 2.08  José Barahona (PAN) 2.00  Edgar Andrade (MEX) 1.92
Pole Vault  Edgar León (MEX) 4.80  Jorge Tienda (MEX) 4.15  Cecil Koehling (HON) 3.05
Long Jump  Kareem Streete-Thompson (CAY) 7.57  Keita Cline (IVB) 7.38  Victor Houston (BAR) 7.06
Triple Jump  Ricardo Santiago (PUR) 15.40  Victor Houston (BAR) 15.20  Keita Cline (IVB) 14.64
Shot Put  Alejandro Benítez (PUR) 14.94  Daniel Ríos (MEX) 13.87  Alberto Cisniega (MEX) 13.04
Discus Throw  Alejandro Benítez (PUR) 41.60  Héctor González (PUR) 38.98  Walter Hernández (ESA) 37.54
Hammer Throw  Héctor González (PUR) 47.48  Ernesto Argumedo (ESA) 44.60  Ramón Arce (MEX) 42.14
Javelin Throw  Juan Manuel López (MEX) 64.07  Alberto Cisniega (MEX) 62.23  Osvaldo Márquez (GUA) 45.37
Decathlon  Kevin Stephens (TRI) 5637  Gersón Sánchez (MEX) 5238  Carlos Martínez (MEX) 5068
10000 metres Track Walk  Alejandro López (MEX) 44:51.1  Rogelio Sánchez (MEX) 46:34.9  Hugo López (GUA) 47:15.4
4 x 100 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Erick Torres
Miguel Ortega
Rosendo Rivera
Dan Ditzler
41.2  Mexico
Carlos Villaseñor
Esteban Fuentes
Gersón Sánchez
Manuel López
42.0  Honduras
Juan Daniel Lobo
Cecil Koehling
Carlos Lino
Alex Flores
44.4
4 x 400 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Erick Torres
Rosendo Rivera
Carlos Sánchez
Francisco Álvarez
3:15.5  Mexico
Felix
Montes
Alberto Aguirre
Arturo Castillón
3:19.4  Costa Rica
Jorge Rojas
Egbert Stevens
Jorge Ulate
Brenes
3:26.3

Female Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Dedra Davis (BAH) 12.0  Savatheda Fynes (BAH) 12.1  Shelley Ann Wicker (TRI) 12.2
200 metres
(-0.1 m/s)
 Savatheda Fynes (BAH) 24.1  Jessica de la Cruz (PUR) 24.6  Shelley Ann Wicker (TRI) 24.9
400 metres  Jessica de la Cruz (PUR) 55.8  Tracy Bradshaw (IVB) 57.6  Claudia Moctezuma (MEX) 57.8
800 metres  Elizabeth Betancourt (MEX) 2:15.0  Lilia Pichardo (MEX) 2:16.0  Sandra Moya (PUR) 2:18.1
1500 metres  María Elena Jasso (MEX) 4:42.6  Catherine Diéguez (GUA) 5:24.0  Sandra Espinal (HON) 5:40.4
3000 metres  María Luz Villanueva (MEX) 10:40.0  Ana María Carrillo (MEX) 10:43.3  Sasha Durán (PUR) 11:35.6
100 metres hurdles
(-1.9 m/s)
 Susana Quevedo (MEX) 14.7  Marlene Vargas (MEX) 15.9  Nora Alemán (HON) 18.9
400 metres hurdles  Arniece McPhee (BAH) 62.0  Mayra González (MEX) 63.6  Carmen Carballo (PUR) 65.8
High Jump  Valdéz Chacón (MEX) 1.68  Sandra Oliveros (GUA) 1.40
Long Jump  Dedra Davis (BAH) 6.00  María de Jesús (MEX) 5.14  Griselda de la Cruz (MEX) 5.13
Triple Jump  Martha Lewis (CRC) 10.59  Arniece McPhee (BAH) 10.27  Reyna Osorio (HON) 7.69
Shot Put  Angélica Roux (MEX) 11.95  América Chririnos (MEX) 11.12  Eva María Dimas (ESA) 10.08
Discus Throw  Elizabeth Sánchez (MEX) 41.58  Eva María Dimas (ESA) 35.44  Jessica Gómez (HON) 30.14
Javelin Throw  Marsha Mark (TRI) 42.43  María Haydé (MEX) 39.81  Aracely López (MEX) 38.72
Heptathlon  Carmen Carballo (PUR) 3548  Dana Vega (MEX) 3066  Azucenza Aguilera (HON) 2251
5000 metres Track Walk  Rosario Sánchez (MEX) 27:26.0  María Ambrosio (GUA) 27:48.5  Meivis Castillo (PAN) 33:32.4
4 x 100 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Alba Báez
Jessica de la Cruz
Wanda Betancourt
Elaine Torres
47.8  Mexico
Marlene Vargas
Susana Quevedo
Padron
Mayra González
50.0  Guatemala
Catherine Diéguez
Patricia Valenzuela
Amrei Baumgarten
Sandra Oliveros
52.8
4 x 400 metres relay  Mexico
Claudia Moctezuma
Mayra González
Griselda De La Cruz
Elizabeth Betancourt
3:55.4  Puerto Rico
Wanda Betancourt
Elaine Torres
Sandra Moya
Jessica de la Cruz
3:56.0  Guatemala
Patricia Valenzuela
Catherine Diéguez
Amrei Baumgarten
Sandra Oliveros
4:24.0


Male Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Jason Hamilton (CAY) 11.2  Roberto Santiago (PUR) 11.4  Vianny Coffie (AHO) 11.5
200 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Thyrold Smith (TCA) 22.5  Egbert Stevens (CRC) 22.6  Alex Isaac (PUR) 22.9
400 metres  Shariff Taylor (BER) 49.6  Garth Chadband (TRI) 49.7  Thyrold Smith (TCA) 50.5
800 metres  Shariff Taylor (BER) 2:00.3  Garth Chadband (TRI) 2:01.3  Manuel Velázquez (PUR) 2:01.6
1500 metres  Héctor García (MEX) 4:06.4  Manuel Velázquez (PUR) 4:09.3  Julio Guevara (MEX) 4:12.5
3000 metres  David Galindo (MEX) 9:22.5  Joel Rosario (PUR) 9:42.2  Denis Maradiaga (HON) 10:06.2
2000 metres steeplechase  Héctor García (MEX) 6:17.0  José Martínez (PUR) 6:55.6  Antonio Bustillo (HON) 7:49.0
110 metres hurdles
(-0.1 m/s)
 Carmelo Rondón (PUR) 15.1  José Carmona (PUR) 15.4  Marco García (MEX) 15.9
400 metres hurdles  Marco García (MEX) 54.7  Omar Olguín (MEX) 56.8  Carmelo Rondón (PUR) 60.0
High Jump  Luis Soto (PUR) 2.08  Stephen Woodley (BER) 2.06  Jorge Reyes (PUR) 1.98
Pole Vault  Maximiliano Wong (MEX) 3.65
Long Jump  Luis Soto (PUR) 6.95  Stephen Woodley (BER) 6.70  Antonio Avena (MEX) 6.52
Triple Jump  Severo Barrientos (GUA) 13.61  Marco García (MEX) 13.40  Rohan Simons (BER) 13.37
Shot Put  Hosea Hilton (BAH) 15.20  Christopher Merced (PUR) 15.19  Anthony Alexander (TRI) 14.14
Discus Throw  Christopher Merced (PUR) 47.28  Anthony Alexander (TRI) 46.90  Dominic Powell (CAY) 40.12
Hammer Throw  Eduardo Hernández (PUR) 45.46  Oscar Villalobos (MEX) 45.16  Mauricio Gutiérrez (MEX) 28.68
Javelin Throw  Daniel Espinosa (MEX) 51.95  Anthony Alexander (TRI) 51.93  Dominic Powell (CAY) 51.71
Heptathlon  Juan Ramírez (MEX) 4225  Gerardo Morales (MEX) 3618  Alamar Barrientos (GUA) 3354
5000 metres Track Walk  Benjamín Peña (MEX) 24:13.5  Esteban Santos (MEX) 24:38.7  Miguel Banegas (HON) 26:52.2
4 x 100 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Alex Dávila
Cintrón
Roberto Santiago
Alex Isaac
43.4  Mexico
Luis Martínez
Evener Dueñas
Farias
Antonio Avena
43.8  Guatemala
Salomon Rowe
Contreras
José Vladimiro Rivera
Gandara
46.7
4 x 400 metres relay  Mexico
Juan Arrieta
Omar Olguín
Evener Dueñas
Marco García
3:25.4  Puerto Rico
Juan Camacho
Cintrón
Efrain Arzola
Manuel Velázquez
3:25.6  Guatemala
Alamar Barrientos
Contreras
Sigfrido Rivera
Severo Barrientos
3:43.4


Female Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Debbie Ferguson (BAH) 12.0  Alicia Tyson (TRI) 12.1  Mayra Osorio (PUR) 12.2
200 metres
(-0.1 m/s)
 Debbie Ferguson (BAH) 24.2  Alicia Tyson (TRI) 24.8  Militza Castro (PUR) 25.2
400 metres  Militza Castro (PUR) 56.6  Stephany Grant (CRC) 57.6  Mónica Medina (MEX) 57.7
800 metres  Mónica Medina (MEX) 2:14.3  Karla Betancourt (MEX) 2:15.0  Svamy Pabón (PUR) 2:18.2
1200 metres  Mónica Martell (MEX) 3:33.5  Karla Betancourt (MEX) 3:37.6  Svamy Pabón (PUR) 3:53.5
100 metres hurdles
(-2.5 m/s)
 Verónica Bollo (MEX) 15.0  Sheila Acosta (PUR) 15.2  Marisela Castillo (MEX) 15.6
300 metres hurdles  Verónica Bollo (MEX) 45.0  Stephany Grant (CRC) 45.9  Marisela Castillo (MEX) 46.8
High Jump  Claudia Pinedo (MEX) 1.70  Jéssica Castañeda (MEX) 1.55  Loira Acosta (PUR) 1.45
Long Jump  Loira Acosta (PUR) 5.25  Sandra Friedrich (MEX) 5.23  Elluany Reid (CRC) 5.10
Triple Jump  María Fleischmann (GUA) 10.93  Itnuyt Janovitz (MEX) 10.46  Elluany Reid (CRC) 10.42
Shot Put  Adriana Salas (MEX) 10.16  Flor Acosta (MEX) 9.86  Natalie Paul (TRI) 9.49
Discus Throw  Norma Tilapa (MEX) 32.80  Natalie Paul (TRI) 30.34  Silvia Hofens (GUA) 27.72
Javelin Throw  Adriana Salas (MEX) 37.98  Cleopatra Francis (TRI) 33.79  Madeline Moreno (PUR) 32.76
Pentathlon  Sheila Acosta (PUR) 2161  Silvia Martínez (MEX) 1676
4000 metres Track Walk  Maribel Rebollo (MEX) 21:09.6  Radhamani Mariu (CRC) 26:01.6  Cindy Randales (HON) 26:37.5
4 x 100 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Mayra Osorio
Militza Castro
Colón
Xiomara Dávila
46.7  Mexico
Verónica Bollo
Nidia Verduzco
Sheila Zapata
Elena González
48.4  Costa Rica
Stephanie Grant
Ericka Cyrus
Geoling Fernández
Edmond
49.6
4 x 400 metres relay  Mexico
Verónica Bollo
Mónica Medina
Sheila Zapata
Elena González
3:52.9  Puerto Rico 3:57.8  Honduras 4:36.8


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Mexico México 38 33 17 88
2  Puerto Rico 19 13 16 48
3  Bahamas 7 2 0 9
4  Trinidad and Tobago 4 8 4 16
5  Costa Rica 2 6 6 14
6  Guatemala 2 3 8 13
7  Bermuda 2 2 1 5
8  Cayman Islands 2 1 2 5
9 Panama Panamá 1 3 2 6
10  Barbados 1 3 1 5
11  Turks and Caicos Islands 1 0 1 2
12  El Salvador 0 2 3 5
13  British Virgin Islands 0 2 1 3
14  Honduras 0 0 12 12
15  Netherlands Antilles 0 0 1 1
 Suriname 0 0 1 1


Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Host country Honduras and the Turks and Caicos Islands 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 a number of about 304 athletes (167 junior (under-20) and 137 youth (under-17)) from about 17 countries:


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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