1995 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

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VIII Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
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Host city Santiago, Chile Chile
Date(s) September 1-3
Level Junior
Participation about 380 athletes from
20 nations
Events 42

The 8th Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held in Santiago, Chile, on September 1-3, 1995.

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 380 athletes from about 20 countries: Argentina (32), Bahamas (5), Bolivia (2), Brazil (60), British Virgin Islands (1), Canada (28), Chile (50), Colombia (17), Costa Rica (2), Cuba (15), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (12), Jamaica (21), Mexico (33), Peru (4), Puerto Rico (9), Saint Kitts and Nevis (2), United States (66), Uruguay (14), Venezuela (6).

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  Dave Tomlin (CAN) 10.1  Kim Collins (SKN) 10.4  Brian Rasberry (USA) 10.4
200 metres  Dave Tomlin (CAN) 20.96  Elston Cawley (JAM) 21.44  Robert Staten (USA) 21.48
400 metres  Obea Moore (USA) 45.14 WYB  Jerome Young (USA) 45.76  Shane Niemi (CAN) 46.69
800 metres  Zach Whitmarsh (CAN) 1:50.39  Eronilde Almeida (BRA) 1:50.74  Márcio da Silva (BRA) 1:50.95
1500 metres  Márcio da Silva (BRA) 3:45.80  Michael Stember (USA) 3:46.65  Rodolfo Gómez (MEX) 3:47.90
5000 metres  Miguel del Valle (MEX) 14:27.24  David Galindo (MEX) 14:29.38  José Carrasco (COL) 14:34.25
10000 metres  David Galindo (MEX) 29:46.72  Clodoaldo da Silva (BRA) 29:51.75  Francisco Mondragón (MEX) 30:02.40
3000 metres steeplechase  Alex Greaux (PUR) 9:10.30  Richard Arias (ECU) 9:11.25  Carlos Ruiz (MEX) 9:11.81
110 metres hurdles  Anier García (CUB) 13.84  Jeremichael Williams (USA) 13.84  Maurice Wignall (JAM) 14.00
400 metres hurdles  Rodrigues Pfister (USA) 51.26  Braxton Cosby (USA) 51.36  Édson dos Reis (BRA) 52.63
High Jump  Erasmo Jara (ARG) 2.18  Felipe Apablaza (CHI) 2.16  Tony Suderman (CAN) 2.13
Pole Vault  Jason Pearce (USA) 5.30  Borya Orloff (USA) 5.20  Ryan Hvidston (CAN) 5.05
Long Jump  Maurice Wignall (JAM) 7.75  Dominick Millner (USA) 7.71  Sérgio dos Santos (BRA) 7.31
Triple Jump  René Hernández (CUB) 16.03  Gustavo Pinto (BRA) 15.94  Allen Mortimer (BAH) 15.65
Shot Put  Bradley Snyder (CAN) 16.74  Marco Antonio Verni (CHI) 16.23  Christopher Merced (PUR) 15.50
Discus Throw  Luke Sullivan (USA) 53.82  Scott McPherrin (USA) 51.64  Christopher Merced (PUR) 47.90
Hammer Throw  Yosmel Montes (CUB) 65.40  Juan Cerra (ARG) 64.24  Sebastián Barlasina (ARG) 53.94
Javelin Throw  Máximo Rigondeaux (CUB) 67.82  Francisco Galotto (ARG) 62.78  Darrin File (USA) 62.64
Decathlon  Tom Pappas (USA) 7198  Daniel Haag (USA) 7083  José Antonetti (PUR) 6689
10000 metres Track Walk  Jesús Sánchez (MEX) 42:14.82  Francisco Pantoja (MEX) 42:43.73  Omar Aguirre (ECU) 43:24.90
4 × 100 metres relay  Jamaica
Craig McIntosh
Ricardo Williams
Lindel Frater
Elston Cawley
40.23  United States
Billy Fobbs
Brian Raspberry
Obea Moore
Jerome Young
40.28  Brazil
Cleber da Silva
Evandro de Tristão
Édson Nascimento
Paulo Poersch
41.69
4 × 400 metres relay  United States
Ricky Pfister
Obea Moore
Mark Miller
Jerome Young
3:04.27  Jamaica
Angelito Davis
Mark Neish
Omar Bailey
Rohan McDonald
3:11.51  Brazil
Eronilde de Almeida
Evandro de Tristão
Edson dos Reis
Víctor Goulart
3:13.64

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Debbie Ferguson (BAH) 11.58  Angela Williams (USA) 11.64  Margaret Fox (CAN) 11.83
200 metres  Debbie Ferguson (BAH) 23.44  Kelli White (USA) 23.93  Margaret Fox (CAN) 24.00
400 metres  Claudine Williams (JAM) 52.34  Carla Estes (USA) 55.71  Kadrina Coffee (USA) 55.99
800 metres  Mairelín Fuentes (CUB) 2:09.08  Kristie Johnson (USA) 2:10.24  Tara Mendoza (USA) 2:11.60
1500 metres  Heather De Geest (CAN) 4:22.50  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 4:27.00  Karla Betancourt (MEX) 4:28.17
3000 metres  Julia Stamps (USA) 9:30.39  Erika Olivera (CHI) 9:32.52  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 9:46.93
10000 metres  Erika Olivera (CHI) 34:43.10  Casi Florida (USA) 35:21.67  Donna Fidler (USA) 36:10.51
100 metres hurdles  Joanna Hayes (USA) 13.69  Yolanda McCray (USA) 13.93  Maisie Haan (CAN) 14.38
400 metres hurdles  Nadia Schmiedt (CAN) 58.43  Stacy Jordan (USA) 59.72  Ángeles Pantoja (MEX) 60.00
High Jump  Jeana McDowell (USA) 1.76  Yanisleidi Fernández (CUB) 1.76  Niurka Lussón (CUB) 1.74
Long Jump  Angie Brown (USA) 6.32  Marita Hunt (USA) 6.16  Solange Witteveen (ARG) 5.67
Triple Jump  Deana Simmons (USA) 12.88  LaShonda Christopher (USA) 12.43  Sorileny Quintero (VEN) 12.26
Shot Put  Seilala Sua (USA) 14.13  Alisa Raymond (USA) 14.04  Josiane Soares (BRA) 13.98
Discus Throw  Suzy Powell (USA) 52.98  Seilala Sua (USA) 50.22  Sami Jo Small (CAN) 48.52
Hammer Throw  Doreen Heldt (USA) 45.88  Josiane Soares (BRA) 45.40  Patricia Mellodge (USA) 43.90
Javelin Throw  Osleidys Menéndez (CUB) 51.30  Nora Bicet (CUB) 50.00  Ann Crouse (USA) 49.12
Heptathlon  Janet Blomstedt (USA) 5304  Sheila Acosta (PUR) 5008  Kátia da Silva (BRA) 4703
5000 metres Track Walk  Victoria Palacios (MEX) 23:12.16  Abigail Sáenz (MEX) 23:18.46  Ángela Aliaga (BOL) 24:32.15
4 × 100 metres relay  United States 44.89  Jamaica 45.18  Colombia 46.73
4 × 400 metres relay  Jamaica 3:38.57  United States 3:39.91  Brazil 3:50.14

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 16 21 8 45
2  Cuba 6 2 1 9
3  Canada 6 0 7 13
4  Mexico 4 3 5 12
5  Jamaica 4 3 1 8
6  Bahamas 2 0 1 3
7  Brazil 1 4 8 13
8  Chile 1 3 0 4
9  Argentina 1 2 2 5
10  Puerto Rico 1 1 3 5
11  Colombia 0 1 3 4
12  Ecuador 0 1 1 2
13  Saint Kitts and Nevis 0 1 0 1
14  Bolivia 0 0 1 1
 Venezuela 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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