1999 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

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X Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Tampa, United States United States
Date(s) July 9-11
Level Junior
Participation about 330 athletes from
29 nations
Events 43

The 10th Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held in Tampa, Florida, on July 9-11, 1999.

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the CFPI[1] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[2] An unofficial count yields the number of about 330 athletes from about 29 countries: Antigua and Barbuda (3), Argentina (6), Bahamas (11), Barbados (8), Bermuda (1), Belize (1), Brazil (18), British Virgin Islands (2), Canada (61), Cayman Islands (3), Chile (20), Colombia (7), Costa Rica (1), Dominica (2), Ecuador (4), El Salvador (2), Grenada (4), Guatemala (5), Guyana (2), Jamaica (32), Mexico (13), Panama (1), Peru (4), Puerto Rico (12), Trinidad and Tobago (8), Turks and Caicos Islands (10), United States (78), U.S. Virgin Islands (2), Venezuela (9).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published.[3] Complete results can be found on the CFPI[1] and the on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Dwight Thomas (JAM) 10.37  Marquis Davis (USA) 10.38  James Shelton (USA) 10.49
200 metres  Dwight Thomas (JAM) 20.66  Marquis Davis (USA) 20.93  Jermaine Joseph (CAN) 21.40
400 metres  Sanjay Ayre (JAM) 46.14  William Hernández (VEN) 46.87  Liam Card (CAN) 47.16
800 metres  Jonathan Stevens (USA) 1:49.57  Moses Washington (USA) 1:49.77  Achraf Tadili (CAN) 1:49.78
1500 metres  Andrew Powell (USA) 4:04.07  Ryan Hayden (CAN) 4:04.42  Sebastián González Cabot (ARG) 4:04.81
5000 metres  Paul Morrison (CAN) 14:57.03  Daniel Parris (USA) 14:57.89  Michael Smith (USA) 14:59.76
10000 metres  Jesse Thomas (USA) 31:15.63  Jonathan Morales (MEX) 31:18.22  Adam Wallace (USA) 31:45.79
3000 metres steeplechase  Joel Atwater (USA) 9:10.79  Gabe Olchin (USA) 9:25.74  Freddy Velázquez (GUA) 9:28.48
110 metres hurdles  Ricardo Moody (USA) 13.87  Reginald Harrell (USA) 14.24  Marvin Williams (JAM) 14.36
400 metres hurdles  Rickey Harris (USA) 50.56  LaTarence Dunbar (USA) 51.03  Ryan Clarke (JAM) 51.10
High Jump  Jessé de Lima (BRA) 2.21  Brandon Campbell (USA) 2.16  Kevin Cumberbatch (BAR) 2.10
Pole Vault  Rocky Danners (USA) 5.08  Ricardo Pallares (MEX) 4.90  Lowell Dennis (USA) 4.60
Long Jump  Leevan Sands (BAH) 7.48  Ryan Olkowski (USA) 7.37  Robert Jordan (USA) 7.24
Triple Jump  Greg Yeldell (USA) 16.08  Leevan Sands (BAH) 16.00  Jadel Gregório (BRA) 15.90
Shot Put  Simon Stewart (USA) 17.08  Dylan Armstrong (CAN) 16.16  Mateus Monari (BRA) 15.83
Discus Throw  Lucais MacKay (USA) 51.49  Christian Cantwell (USA) 49.91  Dylan Armstrong (CAN) 49.03
Hammer Throw  Dylan Armstrong (CAN) 65.63  Jake Freeman (USA) 64.84  Nicholas Welihozkiy (USA) 59.68
Javelin Throw  Ryan Smith (USA) 67.40  Richard Rock (BAR) 67.01  Manuel Fuenmayor (VEN) 65.83
Decathlon  Bryan Clay (USA) 7207  Marcell Allmond (USA) 7111  Maurice Smith (JAM) 6996
10000 metres Track Walk  Cristián David Berdeja (MEX) 44:30.65  Román Criollo (ECU) 44:49.64  Tristan Ruoss (USA) 46:34.19
4 x 100 metres relay  United States 39.78  Jamaica 40.27  Bahamas 41.00
4 x 400 metres relay  Jamaica 3:06.25  United States 3:07.61  Canada 3:10.01

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Aleen Bailey (JAM) 11.49  Lisa Sharpe (JAM) 11.61  Alexis Joyce (USA) 11.64
200 metres  Aleen Bailey (JAM) 23.48  Amber Robinson (USA) 23.51  Aleah Williams (USA) 23.84
400 metres  Norma González (COL) 52.43  Naleya Downer (JAM) 52.82  Nakiya Johnson (USA) 52.85
800 metres  Ysanne Williams (USA) 2:05.41  Tanya Wright (CAN) 2:06.37  Lindsay Hyatt (USA) 2:06.49
1500 metres  Bethany Brewster (USA) 4:24.98  Alejandra Barrientos (USA) 4:25.65  Stephanie Bennett (CAN) 4:30.14
3000 metres  Sara Gorton (USA) 9:33.98  Madai Pérez (MEX) 9:38.44  Victoria Chang (USA) 9:41.58
5000 metres  Madai Pérez (MEX) 16:50.77  Janill Williams (ATG) 17:00.51  Lucélia Peres (BRA) 17:03.56
100 metres hurdles  Ashlee Williams (USA) 13.78  Nichole Denby (USA) 13.82  Maíla Machado (BRA) 13.92
400 metres hurdles  Lashinda Demus (USA) 57.04  Patricia Hall (JAM) 57.65  Andrea Bliss (JAM) 57.94
High Jump  Sheree Francis (JAM) 1.83  Whitney Evans (CAN)
 Jorgelina Rodríguez (ARG)
1.77
Pole Vault  Tracy O'Hara (USA) 3.93  Fabiana Murer (BRA) 3.75  Kathleen Donoghue (USA) 3.65
Long Jump  Elva Goulbourne (JAM) 6.31  Nolle Graham (JAM) 5.88  Gisele de Oliveira (BRA) 5.84
Triple Jump  Shelly-Ann Gallimore (JAM) 13.41  Gisele de Oliveira (BRA) 13.34  Bianca Rockett (USA) 12.77
Shot Put  Jillian Camarena (USA) 15.25  Candice Scott (TRI) 14.16  Leomelina Blandón (COL) 14.08
Discus Throw  Deshaya Williams (USA) 52.74  Mandy Borschowa (USA) 49.34  Melissa Gibbons (JAM) 47.27
Hammer Throw  Maureen Griffin (USA) 55.78  Nathalie Thenor (CAN) 54.54  Melissa Houston (USA) 52.78
Javelin Throw  Kathryn Polansky (USA) 48.29  Katy Doyle (USA) 47.21  Deanna Zelinka (CAN) 43.59
Heptathlon  Ellannee Richardson (USA) 5438  Kendra Reimer (USA) 5177  Valeria Schönstedt (CHI) 4999
5000 metres Track Walk  Robyn Stevens (USA) 24:42.96  Mabel Oncebay (PER) 24:43.03  Zoila Reyes (GUA) 25:13.97
4 x 100 metres relay  United States 43.38  Jamaica 43.69  Bahamas 46.06
4 x 400 metres relay  United States 3:34.65  Jamaica 3:37.28  Colombia 3:44.79


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 27 19 15 61
2  Jamaica 9 7 5 21
3  Canada 2 5 7 14
4  Mexico 2 3 0 5
5  Brazil 1 2 5 8
6  Bahamas 1 1 2 4
7  Colombia 1 0 2 3
8  Argentina 0 1 1 2
 Barbados 0 1 1 2
 Venezuela 0 1 1 2
11  Antigua and Barbuda 0 1 0 1
 Ecuador 0 1 0 1
 Peru 0 1 0 1
 Trinidad and Tobago 0 1 0 1
15  Guatemala 0 0 2 2
16  Chile 0 0 1 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 1999 Pan Am Junior Championship, Tampa, Florida - Friday July 9, 1999 to Sunday July 11, 1999, C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, retrieved October 25, 2011 
  2. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved October 24, 2011 
  3. ^ Athletics Weekly, PAN AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, retrieved October 24, 2011 

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