2001 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

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XI Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Santa Fe, Argentina Argentina
Date(s) October 18–20
Main stadium Centro de Alto Rendimiento Deportivo Pedro Candioti
Level Junior
Participation about 296 athletes from
25 nations
Events 43

The 11th Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held at the Centro de Alto Rendimiento Deportivo Pedro Candioti in Santa Fe, Argentina, from October 18–20, 2001.

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 296 athletes from about 25 countries: Antigua and Barbuda (1), Argentina (40), Barbados (1), Bolivia (3), Brazil (44), Canada (48), Cayman Islands (1), Chile (14), Colombia (19), Costa Rica (1), Cuba (8), Dominican Republic (8), Ecuador (7), El Salvador (2), Guyana (2), Jamaica (19), Mexico (22), Panama (2), Paraguay (2), Peru (5), Suriname (2), Trinidad and Tobago (10), United States (15), Uruguay (5), Venezuela (15).

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  Marc Burns (TRI) 10.28  Darrel Brown (TRI) 10.49  Steve Mullings (JAM) 10.59
200 metres  Alianny Echevarría (CUB) 21.16  Bruno Pacheco (BRA) 21.38  Dion Rodriguez (TRI) 21.43
400 metres  Damion Barry (TRI) 46.40  Luís Ambrósio (BRA) 47.09  John Valoyes (COL) 47.48
800 metres  Simoncito Silvera (VEN) 1:50.95  Juan Luis Barrios (MEX) 1:51.97  Shaun Smith (JAM) 1:52.88
1500 metres  Fabiano Peçanha (BRA) 3:50.38  Juan Luis Barrios (MEX) 3:51.16  José Manuel González (VEN) 3:54.63
5000 metres  Fernando Fernandes (BRA) 14:34.15  Franck de Almeida (BRA) 14:35.34  Antonio Cortez (MEX) 14:35.75
10000 metres  Franck de Almeida (BRA) 30:28.73  Antonio Cortez (MEX) 31:04.38  Miguel Bárzola (ARG) 31:07.09
3000 metres steeplechase  Mariano Mastromarino (ARG) 9:04.54  Fernando Fernandes (BRA) 9:06.89  José Rojas (VEN) 9:23.64
110 metres hurdles  Thiago Dias (BRA) 14.24  Diego Morán (ARG) 15.04  Luis López Leyva (MEX) 15.16
400 metres hurdles  José Ferrín (ECU) 53.05  Miguel Oyarce (CHI) 53.16  Josh Guggenheimer (CAN) 53.50
High Jump  Lisvany Pérez (CUB) 2.18  Keith Moffatt (USA) 2.18  Jason Hill (USA) 2.15
Pole Vault  Jorge Naranjo (CHI) 5.30  José Francisco Nava (CHI) 5.20  Fábio da Silva (BRA) 5.15
Long Jump  Cleavon Dillon (TRI) 7.77  Thiago Dias (BRA) 7.59  Allen Simms (USA) 7.56
Triple Jump  Yoandri Betanzos (CUB) 16.47  Jefferson Sabino (BRA) 15.89  Ibrahim Camejo (CUB) 15.75
Shot Put  Jeff Chakouian (USA) 19.92  Edmundo Martínez (VEN) 16.94  Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 16.68
Discus Throw  Héctor Hurtado (VEN) 52.90  Germán Lauro (ARG) 50.14  Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 49.53
Hammer Throw  Fabián Di Paolo (ARG) 65.04  Lucas Andino (ARG) 62.70  Luis García (MEX) 60.37
Javelin Throw  Trevor Snyder (CAN) 74.06  Alexon Maximiano (BRA) 70.68  Pablo Alfano (ARG) 67.74
Decathlon  Ivan da Silva (BRA) 7107  André Salvino (BRA) 6282  Patrick Russell (TRI) 6275
10000 metres Track Walk  Horacio Nava (MEX) 43:33.92  Andrés Chocho (ECU) 43:58.89  Rafael dos Anjos Duarte (BRA) 44:08.41
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
André Oliveira
Bruno Campos
Basilio de Morais
Bruno Pacheco
40.33  Jamaica
Asafa Powell
Steve Mullings
Winston Smith
Orlando Reid
40.36  Trinidad and Tobago
Dion Rodriguez
Marc Burns
Dwight Neptune
Darrel Brown
40.37
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Luiz da Silveira
Luís Ambrósio
Bruno Pacheco
Luíz de Oliveira
3:10.98  Venezuela
José Acevedo
Olwin Granados
Luis Luna
Simoncito Silvera
3:14.06  Jamaica
Carlington Marsh
Lansford Spence
Shaun Smith
Greg Little
3:17.66

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Thatiana Ignácio (BRA) 11.54  Ashley Purnell (CAN) 11.93  Evelyn dos Santos (BRA) 11.94
200 metres  Norma González (COL) 23.88w  Ashley Purnell (CAN) 23.97w  Melisa Murillo (COL) 24.28w
400 metres  Norma González (COL) 53.38  Patricia Mayers (CAN) 54.41  Sheryl Morgan (JAM) 54.74
800 metres  Janill Williams (ATG) 2:13.36  Jennifer Kemp (CAN) 2:15.20  Jorgelina Litterini (ARG) 2:16.54
1500 metres  Adriana Muñoz (CUB) 4:36.73  Evelyn Guerra (PAN) 4:41.34  Yolanda Caballero (COL) 4:42.64
3000 metres  Inés Melchor (PER) 10:11.50  Karina Pérez (MEX) 10:13.45  Evelyn Guerra (PAN) 10:14.40
5000 metres  Janill Williams (ATG) 17:22.13  Inés Melchor (PER) 17:28.18  María Elena Valencia (MEX) 17:32.51
100 metres hurdles  Ashley Purnell (CAN) 14.29  Brigith Merlano (COL) 14.65  Lucila Contreras (MEX) 15.14
400 metres hurdles  Perla dos Santos (BRA) 56.52  Yusmelis García (CUB) 59.59  Lucy Jaramillo (ECU) 59.82
High Jump  Kristen Matthews (CAN) 1.77  Shaunette Davidson (JAM)
 Catherine Ibargüen (COL)
1.77
Pole Vault  Lacy Janson (USA) 3.85  Kelsie Hendry (CAN) 3.85  María Paz Ausín (CHI) 3.85
Long Jump  Fernanda Gonçalves (BRA) 6.10  Jennifer Arveláez (VEN) 5.98  Keila Costa (BRA) 5.97
Triple Jump  Mabel Gay (CUB) 13.63  Keila Costa (BRA) 13.55  Jennifer Arveláez (VEN) 13.24
Shot Put  Jillian Camarena (USA) 15.90  Yanira Hurtado (VEN) 14.17  Kate Forbes (CAN) 14.05
Discus Throw  Melissa Bickett (USA) 49.36  Arelis Quiñones (COL) 46.09  Karina Díaz (ECU) 44.50
Hammer Throw  Yunaika Crawford (CUB) 63.20  Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 57.18  Alessandra Peixoto (BRA) 54.39
Javelin Throw  Ana Gutiérrez (MEX) 49.23  Leryn Franco (PAR) 47.28  Lirice González (CUB) 45.90
Heptathlon  Valeria Steffens (CHI) 4956  Katiusca Venâncio (BRA) 4915  Thaimara Rivas (VEN) 4832
10000 metres Track Walk  Cristina López (ESA) 51:41.9  Alessandra Picagevicz (BRA) 52:03.9  Ariana Quino (BOL) 52:06.6
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 45.36  Jamaica 46.78  Colombia 46.89
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Perla dos Santos
Francinete Araujo
Evelyn dos Santos
Joyce Prieto
3:45.84  Jamaica
Shauna-Kay Campbell
Pete-Gaye Beckford
Tracy-Ann Rowe
Sheryl Morgan
3:53.16  Canada
Tara Halls
Julia Howard
Brianna Fitzpatrick
Patricia Mayers
3:55.00

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 12 11 7 30
2  Cuba 6 1 2 9
3  United States 4 1 2 7
4  Canada 3 5 3 11
5  Trinidad and Tobago 3 1 3 7
6  Mexico 2 4 5 11
7  Venezuela 2 4 4 10
8  Argentina 2 4 3 9
9  Colombia 2 3 4 9
10  Chile 2 2 1 5
11  Antigua and Barbuda 2 0 0 2
12  Ecuador 1 1 2 4
13  Peru 1 1 0 2
14  El Salvador 1 0 0 1
15  Jamaica 0 4 4 8
16  Panama 0 1 1 2
17  Paraguay 0 1 0 1
18  Bolivia 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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