2003 Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in Athletics

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X Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Caguas,
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Date(s) 18–19 July
Main stadium Turabo University Track
Level Age Group 11–14 years
Participation 74 athletes from
12 nations

The 10th Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in Athletics (Spanish: Campeonato Centroamericano y del Caribe Infantil de Pruebas Combinadas), were hosted by the Puerto Rican Athletics Federation (FAPUR), and were at the held Turabo University Track in Caguas, Puerto Rico between July 18–19, 2003.[1][2]

Participation[edit]

The competition results are published.[1] The participation of 74 athletes (40 boys and 34 girls) from 12 countries was reported.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys 13–14
80 metres  Edwin Vargas (PUR) 9.90 (wind: -2.6 m/s)  Rosario Willi (VIN) 10.00 (wind: -1.8 m/s)  Sean Troop (CAY) 10.05 (wind: -1.8 m/s)
80 metres hurdles  Edwin Vargas (PUR) 12.90 (wind: -3.2 m/s)  Darion Duncombe (BAH) 13:20 (wind: -3.7 m/s)  Tayron Reyes (DOM)
 Alfredo Ortiz (PUR)
 Jean Claude D (LCA)
13:40 (wind: -3.7 m/s)
13:40 (wind: -3.4 m/s)
13:40 (wind: -3.7 m/s)
1200 metres  Terrence Agard (AHO) 3:37.81  Rigmar Adamus (AHO) 3:44.20  Adrian Bondel (LCA) 3:45.36
Long Jump  Edwin Vargas (PUR) 5.46m  Terrence Agard (AHO) 5.41m  Tayron Reyes (DOM) 5.37m
High Jump  Roland Pinder (BAH) 1.55m  Tayron Reyes (DOM)
 Alfredo Ortiz (PUR)
 Edwin Vargas (PUR)
1.50m
Shot Put  Brian Thiel (ARU) 11.22m  Rigmar Adamus (AHO) 11.18m  Edwin Vargas (PUR) 10:98m
Hexathlon  Edwin Vargas (PUR) 3717  Rigmar Adamus (AHO) 3663  Terrence Agard (AHO) 3600
Girls 13–14
80 metres  Mihalia Maria (AHO) 10:07 (wind: -1.9 m/s)  Maricel Cruz (PUR) 10:37 (wind: -2.9 m/s)  Diona Marten (AHO) 10:43 (wind: -2.9 m/s)
60 metres hurdles  Brittany Munnings (BAH) 10:10 (wind: -1.1 m/s)  Maricel Cruz (PUR) 10:37 (wind: -3.8 m/s)  Nahomy Rivera (PUR) 10:43 (wind: -3.8 m/s)
1000 metres  Deandra Knowles (BAH) 3:21.96  Bianca Dougan (IVB) 3:22.89  Marcela Díaz (MEX) 3:24.14
Long Jump  Nahomy Rivera (PUR) 5.04m  Deandra Knowles (BAH) 4:93m  Makeba Alcide (LCA) 4.89m
High Jump  Brittany Munnings (BAH) 1.55m  Nahomy Rivera (PUR) 1.50m  Deandra Knowles (BAH)
 Yahaira Cano (MEX)
 Mihalia Maria (AHO)
 Davia James (LCA)
1.40m
Shot Put  Makeba Alcide (LCA) 9.15m  Nahomy Rivera (PUR) 9.03m  Marcela Díaz (MEX) 8.91m
Hexathlon  Brittany Munnings (BAH) 3307  Makeba Alcide (LCA) 3240  Deandra Knowles (BAH) 3236
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys 11–12
60 metres  Jonathan Santiago (PUR) 8:30 (wind: -2.2 m/s)  Rashad Rankin (CAY) 8:34 (wind: -2.2 m/s)  Diego Betancourt (MEX) 8:45 (wind: -3.5 m/s)
1000 metres  Bladimil Santana (DOM) 3:15.79  Dione Blyden (IVB) 3:16.02  Joel Fernández (DOM) 3:18.86
Long Jump  Jonathan Santiago (PUR) 4.64m  Jevonte Croal (IVB) 4.57m  Dione Blyden (IVB) 4.46m
High Jump  Dione Blyden (IVB) 1.40m  Quentin Siberie (AHO)
 Jonathan Santiago (PUR)
1.35m
Baseball Throw  Diego Betancourt (MEX) 64.87m  Jonathan Santiago (PUR) 62.95m  Bladimil Santana (DOM) 59.59m
Pentathlon  Dione Blyden (IVB) 2550  Diego Betancourt (MEX) 2530  Bladimil Santana (DOM) 2504
Girls 11–12
60 metres  Henrietta Carey (BAH) 8:00 (wind: -2.4 m/s)  Fanis Santos (DOM) 8:20 (wind: +0.7 m/s)  Shamila Daal (AHO) 8:21 (wind: +0.7 m/s)
800 metres  Tyianiah Cash (BAH) 2:38.06  Carla Resendiz (MEX) 2:39.35  Fanis Santos (DOM) 2:40.83
Long Jump  Henrietta Carey (BAH) 4.33m  Yelinette Cintrón (PUR) 4.29m  Kanishque Todman (IVB) 4.20m
High Jump  Fanis Santos (DOM) 1.33m  Charlene Leslie (ARU)
 Henrietta Carey (BAH)
 Yelinette Cintrón (PUR)
 Naomi Santos (PUR)
1.20m
Baseball Throw  Fanis Santos (DOM) 45.35m  Zelone Laurence (LCA) 43.00m  Monifa Jansen (AHO) 41.83m
Pentathlon  Fanis Santos (DOM) 2482  Tyianiah Cash (BAH) 2258  Henrietta Carey (BAH) 2246

Team trophies[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys and Girls Overall  Bahamas
Roland Pinder
Darion Duncombe
Brittany Munnings
Deandra Knowles
Geno Jones
Chavano Hield
Tyianiah Cash
Henrietta Carey
22,671  Dominican Republic
Tayron Reyes
Luis Romero
Paola Méndez
Yuliza Moquet
Bladimil Santana
Joel Fernández
Fanis Santos
Mariana Bazil
22,035  Netherlands Antilles
Rigmar Adamus
Terrence Agard
Mihalia Maria
Diona Marten
Quentin Siberie
Quillan Da Costa
Monifa Jansen
Shamila Daal
21,772
Boys Team  Dominican Republic
Tayron Reyes
Luis Romero
Bladimil Santana
Joel Fernández
11,880  Netherlands Antilles
Rigmar Adamus
Terrence Agard
Quentin Siberie
Quillan Da Costa
11,780  Bahamas
Roland Pinder
Darion Duncombe
Geno Jones
Chavano Hield
11,624
Boys 13–14  Netherlands Antilles
Rigmar Adamus
Terrence Agard
7,263  Puerto Rico
Edwin Vargas
Alfredo Ortiz
7,050  Dominican Republic
Tayron Reyes
Luis Romero
6,958
Boys 11–12  Dominican Republic
Bladimil Santana
Joel Fernández
4,922  British Virgin Islands
Dione Blyden
Jevonte Croal
4,761  Bahamas
Geno Jones
Chavano Hield
4,702
Girls Team  Bahamas
Brittany Munnings
Deandra Knowles
Tyianiah Cash
Henrietta Carey
11,047  Puerto Rico
Maricel Cruz
Nahomy Rivera
Yelinette Cintrón
Naomi Santos
10,159  Dominican Republic
Paola Méndez
Yuliza Moquet
Fanis Santos
Mariana Bazil
10,155
Girls 13–14  Bahamas
Brittany Munnings
Deandra Knowles
6,532  Puerto Rico
Maricel Cruz
Nahomy Rivera
6,179  Saint Lucia
Makeba Alcide
Davia James
6,056
Girls 11–12  Dominican Republic
Fanis Santos
Mariana Bazil
4,564  Bahamas
Tyianiah Cash
Henrietta Carey
4,504  British Virgin Islands
Kanishque Todman
Britney Wattley
4,290

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Interamerican University of Puerto Rico (July 19, 2003), CAC ATHLETIC CONFEDERATION – AGE GROUP CHAMPS – 7/18/03 to 7/19/03 – TURABO UNIVERSITY TRACK-Caguas, PR, CACAC, retrieved February 11, 2013 
  2. ^ CACAC – Confederación Centroamericana y del Caribe de Atletismo, Calendario y resultados de competencias (in Spanish), CACAC, retrieved February 11, 2013 

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