2005 Central American Championships in Athletics

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XVII Central American Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city San José, Costa Rica Costa Rica
Date(s) June 3–4
Main stadium Estadio Nacional
Level Senior
Participation 7 nations
Events 44 (22 men, 22 women)

The 17th Central American Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Nacional in San José, Costa Rica, between June 3–4, 2005.

A total of 44 events were contested, 22 by men and 22 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results and medal winners were published.[1][2][3]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: -3.2 m/s)  Andrés Leonel Rodríguez (PAN) 11.12  Carlos Abaunza (NCA) 11.14  Félix Moulanier (PAN) 11.19
200 metres (wind: +0.8 m/s)  Andrés Leonel Rodríguez (PAN) 21.77  Jean Patrick Holwerda (GUA) 21.82  Félix Moulanier (PAN) 22.42
400 metres  Nery Brenes (CRC) 46.42 CR  Roberto Cortés (ESA) 47.91  Víctor Cantillano (CRC) 48.68
800 metres  Marco Pérez (CRC) 1:52.57  Roberto Cortés (ESA) 1:52.64  Jenner Pelicó (GUA) 1:53.40
1500 metres  Francis Jiménez (ESA) 4:02.43  José Francisco Chávez (CRC) 4:05.05  Jenner Pelicó (GUA) 4:06.37
5000 metres  Roy Vargas (CRC) 15:02.58  Ricardo Iquité (GUA) 15:03.68  Cristian Villavicencio (NCA) 15:09.62
10000 metres  José Amado García (GUA) 30:11.54  Alfredo Arévalo (GUA) 30:45.72  Cristian Villavicencio (NCA) 31:14.15
3000 metres steeplechase  César Lizano (CRC) 9:31.22  William Marroquín (ESA) 9:37.62  Jorge Núñez (CRC) 9:50.17
110 metres hurdles (wind: -1.7 m/s)  David Umaña (CRC) 15.06  Ronald Bennett (HON) 15.07  Alejandro Olmedo (ESA) 15.67
400 metres hurdles  Jonathan Gibson (PAN) 52.78  Camilo Quevedo (GUA) 53.14  Paul Dennehy (ESA) 53.55
High Jump  Henry Linton (CRC) 2.09 CR  Alejandro Olmedo (ESA) 1.99  Anselmo Delgado (PAN) 1.99
Pole Vault  Pedro Alfonso Fuentes (ESA) 4.40  Marco Josué Mira (ESA) 4.30  Edwin Barrientos (GUA) 4.30
Long Jump  Jonathan Romero (PAN) 7.18 (wind: -1.6 m/s)  Maxwell Álvarez (GUA) 7.08 (wind: NWI)  Henry Linton (CRC) 6.62 (wind: NWI)
Triple Jump  Maxwell Álvarez (GUA) 15.15 (wind: -1.7 m/s)  Juan Carlos Nájera (GUA) 14.78 (wind: -2.2 m/s)  Jonathan Romero (PAN) 14.34 (wind: -2.0 m/s)
Shot Put  Henry Santos (GUA) 13.30  Esteban Caballero (PAN) 13.23  Roberto Sawyers (CRC) 13.02
Discus Throw  Raúl Rivera (GUA) 45.70 CR  Nelson Chavarría (CRC) 45.49  Juan Galdamez (ESA) 42.72
Hammer Throw  Raúl Rivera (GUA) 62.06  Roberto Sawyers (CRC) 54.20  Diego Berrios (GUA) 50.49
Javelin Throw  Javier Ugarte (NCA) 67.12  Rigoberto Calderón (NCA) 62.19  Luis Brenes (CRC) 51.53
Decathlon  Darwin Colón (HON) 5798  Yehefry Vides (ESA) 5619  Mauricio Carranza (ESA) 4554
20 Kilometres Walk  Luis Fernando García (GUA) 1:26:21.85 CR  Ricardo Reyes (ESA) 1:30:27.73  Allan Segura (CRC) 1:31:13.95
4 x 100 metres relay  Honduras
Alex Geovany Navas
Ronald Bennett
Darwin Colón
Jonnie Lowe
42.18  Nicaragua
Carlos Abaunza
Holman Matamoros
Jorge Conde
Denis Gutiérrez
42.25  Guatemala
Maxwell Álvarez
Jean Patrick Holwerda
Allan Ayala
Juan Carlos Nájera
42.40
4 x 400 metres relay  Costa Rica
Marco Pérez
Greivin González
Víctor Cantillano
Nery Brenes
3:15.52 CR  El Salvador
Alejandro Olmedo
Paul Dennehy
Rubén Guevara
Roberto Cortés
3:20.33  Guatemala
Camilo Quevedo
Jenner Pelicó
Allan Ayala
Jean Patrick Holwerda
3:20.91

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: -3.7 m/s)  Tracy Joseph (CRC) 12.37  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 12.53  Mariela Leal (CRC) 12.73
200 metres (wind: -1.5 m/s)  Tracy Joseph (CRC) 24.98  Kaina Martínez (BIZ) 25.56  Verónica Quijano (ESA) 25.73
400 metres  Verónica Quijano (ESA) 55.75  Tracy Joseph (CRC) 56.84  Kaina Martínez (BIZ) 58.28
800 metres  Wendy Zúñiga (CRC) 2:13.99  Jéssica Bautista (ESA) 2:14.29  Yubelkis Casco (NCA) 2:14.67
1500 metres  Gabriela Traña (CRC) 4:39.12  Yeimy Navarro (CRC) 4:44.07  Yubelkis Casco (NCA) 4:51.43
5000 metres  Dina Judith Cruz (GUA) 18:00.07  Gabriela Traña (CRC) 18:14.86  Xiomara Rivera (ESA) 18:22.18
10000 metres  Dina Judith Cruz (GUA) 37:40.68  Cristina Marín (CRC) 39:29.26  Guadalupe Zúñiga (CRC) 39:42.74
3000 metres steeplechase  Melissa González (CRC) 12:56.14  María Fernanda Mora (CRC) 13:43.80
100 metres hurdles (wind: -1.3 m/s)  Jeimy Bernárdez (HON) 14.72 CR  Farina Murillo (CRC) 15.92  Cindy Sibaja (CRC) 16.91
400 metres hurdles  Verónica Quijano (ESA) 60.57 CR  Tamara Quintanilla (ESA) 65.25  Jessica Aguilera (NCA) 65.28
High Jump  Gabriela Carrillo (ESA) 1.68  Kay-De Vaughn (BIZ) 1.65  Alejandra Gómez (CRC) 1.62
Pole Vault  Peggy Ovalle (GUA) 3.30 CR  María José Rodas (GUA) 3.00  Gladys Quijada (ESA) 2.75
Long Jump  Sabrina Asturias (GUA) 5.68 CR (wind: -2.3 m/s)  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 5.65 (wind: -1.1 m/s)  Gabriela Carrillo (ESA) 5.51 (wind: -2.3 m/s)
Triple Jump  Gabriela Carrillo (ESA) 12.49 (wind: -1.1 m/s)  Sabrina Asturias (GUA) 11.88 (wind: +0.4 m/s)  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 11.88 (wind: -0.4 m/s)
Shot Put  Natyan Caetano (PAN) 12.82 CR  Doroty López (GUA) 12.38  Aixa Middleton (PAN) 11.41
Discus Throw  Aixa Middleton (PAN) 43.15  Doroty López (GUA) 40.18  Viviana Abarca (CRC) 37.11
Hammer Throw  Viviana Abarca (CRC) 41.73  Ana Carolina Granados (ESA) 39.04  Jéssica Gómez (HON) 39.00
Javelin Throw  Dalila Rugama (NCA) 50.35  Ángela Téllez (NCA) 38.87  Milena González (PAN) 33.39
Heptathlon  Dilian Ramírez (CRC) 3739  Patricia Montes (ESA) 3326  Jennifer Ovares (CRC) 3240
10,000 metres Walk  Evelyn Núñez (GUA) 48:45.46 CR  Glenda Ubeda (NCA) 54:31.72  María Ferris (PAN) 1:00:12.26
4 x 100 metres relay  Costa Rica
Mariela Leal
Melissa Moraga
Sarita Morales
Tracy Joseph
48.17  Nicaragua
Mayra Álvarez
Jessica Aguilera
Auxiliadora Lacayo
Henriette Guadamuz
48.87  El Salvador
Consuelo Vásquez
Verónica Quijano
Ruth González
Tamara Quintanilla
48.93
4 x 400 metres relay  El Salvador
Consuelo Vásquez
Jéssica Bautista
Tamara Quintanilla
Verónica Quijano
3:52.21 CR  Nicaragua
Henriette Guadamuz
Auxiliadora Lacayo
Yubelkis Casco
Jessica Aguilera
3:56.81  Costa Rica
Karen Arce
Wendy Zúñiga
Sarita Morales
Tracy Joseph
3:56.84

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Costa Rica 15 9 13 37
2  Guatemala 11 10 6 27
3  El Salvador 7 12 9 28
4  Panama 6 1 7 14
5  Honduras 3 1 1 5
6  Nicaragua 2 7 5 14
7  Belize 0 4 2 6

Note[edit]

: Women's 3000 metres steeplechase and heptathlon might have been treated as exhibition because of the low number of participants (only 2 and 3 athletes, respectively). This could explain the difference between a published medal table[4] and the unofficial count above for Costa Rica and El Salvador.

Team Ranking[edit]

Costa Rica won the overall team ranking.[4]

Total[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1  Costa Rica 382
2  Guatemala 277
3  El Salvador 246

References[edit]