2006 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships

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XVII Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships
Logo CAC Junior 2006.jpg
Host city Port of Spain, Trinidad Trinidad and Tobago
Date(s) 14–16 July
Main stadium Hasely Crawford Stadium
Level Junior and Youth
Participation about 449
(245 junior,
204 youth) athletes from
24 nations
Events 81
(43 junior,
38 youth)

The 17th Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships were held in the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad, between 14–16 July 2006, and organized by the National Amateur Athletic Association of Trinidad & Tobago (NAAATT). The event was open for athletes from the invited countries, that are members of the Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation (CACAC), in two categories: Junior A Category: 17 to 19 years as of 31 December 2004 (Born between 1987 and 1989), and Junior B Category: 14 to 16 years as of 31 December 2006 (Born between 1990 and 1992).[1] A preview[2] and detailed discussions of the results on a day-by-day basis are given.[3][4][5]

Records[edit]

A total of 18 new championship records were set.[6][7]

Event Record Athlete Country Type
Boys Under 20 (Junior)
5000 m 14:21.58 Diego Alberto Borrego  Mexico CR
110 m hurdles 13.69   (1.6 m/s) Ryan Brathwaite  Barbados CR
Shot put 17.06m Tyron Benjamin  Dominica CR
Discus throw 52.79m Sharif Small  Jamaica CR
Hammer throw
(junior implement, 6kg)
60.25m1) Cristian Vargas  Puerto Rico CR
Girls Under 20 (Junior)
200 m 23.20   (2.0 m/s) Schillonie Calvert  Jamaica CR
400 m 51.57 Sonita Sutherland  Jamaica CR
400 m hurdles 57.09 Sherene Pinnock  Jamaica CR
2000 m steeplechase 8:09.76 Adriana Rosado  Puerto Rico CR
Pole vault 4.05m Alexandra González  Puerto Rico CR
Long jump 6.56m   (0.0 m/s) Rhonda Watkins  Trinidad and Tobago CR
Hammer throw 54.51m Aline Huerta  Mexico CR
Boys Under 17 (Youth)
400 m hurdles 52.62 Nathan Arnette  Bahamas CR
4×100 m relay 40.83 Jerome Myers
Ramone McKenzie
Nickel Ashmeade
Dexter Lee
 Jamaica CR
Pole vault 4.50m David A. Díaz  Puerto Rico CR
Discus throw 52.77m Omar Bryan  Jamaica CR
Girls Under 17 (Youth)
100 m hurdles 13.72   (1.3 m/s) Kierre Beckles  Barbados CR
Javelin throw 39.92m Deandra Dottin  Barbados CR
4000 m race walk 20:24.68 Jamy Franco  Guatemala CR
Key
AR — Area record  • CR — Championship record  • NR — National record

Notes:

1): This was a new championship record using the (junior implement) hammer of 6kg. However, Yosmel Montes from Cuba threw the hammer 65.88m using the (senior implement) 7.257kg hammer during the 1996 championships.[8]


Medal summary[edit]

The results are published.[9][6][7][10][11][12][13]

Male Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(1.5 m/s)
 Yohan Blake (JAM) 10.33  Keston Bledman (TRI) 10.39  Ramon Gittens (BAR) 10.56
200 metres
(1.4 m/s)
 Yohan Blake (JAM) 21.02  Ramon Gittens (BAR) 21.12  Kervin Morgan (TRI) 21.22
400 metres  Renny Quow (TRI) 46.14  Allodin Fothergill (JAM) 46.17  Edino Steele (JAM) 46.29
800 metres  Jamaal James (TRI) 1:51.73  Andre Thomas (JAM) 1:52.28  Melvin Weller (JAM)
 Osbaldo Chávez (MEX)
1:52.93
1:52.93
1500 metres  Diego Alberto Borrego (MEX) 3:52.04  Josué Ramírez (MEX) 3:55.18  Adrián Rodríguez (PUR) 3:56.79
5000 metres  Diego Alberto Borrego (MEX) 14:21.58 CR  Juan Carlos Carera (MEX) 14:51.22  Adrián Rodríguez (PUR) 15:45.88
110 metres hurdles
(1.6 m/s)
 Ryan Brathwaite (BAR) 13.69 CR  Keiron Stewart (JAM) 14.04  Ronnie Griffith (BAR) 14.21
400 metres hurdles  Terry Marshall (BAR) 53.21  Keston Toney (TRI) 53.29  David López (PUR) 53.56
3000 metres steeplechase  Aarón Arias (MEX) 9:05.99  Omar Alejandro Chávez (MEX) 9:23.43  Douglas Omar Aguilar (ESA) 9:52.77
High jump  Jorge Rouco (MEX) 2.11m  Jamal Wilson (BAH) 2.11m  Therrold Murray (BAR) 2.08m
Pole vault  Edwin Barrientos (GUA) 4.10m  Yeisel Cintrón (PUR) 4.00m  Lorenzo Johnson (JAM) 4.00m
Long jump  Alain Bailey (JAM) 7.68m  Rudon Bastian (BAH) 7.55m  Nicholas Gordon (Long Jump) (JAM) 7.30m w
(2.2 m/s)
Triple jump  Sean Powell (JAM) 15.25m
(0.7 m/s)
 Kessel Campbell (HON) 15.09m
(0.9 m/s)
 Lamar Delaney (BAH) 14.97m
(0.6 m/s)
Shot put  Tyron Benjamin (DMA) 17.06m CR  Raymond Brown (JAM) 16.87m  Guilbert Villarreal (MEX) 15.36m
Discus throw  Sharif Small (JAM) 52.79m CR  Kellon Marshall (TRI) 51.74m  Tyron Benjamin (DMA) 51.55m
Hammer throw  Cristian Vargas (PUR) 60.25m CR  Wilfredo de Jesús (PUR) 58.77m  Luis Alfonso Torres (MEX) 56.99m
Javelin throw  Juan José Méndez (MEX) 62.09m  Jeffrey Williams (TRI) 57.86m  Omar Jones (IVB) 56.19m
Decathlon  Ramón Garibay (MEX) 6583  Darwin Colón (HON) 6178  Sean Pickstock (BAH) 5750
10,000m race walk  Gerardo de Jesús Chávez (MEX) 46:21.34  Fernando Armando Martínez (MEX) 46:21.39  Víctor Mendoza (ESA) 47:20.82
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Cawayne Jervis
Oshane Bailey
Tristan Taylor
Yohan Blake
40.49  Barbados
Andre Harper
Dario Alleyne
Jamal Marshall
Ramon Gittens
40.68  Cayman Islands
Kemar Hyman
Tyrell Cuffy
Maxwell Hyman
Rhymiech Adolphus
40.79
4×400 metres relay  Jamaica
Tarik Edwards
Allodin Fothergill
Gawain Gray
Edino Steele
3:06.99  Trinidad and Tobago
Jovon Toppin
Renny Quow
Ade Alleyne-Forte
Kervin Morgan
3:07.51  Bahamas
Jamaal Butler
Ramon Miller
Juan Lewis
Jameson Strachan
3:09.09

Female Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(1.0 m/s)
 Schillonie Calvert (JAM) 11.39  Sheniqua Ferguson (BAH) 11.67  Semoy Hackett (TRI) 11.71
200 metres
(2.0 m/s)
 Schillonie Calvert (JAM) 23.20 CR  Anastasia Le-Roy (JAM) 23.25  Semoy Hackett (TRI) 23.62
400 metres  Sonita Sutherland (JAM) 51.57 CR  Bobby-Gaye Wilkins (JAM) 53.19  Janeil Bellile (TRI) 56.15
800 metres  Jodian Richards (JAM) 2:12.23  Vanessa Boyd (JAM) 2:14.09  Magaly Montserrat Murillo (MEX) 2:16.63
1500 metres  Jodian Richards (JAM) 4:33.77  Pilar McShine (TRI) 4:34.44  Beverly Ramos (PUR) 4:34.46
3000 metres  Pilar McShine (TRI) 10:28.94  Neisha Morgan (JAM) 10:30.81  Johana Freeman (PUR) 11:59.07
5000 metres  Beverly Ramos (PUR) 17:50.96  Suheily Rivera (PUR) 19:42.07
100 metres hurdles
(-0.2 m/s)
 Kettiany Clarke (JAM) 13.60  Kimberly Stanford (BAR) 14.08  Karla Guadalupe Dueñas (MEX) 14.38
400 metres hurdles  Sherene Pinnock (JAM) 57.09 CR  Janeil Bellille (TRI) 1:00.03  Andrea Reid (JAM) 1:00.50
2000 m steeplechase  Adriana Rosado (PUR) 8:09.76 CR  Johana Freeman (PUR) 8:37.47
High jump  Rhonda Watkins (TRI) 1.83m  Latroya Darrell (BER) 1.73m  Paola Fuentes (MEX) 1.70m
Pole vault  Alexandra González (PUR) 4.05m CR  Carmelita Correa (MEX) 3.20m
Long jump  Rhonda Watkins (TRI) 6.56m CR
(0.0 m/s)
 Bianca Stuart (BAH) 6.09m
(0.0 m/s)
 Shara Proctor (AIA) 6.08m
(0.0 m/s)
Triple jump  Arantxa King (BER) 12.84m
(0.0 m/s)
 Kimberly Williams (JAM) 12.47m
(0.0 m/s)
 Latroya Darrell (BER) 12.29m
(0.0 m/s)
Shot put  Annie Alexander (TRI) 14.91m  Tracy Morrison (BAH) 13.02m  Paulina Flores (MEX) 12.22m
Discus throw  Annie Alexander (TRI) 45.62m  Paulina Flores (MEX) 39.21m  Jodie Sutherland (TRI) 39.03m
Hammer throw  Aline Huerta (MEX) 54.51m CR  Roxana Goytortua (MEX) 50.08m  Zuleika Figueroa (PUR) 41.28m
Javelin throw  Taneisha Blair (JAM) 44.89m  Tracy Morrison (BAH) 44.69m  Sabina Christmas (DMA) 40.14m
Heptathlon  Flor Adalguisa Morales (MEX) 4282  Ana Carolina Ruiz (MEX) 4028  Shanise Wright (BAH) 3503
5000 m race walk  Marandeliz Arroyo (PUR) 26:03.94  María Guajardo (MEX) 28:24.84
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Kettiany Clarke
Anastasia Le-Roy
Naffene Briscoe
Schillonie Calvert
44.74  Bahamas
Tia Rolle
T'Shonda Webb
Lanece Clarke
Sheniqua Ferguson
45.71  Trinidad and Tobago
Jurnelle Francis
Semoy Hackett
Reyare Thomas
Michelle de Landro
45.75
4×400 metres relay  Jamaica
Andrea Reid
Sherene Pinnock
Bobby-Gaye Wilkins
Sonita Sutherland
3:36.02  Trinidad and Tobago
Karla Hope
Desiree John
Kelly-Ann Romeo
Janeil Bellille
3:42.31  Puerto Rico
Zuleika Torres
Arianex Rivera
Arelys Caro
Kathyenid Rivera
3:49.09

Male Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(1.8 m/s)
 Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) 10.60  Dexter Lee (JAM) 10.68  Kendall Bacchus (TRI) 10.73
200 metres
(1.6 m/s)
 Ramone McKenzie (JAM) 21.17  Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) 21.30  Kendall Bacchus (TRI) 21.74
400 metres  Ramone McKenzie (JAM) 47.59  Kadeem Smith (SKN) 48.70  Akino Ming (JAM) 48.76
800 metres  Gavyn Nero (TRI) 1:56.57  Donahue Williams (JAM) 1:57.22  Kenneth Wallace-Whitfield (BAH) 1:57.37
1500 metres  Gavyn Nero (TRI) 4:02.95  Matthew Spring (BER) 4:04.23  Omar Xicale (MEX) 4:04.75
3000 metres  Gavyn Nero (TRI) 9:00.21  Omar Xicale (MEX) 9:03.40  Cristian Quintanilla (ESA) 9:04.39
100 metres hurdles
(1.7 m/s)
 Emilio Estrada (MEX) 13.57  Kimarcley Henry (JAM) 14.17  Kristen Hepburn-Taylor (BAH) 14.31
400 metres hurdles  Nathan Arnette (BAH) 52.62 CR  Dwight Robinson (JAM) 53.26  Kemar Norgrove (BAR) 55.50
2000 m steeplechase  Fernando Hernández (MEX) 6:19.62  Luis D. Bernardi (PUR) 7:02.43
High jump  Raymond Higgs (BAH) 2.02m  Edgar Rivera (MEX) 1.99m  Daniel Burke (BAR) 1.93m
Pole vault  David A. Díaz (PUR) 4.50m CR  Rubén Viveros (MEX) 4.20m  Vernal McIntosh (BAH) 3.20m
Long jump  Tarick Batchelor (JAM) 7.22m
(1.1 m/s)
 Jerome Myers (JAM) 6.86m
(0.9 m/s)
 Hugo Coronado (MEX) 6.74m
(0.7 m/s)
Triple jump  Gerard Brown (BAH) 14.78m
(0.0 m/s)
 Raymond Higgs (BAH) 14.74m
(0.0 m/s)
 Christopher Waugh (JAM) 14.24m
(0.0 m/s)
Shot put  Juan Ramón Paredes (MEX) 15.00m  Fernando Troncoso (MEX) 14.86m  Omar Bryan (JAM) 14.62m
Discus throw  Omar Bryan (JAM) 52.77m CR  Fernando Troncoso (MEX) 50.47m  Giovanni Ramos (PUR) 42.38m
Hammer throw  Jean Rosario (PUR) 56.33m
Javelin throw  Ramon Burgess (BAR) 59.63m  Davis Hypolite (DMA) 52.77m  Trevor Ifill (BAR) 51.97m
Octathlon  Shane Brathwaite (BAR) 4599  Fabian Norgrove (BAR) 4245  Fernando Torres (PUR) 4175
5000 m race walk  Rafael Avendaño (MEX) 21:52.47  Pedro Daniel Gómez (MEX) 22:50.59
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Jerome Myers
Ramone McKenzie
Nickel Ashmeade
Dexter Lee
40.83  Trinidad and Tobago
Kwasi King
Joel Dillon
Aaron Fernandez
Kendall Bacchus
41.90  Barbados
Everton Greenidge
Rommel Waithe
Jerron Gooding
Anthony Rollins
42.10
4×400 metres relay  Jamaica
Dwight Robinson
Donahue Williams
Akino Ming
Ramone McKenzie
3:17.05  Trinidad and Tobago
Jameel Alleyne-Walcott
Akini Thomas
Trevis Frederick
Jevon Matthew
3:19.01  Bahamas
Triedecio Davis
Nathan Arnette
Darion Duncombe
Kenn Wallace-Whitfield
3:19.47

Female Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.7 m/s)
 Carrie Russell (JAM) 11.79  Cadajah Spencer (TRI) 11.84  Danielle Jeffrey (JAM) 11.97
200 metres
(3.2 m/s)
 Carrie Russell (JAM) 23.75 w  Cadajah Spencer (TRI) 23.86 w  Nivea Smith (BAH) 24.23 w
400 metres  Latoya McDermott (JAM) 54.10  Merica Moncherry (LCA) 55.15  Jessica James (TRI) 56.60
800 metres  Natoya Goule (JAM) 2:09.15  Brenda Salmerón (ESA) 2:12.63  Gladys Landaverde (ESA) 2:13.86
1200 metres  Natoya Goule (JAM) 3:33.74  Brenda Salmerón (ESA) 3:34.03  Gladys Landaverde (ESA) 3:34.12
100 metres hurdles
(1.3 m/s)
 Kierre Beckles (BAR) 13.72 CR  Shermaine Williams (JAM) 13.79  Rosemarie Carty (JAM) 13.86
300 metres hurdles  Kierre Beckles (BAR) 41.55  Krystal Bodie (BAH) 41.81  Sparkle McKnight (TRI) 43.36
High jump  Misha-Gayle Dacosta (JAM) 1.69m  Jeanelle Ovid (TRI) 1.63m  Deandra Daniel (TRI) 1.60m
Long jump  Jasmine Brunson (BER) 5.56m
(-0.6 m/s)
 Chantel Malone (IVB) 5.34m
(-0.5 m/s)
 Maritza Heredia (MEX) 5.33m
(-0.2 m/s)
Triple jump  Estefany M. Cruz (GUA) 12.08m
(0.0 m/s)
 Jasmine Brunson (BER) 11.34m
(1.1 m/s)
 Yushani Durrant (JAM) 11.29m
(0.8 m/s)
Shot put  Deandra Dottin (BAR) 11.95m  Hilenn James (TRI) 11.94m  Akeela Bravo (TRI) 11.77m
Discus throw  Alexandra Terry (CAY) 34.37m  Akeela Bravo (TRI) 33.11m  Jennie Jacques (BAH) 28.31m
Javelin throw  Deandra Dottin (BAR) 39.92m CR  Nahomi Rivera (PUR) 37.03  Abigaíl Gómez (MEX) 34.64
Pentathlon  Nahomi Rivera (PUR) 3415  Kanishque Todman (IVB) 2772  Marcela Martínez (MEX) 2535
4000 m race walk  Jamy Franco (GUA) 20:24.68 CR  Dulce Angélica Arrieta (MEX) 20:29.00  Wilane Cuevas (PUR) 21:04.29
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Rosemarie Carty
Carrie Russell
Antonique Campbell
Danesha Norris
45.50  Trinidad and Tobago
Kirlene Roberts
Nyoka Giles
Michelle Lee Ahye
Cadajah Spencer
45.70  Bahamas
Iesha White
Carlene Johnson
Valonee Robinson
Nivea Smith
46.31
4×400 metres relay  Jamaica
Sanchia Lee
Latoya McDermott
Rosemarie Carty
Natoya Goule
3:45.31  Trinidad and Tobago
Naomi Reyes
Jessica James
Shameyal Simon
Sparkle McKnight
3:47.28  Barbados
Kierre Beckles
Latoya Griffith
Sade Greene
Sade Sealy
3:47.38

Medal table[edit]

The medal count was published.[14][15]

Remarks[edit]

1): Jamaica: count of bronze medals for sub-17 is 6 (rather than 7 as published[14]), total is 28 (rather than 29 as published[14]).

2): Mexico: count of bronze medals for sub-17 is 5 (rather than 6 as published[14]), total is 16 (rather than 17 as published[14]). Total count of gold medals is 13 (rather than 14 as published[15]), total is 41 (rather than 42 as published[15]).

3): Bahamas: Total count of bronze medals is 11 (rather than 13 as published[15]).

4): Puerto Rico: Total count of gold medals is 8 considering U-17 hammer throw.[6][10]

Team trophies[edit]

Team trophies were distributed to the 1st place of the women category, to the 1st place of the men category, and to the 1st place overall (men and women categories).[1] However, points were only published for the overall (men and women combined) Sub-20 and Sub-17 categories.[16] Working through the results[9] yields the following unofficial ranking.

Remarks[edit]

The published points and corresponding ranks[16] for the Sub-20 category contain 3rd place ties for Jamaica and Mexico, 4th place ties for Barbados and Bermuda, and 5th place ties for Trinidad & Tobago and St. Lucia. However, there is no evidence in the published results.[9] Rather, corresponding ties are evident in the Sub-17 category, where they are already taken into account. Correcting the published Sub-20 point scheme correspondingly, it can be verified that the calculated points from the above tables are completely in line with the published point tables.

Participation[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the CACAC,[9] on the CFPI[6][7] and on the World Junior Athletics History website.[10] An unofficial count yields the number of about 440 athletes from about 24 countries:


References[edit]

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  2. ^ Foster, Anthony (July 13, 2006), CAC Junior Champs - PREVIEW, IAAF, retrieved November 21, 2011 
  3. ^ Foster, Anthony (July 14, 2006), Jamaica's day - CAC Juniors, Day 1, IAAF, retrieved November 21, 2011 
  4. ^ Foster, Anthony (July 15, 2006), Jamaica continues to dominate – CAC Juniors, Day 2, IAAF, retrieved November 21, 2011 
  5. ^ Foster, Anthony (July 16, 2006), Three titles for local hero Nero – CAC Junior Champs, Day 3, IAAF, retrieved November 21, 2011 
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  7. ^ a b c Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation, C.A.C. Junior Championships - 7/14/2006 to 7/16/2006, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, Results, Girls, C.F.P.I. Timing and Data Inc., retrieved May 12, 2012 
  8. ^ World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved May 12, 2012 
  9. ^ a b c d CACAC, AthleCAC - Results Service - Servicio de Resultados, XVII CAC Junior Championships 2006, CACCj Port-of-Spain TRI, 14-16 Jul 2006, retrieved July 30, 2011 
  10. ^ a b c World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 21, 2011 
  11. ^ Athletics Weekly, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 20 MEN), retrieved August 2, 2011 
  12. ^ Athletics Weekly, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 20 WOMEN), retrieved August 2, 2011 
  13. ^ Athletics Weekly, CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 17), retrieved August 2, 2011 
  14. ^ a b c d e CACAC (July 5, 2010), AthleCAC - Results Service - Servicio de Resultados, XVII CAC Junior Championships 2006 (Port-of-Spain, TRI), Medals - Medallas, retrieved August 2, 2011 
  15. ^ a b c d C.F.P.I. Timing & Data (July 16, 2006), C.A.C. Junior Championships - 7/14/2006 to 7/16/2006, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, Medal Count, Combined: Men + Women, retrieved August 2, 2011 
  16. ^ a b CACAC, AthleCAC - Results Service - Servicio de Resultados, XVII CAC Junior Championships 2006 (Port-of-Spain, TRI), Points - Puntuación, retrieved August 3, 2011 

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