2007 Central American Championships in Athletics

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XVIII Central American Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city San José, Costa Rica Costa Rica
Date(s) June 8-9
Main stadium Estadio Nacional
Level Senior
Participation 7 nations
Events 44 (22 men, 22 women)

The 18th Central American Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Nacional in San José, Costa Rica, between June 8-9, 2007.

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][4]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.5 m/s)  Rolando Palacios (HON) 10.65  Josel Ramírez (CRC) 10.66  Jonathan Williams (BIZ) 10.72
200 metres (wind: +1.4 m/s)  Nery Brenes (CRC) 21.37  Andrés Leonel Rodríguez (PAN) 22.12  Jorge Luis Jiménez (CRC) 22.34
400 metres  Nery Brenes (CRC) 47.40  Allan Ayala (GUA) 48.05  Takeshi Fujiwara (ESA) 48.21
800 metres  Jenner Pelicó (GUA) 1:53.95  Francis Jiménez (ESA) 1:53.99  Camilo Quevedo (GUA) 1:54.65
1500 metres  José Francisco Chávez (CRC) 3:59.75  Álvaro Vásquez (NCA) 4:01.83  Francis Jiménez (ESA) 4:04.55
5000 metres  José Amado García (GUA) 14:42.08  José Carlos Raxón (GUA) 14:44.00  José Francisco Chávez (CRC) 15:07.16
10000 metres  José Amado García (GUA) 29:53.61  Alfredo Arévalo (GUA) 30:10.98  Roy Vargas (CRC) 31:18.30
3000 metres steeplechase  José Francisco Chávez (CRC) 9:37.66  Domingo Álvarez (GUA) 9:47.41  Juan Serrano (PAN) 9:55.92
110 metres hurdles (wind: +1.1 m/s)  Ronald Bennett (HON) 14.15 CR  Sadros Sánchez (PAN) 14.37  Allan Ayala (GUA) 15.07
400 metres hurdles  Jonathan Williams (BIZ) 49.87 CR  Allan Ayala (GUA) 52.15  Camilo Quevedo (GUA) 52.20
High Jump  Henry Linton (CRC) 1.96  Anselmo Delgado (PAN) 1.85  Jason Castro (HON) 1.70
Pole Vault  Octavius Gillespie (GUA) 4.40  Marco Josué Mira (ESA) 4.30  Pedro Daniel Figueroa (ESA) 4.10
Long Jump  Jonathan Romero (PAN) 7.24 (wind: +1.2 m/s)  Octavius Gillespie (GUA) 6.99 (wind: +1.6 m/s)  Marvin García (GUA) 6.95 (wind: +1.9 m/s)
Triple Jump  Juan Carlos Nájera (GUA) 15.49 CR (wind: +1.9 m/s)  Marvin García (GUA) 14.99 (wind: +1.6 m/s)  Jonathan Romero (PAN) 14.95 (wind: +0.9 m/s)
Shot Put  Jorge Castro (GUA) 14.31  Ariel Rodríguez (CRC) 13.70  Josuet Morales (PAN) 12.67
Discus Throw  Roberto Sawyers (CRC) 44.87  Nelson Chavarría (CRC) 44.47  Raúl Rivera (GUA) 42.83
Hammer Throw  Roberto Sawyers (CRC) 62.42 CR  Raúl Rivera (GUA) 61.22  Diego Berrios (GUA) 56.19
Javelin Throw  Rigoberto Calderón (NCA) 65.87  Javier Ugarte (NCA) 65.61  Octavius Gillespie (GUA) 63.80
Decathlon  Darvin Colón (HON) 6267 CR  Edwin Campos (CRC) 5182  Néstor Meza (ESA) 4912
20,000 metres Walk  Bernardo Calvo (CRC) 1:26:10.51 CR  Allan Segura (CRC) 1:27:16.12  Julio René Martínez (GUA) 1:27:30.42
4 x 100 metres relay  Honduras
Darvin Colón
Ronald Bennett
Jonnie Lowe
Rolando Palacios
41.07 CR  Costa Rica
Javier Biasetty
Gary Robinson
Josel Ramírez
Jorge Luis Jiménez
41.30  El Salvador
Roberto Vidri
Mario Quintanilla
César Cornejo
Takeshi Fujiwara
42.34
4 x 400 metres relay  Guatemala
Hans Villagrán
Camilo Quevedo
Edwin Baltazar
Allan Ayala
3:13.95 CR  Costa Rica
Gary Robinson
Víctor Cantillano
Heinor Watson
Nery Brenes
3:14.32  El Salvador
César León
Francis Jiménez
Mario Quintanilla
Takeshi Fujiwara
3:20.95

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: -0.8 m/s)  Tracy Joseph (CRC) 12.19  Auxiliadora Bonilla (NCA) 12.44  Kaina Martínez (BIZ)
 Lissete Mejía (ESA)
12.47
200 metres (wind: +1.9 m/s)  Tracy Joseph (CRC) 24.58 CR  Mariela Leal (CRC) 25.26  Lissete Mejía (ESA) 25.44
400 metres  Estefany Zamora (CRC) 58.13  Henriette Guadamuz (NCA) 58.79  Rossana Rodríguez (GUA) 58.82
800 metres  Wendy Zúñiga (CRC) 2:12.54  Gladys Landaverde (ESA) 2:13.02  Andrea Ferris (PAN) 2:14.20
1500 metres  Andrea Ferris (PAN) 4:41.79  Gladys Landaverde (ESA) 4:42.09  Wendy Zúñiga (CRC) 4:47.81
5000 metres  Elsa Monterroso (GUA) 18:43.87  María Ferris (PAN) 18:58.68  Jeimy Navarro (CRC) 19:11.11
10000 metres  Elsa Monterroso (GUA) 39:03.18  Alejandra Murillo (CRC) 40:13.69  Guadalupe Zúñiga (CRC) 40:46.56
3000 metres steeplechase  Gabriela Traña (CRC) 11:19.81  Blanca Solís (ESA) 11:44.03  Evonne Marroquín (GUA) 11:45.24
100 metres hurdles (wind: +1.0 m/s)  Jeimmy Bernárdez (HON) 14.42  Sharolyn Scott (CRC) 15.30  Pamela Jiménez (CRC) 16.04
400 metres hurdles  Verónica Quijano (ESA) 61.68  Dilian Ramírez (CRC) 64.01  Ana María Porras (CRC) 66.18
High Jump  Kashani Ríos (PAN) 1.62  Ana María Porras (CRC) 1.56  Kay-De Vaughn (BIZ)
 Gabriela Carrillo (ESA)
1.53
Pole Vault  Gladys Quijada (ESA) 3.00  Jaqueline Vargas (CRC) 2.50
Long Jump  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 5.86 CR  Gabriela Carrillo (ESA) 5.85  Estefany Cruz (GUA) 5.49
Triple Jump  Gabriela Carrillo (ESA) 12.64 w (wind: +3.0 m/s)  Estefany Cruz (GUA) 12.31 (wind: +1.3 m/s)  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 12.00 (wind: +1.4 m/s)
Shot Put  Doroty López (GUA) 13.03 CR  Jannis Ramírez (NCA) 11.19  Kandice Vaughn (BIZ) 10.89
Discus Throw  Aixa Middleton (PAN) 45.13 CR  Doroty López (GUA) 39.33  María Lourdes Ruiz (NCA) 36.18
Hammer Throw  Ana Lucía Espinoza (GUA) 42.02  Viviana Abarca (CRC) 40.50  Fabiola Jovel (ESA) 38.69
Javelin Throw  Dalila Rugama (NCA) 52.10 CR  Jannis Ramírez (NCA) 50.54  Lorena Medina (ESA) 36.92
Heptathlon  Ginna von Quednow (GUA) 4172  Inaly Morazán (NCA) 3765  Pamela Jiménez (CRC) 3354
10,000 metres Walk  Evelyn Núñez (GUA) 48:52.92  Francisca Ferris (PAN) 54:55.32  Glenda Ubeda (NCA) 56:17.36
4 x 100 metres relay  Costa Rica
Mariela Leal
Estefany Zamora
Cindy Sibaja
Sharolyn Scott
48.07  El Salvador
Verónica Quijano
Natalia Santamaría
Gladys Quijada
Lissete Mejía
48.62  Nicaragua
Inaly Morazán
Henriette Guadamuz
Auxiliadora Bonilla
Yahoska Rodríguez
48.87
4 x 400 metres relay  El Salvador
Jéssica Bautista
Joselin Escobar
Natalia Santamaría
Verónica Quijano
3:53.33  Costa Rica
Mariela Leal
Dilian Ramírez
Tracy Joseph
Estefany Zamora
3:54.78  Panama
Mardel Alvarado
Ana Ramos
Andrea Ferris
Yelena Alvear
4:00.92


Medal table[edit]

An unofficial medal count is in agreement with a medal table published by CACAC.[5]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Costa Rica 14 15 9 38
2  Guatemala 13 10 11 34
3  Honduras 5 0 1 6
4  El Salvador 4 7 11 22
5  Panama 4 5 5 14
6  Nicaragua 2 7 3 12
7  Belize 2 0 5 7

Team Ranking[edit]

Costa Rica won the overall team ranking.[6]

Total[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1st  Costa Rica 397
2nd  Guatemala 277
3rd  El Salvador 226
4 Panama Panamá 184
5  Nicaragua 142
6  Honduras 67
7  Belize 61

References[edit]