2010 Central American Championships in Athletics

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XXI Central American Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Guatemala City, Guatemala Guatemala
Date(s) September 17–18
Main stadium Estadio Mateo Flores
Level Senior
Participation 7 nations
Events 40 (20 men, 20 women)

The 21st Central American Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Mateo Flores in Guatemala City, Guatemala, between September 17–18, 2010.

A total of 40 events were contested, 20 by men and 20 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

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

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: NWI)  Cruz Rolando Palacios (HON) 10.73  Alberto Perriman (PAN) 10.89  Rober Trigueño (GUA) 10.91
200 metres (wind: -2.2 m/s)  Cruz Rolando Palacios (HON) 21.92  Alberto Perriman (PAN) 21.98  Jorge Luis Jiménez (CRC) 22.08
400 metres  Takeshi Fujiwara (ESA) 47.33  Luis Hassan (PAN) 48.45  Pedro Miguel Suazo (HON) 49.33
800 metres  Jenner Pelicó (GUA) 1:56.00  Irving Sánchez (PAN) 1:57.17  Roberto Rodríguez (ESA) 1:58.45
1500 metres  Jenner Pelicó (GUA) 4:02.39  Erick Rodríguez (NCA) 4:04.71  Esdras Ixcaquic (GUA) 4:11.85
5000 metres  Alfredo Arévalo (GUA) 14:49.91  José Carlos Raxón (GUA) 14:54.53  Jeremías Saloj (GUA) 15:18.01
10000 metres  José Amado García (GUA) 32:06.26  Jeremías Saloj (GUA) 32:07.69  José Francisco Chávez (CRC) 32:15.71
3000 metres steeplechase  Erick Rodríguez (NCA) 9:55.86  Miguel Chan (GUA) 9:57.38  Dolman Barrios (GUA) 10:07.54
110 metres hurdles (wind: -2.1 m/s)  Ronald Bennett (HON) 14.58  Luis Carlos Bonilla (GUA) 15.18  Kennet Henry (GUA) 15.39
400 metres hurdles  Pedro Miguel Suazo (HON) 55.25  Stiven Navarrete (GUA) 55.45  Kennet Henry (GUA) 58.99
High Jump  Marlon Colorado (ESA) 2.03  Luis Carlos Bonilla (GUA) 1.90  Byron Nolberto (GUA) 1.80
Long Jump  Kessel Campbell (HON) 7.39 (wind: 0.8 m/s)  Jonathan Romero (PAN) 7.19 (wind: 0.7 m/s)  Chemaikel Ramírez (CRC) 7.17 (wind: 1.8 m/s)
Triple Jump  Jason Castro (HON) 15.26 (wind: 2.0 m/s)  Juan Carlos Nájera (GUA) 15.06 (wind: 0.6 m/s)  Seilik Emeterio Gamboa (GUA) 14,18 (wind: 0.7 m/s)
Shot Put  Luis Folgar (GUA) 14.48  Edson Monzón (GUA) 14.23  Juan José Alvarez (HON) 14.07
Discus Throw  Raúl Rivera (GUA) 43.88  Winston Campbell (HON) 43.85  Juan Galdámez (ESA) 43.59
Javelin Throw  Javier Ugarte (NCA) 64.61  Benigno Ortega (PAN) 60.51  Mario Membreño (HON) 44.16
Decathlon  Rolando Ayala (ESA) 4960  Josué Noriega (GUA) 4486  Osby Gutiérrez (GUA) 4237
20 Kilometres Road Walk  Allan Segura (CRC) 1:26:44.45  Mario Bran (GUA) 1:27:14.10  Daniel Quiyuch (GUA) 1:31:54.72
4 x 100 metres relay  Honduras
Cruz Rolando Palacios
Ronald Bennett
Josef Norales
Pedro Miguel Suazo
42.02  Panama
Alberto Perriman
Luis Hassan
Jonathan Romero
Benigno Ortega
42.71  El Salvador
Takeshi Fujiwara
Marlon Colorado
Juan Francisco Cuellar
Antonio Flamenco
43.17
4 x 400 metres relay  Honduras
Cruz Rolando Palacios
Ronald Bennett
Pedro Miguel Suazo
Kessel Campbell
3:20.84  Panama
Alberto Perriman
Irving Sánchez
Luis Hassan
Jonathan Romero
3:21.83  El Salvador
Takeshi Fujiwara
Roberto Rodríguez
Juan Francisco Cuellar
Walter Lara
3:23.54

Note[edit]

: Event with no points for the team trophy contest because of the low number of participants.

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: -2.7 m/s)  Kaina Martínez (BIZ) 12.55  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 12.72  Michelle Zúñiga (GUA) 12.74
200 metres (wind: NWI)  Kaina Martínez (BIZ) 25.54  Mardel Alvarado (PAN) 25.66  Yelena Alvear (PAN) 25.81
400 metres  Andrea Ferris (PAN) 54.73 CR  Sharolyn Scott (CRC) 55.54  Ana Lucía Hurtado (GUA) 57.78
800 metres  Andrea Ferris (PAN) 2:08.78 CR  Ana Lucía Hurtado (GUA) 2:16.80  Yolide Solís (CRC) 2:19.29
1500 metres  Andrea Ferris (PAN) 4:37.18  Cecilia Gutiérrez (GUA) 4:59.34  Evonne Marroquín (GUA) 5:00.61
5000 metres  María Ferris (PAN) 18:50.98  Norma Rodríguez (CRC) 18:56.37  Imelda Bac (GUA) 19:26.98
10000 metres  Norma Rodríguez (CRC) 38:56.92
3000 metres steeplechase  Evonne Marroquín (GUA) 11:29.86  María Ferris (PAN) 11:54.97  Aldy Villalobos (NCA) 12:10.28
100 metres hurdles (wind: 0.2 m/s)  Jeimy Bernárdez (HON) 14.63  Claudia Marisol Villeda (GUA) 15.98  Migdalia Morgan (PAN) 16.52
400 metres hurdles  Sharolyn Scott (CRC) 61.53  Bessy Flores (ESA) 69.67  Iris Santamaría (ESA) 72.75
High Jump  Kashani Ríos (PAN) 1.70  Kay-De Vaughn (BIZ) 1.60  María Gabriela Carrillo (ESA) 1.55
Long Jump  Tricia Flores (BIZ) 5.89 CR (wind: NWI)  Cindy Sibaja (CRC) 5.58 (wind: NWI)  Kaina Martínez (BIZ) 5.48 (wind: NWI)
Triple Jump  Ana Lucía Camargo (GUA) 12.04 (wind: -0.2 m/s)  Cindy Sibaja (CRC) 11.46 (wind: 1.5 m/s)  Thelma Fuentes (GUA) 11.15 (wind: -0.5 m/s)
Shot Put  Doroty López (GUA) 12.85  Aixa Middleton (PAN) 11.46  Silvia Piñar (CRC) 11.24
Discus Throw  Doroty López (GUA) 45.53 CR  Aixa Middleton (PAN) 44.27  Silvia Piñar (CRC) 34.48
Hammer Throw  Silvia Piñar (CRC) 40.30  Elena Lojo (PAN) 38.96  Stephanie Zúñiga (CRC) 25.48
Javelin Throw  Dalila Rugama (NCA) 46.84  Lorena Medina (ESA) 38.43  Sofía Alonso (GUA) 34.14
Heptathlon  Ruth Morales (GUA) 4043  Andrea Melgar (ESA) 3475  Yizel Méndez (GUA) 2891
4 x 100 metres relay  Costa Rica
Mariela Leal
Cindy Sibaja
Tatiana Zamora
Sharolyn Scott
48.48  Panama
Mardel Alvarado
Yelena Alvear
Migdalia Morgan
Kashani Ríos
49.46  Belize
Tricia Flores
Kaina Martínez
Charnelle Enríquez
Kay-De Vaughn
50.75
4 x 400 metres relay  Panama
Mardel Alvarado
Yelena Alvear
Andrea Ferris
María Ferris
4:01.72  Belize
Kaina Martínez
Tricia Flores
Charnelle Enríquez
Kay-De Vaughn
4:27.26

Note[edit]

: Event with no points for the team trophy contest because of the low number of participants.

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Guatemala 11 13 17 41
2  Honduras 9 1 3 13
3  Panama 6 14 2 22
4  Costa Rica 5 4 7 16
5  El Salvador 3 3 6 12
6  Belize 3 3 2 8
7  Nicaragua 3 1 1 5

Note[edit]

: The unofficial medal count is almost in agreement with the published one.[1] The difference of 10 bronze medals for Costa Rica (7 in the unofficial count compared to 17 published) is most probably a typo.

Team trophies[edit]

Guatemala won the overall team trophy.[1]

Total[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1  Guatemala 118
2  Panama 67
3  Costa Rica 52
4  Honduras 50
5  El Salvador 32
6  Belize 24
7  Nicaragua 18

References[edit]