2010 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships

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XVIII Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships
Logo cac junior dom 2010.jpg
Host city Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
Date(s) 2–4 July
Main stadium Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium
Level Junior and Youth
Participation 532/500
(205 junior,
195 youth) athletes from
27 nations
Events 80
(44 junior,
36 youth)
Records set 12 championship records

The 18th Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships were held in the Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, between 2–4 July 2011, and organized by the Federación Dominicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo (FDAA). 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 2010 (Born between 1991 and 1993), and Junior B Category: 14 to 16 years as of 31 December 2010 (Born between 1994 and 1996).[1] By IAAF standards, Junior A is equal to Junior, while Junior B is equal to Youth.

In the Junior A category, a lot of athletes were preparing for the 13th World Junior Championships in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada on 19–25 July 2010, while in the Junior B category, many athletes were preparing for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore August 14–26.

The team from Jamaica dominated the games gaining a total of 63 medals (25 gold, 20 silver, 18 bronze), more than twice as much as the next team, Mexico with 28 medals. Moreover, Jamaica won the team trophies in all categories leading the corresponding point classifications.

The results are appreciated in detail.[2]

Records[edit]

A total of 12 new championship records were set.[3]

Event Record Athlete Country Type
Boys Under 20 (Junior)
400 m hurdles 50.26 Jehue Gordon  Trinidad and Tobago CR
Shot put 18.32m Chad Wright  Jamaica CR
Discus throw 62.93m Quincy Wilson  Trinidad and Tobago CR
4×100 m relay 39.77 Jamol James
Sabian Cox
Moriba Morain
Shermund Allsop
 Trinidad and Tobago CR
Girls Under 20 (Junior)
2000 m steeplechase 6:54.14 Azucena Rodríguez  Mexico CR
Boys Under 17 (Youth)
Triple jump 15.20m Lathone Collie-Minns  Bahamas CR
Shot put 17.46m Hezekiel Romeo  Trinidad and Tobago CR
4x400 m relay 3:16.30 Michael Lockhart
Andre Wells
Ashley Riley
Stephen Newbold
 Bahamas CR
Girls Under 17 (Youth)
400 m 53.39 Shaunae Miller  Bahamas CR
High jump 1.81m Catherine Nina  Dominican Republic CR
Akela Jones  Barbados
Javelin throw 41.83m Daliadiz Ortíz  Puerto Rico CR
Key
AR — Area record  • CR — Championship record  • NR — National record

Medal summary[edit]

The results are published.[3][4] Events marked as "Exhibition" did not meet the official conditions with respect to the minimum number of participants ("not less than five (5) competitors of three (3) countries").[1] In the Male Junior B category, there is no information on the originally scheduled events "5000 m race walk" and "octathlon".

Male Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(−1.4 m/s)
 Bernardo Breads (JAM) 10.64  Jason Rogers (SKN) 10.66  Sabian Cox (TRI) 10.68
200 metres
(−2.4 m/s)
 Moriba Morain (TRI) 21.26  Brandon Tomlinson (JAM) 21.58  Arturo Ramírez (VEN) 21.71
400 metres  Omar Longart (VEN) 46.75  Luguelin Santos (DOM) 46.94  Deon Lendore (TRI) 47.16
800 metres  Shaquille Dill (BER) 1:52.92  Henry Stevens-Carty (BER) 1:53.74  Christopher Sandoval (MEX) 1:54.23
1500 metres  Kemoy Campbell (JAM) 3:52.13  Erick Estrada (PUR) 3:52.92  Christopher Sandoval (MEX) 3:53.30
5000 metres  Fernando Román (PUR) 15:35.68  Diego Bautista (MEX) 15:43.20  Delohnni Nicol-Samuel (VIN) 16:05.68
10,000 metres (exhibition)  Diego Bautista (MEX) 33:22.28  José Rubiera (DOM) 34:06.17
110 metres hurdles
(−1.0 m/s)
 Greggmar Swift (BAR) 13.90  Stefan Fennell (JAM) 14.07  Raymundo Domínguez (DOM) 14.34
400 metres hurdles  Jehue Gordon (TRI) 50.26 CR  Leslie Murray (ISV) 51.45  Juan Pablo Martínez (DOM) 52.01
3000 m steeplechase (exhibition)  Fernando Román (PUR) 9:13.84  Álvaro Abreu (DOM) 9:19.86  Delohnni Nicol-Samuel (VIN) 9:46.97
High jump  Jeffrey Burgos (PUR) 2.14m  Raymond Higgs (BAH) 2.11m  Troy Bullard (BAH) 2.08m
Pole vault  Roberto Patiño (MEX) 4.50m  Emmanuel Rivera (PUR) 4.35m  Devon Dobson (JAM) 4.00m
Long jump  Kamal Fuller (JAM) 7.56m
(1.0 m/s)
 Jeffrey Burgos (PUR) 7.40m
(0.4 m/s)
 Raymond Higgs (BAH) 7.35m
(−0.4 m/s)
Triple jump  Elton Walcott (TRI) 15.42m
(−1.2 m/s)
 Alberto Álvarez (MEX) 15.21m
(−1.6 m/s)
 Jason Castro (HON) 14.87m
(−1.4 m/s)
Shot put  Chad Wright (JAM) 18.32m CR  Robert Collingwood (TRI) 17.75m  Quincy Wilson (TRI) 17.43m
Discus throw  Quincy Wilson (TRI) 62.93m CR  Chad Wright (JAM) 60.52m  Travis Smikle (JAM) 57.20m
Hammer throw  Enrique Gaitán (GUA) 56.47m  Alexis Figueroa (PUR) 56.15m  José Gaticia (MEX) 53.97m
Javelin throw  Keshorn Walcott (TRI) 67.01m  David Ocampo (MEX) 63.44m  Kenny Méndez (PUR) 62.40m
Decathlon  Gustavo Morua (MEX) 6861  Ricardo Herrada (VEN) 6158  Tre Adderley (BAH) 5373
10,000 metres race walk  Cristian Gómez (MEX) 45:45.36  Luis López (PUR) 47:09.40  Gabriel Calvo (CRC) 49:33.38
4×100 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Jamol James
Sabian Cox
Moriba Morain
Shermund Allsop
39.77 CR  Jamaica
Bernado Breads
Julian Forte
Jeffrey Josephs
Brandon Tomlinson
40.07  Dominican Republic
Enamnuel Brioso
Lewis Gonnel
Jorge Ortíz
Andimin Santana
40.36
4×400 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Kishon Dempster
Deon Lendore
Osei Alleyne-Forte
Jehue Gordon
3:08.19  Jamaica
Jermaine Gayle
Dwayne Extol
Naseive Denton
Demar Murray
3:09.18  Dominican Republic
Luguelin Santos
Josue Beltre
Juan Pablo Martínez
Joel Mejía
3:10.55

Female Junior A (under 20)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(−1.8 m/s)
 Seidatha Palmer (JAM) 11.88  Fany Chalas (DOM) 11.97  Diandra Gilbert (JAM) 12.01
200 metres
(−1.3 m/s)
 Allison Peter (ISV) 23.32  Kai Selvon (TRI) 23.42  Fany Chalas (DOM) 23.94
400 metres  Chantel Malone (IVB) 53.10  Janieve Russell (JAM) 53.68  Rashan Brown (BAH) 53.76
800 metres  Natoya Goule (JAM) 2:07.20  Alena Brooks (TRI) 2:09.29  Jessica James (TRI) 2:09.80
1500 metres  Sharlene Nickle (JAM) 4:44.39  Maria Mencebo (DOM) 4:44.40  Mackola Joseph (JAM) 4:45.80
3000 metres  Vianney Villanueva (MEX) 10:24.38  Azucena Rodríguez (MEX) 10:28.89  Yordania Díaz (DOM) 10:55.10
5000 metres (exhibition)  Vianney Villanueva (MEX) 17:51.88  Leomelky Novas (DOM) 20:31.79
100 metres hurdles
(-3.2 m/s)
 Danielle Williams (JAM) 14.11  Ivanique Kemp (BAH) 14.35  Natshalie Isaac (PUR) 14.60
400 metres hurdles  Ristananna Tracey (JAM) 58.59  Danielle Dowie (JAM) 58.94  Gabriela Cumberbatch (TRI) 59.44
2000 m steeplechase (exhibition)  Azucena Rodríguez (MEX) 6:54.14 CR  Ashley Laureano (PUR) 7:28.66
High jump  Massiel Jiménez (DOM) 1.79m  Alysbeth Felix (PUR) 1.73m  Peta-Gaye Reid (JAM) 1.73m
Pole vault (exhibition)  Tiziana Ruíz (MEX) 3.45m  Hiyadili Melo (DOM) 3.30m
Long jump  Meruska Eduarda (AHO) 6.13m
(0.0 m/s)
 Chantel Malone (IVB) 6.10m
(−1.1 m/s)
 Rochelle Farquharson (JAM) 5.86m
(−0.5 m/s)
Triple jump  Yudelsy González (VEN) 12.52m
(−1.6 m/s)
 Janelle McCleod (JAM) 12.44m
(−1.0 m/s)
 Rochelle Farquharson (JAM) 12.03m
(−0.3 m/s)
Shot put  Cecilia Dzul (MEX) 14.84m  Candicea Bernard (JAM) 12.73m  Racquel Williams (BAH) 12.60m
Discus throw  Ashlee Smith (TRI) 47.32m  Candicea Bernard (JAM) 46.93m  Ana González (MEX) 45.58m
Hammer throw  Ana Sánchez (MEX) 51.90m  Karla Cartagena (PUR) 44.74m  Keyshla Luna (PUR) 43.79m
Javelin throw  Betzabet Menéndez (MEX) 48.35m  Milagros Montes (DOM) 42.43m  Génova Arias (CRC) 41.19m
Heptathlon  Ana Maria Porras (CRC) 4534  Milagros Montes (DOM) 4302  Kanishque Todman (IVB) 3548
5000 metres race walk (exhibition)  Yanelli Caballero (MEX) 23:22.86  Maria Mena (MEX) 24:32.07  Andreina González (DOM) 29:14.23
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Seidatha Palmer
Danielle Williams
Yanique Ellington
Diandra Gilbert
45.03  Bahamas
V'Alonee Robinson
Ivanique Kemp
Rashan Brown
Katrina Seymour
45.54  Trinidad and Tobago
Breanna Gomes
Kai Selvon
T'Keyah Dumoy
Gabriela Cumberbatch
45.55
4×400 metres relay  Jamaica
Jodi-Ann Muir
Janieve Russell
Danielle Dowie
Ristananna Tracey
3:34.41  Trinidad and Tobago
Sparkle Mc Knight
Gabriela Cumberbatch
Kai Selvon
Alena Brooks
3:38.49  Bahamas
Katrina Seymour
Devinn Cartwright
Anthonique Strachan
Rashan Brown
3:38.81

Tiebreaker in High jump[edit]

: Alysbeth Felix from Puerto Rico cleared 1.70m in the first attempt, while Peta-Gaye Reid from Jamaica only in the second attempt. The medal table was corrected accordingly.

Male Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(−2.3 m/s)
 Odane Skeen (JAM) 10.84  Odail Todd (JAM) 10.97  Jeneko Place (BER) 11.02
200 metres
(−2.1 m/s)
 Odane Skeen (JAM) 21.64  Jeneko Place (BER) 21.91  Tahir Walsh (ATG) 22.03
400 metres  Lennox Williams (JAM) 47.94  Machel Cedenio (TRI) 48.12  Jerrard Mason (BAR) 48.13
800 metres  Jerrard Mason (BAR) 1:53.80  Wesley Vázquez (PUR) 1:55.00  Kevon Robinson (JAM) 1:55.54
1500 metres  Wesley Vázquez (PUR) 4:05.70  Edgar García (MEX) 4:05.80  Felix Montalvo (PUR) 4:06.78
3000 metres  Giancarlo Baez (PUR) 9:09.62  Osmar Pacheco (MEX) 9:12.32  Mark London (TRI) 9:18.34
100 metres hurdles
(−1.2 m/s)
 Omar McLeod (JAM) 13.14  Davian Dennis (JAM) 13.39  Daley Carter (BAR) 13.60
400 metres hurdles  Stephen Newbold (BAH) 54.25  Tramaine Maloney (BAR) 54.51  Dario Scantlebury (BAR) 55.52
2000 m steeplechase (exhibition)  Giancarlo Baez (PUR) 6:18.76  Juan Feliz (DOM) 6:49.77  Orbis Hernández (DOM) 6:58.45
High jump  José González (MEX) 1.96m  Ashani Wright (JAM) 1.90m  Jayden Cline (IVB) 1.85m
Pole vault (exhibition)  Juan Rivera (MEX) 4.00m
Long jump  Javari Fairclough (JAM) 7.17m
(−0.9 m/s)
 Juan Mosquera (PAN) 7.17m
(−0.2 m/s)
 Clive Pullen (JAM) 6.74m
(−1.2 m/s)
Triple jump  Lathone Collie-Minns (BAH) 15.20m CR
(−1.4 m/s)
 Latario Collie-Minns (BAH) 15.05m
(−0.7 m/s)
 Demar Robinson (JAM) 14.89m
(−0.2 m/s)
Shot put  Hezekiel Romeo (TRI) 17.46m CR  Chadrick Dacosta (JAM) 16.98m  Kashif Ford (JAM) 16.83m
Discus throw  Chadrick Dacosta (JAM) 51.82m  Fedrick Dacres (JAM) 47.88m  Tristan Whitehall (BAR) 41.52m
Hammer throw (exhibition)  Diego del Real (MEX) 61.27m
Javelin throw  Nicholia Bovelle (BAR) 57.52m  Adrian Williams (SKN) 57.25m  Janiel Craigg (BAR) 56.50m
Octathlon
5000 m race walk (exhibition)
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Oshane Burrell
Odane Skeen
Odail Todd
Ramoy Booner
40.88  Bahamas
Delano Davis
Anthony Farrington
James Cash
Julian Munroe
41.72  Trinidad and Tobago
Breon Mullings
Ayodele Taffe
Jereem Richards
John-Mark Constantine
41.98
4×400 metres relay  Bahamas
Michael Lockhart
Andre Wells
Ashley Riley
Stephen Newbold
3:16.30 CR  Trinidad and Tobago
Theon Lewis
Jereem Richards
Mark London
Machel Cedenio
3:17.54  Jamaica
Alex Willis
Lennox Williams
Christopher Regent
Kevon Robinson
3:18.67

Tiebreaker in Long jump[edit]

: Javari Fairclough from Jamica had the second best performance of 7.11m, while the second best jump of Juan Mosquera from Panamá was only 6.97m. The medal table was corrected accordingly.

Female Junior B (under 17)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(−1.2 m/s)
 Saqukine Cameron (JAM) 12.11  Kadisha Dallas (JAM) 12.23  Marvar Etienne (BAH) 12.27
200 metres
(−1.2 m/s)
 Shericka Jackson (JAM) 24.23  Saqukine Cameron (JAM) 24.40  Shaunae Miller (BAH) 24.51
400 metres  Shaunae Miller (BAH) 53.39 CR  Chrisann Gordon (JAM) 54.13  Olivia James (JAM) 55.54
800 metres  Domonique Williams (TRI) 2:13.09  Vanessa Philbert (AHO) 2:13.64  Sonia Gaskin (BAR) 2:14.42
1200 metres  Angelin Figueroa (PUR) 3:39.94  Vanessa Philbert (AHO) 3:40.03  Carla Thompson (JAM) 3:41.65
100 metres hurdles
(-3.8 m/s)
 Megan Simmonds (JAM) 14.32  Shakera Hall (BAR) 14.80  Kimone Green (JAM) 15.06
300 metres hurdles  Kernesha Spann (TRI) 43.22  Shakera Hall (BAR) 43.31  Claudette Allen (JAM) 43.78
High jump  Catherine Nina (DOM) 1.81m CR  Akela Jones (BAR) 1.81m CR  Ashleigh Nalty (CAY) 1.69m
Long jump  Chanice Porter (JAM) 5.91m
(0.5 m/s)
 Akela Jones (BAR) 5.74m
(0.4 m/s)
 Tamara Moncrieffe (JAM) 5.54m
(−1.2 m/s)
Triple jump  Cinthia Moreno (MEX) 11.45m
(−0.8 m/s)
 Opal James (JAM) 11.32m
(−0.3 m/s)
 Evilin del Carmen (DOM) 11.18m
(−0.6 m/s)
Shot put  Cherisse Murray (TRI) 12.08m  Gisela Henríquez (PAN) 11.61m  Gleneve Grange (JAM) 11.25m
Discus throw  Sheena Powell (JAM) 36.70m  Rosario Álvarez (MEX) 34.50m  Samanthia Johnson (JAM) 34.38m
Javelin throw (exhibition)  Daliadiz Ortíz (PUR) 41.83m CR  Shanice Yankey (DMA) 38.96m  Haydee Grijalba (CRC) 36.33m
Heptathlon  Chelsey Linton (DMA) 4504  Andrea Vargas (CRC) 3972  Dannielle Gibson (BAH) 3963
4000m race walk (exhibition)  Angelin Figueroa (PUR) 21:51.10  Franchesca Duran (DOM) 28:52.14
4×100 metres relay  Jamaica
Chanice Bonner
Kadisha Dallas
Saqukine Cameron
Shericka Jackson
45.67  Bahamas
Devynne Charlton
Shaunae Miller
Gregria Higgs
Marvar Etienne
46.64  Barbados
Akela Taylor
Akela Jones
Shakera Hall
Shavonne Husbands
46.80
4×400 metres relay  Jamaica
Olivia James
Shericka Jackson
Janikee Gardner
Yanique McNeil
3:43.08  Bahamas
Marvar Etienne
Shaunae Miller
Rachante Colebrooke
Talia Thompson
3:51.27  Trinidad and Tobago
Shirnelle Ettienne
Domonique Williams
Onika Murray
Kernesha Spann
3:55.22

Medal table[edit]

The combined medal count was published.[5][6]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Jamaica 25 19* 19* 63
2  Mexico 16 8 4 28
3  Trinidad and Tobago 12 6 9 27
4  Puerto Rico 9 9 4 22
5  Bahamas 4 7 9 20
6  Barbados 3 5 7 15
7  Dominican Republic 2 11 9 22
8  Venezuela 2 1 1 4
9  Bermuda 1 2 1 4
10  Netherlands Antilles 1 2 0 3
11  Costa Rica 1 1 3 5
12  British Virgin Islands 1 1 2 4
13  Dominica 1 1 0 2
 U.S. Virgin Islands 1 1 0 2
15  Guatemala 1 0 0 1
16  Panama 0** 2** 0 2
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 0 2 0 2
18  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0 0 2 2
19  Antigua and Barbuda 0 0 1 1
 Cayman Islands 0 0 1 1
 Honduras 0 0 1 1

Notes:

*: Corrected due to tiebreaking procedure.

**: Corrected due to tiebreaking procedure.

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] The results were published.[7][8]

Participation[edit]

The published team roster[9] comprise 532 athletes from 27 countries. Working through the results,[3][4] an unofficial count yields the number of about 500 athletes (205 junior, 195 youth) in the start list. Following, the numbers in brackets refer to (athletes in published team roster/athletes in start list):

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c CACAC (May 24, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 02/07/2010 to 04/07/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD. TECHNICAL MANUAL, retrieved July 28, 2011 
  2. ^ Clavelo Robinson, Javier (July 6, 2010), Juniors ready for Moncton as Jamaica dominates CAC Junior Champs, IAAF, retrieved August 6, 2011 
  3. ^ a b c CACAC (July 5, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 02/07/2010 to 04/07/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD. Results, retrieved July 27, 2011 
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved May 18, 2012 
  5. ^ CACAC (July 5, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 7/2/2010 to 7/4/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD, Medal Count, Combined: Men + Women, retrieved July 30, 2011 
  6. ^ CACAC (July 5, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 7/2/2010 to 7/4/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD, Medal Count, Combined: Men + Women, retrieved July 30, 2011 
  7. ^ CACAC (July 7, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 7/2/2010 to 7/4/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD, Team Rankings - Through Event 340, retrieved July 30, 2011 
  8. ^ CACAC (July 7, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 7/2/2010 to 7/4/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD, Team Rankings - Through Event 340, retrieved July 30, 2011 
  9. ^ CACAC (July 1, 2010), XVI CAMPEONATO CAC JUVENIL A & B 2010 - 7/2/2010 to 7/4/2010, CACAC, Estadio Felix Sanchez-Santo Domingo, RD, Team Roster, retrieved July 28, 2011 

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