2011 Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in Athletics

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XIV Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships
Logo cac age group ivb 2011.jpg
Host city Tortola,
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
Date(s) 1 – 2 July
Main stadium A.O. Shirley Recreation Ground
Level Age Group 11-14 years
Participation 139 athletes from
20 nations
2013

The Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in Athletics was hosted for the first time in Tortola, British Virgin Islands, on July 1–2, 2011.[1] The BVI Athletics Association is organizing the event which is part of its 40th anniversary activities. It is the smallest CACAC family member to host a CACAC Championships event, which is held for the first time in the Leeward Islands.[2]

15 new championships records were established, and the athletes from Barbados collected the most points to win the overall trophy in the CAC age group championships for the third time in the role.[3][4]

Participation[edit]

A total of 139 athletes from 20 CACAC member federations participated in the event.[3] The competition results are published.[3][5][6] Each participating federation earned at least one medal.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys 13-14
80 metres  Mario Burke (BAR) 9.09 CR  Ramarco Thompson (BAR) 9.23 Guadeloupe/ Guillaume Paquet (GLP) 9.67
80 metres hurdles  Ramarco Thompson (BAR) 11.44 CR  Mario Burke (BAR) 11.44 CR  Sean Wright (JAM) 11.74
1200 metres  Kinard Rolle (BAH) 3:33.54  Raymond Ocasio (PUR) 3:33.62  Juan Francisco Nunez (DOM) 3:36.72
Long Jump  Sean Wright (JAM) 6.13m  Andwuelle Wright (TRI) 6.04m  Kimone Paterson (GRN) 6.00m
High Jump  Ramarco Thompson (BAR) 1.88m CR  Kyron McMaster (IVB) 1.75m  Nitchev Casseus (BAH)
 Andwuelle Wright (TRI)
1.68m
1.68m
Baseball Throw  Anderson Peters (GRN) 86.36m CR  Juan Francisco Nunez (DOM) 85.67m  Gerardo Flores (MEX) 77.75m
Shot Put Guadeloupe/ Guillaume Paquet (GLP) 15.26m CR  Anderson Peters (GRN) 14.56m  Kimone Paterson (GRN) 13.22m
Heptathlon  Ramarco Thompson (BAR) 5264  Kimone Paterson (GRN) 4938 Guadeloupe/ Guillaume Paquet (GLP) 4904
Girls 13-14
80 metres Guadeloupe/ Laure-Anne Jabin (GLP) 10.16 CR  Nargelis Statia (CUR) 10.46  Jody-Ann Petrie (JAM) 10.51
60 metres hurdles Guadeloupe/ Yanis David (GLP) 9.55 CR Guadeloupe/ Laure-Anne Jabin (GLP) 9.66  Danielle Scantlebury (BAR) 9.66
1000 metres  Keressa Eddy (SKN) 3:20.40  Jordan Bascome (BER) 3:22.60  Lina Terrero (DOM) 3:28.78
Long Jump  Jody-Ann Petrie (JAM) 5.34m Guadeloupe/ Laure-Anne Jabin (GLP) 5.18m  Rechelle Meade (AIA) 5.03m
High Jump  Ayana Glasgow (TRI) 1.61m CR  Nargelis Statia (CUR) 1.60m  Azaire Smith (BER) 1.55m
Baseball Throw  Shikkira Charles (GRN) 57.03m CR  Naeemah Isidora (CUR) 54.36m  Nuris Margarita Doroteo (DOM) 50.75m
Shot Put  Andira Ferguson (BAH) 9.87m Guadeloupe/ Yanis David (GLP) 9.85m  Kristal Liburd (SKN) 9.82m
Heptathlon  Danielle Scantlebury (BAR) 3894 Guadeloupe/ Laure-Anne Jabin (GLP) 3884  Julianne Dorothal (ARU) 3866
Mixed 13-14
4x100 metres relay  Barbados
Jalisa Burrowes
Mario Burke
Danielle Scantlebury
Ramarco Thompson
47.65  Bahamas
Andira Ferguson
Nitchev Casseus
Kinard Rolle
Iasha Taylor
48.03 Guadeloupe/ Guadeloupe
Yanis David
Carmickael Dorville
Laure-Anne Jabin
Guillaume Paquet
48.67
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys 11-12
60 metres  Kwan Stewart (VIN) 8.04  Kedrick Matthew (IVB) 8.06  Christopher Taitt (BAR) 8.09
1000 metres  Rafi Ventura Tavarez (DOM) 3:07.04  Ruwensley Hansen (CUR) 3:14.45  Jomarie Lynch (VIN) 3:15.91
Long Jump  Jahi Hernandez (TRI) 4.94m  Ahmed Joseph (ISV) 4.87m  Christopher Taitt (BAR) 4.84m
High Jump  Ruwensley Hansen (CUR) 1.62m  Elisha Darrell (BER) 1.59m  Branson Rolle (BAH) 1.52m
Baseball Throw  Christopher Taitt (BAR) 61.34m  Xavier Vazquez (PUR) 60.60m  Ahmed Joseph (ISV) 59.56m
Pentathlon  Xavier Vazquez (PUR) 3109  Christopher Taitt (BAR) 3012  Ruwensley Hansen (CUR) 3004
Girls 11-12
60 metres  Blayre Catalyn (BAH) 8.23 CR  Shanice Elliot (SKN)
 Cristanna McConney (BAR)
8.24
8.24
800 metres  Jomarie Carmona Colon (PUR) 2:27.73 CR  Tiana Bowen (BAR) 2:28.01  Janique Fleming (AIA) 2:33.51
Long Jump  Jomarie Carmona Colon (PUR) 4.87m CR  Tarah Niles (AIA) 4.82m  Mariella Mena Saravia (ESA) 4.77m
High Jump Martinique/ Naomi Gestel (MTQ) 1.52m CR  Tiana Bowen (BAR) 1.49m  Zinedine Russell (JAM) 1.46m
Baseball Throw  Daneliz Thomas (CAY) 49.56m CR  Tarah Niles (AIA) 48.20m  Arianna Hayde (IVB) 48.16m
Pentathlon  Tiana Bowen (BAR) 2919  Jomarie Carmona Colon (PUR) 2833  Tarah Niles (AIA) 2710
Mixed 11-12
4x100 metres relay  Barbados
Ryan Vickers
Tiana Bowen
Christopher Taitt
Cristanna McConney
49.97  Saint Kitts and Nevis
Curvis Collins
Keon Buchanan
Namibia Clavier
Shanice Elliot
51.74  Trinidad and Tobago
Kerneka Waldron
Tyriq Horsford
Aquila St. Louis
Jahi Hernandez
51.75

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Barbados 9 6 3 18
2 Guadeloupe/ Guadeloupe 3 4 3 10
3  Puerto Rico 3 3 0 6
4  Bahamas 3 1 2 6
5  Grenada 2 2 2 6
6  Trinidad and Tobago 2 1 2 5
7  Jamaica 2 0 3 5
8  Curaçao 1 4 1 6
9  Saint Kitts and Nevis 1 2 1 4
10  Dominican Republic 1 1 3 5
11  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 0 1 2
12  Cayman Islands 1 0 0 1
Martinique/ Martinique 1 0 0 1
14  Anguilla 0 2 3 5
15  Bermuda 0 2 1 3
 British Virgin Islands 0 2 1 3
17  U.S. Virgin Islands 0 1 1 2
18  Aruba 0 0 1 1
 El Salvador 0 0 1 1
 Mexico 0 0 1 1

Team trophies[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys and Girls Overall  Barbados
Ramarco Thompson
Mario Burke
Danielle Scantlebury
Jalisa Burrowes
Christopher Taitt
Ryan Vickers
Tiana Bowen
Cristanna McConney
27,290  Bahamas
Kinard Rolle
Nitchev Casseus
Iasha Taylor
Andira Ferguson
Branson Rolle
Christopher Johnson
Blayre Catalyn
Deajha Moss
27,027  Trinidad and Tobago
Andwuelle Wright
Shane Hector
Alisha St. Louis
Ayana Glasgow
Tyriq Horsford
Jahi Hernandez
Aquila St. Louis
Kerneka Waldron
26,704
Boys Team  Barbados
Ramarco Thompson
Mario Burke
Christopher Taitt
Ryan Vickers
15,650  Dominican Republic
Juan Francisco Nunez
Tony Solis
Rafi Ventura Tavarez
Yeison De Jesus Ortiz
14,752  Bahamas
Kinard Rolle
Nitchev Casseus
Branson Rolle
Christopher Johnson
14,692
Boys 13-14  Barbados
Ramarco Thompson
Mario Burke
10,009  Grenada
Kimone Paterson
Anderson Peters
9,705  Dominican Republic
Juan Francisco Nunez
Tony Solis
9,262
Boys 11-12  Puerto Rico
Xavier Vazquez
Gabriel Feliciano Bonilla
5,819  Trinidad and Tobago
Tyriq Horsford
Jahi Hernandez
5,722  Barbados
Christopher Taitt
Ryan Vickers
5,641
Girls Team  Bahamas
Iasha Taylor
Andira Ferguson
Blayre Catalyn
Deajha Moss
12,335  Curaçao
Nargelis Statia
Naeemah Isidora
Glenka Antonia
Eunice Dolorita
12,222  Trinidad and Tobago
Alisha St. Louis
Ayana Glasgow
Aquila St. Louis
Kerneka Waldron
12,030
Girls 13-14 Guadeloupe/ Guadeloupe
Laure-Anne Jabin
Yanis David
7,746  Curaçao
Nargelis Statia
Naeemah Isidora
7,552  Bahamas
Iasha Taylor
Andira Ferguson
7,438
Girls 11-12  Anguilla
Tarah Niles
Janique Fleming
5,280  Barbados
Tiana Bowen
Cristanna McConney
5,121  British Virgin Islands
J'Nae Wong
Arianna Hayde
4,987

References[edit]

  1. ^ BVI Athletics Association (February 28, 2011), BVI to host July 1-2 CAC age group championships, BVI News, Alliance News Limited, retrieved July 24, 2011 
  2. ^ BVI Athletics Association (June 28, 2011), Territory to host a record 21 countries for CAC Age Group Championships, BVI News, Alliance News Limited, retrieved July 24, 2011 
  3. ^ a b c BVI Athletics Association (July 4, 2011), Barbados 3-peats as 15 records fall in CAC Age Group Championships, IAAF, retrieved July 24, 2011 
  4. ^ Clarke, Clayton (July 2, 2011), Barbados ahead at CAC Age Group Championships, TrackAlerts, retrieved November 20, 2011 
  5. ^ CACAC Athletics (July 3, 2011), XIV CAC AGE GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS - 7/1/2011 to 7/2/2011, ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, Results, retrieved July 24, 2011 
  6. ^ CACAC Athletics (July 3, 2011), XIV CAC AGE GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS - 7/1/2011 to 7/2/2011, ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, Individual Rankings, Team Rankings, retrieved July 24, 2011 

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