2011 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

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XVI Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Pan american junior champs logo 2011.png
Host city Miramar, Florida, United States United States
Date(s) 22–24 July
Main stadium Ansin Sports Complex
Level Junior
Participation about 341 athletes from
36 nations
Events 44

The 16th Pan American Junior Championships were held in Miramar, Florida, United States, at the Ansin Sports Complex on July 22 to 24, 2011.[1] A detailed report on the results was given.[2]

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[3] An unofficial count yields the number of about 341 athletes from about 36 countries:

Antigua and Barbuda (5), Argentina (11), Bahamas (23), Barbados (7), Bermuda (7), Belize (1), Bolivia (1), Brazil (16), British Virgin Islands (5), Cayman Islands (2), Canada (56), Chile (6), Colombia (12), Costa Rica (2), Dominica (1), Dominican Republic (4), Ecuador (1), El Salvador (1), Grenada (1), Guatemala (4), Guyana (2), Haiti (3), Jamaica (33), Mexico (15), Panama (1), Peru (8), Puerto Rico (12), Saint Kitts and Nevis (1), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2), Suriname (2), Trinidad and Tobago (12), Turks and Caicos (1), United States (77), Uruguay (1), U.S. Virgin Islands (1), Venezuela (4).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published.[4] Complete results can be found on the Athletics Canada website,[5] on the Half-Mile Timing website,[6] on the USA Track & Field website,[1] and on the World Junior Athletics History website.[3]


Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(Wind: +2.4 m/s)
 Marvin Bracy (USA) 10.09  Keenan Brock (USA) 10.12  Aaron Brown (CAN) 10.25
200 m  Kirani James (GRN) 20.53  Sean McLean (USA) 20.69  Trey Hadnot (USA) 20.82
400 m  Joshua Mance (USA) 46.14  Deon Lendore (TRI) 46.50  Anderson Henriques (BRA) 46.69
800 m  Immanuel Hutchinson (USA) 1:49.04  Wesley Vázquez (PUR) 1:49.83  Lucirio Garrido (VEN) 1:49.88
1500 m  Omar Kaddurah (USA) 3:52.29  Isaac Presson (USA) 3:52.78  Ioran Etchechury (BRA) 3:53.29
5000 m  Jake Hurysz (USA) 14:55.92  José Rojas Ramos (PER) 14:58.47  Andrew Kowalsky (CAN) 14:58.51
10,000 m  Parker Stinson (USA) 30:37.88  Said Díaz Ceron Jr. (MEX) 31:10.72  Alexander Monroe (USA) 31:21.42
110 m hurdles  Eddie Lovett (USA) 13.14  Roy Smith (USA) 13.24  João de Oliveira (BRA) 13.97
400 m hurdles  Monte Corley (USA) 51.21  Jordin Andrade (USA) 52.09  Kion Joseph (BAR) 52.47 PB
3000 m steeplechase  Fernando Román (PUR) 8:59.52  Eddie Owens (USA) 9:07.11  Gareth Hadfield (CAN) 9:15.94
4×100 m relay  United States (USA)
Sean McLean
Marvin Bracy
Keenan Brock
Oliver Bradwell
39.43  Canada (CAN)
Marlon Laidlaw-Allen
Aaron Brown
Akeem Haynes
Tremaine Harris
39.97  Bahamas (BAH)
Blake Bartlett
Shavez Hart
Delano Davis
Trevorvano Mackey
40.26
4×400 m relay  United States (USA)
Clayton Gravesande
William Henry
Davelle Sanders
Joshua Mance
3:08.20  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI)
Jereem Richards
Machel Cedenio
Moriba Morain
Deon Lendore
3:13.27  Bahamas (BAH)
Nejmi Burnside
Andre Wells
Shavez Hart
Julian Munroe
3:14.96
High jump  Maalik Reynolds (USA) 2.22 m  Ryan Ingraham (BAH) 2.22 m  Brandon Baskerville (USA) 2.15 m
Pole vault  Thiago Braz da Silva (BRA) 5.20 m  Jonathon Juilfs (USA) 5.10 m  Matheus Da Silva (BRA) 4.85 m
Long jump  Devin Field (USA) 7.58 m  Terrance Williams (USA) 7.54 m  Rolyce Boston (GUY) 7.34 m
Triple jump  Elton Walcott (TRI) 16.51 m  Phillip Young (USA) 16.01 m  Latario Collie-Minns (BAH) 15.93 m
Shot put  Ashinia Miller (JAM) 19.97 m NJR  Kyle McKelvey (USA) 18.39 m  Caleb Whitener (USA) 18.29 m
Discus throw  Travis Smikle (JAM) 66.58 m CR  Gabe Hull (USA) 57.78 m  Fedrick Dacres (JAM) 57.24 m
Hammer throw  Alec Faldermeyer (USA) 72.89 m  Diego del Real Galindo (MEX) 66.77 m  Adam Keenan (CAN) 66.62 m
Javelin throw  Braian Toledo (ARG) 76.40 m CR  Cody Parker (CAN) 73.50 m  Paulo Da Silva (BRA) 72.25 m
Decathlon  Kevin Lazas (USA) 7979 CR  Gunnar Nixon (USA) 7669  Guillermo Manuel Ruggeri (ARG) 7118
10,000 m race walk  Eider Arevalo (COL) 41:29.81  Trevor Barron (USA) 41:39.16  José Leonardo Montana (COL) 42:00.88

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m  Michelle-Lee Ahye (TRI) 11.25  Keilah Tyson (USA) 11.39 PB  Anthonique Strachan (BAH) 11.46
200 m  Anthonique Strachan (BAH) 22.70 CR  Kai Selvon (TRI) 22.97  Jessica Davis (USA) 22.97
400 m  Chris-Ann Gordon (JAM) 52.62  Diamond Dixon (USA) 53.10  Phyllis Francis (USA) 53.81
800 m  Kenyetta Iyevbele (USA) 2:06.27  Annie LeBlanc (CAN) 2:06.35  Samantha Levin (USA) 2:07.68
1500 m  Cory McGee (USA) 4:35.46  Lindsey Butterworth (CAN) 4:36.91  Brook Handler (USA) 4:37.17
3000 m  Kayla Beattie  (USA) 9:30.63  Allison Woodward (USA) 9:31.83  Adriana da Luz (BRA) 9:41.70
5000 m  Kayla Beattie (USA) 16:48.44  Charo Inga Quinto (PER) 16:54.23  Luz Mery Rojas Llanco (PER) 17:00.10
100 m hurdles
(Wind: +1.0 m/s)
 Trinity Wilson (USA) 13.17  Danielle Williams (JAM) 13.32  Bridgette Owens-Mitchell (USA) 13.34
400 meter hurdles  Katrina Seymour (BAH) 57.87  Danielle Dowie (JAM) 58.55  Déborah Rodríguez (URU) 59.10
3000 m steeplechase  Alexandra Leptich (USA) 10:43.76  Grace Heymsfield (USA) 10:47.01  Jovana De La Cruz Capani (PER) 10:52.14
4×100 m relay  Bahamas (BAH)
Devynne Charlton
Carmeisha Cox
V'Alonee Robinson
Anthonique Strachan
45.09  Jamaica (JAM)
Daniel Williams
Celia Walters
Natasha Morrison
Cardine Copeland
45.37  Canada (CAN)
Ashlea Maddex
Ocian Archer
Jellisa Westney
Katherine Reid
46.35
4×400 m relay  United States (USA)
Ebony Eutsey
Phyllis Francis
Briana Nelson
Diamond Dixon
3:34.71  Canada (CAN)
Kelsey Balkwill
Annie LeBlanc
Katherine Reid
Rachel Francois
3:38.99  Bahamas (BAH)
Anthonique Strachan
Pedrya Seymour
Devynne Charlton
Katrina Seymour
3:42.61
High jump  Shanay Briscoe (USA) 1.83 m  Alyxandria Treasure (CAN) 1.80 m  Kimberly Williamson (JAM) 1.80 m
Pole vault  Morgann LeLeux (USA) 4.15 m  Sandi Morris (USA) 4.05 m  Karleigh Parker (CAN) 3.80 m
Long jump  Jessica dos Reis (BRA) 6.39 m  Ashley Stacey (USA) 6.13 m  Caroline Ehrhardt (CAN) 5.92 m
Triple jump  Giselly Landázury (COL) 13.04 m  Tamara Myers (BAH) 12.85 m  Caroline Ehrhardt (CAN) 12.83 m
Shot put  Alessandra Gamboa Dulong (PER) 15.23 m  Christina Hillman (USA) 15.11 m  Kelsey Card (USA) 15.03 m
Discus throw  Shelbi Vaughan (USA) 53.12 m  Esthefania da Costa (BRA) 52.96 m  Lidiane Cansian (BRA) 52.39 m
Hammer throw  Shelby Ashe (USA) 59.25 m  Daina Levy (JAM) 55.79 m  Karen Henning (USA) 54.18 m
Javelin throw  Avione Allgood (USA) 53.06 m  DeLoma Miller (USA) 47.26 m  Daliadiz Ortíz (PUR) 45.88 m
Heptathlon  Tamara de Souza (BRA) 5,477  Janieve Russell (JAM) 5,352  Deanna Latham (USA) 5,277
10,000 m race walk  Lorena Arenas (COL) 48:15.78  Magaly Bonilla (ECU) 53:23.41

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 26 21 12 59
2  Jamaica 3 5 2 10
3  Bahamas 3 2 5 10
4  Brazil 3 1 7 11
5  Colombia 3 0 1 4
6  Trinidad and Tobago 2 3 0 5
7  Peru 1 2 2 5
8  Puerto Rico 1 1 1 3
9  Argentina 1 0 1 2
10  Grenada 1 0 0 1
11  Canada 0 6 8 14
12  Mexico 0 2 0 2
13  Ecuador 0 1 0 1
14  Barbados 0 0 1 1
 Guyana 0 0 1 1
 Uruguay 0 0 1 1
 Venezuela 0 0 1 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 2011 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships. USATF. Retrieved on 2011-06-25.
  2. ^ Clavelo Robinson, Javier (25 July 2011), Hosts USA dominates Pan Am Junior Championships, IAAF, retrieved January 9, 2012 
  3. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved January 9, 2012 
  4. ^ Athletics Weekly, PAN AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, retrieved October 24, 2011 
  5. ^ Results - 2011 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships, Athletics Canada, retrieved January 9, 2012 
  6. ^ 2011 Pan American Jr. Championships - 7/22/2011 to 7/24/2011, Ansin Sports Complex, Miramar, Florida, Half-Mile Timing, Inc., retrieved January 9, 2012 

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