Athletics at the 1966 Central American and Caribbean Games

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The athletics competition in the 1966 Central American and Caribbean Games were held in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Enrique Figuerola
 Cuba
10.2 Edwin Roberts
 Trinidad and Tobago
10.3 Carl Plaskett
 U.S. Virgin Islands
10.5
200 metres Edwin Roberts
 Trinidad and Tobago
20.8/20.70? Carl Plaskett
 U.S. Virgin Islands
21.4/21.21? Enrique Figuerola
 Cuba
21.5/21.24?
400 metres Juan Franceschi
 Puerto Rico
46.7/46.77? Rupert Hoilette
 Jamaica
46.9/47.03? Rodobaldo Díaz
 Cuba
47.0/47.10?
800 metres Neville Myton
 Jamaica
1:50.2 Lennox Yearwood
 Trinidad and Tobago
1:51.7 Benedict Cayenne
 Trinidad and Tobago
1:54.3
1500 metres Álvaro Mejía
 Colombia
3:50.3 Orlando Martínez
 Puerto Rico
3:52.4 José Neri
 Mexico
3:52.4
5000 metres Álvaro Mejía
 Colombia
14:42.6 José Neri
 Mexico
14:56.4 Valentín Robles
 Mexico
15:33.2
10000 metres Álvaro Mejía
 Colombia
31:34.0 Valentín Robles
 Mexico
32:11.0 Juan Martínez
 Mexico
32:13.0
Half marathon Valentín Robles
 Mexico
01:13:47 Pedro Cárdenas
 Colombia
01:14:24 Antonio Ibarra
 Mexico
01:17:01
3000 metre steeplechase Flavio Buendía
 Mexico
9:32.6 Rolf Duwe
 Venezuela
9:37.8 Rigoberto Mendoza
 Cuba
9:38.4
110 metres hurdles Hernando Arrechea
 Colombia
14.2w Ray Harvey
 Jamaica
14.4w Juan Morales
 Cuba
14.5w
400 metres hurdles Heriberto Cruz
 Puerto Rico
52.4 Víctor Maldonado
 Venezuela
52.5 Arístides Pineda
 Venezuela
53.5
High jump Teodoro Palacios
 Guatemala
2.03 Anton Norris
 Barbados
1.98 Luis Planchart
 Venezuela
1.93
Pole Vault Rolando Cruz
 Puerto Rico
4.54 Rubén Cruz
 Puerto Rico
4.30 Luis Quintero
 Colombia
4.15
Long jump Wellesley Clayton
 Jamaica
7.64 Abelardo Pacheco
 Cuba
7.55 Byron Lewis
 Jamaica
7.51
Triple jump Tim Barrett
 Bahamas
15.76 José Hernández
 Cuba
15.72 Trevor Thomas
 Jamaica
15.42
Shot put Fidel Estrada
 Cuba
15.36 Roy Hollingsworth
 Trinidad and Tobago
15.36 Benigno Hodelín
 Cuba
15.34
Discus throw Roy Hollingsworth
 Trinidad and Tobago
52.10 Javier Moreno
 Cuba
48.71 Dagoberto González
 Colombia
48.16
Hammer throw Enrique Samuells
 Cuba
68.11 Adolfo Martín
 Cuba
56.59 Marcelino Borrero
 Colombia
52.38
Javelin throw Justo Perelló
 Cuba
74.74 Francisco Mena
 Cuba
69.57 Jesús Rodríguez
 Venezuela
68.59
Pentathlon Jorge García
 Puerto Rico
3153 Francisco Mena
 Cuba
3467 Ramón Iriarte
 Venezuela
3389
10000 metre track walk José Pedraza
 Mexico
51:32.4 Euclides Calzado
 Cuba
51:43.4 David Jiménez
 Cuba
52:17.8
4 x 100 metres relay  Jamaica 40.5  Trinidad and Tobago 40.6  Cuba 40.6
4 x 400 metres relay  Jamaica 3:08.8  Trinidad and Tobago 3:09.4  Puerto Rico 3:10.3

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Miguelina Cobián
 Cuba
11.7/11.69? Cristina Hechevarría
 Cuba
11.9/11.79? Carmen Smith
 Jamaica
11.9/11.86?
200 metres Una Morris
 Jamaica
24.2 Miguelina Cobián
 Cuba
24.8 Vilma Charlton
 Jamaica
24.9
80 metres hurdles Carmen Smith
 Jamaica
11.1 Doreldeen Pagan
 Jamaica
11.6 Daisy Hechevarría
 Cuba
11.6
High jump Patsy Callender
 Barbados
1.65 Hilda Fabré
 Cuba
1.60 Julia Pérez
 Cuba
1.55
Long Jump Irene Martínez
 Cuba
5.87 Beverley Welsh
 Jamaica
5.72 Marcia Garbey
 Cuba
5.47
Shot put Hilda Ramírez
 Cuba
12.72 Guadalupe Lartigue
 Mexico
12.23 Francisca Roberts
 Venezuela
12.02
Discus throw Caridad Aguero
 Cuba
43.37 Joan Gordon
 Jamaica
39.84 Carmen Romero
 Cuba
39.07
Javelin throw Hilda Ramírez
 Cuba
39.34 Blanca Umaña
 Colombia
37.39 María Moreno
 Cuba
36.47
4 x 100 metres relay  Jamaica 46.2  Cuba 46.5  Barbados 49.5

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 9 11 12 32
2  Jamaica 7 5 4 16
3  Colombia 4 2 3 9
4  Puerto Rico 4 2 1 7
5  Mexico 3 3 4 10
6  Trinidad and Tobago 2 5 1 8
7  Barbados 1 1 1 3
8  Guatemala 1 0 0 1
 Bahamas 1 0 0 1
10  Venezuela 0 2 5 7
11  U.S. Virgin Islands 0 1 1 2

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