The North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships is a continental track and field athletics event organised by the North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association. The last of the six IAAF areas to hold a continental senior athletics competition, the NACAC Championships' inaugural edition was held in 2007 in San Salvador, El Salvador. Three hundred athletes competed at the 2007 Championships and a total of 26 nations were represented. The United States dominated the first edition with a total of 43 medals, including 28 gold medals. Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago took second and third places with totals of 20 and 11 medals, respectively.
|1||2007||San Salvador||El Salvador||July 13–15||Estadio Jorge "Mágico" González|
|2||2015||San José||Costa Rica||August 7-9||Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica|