2005 NACAC Combined Events Championships

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2005 NACAC Combined Events Championships
OrganisersNACAC
Edition1st
DateMay 28–29
Host citySan Juan, Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
LocationEstadio Sixto Escobar
Nations participating9
Athletes participating28

The 2005 NACAC Combined Events Championships were held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the Estadio Sixto Escobar on May 28–29, 2005. A detailed report on the event and an appraisal of the results was given.[1][2]

Complete results were published.[3][4]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Decathlon Maurice Smith
 Jamaica
8232 Ryan Harlan
 United States
7997 Paul Terek
 United States
7923
Women's Heptathlon Fiona Asigbee
 United States
5868 Tracye Lawyer-Thomas
 United States
5603 Jackie Poulson
 United States
5499

Results[edit]

Men's Decathlon[edit]

Key
  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Athlete Overall points 100 m LJ SP HJ 400 m 110 m H DT PV JT 1500 m
1st, gold medalist(s) Maurice Smith
 Jamaica
8232
NR
926
10.71 s
w:+2.5
866
7.22 m
w:+3.2
839
15.80 m
785
1.98 m
883
48.54 s
953
14.17 s
w:NWI
883
50.62 m
702
4.30 m
689
56.76 m
706
4:36.00 min
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ryan Harlan
 United States
7997 850
11.05 s
w:+2.5
807
6.97 m
w:+3.5
838
15.79 m
868
2.07 m
831
49.65 s
984
13.93 s
w:NWI
722
42.80 m
790
4.60 m
704
57.75 m
603
4:52.56 min
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paul Terek
 United States
7923 856
11.02 s
w:+2.5
859
7.19 m
w:+3.1
768
14.64 m
785
1.98 m
876
48.70 s
827
15.19 s
w:NWI
672
40.39 m
1004
5.30 m
546
47.10 m
730
4:32.28 min
4 Chris Boyles
 United States
7679 836
11.11 s
w:+3.2
854
7.17 m
w:+2.4
774
14.75 m
813
2.01 m
780
50.75 s
880
14.75 s
w:NWI
687
41.10 m
819
4.70 m
647
53.95 m
589
4:55.01 min
5 Octavious Gillespie
 Guatemala
7255 767
11.43 s
w:+2.5
850
7.15 m
w:+2.6
681
13.22 m
813
2.01 m
701
52.54 s
829
15.17 s
w:NWI
652
39.36 m
702
4.30 m
748
60.65 m
512
5:08.50 min
6 Steven Marrero
 Puerto Rico
7240 804
11.26 s
w:+3.2
762
6.78 m
w:+2.1
664
12.95 m
627
1.80 m
851
49.22 s
724
16.08 s
w:NWI
689
41.20 m
760
4.50 m
617
51.92 m
742
4:30.47 min
7 Andrés Horacio Mantilla
 Colombia
6973
NR
821
11.18 s
w:+3.2
709
6.55 m
w:+2.5
619
12.20 m
758
1.95 m
731
51.86 s
833
15.14 s
w:NWI
674
40.46 m
617
4.00 m
583
49.63 m
628
4:48.40 min
8 Juan Pedro Santarosa
 Mexico
6593 769
11.42 s
w:+3.2
608
6.10 m
w:+2.9
583
11.62 m
653
1.83 m
750
51.43 s
768
15.69 s
w:NWI
628
38.22 m
673
4.20 m
489
43.19 m
672
4:41.31 min
9 Marcos Sánchez-Valle
 Puerto Rico
6578 821
11.18 s
w:+3.2
702
6.52 m
w:+3.3
587
11.68 m
627
1.80 m
849
49.27 s
729
16.03 s
w:NWI
507
32.13 m
457
3.40 m
593
50.30 m
706
4:35.96 min
10 Freddy Díaz
 Venezuela
6396 742
11.55 s
w:+3.2
655
6.31 m
w:+2.9
548
11.03 m
602
1.77 m
730
51.87 s
791
15.49 s
w:NWI
486
31.09 m
645
4.10 m
479
42.57 m
718
4:34.07 min
DNF Jay Atchenson
 Canada
5880 801
11.27 s
w:+3.2
655
6.31 m
w:+2.9
581
11.58 m
679
1.86 m
788
50.59 s
762
15.74 s
w:NWI
553
34.45 m
562
3.80 m
499
43.90 m
DNS
DNF Jamie Adjetey-Nelson
 Canada
5264 870
10.96 s
w:+2.5
876
7.26 m
w:+3.1
547
11.02 m
813
2.01 m
833
49.61 s
827
15.19 s
w:NWI
498
31.72 m
DNS
DNF James Holder
 Canada
797 797
11.29 s
w:+2.5
DNS
DNS José Román
 Puerto Rico

Women's Heptathlon[edit]

Key
  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Athlete Overall points 100 m H HJ SP 200 m LJ JT 800 m
1st, gold medalist(s) Fiona Asigbee
 United States
5868 1031
13.63 s
w:+1.5
1003
1.82 m
693
12.48 m
913
24.72 s
w:+1.5
853
6.01 m
w:+2.8
590
35.94 m
785
2:22.85 min
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tracye Lawyer-Thomas
 United States
5603 1018
13.72 s
w:+2.8
928
1.76 m
742
13.22 m
938
24.45 s
w:+1.2
771
5.74 m
w:+3.2
630
38.07 m
576
2:39.69 min
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jackie Poulson
 United States
5499 901
14.56 s
w:+2.8
747
1.61 m
662
12.02 m
878
25.10 s
w:+1.5
765
5.72 m
w:+2.9
689
41.14 m
857
2:17.56 min
4 Coralys Ortiz
 Puerto Rico
5321
NR
916
14.45 s
w:+2.8
712
1.58 m
610
11.23 m
818
25.76 s
w:+1.5
683
5.44 m
w:+3.7
845
49.24 m
737
2:26.50 min
5 Diana Ibargüen
 Colombia
5203 945
14.24 s
w:+1.5
712
1.58 m
639
11.66 m
821
25.73 s
w:+1.2
753
5.68 m
w:+2.9
651
39.17 m
682
2:30.89 min
6 Nasli Perea
 Colombia
5099 847
14.96 s
w:+1.5
855
1.70 m
585
10.85 m
751
26.54 s
w:+1.2
774
5.75 m
w:+2.6
612
37.10 m
675
2:31.47 min
7 Nadina Marsh
 Jamaica
4977 923
14.40 s
w:+2.8
855
1.70 m
575
10.69 m
786
26.13 s
w:+1.2
700
5.50 m
w:+2.8
584
35.64 m
554
2:41.67 min
8 Yalitza Rivera
 Puerto Rico
4949 891
14.63 s
w:+1.5
855
1.70 m
614
11.28 m
763
26.39 s
w:+1.5
584
5.09 m
w:+2.8
519
32.21 m
723
2:27.60 min
9 Juana Castillo
 Dominican Republic
4931 777
15.50 s
w:+1.5
747
1.61 m
666
12.08 m
746
26.59 s
w:+1.5
612
5.19 m
w:+3.0
600
36.50 m
783
2:22.98 min
10 Anna-Kay Campbell
 Jamaica
4633 855
14.90 s
w:+2.8
747
1.61 m
354
7.30 m
850
25.40 s
w:+1.2
887
6.12 m
w:+2.9
312
21.26 m
628
2:35.27 min
11 Mariana Abuela
 Mexico
4536 783
15.45 s
w:+1.5
712
1.58 m
497
9.51 m
692
27.24 s
w:+1.5
540
4.93 m
w:+3.1
565
34.63 m
747
2:25.72 min
12 Nahomi Rivera
 Puerto Rico
4466 729
15.88 s
w:+2.8
747
1.61 m
507
9.65 m
718
26.93 s
w:+1.5
674
5.41 m
w:+2.6
541
33.40 m
550
2:42.00 min
DNF Mereció Kytzzia Vázquez
 Mexico
1771 695
16.16 s
w:+1.5
610
1.49 m
466
9.03 m
DNS
DNF Véronique Fortin
 Canada
816 138
22.33 s
w:+2.8
678
1.55 m
DNS

Participation[edit]

An unofficial count yields the participation of 28 athletes from 9 countries. Obviously, the event was also open for athletes from CACAC member nations that are non-NACAC members (Colombia and Venezuela).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Finisterre, Terry (28 May 2005), Smith leads the chasing pack - NACAC Combined Events Championships, IAAF, retrieved September 14, 2013
  2. ^ Finisterre, Terry (29 May 2005), Asigbee and Smith take inaugural NACAC Combined Events titles, IAAF, retrieved September 14, 2013
  3. ^ NACAC Championships - San Juan, PUR - 28 May 2005 - 29 May 2005 (PDF), Athletics Canada, archived from the original (PDF) on 23 May 2012, retrieved 14 September 2013
  4. ^ I NACAC Combined Events Championships - 2005 - NACAC-CE San Juan PUR - 28-29 May 2005, CACAC, retrieved September 14, 2013