2010 CARIFTA Games

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XXXIX CARIFTA Games
Carifta logo 2010.gif
Host city George Town, Cayman Islands Cayman Islands
Date(s) April 3–5
Main stadium Truman Bodden Sports Complex
Level Junior and Youth
Participation about 427
(234 junior,
193 youth) athletes from
24 nations
Events 66
(35 junior
(incl. 5 open),
31 youth
(incl. 1 exhibition))
Records set 13 games records

The 39th CARIFTA Games was held in the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in George Town, Cayman Islands, on April 3–5, 2010. A detailed report on the results was given.[1]

Records[edit]

In total, 13 new games records were set.[1][2][3]

Event Record Athlete Country Type
Boys Under 20 (Junior)
400 m 45.02s Kirani James  Grenada CR
5000 m 14:34.34 Kemoy Campbell  Jamaica CR
110 m hurdles 13.41s   (1.3 m/s) Jehue Gordon  Trinidad and Tobago CR
400 m hurdles 49.76s Jehue Gordon  Trinidad and Tobago CR
Shot put 18.67m Quincy Wilson  Trinidad and Tobago CR
Discus throw 63.11m Chad Wright  Jamaica CR
Girls Under 20 (Junior)
100 m hurdles 13.42s   (0.5 m/s) Samantha Elliot  Jamaica CR
Boys Under 17 (Youth)
200 m 20.84s   (1.2 m/s) Odane Skeen  Jamaica CR
400 m hurdles 52.75s Stephen Newbold  Bahamas CR
Shot put 16.99m Chadrick Decosta  Jamaica CR
Discus throw 52.99m Fedrick Dacres  Jamaica CR
Girls Under 17 (Youth)
High jump 1.85m Akela Jones  Barbados CR
400 m 53.36s Shaunae Miller  Bahamas CR
Key
AR — Area record  • CR — Championship record  • NR — National record

Austin Sealy Award[edit]

The Austin Sealy Trophy for the most outstanding athlete of the games was awarded to Jehue Gordon of Trinidad and Tobago.[1] He won two gold medals in the 110 m hurdles and the 400 m hurdles competition in the junior (U-20) category setting new games record in both events, and a bronze medal with the 4x400m relay team of Trinidad and Tobago.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners and complete results can be found on the CFPI Timing website,[2][3][4] and on the World Junior Athletics History website.[5]

Boys under 20 (Junior)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.8 m/s)
 Geno Jones (BAH) 10.44  Jason Rogers (SKN) 10.48  Trevorvano Mackey (BAH) 10.50
200 metres
(0.8 m/s)
 Kirani James (GRN) 20.76  Rachmil van Lamoen (AHO) 20.90  Shekeim Greaves (BAR) 21.29
400 metres  Kirani James (GRN) 45.02 CR  Deon Lendore (TRI) 46.59  Jermaine Gayle (JAM) 46.80
800 metres  Anthonio Mascoll (BAR) 1:52.16  Shaquille Dill (BER) 1:53.31  Henry Stevens-Carty (BER) 1:53.45
1500 metres  Kemoy Campbell (JAM) 3:48.99  Matthew Wright (BAR) 3:59.21  Kevin White (JAM) 4:02.81
5000 metres†  Kemoy Campbell (JAM) 14:34.34 CR  Matthew Wright (BAR) 15:45.28 Guadeloupe/ Gary Siwsanker (GLP) 16:16.30
110 metres hurdles
(1.3 m/s)
 Jehue Gordon (TRI) 13.41 CR  Greggmar Swift (BAR) 13.75  Stefan Fennel (JAM) 13.76
400 metres hurdles  Jehue Gordon (TRI) 49.76 CR  Dwayne Extol (JAM) 51.50  Nejmi Burnside (BAH) 52.23
High Jump  Jonathan Reid (JAM) 2.14  Ryan Ingraham (BAH) 2.11  Troy Bullard (BAH) 2.11
Pole Vault†  Devon Dobson (JAM) 4.20  Terrane Roker (BAH) 3.60  Shem Edwards (LCA) 3.40
Long Jump  Kamal Fuller (JAM) 7.62
(−0.1 m/s)
 Seon Stafford (TRI) 7.34
(−0.1 m/s)
Guadeloupe/ Curt Caboul (GLP) 7.24
(−0.3 m/s)
Triple Jump  Elton Walcott (TRI) 15.91 w
(2.2 m/s)
Martinique/ Ulrick Bolosier (MTQ) 15.49
(1.6 m/s)
 Seon Stafford (TRI) 14.67
(1.3 m/s)
Shot Put  Quincy Wilson (TRI) 18.67 CR  Ashinia Miller (JAM) 18.41  Chad Wright (JAM) 18.19
Discus Throw  Chad Wright (JAM) 63.11 CR  Quincy Wilson (TRI) 62.95  Travis Smikle (JAM) 58.24
Javelin Throw  Keshorn Walcott (TRI) 63.41  John Jones (BAR) 63.24  André Bazil (DMA) 60.24
Heptathlon†  Ramone Bailey (JAM) 4586  Tre Adderley (BAH) 4264  Lyndon Toussaint (GRN) 4234
4 × 100 metres relay  Jamaica
Brenard Brady
Kemar Bailey-Cole
Julian Forte
Brandon Tomlinson
40.10  Trinidad and Tobago
Christian Benjamin
Sabian Cox
Jonathan Holder
Shermund Allsop
40.41  Bahamas
Javon Rolle
Trevorvano Mackey
Ulysses Hinsey
Geno Jones
40.99
4 × 400 metres relay  Jamaica
Dwayne Extol
Jermaine Gayle
Donahue Williams
Demar Murray
3:10.63  Bahamas
Earle Rahming
Alonzo Russell
O'Jay Ferguson
Nejmi Burnside
3:10:69  Trinidad and Tobago
Osei Alleyne-Forte
Deon Lendore
Jonathan Holder
Jehue Gordon
3:11.59

†: Open event for both junior and youth athletes.

Girls under 20 (Junior)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.7 m/s)
 Michelle-Lee Ahye (TRI) 11.50  Allison Peter (ISV) 11.51  V'Alonee Robinson (BAH) 11.57
200 metres
(0.5 m/s)
 Allison Peter (ISV) 23.29  Tynia Gaither (BAH) 23.83  Diandre Gilbert (JAM) 23.85
400 metres  Katherina Smith (BAH) 53.71  Sparkle McKnight (TRI) 53.96  Kanika Beckles (GRN) 54.04
800 metres  Natoya Goule (JAM) 2:06.03  Alena Brooks (TRI) 2:08.97  Jessica James (TRI) 2:11.76
1500 metres  Natoya Goule (JAM) 4:36.34  Sharlene Nickle (JAM) 4:42.13  Dawnell Collymore (TRI) 4:46.03
3000 metres†  Aleitha McLaughlin (JAM) 10:41.28  Sharlene Nickle (JAM) 10:43.61  Taylor-Ashley Bean (BER) 10:47.84
100 metres hurdles
(0.5 m/s)
 Samantha Elliot (JAM) 13.42 CR  Tonique Sobah (JAM) 13.55  Ivanique Kemp (BAH) 14.21
400 metres hurdles  Ristananna Tracey (JAM) 58.58  Danielle Dowie (JAM) 59.09  Gabriela Cumberbatch (TRI) 59.84
High Jump  Shanice Hall (JAM) 1.80  Peta-Gaye Reid (JAM) 1.76  Jeanelle Ovid (TRI) 1.73
Long Jump  Rochelle Farquharson (JAM) 6.03
(−0.1 m/s)
 Carissa Leacock (TRI) 6.02
(−0.4 m/s)
 Jasmine Brunson (BER) 5.86
(0.3 m/s)
Triple Jump  Sandisha Antoine (LCA) 12.64 w
(2.1 m/s)
 Rochelle Farquharson (JAM) 12.54
(0.8 m/s)
 Allison Outerbridge (BER) 12.10
(0.3 m/s)
Shot Put  Candicea Bernard (JAM) 13.38  Ashlee Smith (TRI) 13.06  Racquel Williams (BAH) 12.40
Discus Throw  Sasha Gaye Marston (JAM) 46.07  Ashlee Smith (TRI) 43.43  Racquel Williams (BAH) 39.55
Javelin Throw  Carlene Johnson (BAH) 42.61 Martinique/ Myriam Sacama-Isidore (MTQ) 40.97  Darlene Lewis (TRI) 37.64
Pentathlon†  Janieve Russell (JAM) 3825 Martinique/ Audelia Da Veiga (MTQ) 3443  Kiersten La Roche (TRI) 3285
4 × 100 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Sha-Shauna Mason
Michelle-Lee Ahye
Gabriela Cumberbatch
T'Keyah Dumoy
45.06  Bahamas
V'Alonnee Robinson
Anthonique Strachan
Rashan Brown
Tynia Gaither
45.59  Jamaica
Yanique Ellington
Antonique Campbell
Danielle Williams
Diandre Gilbert
45.69
4 × 400 metres relay  Jamaica
Danielle Dowie
Natoya Goule
Orenthia Bennett
Ristananna Tracey
3:37.15  Trinidad and Tobago
Sparkle McKnight
Jessica James
Gabriela Cumberbatch
Alena Brooks
3:37.32  Barbados
Sade Sealy
Shani Adams
Sade-Mariah Greenidge
Mara Weekes
3:41.30

†: Open event for both junior and youth athletes.

Boys under 17 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.6 m/s)
 Odane Skeen (JAM) 10.53  Jeneko Place (BER) 10.71  Tahir Walsh (ATG) 10.84
200 metres
(1.2 m/s)
 Odane Skeen (JAM) 20.84 CR  Jeneko Place (BER) 21.27  Odail Todd (JAM) 21.55
400 metres  Lennox Williams (JAM) 48.01  Darvin Sandy (TRI) 48.62  Omari McDonald (JAM) 48.99
800 metres  Jerrard Mason (BAR) 1:54.66  Oshane Turner (JAM) 1:55.79  Ashley Riley (BAH) 1:56.64
1500 metres  Mark London (TRI) 4:08.28  Nicholas Landeau (TRI) 4:12.37  Juma Mouchette (BER) 4:12.82
3000 metres  Mark London (TRI) 9:10.12  Nicholas Landeau (TRI) 9:10.80  Aaron Lee (JAM) 9:23.00
100 metres hurdles
(1.0 m/s)
 Davian Dennis (JAM) 13.28  Omar Graham (JAM) 13.29  Tramaine Maloney (BAR) 13.55
400 metres hurdles  Stephen Newbold (BAH) 52.75 CR  Tramaine Maloney (BAR) 53.87  Dario Scantlebury (BAR) 56.26
High Jump  Ashani Wright (JAM) 1.98  Ifeanyi Otuonye (TCA) 1.98  Clive Pullen (JAM) 1.85
Long Jump  Clive Pullen (JAM) 6.72
(1.2 m/s)
 Lathone Collie-Minns (BAH) 6.68
(−1.4 m/s)
 Christian Wright (BER) 6.66
(−0.7 m/s)
Triple Jump  Lathone Collie-Minns (BAH) 14.86
(0.8 m/s)
 Latario Collie-Minns (BAH) 14.78 w
(2.4 m/s)
Martinique/ Jean-Noël Cretinoir (MTQ) 14.78
(0.9 m/s)
Shot Put  Chadrick Decosta (JAM) 16.99 CR  Kashif Ford (JAM) 16.32  Hezekiel Romeo (TRI) 16.18
Discus Throw  Fedrick Dacres (JAM) 52.99 CR  Chadrick Decosta (JAM) 50.80  Kenejah Williams (TRI) 42.23
Javelin Throw  Adrian Williams (SKN) 57.86  Janiel Craigg (BAR) 57.86  Gerrio Rahming (BAH) 57.74
4 × 100 metres relay  Jamaica
Omar Graham
Odane Skeen
Odail Todd
Davian Dennis
41.62  Bahamas
Delano Davis
Anthony Farrington
James Cash
Julian Munroe
42.00  Trinidad and Tobago
Breon Mullings
Ayodele Taffe
Nicholas Douglas
John-Mark Constantine
42.26
4 × 400 metres relay  Trinidad and Tobago
Machel Cedenio
Theon Lewis
Shaquille Glasgow
Darvin Sandy
3:16.30  Bahamas
Stephan Hepburn
Renaldo Tinker
Stephen Newbold
Andre Wells
3:17.53  Barbados
Tramaine Maloney
Nikolai Gall
Dario Scantlebury
Jerrard Mason
3:20.31

Girls under 17 (Youth)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.7 m/s)
 Chantelle Morrison (CAY) 11.74  Channiel Johnson (JAM) 11.96  Marvar Etienne (BAH) 12.01
200 metres
(2.5 m/s)
 Shericka Jackson (JAM) 23.64 w  Saqukine Cameron (JAM) 23.80 w  Shavonne Husbands (BAR) 24.26 w
400 metres  Shaunae Miller (BAH) 53.36 CR  Shericka Jackson (JAM) 53.71  Olivia James (JAM) 53.89
800 metres  Marlene Eubanks (JAM) 2:11.86  Domonique Williams (TRI) 2:13.42  Sonia Gaskin (BAR) 2:13.60
1500 metres  Jevina Straker (GUY) 4:43.33  Marlene Eubanks (JAM) 4:43.45  Vanessa Philbert (AHO) 4:44.87
100 metres hurdles
(4.1 m/s)
 Megan Simmonds (JAM) 13.64 w  Shenel Fancis (JAM) 13.69 w  Shakera Hall (BAR) 13.97 w
300 metres hurdles  Kernesha Spann (TRI) 42.16  Shenel Fancis (JAM) 42.51  Kimone Green (JAM) 42.62
High Jump  Akela Jones (BAR) 1.85 CR  Chanice Porter (JAM) 1.74  Janelle Schaeper (LCA) 1.68
Long Jump  Chanice Porter (JAM) 5.64  Opal James (JAM) 5.47  Janelle Schaeper (LCA) 5.28
Triple Jump Martinique/ Aimée Adamis (MTQ) 11.79
(0.1 m/s)
 Opal James (JAM) 11.71
(−0.6 m/s)
 Akeila Richardson (BER) 11.68
(0.6 m/s)
Shot Put  Gleneve Grange (JAM) 11.46  Cherisse Murray (TRI) 11.09  Shareday Curiel (AHO) 10.96
Discus Throw  Shaunna Downey (TRI) 34.79  Gleneve Grange (JAM) 34.57  Cherisse Murray (TRI) 30.98
Javelin Throw‡  Shanica Yankey (DMA) 36.71 Martinique/ Sandrine Mezen (MTQ) 34.59  Gleneve Grange (JAM) 31.27
4 × 100 metres relay  Jamaica
Channiel Johnson
Kadisha Dallas
Saqukine Cameron
Shericka Jackson
45.98  Barbados
Akela Taylor
Akela Jones
Shakera Hall
Shavonne Husbands
46.66  Bahamas
Devynne Charlton
Shaunae Miller
Pedrya Seymour
Marvar Etienne
46.85
4 × 400 metres relay  Jamaica
Saqukine Cameron
Olivia James
Marlene Eubanks
Shericka Jackson
3:44.02  Trinidad and Tobago
Desiree Harper
Onika Murray
Domonique Williams
Kernesha Spann
3:46.61  Bahamas
Rachante Colebrooke
Pedrya Seymour
Shaunae Miller
Dannielle Gibson
3:48.86

‡: Exhibition event.

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Jamaica 363) 22 141)3) 72
2  Trinidad and Tobago 12 16 12 40
3  Bahamas 6 10 13 29
4  Barbados 3 7 8 18
5  Grenada 2 0 2 4
6 Martinique/ Martinique 1 41) 1 6
7  Saint Kitts and Nevis 1 1 0 2
 U.S. Virgin Islands 1 1 0 2
9  Saint Lucia 1 0 3 4
10  Dominica 11) 0 1 2
11  Cayman Islands 1 0 0 1
 Guyana 1 0 0 1
13  Bermuda 0 3 72) 10
14  Netherlands Antilles 0 1 2 3
15  Turks and Caicos Islands 0 1 0 1
16 Guadeloupe/ Guadeloupe 0 0 22) 2
17  Antigua and Barbuda 0 0 1 1

An (official) medal count was published.[6] However, there are a couple of mismatches to the unofficial count as displayed above:

1): The official count does not contain the results (gold for Dominica, silver for Martinique, bronze for Jamaica) for the girls' U-17 javelin throw which is dubbed as "exhibition event".[7]

2): The official count displays 8 bronze medals for Bermuda, but only one bronze medal for Guadeloupe. This is not reflected in the results.[2][3][5]

3): The official count displays 37 gold and 13 bronze medals for Jamaica. If this was correct, there would be 66 gold medals, 65 silver medals, and 64 bronze medals in total (disregarding the results for the girls U-17 javelin throw). Again, there is no evidence for this in the results.[2][3][5]

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the CFPI Timing,[2][3][4] and on the World Junior Athletics History website.[5] An unofficial count yields the number of about 427 athletes (234 junior (under-20) and 193 youth (under-17)) from about 24 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Finisterre, Terry (7 April 2010), Gordon and James steal the show at CARIFTA Games, IAAF, retrieved February 16, 2012 
  2. ^ a b c d e 39th Carifta Games Championship - 4/3/2010 to 4/5/2010 - Truman Bodden Sports Complex - George Town, Grand Cayman Island, B.W.I. - Results - Male (PDF), C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., retrieved February 19, 2012 
  3. ^ a b c d e 39th Carifta Games Championship - 4/3/2010 to 4/5/2010 - Truman Bodden Sports Complex - George Town, Grand Cayman Island, B.W.I. - Results - Female (PDF), C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., retrieved February 19, 2012 
  4. ^ a b 39th Carifta Games Championship - 4/3/2010 - 4/5/2010, C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., retrieved February 19, 2012 
  5. ^ a b c d World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on August 31, 2013, retrieved January 19, 2012 
  6. ^ 39th Carifta Games Championship - 4/3/2010 to 4/5/2010 - Truman Bodden Sports Complex - George Town, Grand Cayman Island, B.W.I. - Medal Count - Combined: Men + Women (PDF), C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., archived from the original (PDF) on February 22, 2012, retrieved February 19, 2012 
  7. ^ 39th Carifta Games Championship - 4/3/2010 to 4/5/2010 - Truman Bodden Sports Complex - George Town, Grand Cayman Island, B.W.I. - Event 29 Girls Javelin Throw Under 17, C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., retrieved February 19, 2012 

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