Carebaco International

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The Carebaco International is an international badminton tournament of the "Caribbean Regional Badminton Confederation" (Carebaco). Until 1999 the tournament was a closed event eligible only for Carebaco members, but to gain BWF World Ranking points since 1999 the Carebaco International tournament became a level 4 open individual event, now part of the BWF Future Series.

The tournament established since 1972, when four countries in the Caribbean Region with the fanatical badminton enthusiasts started an annual competition among themselves. These countries were Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Suriname and Guyana. As the years progressed the membership of Carebaco increased to include Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Cuba, Curacao, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Panama, Puerto Rico, and Martinique.[1]

The Carebaco International is held annually and is part of the Carebaco Games which also include a mixed team event for both seniors and juniors players of Carebaco member and associate member countries. The individual event for juniors is nowadays played in the different age groups comparable to the Pan Am Junior Badminton Championships. Since 2013 there is also an Open Carebaco Junior International U19 part of the Badminton World Federation Future Juniors series eligible for BWF Juniors World Ranking Points.

Carebaco Host Venues[edit]

Year Host City Country
1972 Kingston  Jamaica
1973 Paramaribo  Suriname
1974 Georgetown  Guyana
1975 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago
1976 Kingston  Jamaica
1977 Oranjestad  Aruba
(no competition - technical issues)
1978 Paramaribo  Suriname
1979 Oranjestad  Aruba
1980 Georgetown  Guyana
1981 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago
1982 Kingston  Jamaica
1983 Willemstad  Curaçao
1984 Paramaribo  Suriname
1985 Georgetown  Guyana
1986 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago
1987 Kingston  Jamaica
1988 Paramaribo  Suriname
1989 n/a No Competition
1990 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago
1991 n/a No Competition
Year Host City Country
1992 Willemstad  Curaçao
1993 Bridgetown  Barbados
1995 Kingston  Jamaica
1996 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago
1997 Bridgetown  Barbados
1998 Havana  Cuba
1999 Paramaribo  Suriname
2000 Bridgetown  Barbados
(Only Juniors events held)
2001 Kingston  Jamaica
2002 Mayaguez  Puerto Rico
2003 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago
2004 Central Region  Trinidad and Tobago
2005 Havana  Cuba
2006 n/a No Competition
2007 Paramaribo  Suriname
2008 n/a No Competition
2009 n/a No Competition
2010 n/a No Competition
2011 Wildey, St. Michael  Barbados
2012 Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic
Year Host City Country
2013 San Juan  Puerto Rico
2014 Kingston  Jamaica
2015 Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic
2016 Oranjestad  Aruba
2017 Tacarigua  Trinidad and Tobago
2018 Paramaribo  Suriname
2019 Wildey, St. Michael  Barbados

Carebaco Previous winners[edit]

Individual Event[edit]

Year Men's singles Women's singles Men's doubles Women's doubles Mixed doubles
1972 Suriname Romeo Caster Jamaica Jennifer Haddad No doubles competition No doubles competition No doubles competition
1973 Suriname Romeo Caster Jamaica Jennifer Haddad Suriname Roel Sjauw Mook
Suriname Reginald Chin Jong
Jamaica Jennifer Haddad
Jamaica Margareth Parslow
Jamaica Richard Wong
Jamaica Margareth Parslow
1974 Jamaica Keith Palmer Trinidad and Tobago Beena Narwani Suriname Roel Sjauw Mook
Suriname Otmar Kersout
Jamaica Jennifer Haddad
Jamaica Margareth Parslow
Jamaica Richard Roberts
Jamaica Jennifer Haddad
1975 Jamaica Richard Wong Jamaica Jennifer Haddad Suriname Roel Sjauw Mook
Suriname Otmar Kersout
Jamaica Jennifer Haddad
Jamaica G. Hew
Jamaica Brian Haddad
Jamaica Anna van de Groot
1976 Jamaica Richard Wong Trinidad and Tobago Beena Narwani Suriname Roel Sjauw Mook
Suriname Otmar Kersout
Jamaica Jennifer Haddad
Jamaica Christine Chung
Jamaica Richard Wong
Jamaica Jennifer Haddad
1977 no competition
1978 Jamaica George Hugh Jamaica George Hugh
Jamaica Sammy Leyow
Suriname Diana Uiterloo
Suriname Loes Sjauw Mook
Jamaica George Hugh
Jamaica Marie Leyow
1979 Jamaica George Hugh Jamaica George Hugh
Jamaica Sammy Leyow
Jamaica George Hugh
Jamaica Marie Leyow
1980 Jamaica Sammy Leyow Jamaica Carol Leyow
1981 Jamaica George Hugh
1982 Jamaica Tommy Lee Trinidad and Tobago Beena Narwani Jamaica Garth King
Jamaica Robert Richards
Jamaica Robert Richards
Jamaica Marie Leyow
1983 Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Trinidad and Tobago Carl Khan
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
1984 Suriname Mike van Daal Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Suriname Mike van Daal
Suriname Clyde van Daal
Trinidad and Tobago Virginia Chariandy
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Jamaica Sammy Leyow
Jamaica Marie Leyow
1985 Suriname Mike van Daal Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Suriname Mike van Daal
Suriname John Sno
Trinidad and Tobago Virginia Chariandy
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Suriname Mike van Daal
Suriname Sherida Ramzan
1986 Jamaica Robert Richards Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Jamaica Robert Richards
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Trinidad and Tobago Beverly Tang Choon
Trinidad and Tobago Carl Khan
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
1987 Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Trinidad and Tobago Beverly Tang Choon
1988 Suriname Hedwig de La Fuente Suriname Yu Nilen Suriname Clyde van Daal
Suriname John Sno
Suriname Yu Nilen
Suriname Loes Sjauw Mook
Suriname Hedwig de La Fuente
Suriname Yu Nilen
1989 no competition
1990 Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Trinidad and Tobago Beverly Tang Choon
Trinidad and Tobago Ronald Clarke
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
1991 no competition
1992[2] Guatemala Kenneth Erichsen Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Robert Richards
Jamaica Marie Leyow
Jamaica Terry Leyow
Jamaica Robert Richards
Jamaica Marie Leyow
1993[3] Guatemala Kenneth Erichsen Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Paul Leyow
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Trinidad and Tobago Sabrina Cassie
Jamaica Paul Leyow
Jamaica Terry Leyow
1994 no competition
1995[4] Guatemala Kenneth Erichsen Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Paul Leyow
Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Trinidad and Tobago Beverly Tang Choon
Jamaica Paul Leyow
Jamaica Terry Leyow
1996[5] Guatemala Kenneth Erichsen Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor Trinidad and Tobago Debra O’Connor
Trinidad and Tobago Beverly Tang Choon
1997[6] Guatemala Kenneth Erichsen Jamaica Nigella Saunders Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Robert Richards
Trinidad and Tobago Sabrina Cassie
Trinidad and Tobago Zuedi Mack
Barbados Argyle Maynard
Barbados Chalise Jordan
1998[7] Jamaica Roy Paul jr. Cuba Yesenia Leon Ruiz Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Robert Richards
Jamaica Shackerah Cupidon
Jamaica Terry Leyow
Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Terry Leyow
1999[8] Canada Mike Beres Canada Kara Solmundson Canada Bobby Milroy
Canada William Milroy
Canada Milaine Cloutier
Canada Robbyn Hermitage
Canada Mike Beres
Canada Kara Solmundson
2000 no seniors competition, only juniors events held
2001[9] Jamaica Bradley Graham Jamaica Nigella Saunders Jamaica Alex Haddad
Jamaica Roy Paul jr.
Jamaica Alya Lewis
Jamaica Nigella Saunders
Jamaica Bradley Graham
Jamaica Nigella Saunders
2002[10] Netherlands Tjitte Weistra Peru Sandra Jimeno Brazil Guilherme Kumasaka
Brazil Guilherme Pardo
Peru Sandra Jimeno
Peru Doriana Rivera
Netherlands Tjitte Weistra
Peru Doriana Rivera
2003[11] Japan Toru Matsumoto Japan Miyo Akao Germany Ingo Kindervater
Germany Björn Siegemund
Japan Yoshiko Iwata
Japan Miyuki Tai
Canada Mike Beres
Canada Jody Patrick
2004[12] Canada Andrew Dabeka Canada Charmaine Reid United States Khankham Malaythong
United States Raju Rai
Canada Helen Nichol
Canada Charmaine Reid
Canada Philippe Bourret
Canada Helen Nichol
2005[13] Cuba Ilian Perez Canada Charmaine Reid Canada Mike Beres
Canada William Milroy
Canada Charmaine Reid
Canada Helen Nichol
Canada Mike Beres
Canada Valérie Loker
2007[14] France Brice Leverdez Guatemala Marlin Maldonado Brazil Paulo von Scala
Brazil Lucas Araújo
Brazil Paula Pereira
Brazil Thayse Cruz
Brazil Lucas Araújo
Brazil Thayse Cruz
2011[15] United States Howard Shu Brazil Lohaynny Vicente Suriname Virgil Soeroredjo
Suriname Mitchel Wongsodikromo
Brazil Lohaynny Vicente
Brazil Luana Vicente
Suriname Mitchel Wongsodikromo
Suriname Crystal Leefmans
2012[16] New Zealand Joe Wu Canada Nicole Grether Guatemala Jonathan Solis
Guatemala Rodolfo Ramírez
Canada Nicole Grether
Canada Charmaine Reid
Dominican Republic Nelson Javier
Dominican Republic Berónica Vivieca
2013[17] Italy Rosario Maddaloni Guatemala Nikte Sotomayor Jamaica Gareth Henry
United States Bjorn Seguin
Dominican Republic Berónica Vivieca
Dominican Republic Daigenis Saturria
Guatemala Anibal Marroquin
Guatemala Krisley Nohemi Lopez
2014 Jamaica Gareth Henry Trinidad and Tobago Solángel Guzmán Jamaica Gareth Henry
Jamaica Garron Palmer
Barbados Shari Watson
Barbados Tamisha Williams
Jamaica Garron Palmer
Jamaica Mikaylia Haldane
2015[18] Jamaica Gareth Henry Trinidad and Tobago Solángel Guzmán Jamaica Gareth Henry
Jamaica Dayvon Reid
Dominican Republic Daigenis Mercedes Saturria
Dominican Republic Licelott Sanchez
Dominican Republic Nelson Javier
Dominican Republic Daigenis Mercedes Saturria
2016[19] Dominican Republic Nelson Javier Wales Aimee Moran Suriname Gilmar Jones
Suriname Dylan Darmohoetomo
Dominican Republic Nairoby Abigail Jimenez
Dominican Republic Bermary Altagracia Polanco Munoz
Barbados Dakeil Thorpe
Barbados Tamisha Williams
2017 Guatemala Kevin Cordón United States Jamie Subandhi Jamaica Gareth Henry
Jamaica Samuel O’Brien Ricketts
Peru Daniela Macias
Peru Danica Nishimura
Peru Daniel La Torre Regal
Peru Danica Nishimura
2018 Luxembourg Robert Mann Barbados Tamisha Williams Barbados Shae Michael Martin
Barbados Dakeil Thorpe
Barbados Monyata Riviera
Barbados Tamisha Williams
Suriname Dylan Darmohoetomo
Suriname Crystal Leefmans

Carebaco Team Event Results[edit]

Venue Country Year Senior Champion Senior Runner-up Score Year Junior Champion Junior Runner-up Score
Kingston  Jamaica 1972  Jamaica  Suriname 5-2 1972 No junior competition No junior competition
Paramaribo  Suriname 1973  Jamaica  Suriname 5-2 1973 No junior competition No junior competition
Georgetown  Guyana 1974  Jamaica  Suriname 4-3 1974 No junior competition No junior competition
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 1975  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1975 No junior competition No junior competition
Kingston  Jamaica 1976  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1976  Jamaica
Aruba  Aruba (Canceled) 1977 No competition No Competition 1977 No Competition No Competition
Paramaribo  Suriname 1978  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1978  Jamaica  Suriname
Aruba  Aruba 1979  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1979  Jamaica  Suriname
Georgetown  Guyana 1980  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1980  Jamaica
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 1981  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1981  Trinidad and Tobago
Kingston  Jamaica 1982  Jamaica  Suriname 3-2 1982  Jamaica  Suriname
Willemstad  Curaçao 1983  Suriname  Trinidad and Tobago 4-1 1983  Suriname
Paramaribo  Suriname 1984  Suriname  Jamaica 3-2 1984  Suriname
Georgetown  Guyana 1985  Trinidad and Tobago 1985
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 1986 1986
Kingston  Jamaica 1987  Jamaica  Trinidad and Tobago 4-1 1987
Paramaribo  Suriname 1988  Suriname  Trinidad and Tobago 3-2 1988
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 1989 No competition No Competition 1989 No competition No Competition
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 1990  Trinidad and Tobago 1990
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 1991 No competition No Competition 1991 No competition No Competition
Willemstad  Curaçao 1992 1992
Bridgetown  Barbados 1993 1993
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 1994 No Competition No Competition 1994 No Competition No Competition
Kingston  Jamaica 1995 1995
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 1996  Jamaica  Guatemala 1996  Barbados  Trinidad and Tobago
Bridgetown  Barbados 1997 1997  Suriname
Havana  Cuba 1998 1998
Paramaribo  Suriname 1999 1999  Suriname  Jamaica
Bridgetown  Barbados 2000 No Competition No Competition 2000  Suriname  Jamaica 5-0
Kingston  Jamaica 2001  Jamaica  Trinidad and Tobago 5-0 2001  Suriname  Jamaica 3-2
Mayaguez  Puerto Rico 2002 2002  Jamaica
Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 2003  Trinidad and Tobago  Barbados 3-2 2003  Suriname  Jamaica 5-0
Central Region, Chaguanas  Trinidad and Tobago 2004 2004
Havana  Cuba 2005 No Team Competition No Team Competition 2005
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 2006 No Competition No Competition 2006 No Competition No Competition
Paramaribo  Suriname 2007 No Team Competition No Team Competition 2007
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 2008 No Competition No Competition 2008 No Competition No Competition
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 2009 No Competition No Competition 2009 No Competition No Competition
n/a No Competition n/a No Competition 2010 No Competition No Competition 2010 No Competition No Competition
Wildey, St. Michael  Barbados 2011  Suriname  Barbados 3-2 2011  Puerto Rico  Suriname 4-1
Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic 2012  Dominican Republic  Suriname 4-1 2012  Puerto Rico  Dominican Republic 3-2
San Juan  Puerto Rico 2013 Senior Event Canceled Senior Event Canceled 2013  Puerto Rico  Suriname 3-2
Kingston  Jamaica 2014  Jamaica  Trinidad and Tobago 3-0 2014  Jamaica  Trinidad and Tobago 3-0
Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic 2015  Jamaica  Dominican Republic 3-1 2015  Dominican Republic  Jamaica
Aruba  Aruba 2016  Dominican Republic  Suriname 3-1 2016  Dominican Republic  Guyana 3-2
Tacarigua  Trinidad and Tobago 2017  Jamaica  Dominican Republic 3-1 2017  Dominican Republic  Jamaica 3-1
Paramaribo  Suriname 2018  Barbados  Suriname 3-1 2018 Canceled Canceled
Wildey, St. Michael  Barbados 2019 2019

References[edit]

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