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1990 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics

The 9th Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships were held in Havana, Cuba, between 6–8 July 1990.

IX Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships
Host cityHavana, Cuba Cuba
Date(s)6–8 July
LevelJunior and Youth
Participationabout 406
(219 junior,
187 youth) athletes from
12 nations
Events77
(40 junior,
37 youth)

Contents

Medal summaryEdit

Medal winners are published by category: Junior A, Male,[1] Junior A, Female,[2] and Junior B.[3] Complete results can be found on the World Junior Athletics History website.[4]

There are some differences between the results in the different sources. The Rules for the Central American and Caribbean Track and Field Championships regulate : "Each country can enter a maximum of two (2) competitors per individual event with the exception of the 1/2 marathon in which three competitors per country may be allowed."[5] Therefore, it is assumed that additional athletes from host country Cuba started out of competition, especially in the field events, and were not eligible for gaining championships medals.

Male Junior A (under 20)Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(-0.1 m/s)
  Donovan Powell (JAM) 10.48   Edgar Chourio (VEN) 10.49   Joel Lamela (CUB) 10.61
200 metres
(-0.9 m/s)
  Edgar Chourio (VEN) 21.12   Andrew Tynes (BAH) 21.27   Wayde Payne (BAR) 21.46
400 metres   Ronald Thorne (BAR) 46.97   Norberto Téllez (CUB) 47.22   Terry Harewood (BAR) 47.87
800 metres   Norberto Téllez (CUB) 1:50.08   Steven Roberts (BAR) 1:50.36   Michael Williams (JAM) 1:51.19
1500 metres   Terrance Armstrong (BER) 3:54.08   Omar Díaz (CUB) 3:54.19   Héctor Arias (MEX) 3:55.01
5000 metres   Marcos Orchet (CUB) 15:17.14   Luis Collazo (PUR) 15:17.50   Daniel Álvarez (CUB) 15:22.02
10,000 metres   Elisaldo León (CUB) 30:45.12   Héctor Martínez (CUB) 31:47.65   Juan Cruz (MEX) 33:38.90
Half Marathon   Elisaldo León (CUB) 1:08:28   Héctor Martínez (CUB) 1:10:07   Juan Cruz (MEX) 1:11:02
3000 metres steeplechase   Héctor Arias (MEX) 9:07.90   Francisco Veranes (CUB) 9:15.19   Salvador Miranda (MEX) 9:15.67
110 metres hurdles
(0.3 m/s)
  Alexis Sánchez (CUB) 14.03   José Pérez (CUB) 14.18   Eliecer Pulgar (VEN) 14.81
400 metres hurdles   Pedro Piñera (CUB) 51.55   Norge Bell (CUB) 52.36   Lynden Hepburn (BAH) 54.61
High jump   Garreth Flowers (BAH) 2.13   Osvaldo Fernández (CUB) 2.06   Ignacio Hernández (CUB) 2.06
Pole vault   Alberto Manzano (CUB) 5.45   Edgar León (MEX) 4.20   Mark Godfrey (JAM) 4.10
Long jump   Kareem Streete-Thompson (CAY) 7.97
(0.3 m/s)
  Iván Pedroso (CUB) 7.74
(0.3 m/s)
  Frederick Lottimore (BER) 7.64
(0.1 m/s)
Triple jump1)   Yoelbi Quesada (CUB) 16.68
(1.2 m/s)
  David Walter (CUB) 16.29
(-0.5 m/s)
  Emmitt Higgins (BAH) 15.19
(-0.5 m/s)
Shot put   Orlando Torres (CUB) 15.93   Yojer Medina (VEN) 15.07   Yosvany Obregón (CUB) 14.68
Discus throw   Frank Bicet (CUB) 54.42   Lázaro Vega (CUB) 49.50   Yojer Medina (VEN) 46.94
Hammer throw2)   Yosvany Suárez (CUB) 57.54   Domingo Sandoval (CUB) 56.46   Julián Núñez (MEX) 34.80
Javelin throw   Emeterio González (CUB) 62.42   Leonardo Vaal (MEX) 61.94   Ismael Márquez (CUB) 59.84
Decathlon   Juan Ventosa (CUB) 6322   Luis Pastor (MEX) 5591   Ronnie Darville (BAH) 5555
10,000 metres track walk   Alberto Cruz (MEX) 44:11.00   Ignacio Zamudio (MEX) 44:52.56   Leonardo Sariol (CUB) 46:10.50
4 × 100 metres relay   Cuba
Joel Lamela
Leonardo Prevot
Ernesto González
Iván García
40.62   Jamaica
Raymond Nelson
Daniel England
Donovan Powell
Norman Morse
40.66   Bahamas
Andrew Tynes
Marcus Knowles
Troy McIntosh
Randy Neely
41.74
4 × 400 metres relay   Barbados
Wayde Payne
Terry Harewood
Ronald Thorne
Roger Jordan
3:09.00   Cuba
Norberto Téllez
Norge Bell
L. Mustelier
C. Isnaga
3:09.48   Jamaica
Christopher Gallimore
Terrence McCrea
Floyd Howell
Daniel England
3:09.95

Remarks:

1) Elsewhere, Daniel Osorio of Cuba is listed 3rd with 15.96m.[1]

2) Elsewhere, Alberto Sánchez of Cuba is listed 3rd with 56.40m.[1]

Female Junior A (under 20)Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(-0.4 m/s)
  Revoli Campbell (JAM) 11.64   Gillian Russell (JAM) 11.83   Chandra Sturrup (BAH) 11.89
200 metres
(-0.5 m/s)
  Revoli Campbell (JAM) 23.67   Julia Duporty (CUB) 23.80   Idalmis Bonne (CUB) 24.18
400 metres   Nancy McLeón (CUB) 53.31   Inez Turner (JAM) 53.91   Yojani Casanova (CUB) 54.67
800 metres   Inez Turner (JAM) 2:09.16   Irma Betancourt (MEX) 2:09.16   Janice Turner (JAM) 2:13.56
1500 metres   Irma Betancourt (MEX) 4:26.48   Verónica Rivera (MEX) 4:28.38   Janice Turner (JAM) 4:31.61
3000 metres   Verónica Rivera (MEX) 9:50.41   Paola Cabrera (MEX) 9:53.55   Mayelín Sotolongo (CUB) 10:02.98
100 metres hurdles
(-0.2 m/s)
  Oraidis Ramírez (CUB) 13.79   Gillian Russell (JAM) 13.86   Clara Torres (CUB) 15.04
400 metres hurdles   Bárbara Fernández (CUB) 59.64   Milagros Echevarría (CUB) 60.60   Josefa Castro (VEN) 63.06
High jump3)   Ioamnet Quintero (CUB) 1.85   Diane Guthrie (JAM) 1.70   Yamilé Aldama (CUB) 1.70
Long jump   Diane Guthrie (JAM) 6.09
(-0.7 m/s)
  Yaminoraidez Martínez (CUB) 6.02
(-0.3 m/s)
  Dedra Davis (BAH) 5.84
(-0.5 m/s)
Shot put4)   Norbi Balantén (CUB) 15.46   Michelle Garvey (BAR) 13.00   Maricela Bristel (CUB) 12.41
Discus throw5)   Maricela Bristel (CUB) 52.20   Marlén Sánchez (CUB) 40.74   Dulce María Flores (MEX) 38.84
Javelin throw6)   Odelmys Palma (CUB) 56.66   Sonia Bisset (CUB) 55.20   Patrice Scotland (BER) 42.40
Heptathlon7)   Magalys García (CUB) 5517   Yolaida Pompa (CUB) 5505   Diane Guthrie (JAM) 4866
5000 metres track walk   Yoslaine Puñales (CUB) 25:44.41   Maribel Calderón (CUB) 26:21.76
4 × 100 metres relay   Jamaica
Gillian Russell
Marjorie Bailey
Revolie Campbell
Jackie Gayle
45.62   Cuba
Tellami Martínez
Oraidis Ramírez
Idalmis Bonne
Julia Duporty
45.64   Bahamas
Chandra Sturrup
Michelle Johnson
Dedra Davis
Valeska Browne
47.44
4 × 400 metres relay   Cuba
Odalmis Limonta
Bárbara Fernández
Nancy McLeón
Yojani Casanova
3:37.12   Jamaica
Marjorie Bailey
Inez Turner
Revoli Campbell
Jackie Gayle
3:38.07   Bahamas
Chandra Sturrup
Michelle Johnson
Valeska Browne
Lovina Knowles
3:54.54

Remarks:

3) Elsewhere, Isabel Aldecoa of Cuba is listed 2nd with 1.70m and Diane Guthrie of Jamaica is listed 3rd.[2]

4) Elsewhere, Ania Hurtado of Cuba is listed 3rd with 12.95m.[2]

5) Elsewhere, Ania Hurtado of Cuba is listed 2nd with 47.14m and Taybis Gómez of Cuba is listed 3rd with 44.50m.[2]

6) Elsewhere, Yaquelín García of Cuba is listed 3rd with 48.60m.[2]

7) Elsewhere, Diosgracia Verdiof Cuba is listed 3rd with 4985pts.[2]

Male Junior B (under 17)Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(-0.2 m/s)
  Leon Gordon (JAM) 10.90   Alfredo García (CUB) 11.04   Wayne Fenton (JAM) 11.06
200 metres
(0.3 m/s)
  Leon Gordon (JAM) 21.99   Alfredo García (CUB) 22.00   Wayne Fenton (JAM) 22.75
400 metres   Edward Clarke (JAM) 49.00   Gregory Blake (JAM) 49.64   Delon Felix (GRN) 50.46
800 metres   Escoffrey Thomas (JAM) 1:55.55   Mario Rivera (PUR) 1:55.87   Julio Fuentes (CUB) 1:57.04
1500 metres   Néstor Nieves (VEN) 3:59.32   Escoffrey Thomas (JAM) 3:59.99   Julio Fuentes (CUB) 4:04.29
3000 metres   Néstor Nieves (VEN) 9:01.48   Ismael Iglesias (CUB) 9:02.05   Yoslay Reyes (CUB) 9:07.05
2000 metres steeplechase   Néstor Nieves (VEN) 5:57.04   Ismael Iglesias (CUB) 6:01.72   Jorge Palma (CUB) 6:24.30
110 metres hurdles
(0.1 m/s)
  Félix Marcos (CUB) 14.69   Arion Figueras (CUB) 14.78   Everard Facey (JAM) 15.36
400 metres hurdles   Alejandro Argudín (CUB) 53.54   Félix Marcos (CUB) 53.83   Edward Clarke (JAM) 54.96
High jump   Victor Houston (BAR) 2.05   Andrés Leal (CUB) 2.02   Wilfredo Carias (VEN) 1.99
Pole vault   Ricardo Diez (VEN) 3.90   Luis Hidalgo (VEN) 3.90   Carlos Carrillo (CUB) 3.80
Long jump   Juan Garzón (CUB) 7.15
(0.4 m/s)
  Héctor Fuentes (CUB) 7.08
(0.3 m/s)
  Everard Facey (JAM) 6.98
(1.2 m/s)
Triple jump   Rafael Blanco (CUB) 15.01
(0.0 m/s)
  Victor Houston (BAR) 14.90
(0.0 m/s)
  César Ríos (CUB) 14.65
(0.0 m/s)
Shot put   Yohan González (CUB) 16.80   Dave Taylor (BAR) 16.66   Jorge López (VEN) 16.09
Discus throw   Manuel Pequeño (CUB) 48.88   Michel Hemmings (CUB) 48.88   Jorge López (VEN) 45.94
Hammer throw   Lester St. Rose (CUB) 64.84   Ronald London (CUB) 56.76   Rodolfo García (VEN) 49.70
Javelin throw   Isbel Luaces (CUB) 61.40   Norberto Perigo (CUB) 54.50   Victor Houston (BAR) 51.04
Heptathlon   Raúl Duany (CUB) 4781   Carlos Carrillo (CUB) 4508   Luis Rafael Mariño (VEN) 3864
5000 metres track walk   José Camacho (MEX) 23:24.36   Luis Gonga (CUB) 24:00.73   Carlos Frómeta (CUB) 25:20.03
4 × 100 metres relay   Jamaica
Leon Gordon
Edward Clarke
Everard Facey
Wayne Fenton
42.39   Venezuela
J. Suarez
Alexander Cotty
Slym Guzmán
Juan Lessmann
43.30   Puerto Rico
Miguel Ortega
José Seary
Agner Hernández
Erick Torres
43.48
4 × 400 metres relay   Jamaica
Gregory Blake
Edward Clarke
O'Neil Duncan
Leon Gordon
3:18.29   Puerto Rico
Miguel Ortega
José Seary
Agner Hernández
Erick Torres
3:24.27   Cuba
Alejandro Argudín
Pavel Benet
Félix Marcos
Lester St. Rose
3:24.69

Female Junior B (under 17)Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.2 m/s)
  Nikole Mitchell (JAM) 11.88   Savatheda Fynes (BAH) 12.13   Idalia Hechevarría (CUB) 12.15
200 metres
(0.2 m/s)
  Carmetta McKay (BAH) 24.28   Savatheda Fynes (BAH) 24.68   Maxine Dawkins (JAM) 24.71
400 metres   Claudine Williams (JAM) 54.52   Vernetta Rolle (BAH) 55.53   Wynsome Cole (JAM) 55.57
800 metres   Claudine Williams (JAM) 2:09.01   Dayami Sariol (CUB) 2:09.72   Vernetta Rolle (BAH) 2:11.49
1200 metres   Dayami Sariol (CUB) 3:34.29   Yaquelín Hernández (CUB) 3:34.31   Charmaine Howell (JAM) 3:37.69
100 metres hurdles
(-0.3 m/s)
  Damaris Anderson (CUB) 14.67   Yahumara Neyra (CUB) 14.69   Lacena Golding (JAM) 15.07
300 metres hurdles   Wynsome Cole (JAM) 42.74   Yahumara Neyra (CUB) 42.85   Katiuska Pérez (CUB) 44.69
High jump   Orisis Pedroso (CUB) 1.70   Jill Eneas (BAH) 1.65   Elba Llanes (CUB) 1.65
Long jump   Orisis Pedroso (CUB) 5.98
(0.4 m/s)
  Lissette Cuza (CUB) 5.72
(1.1 m/s)
  Lacena Golding (JAM) 5.44
(0.1 m/s)
Shot put   Alina Pupo (CUB) 15.46   Yumileidi Cumbá (CUB) 14.54   Angélica Roux (MEX) 13.58
Discus throw   Yumileidi Cumbá (CUB) 38.96   Sonia O'Farrill (CUB) 37.78   Marcia Taylor (BAH) 37.10
Javelin throw   María de la Caridad Álvarez (CUB) 50.10   Odalys Palma (CUB) 45.64   Adriana Salas (MEX) 35.44
Pentathlon   Orisis Pedroso (CUB) 3920   Regla Cárdeñas (CUB) 3669   Debbie Ferguson (BAH) 3015
5000 metres track walk   Izlaiza Padilla (CUB) 29:17.14   Arianna Betancourt (CUB) 29:17.19
4 × 100 metres relay   Jamaica
Astia Walker
Winsome Cole
Nikole Mitchell
Suzette Lee
46.66   Cuba
Idalia Hechavarría
Dainelky Pérez
Yahumara Neyra
Katiuska Pérez
46.85   Bahamas
Savatheda Fynes
Carmetta Mackey
Vernetta Rolle
Debbie Ferguson
47.66
4 × 400 metres relay   Bahamas
Savatheda Fynes
Vernetta Rolle
Arniece McPhee
Debbie Ferguson
3:47.22   Cuba
Yolaine Danger
Reyna Carretero
Yaquelín Hernández
Dayami Sariol
3:49.24   Jamaica
Winsome Cole
Charmaine Howell
Faith Dawkins
Claudine Williams
3:54.57

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

  *   Host nation (Cuba)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Cuba*424623111
2  Jamaica1781742
3  Mexico57820
4  Venezuela54817
5  Bahamas351220
6  Barbados34310
7  Bermuda1023
8  Cayman Islands1001
9  Puerto Rico0314
10  Grenada0011
Totals (10 nations)777775229

Participation (unofficial)Edit

Detailed result lists can be found on the World Junior Athletics History website.[4] An unofficial count yields a number of about 406 athletes (219 junior (under-20) and 187 youth (under-17)) from about 12 countries:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 20 MEN)", Athletics Weekly, archived from the original on December 24, 2010, retrieved August 8, 2011
  2. ^ a b c d e f "CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 20 WOMEN)", Athletics Weekly, retrieved August 8, 2011
  3. ^ "CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (UNDER 17)", Athletics Weekly, retrieved August 8, 2011
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved August 8, 2011
  5. ^ CACAC Athletics (December 2010), Rules of the Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation (PDF), CACAC, archived from the original (PDF) on October 8, 2011, retrieved March 10, 2012

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