2000 NACAC Under-25 Championships in Athletics

The 1st NACAC Under-25 Championships in Athletics were held in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico on August 3–5, 2000. This year and in 2002 the event was open for athletes younger than 25 years.

I NACAC Under-25 Championships in Athletics
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Host cityMonterrey, Mexico Mexico
Date(s)August 3–5
Main stadiumUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
LevelU-25
Participation184 athletes from
21 nations
Events45

Medal summaryEdit

Medal winners are published.[1][2] Complete results can be found on the AtletismoCR,[3] on the CFPI,[4] and the Nevis Amateur Athletic Association[5] websites.

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Kim Collins (SKN) 10.46   Nicolas Macrozonaris (CAN) 10.75   Dion Crabbe (IVB) 10.82
200 metres   Kim Collins (SKN) 20.53   Dominic Demeritte (BAH) 20.85   Dion Crabbe (IVB) 21.27
400 metres   Fabian Rollins (BAR) 46.01   Chris Brown (BAH) 46.02   David Coombs (JAM) 46.86
800 metres   Milton Browne (BAR) 1:51.02   Martin Cluff (CAN) 1:51.20   Heleodoro Navarro (MEX) 1:52.12
1500 metres   Jonathon Riley (USA) 3:45.48   Alejandro Suárez (MEX) 3:48.09   Luis Arias (MEX) 3:49.79
5000 metres   Alejandro Suárez (MEX) 14:11.48   Jason Balkman (USA) 14:16.44   Nathan Nutter (USA) 14:26.25
10,000 metres   David Galindo (MEX) 31:03.25   Jonathan Morales (MEX) 31:48.66   Sergio de León (GUA) 32:05.08
Half Marathon   Hugo Romero (MEX) 1:08:59   Ariel Aguirre (MEX) 1:09:36   Francisco Mondragón (MEX) 1:10:15
3000 metres steeplechase   Tom Chorny (USA) 8:47.98   Chuck Sloan (USA) 8:48.60   Alex Greaux (PUR) 9:00.61
110 metres hurdles   Aubrey Herring (USA) 13.96   Andrew Lissade (CAN) 13.98   Randy Gillon (ATG) 14.33
400 metres hurdles   Nick Stewart (CAN) 50.06   Jeff Ellis (CAN) 50.76   Ryan Clarke (JAM) 50.94
High jump   Jesse Lipscombe (CAN) 2.20m   Jeremy Fischer (USA) 2.15m   Damon Thompson (BAR) 2.05m
Pole vault   Russ Buller (USA) 5.40m   Robison Pratt (MEX) 5.20m
Long jump   Miguel Pate (USA) 7.68m   Aundre Edwards (JAM) 7.53m   Cleavon Dillon (TRI) 7.45m
Triple jump   Allen Mortimer (BAH) 15.74m w   Gregory Hughes (BAR) 15.48m   Gerardo Martínez (MEX) 15.43m w
Shot put   John Davis (USA) 19.50m   Jarred Rome (USA) 19.50m   Dave Stoute (TRI) 18.91m
Discus throw   Casey Malone (USA) 59.19m   Jarred Rome (USA) 58.08m   Juan Martínez (MEX) 41.19m
Hammer throw   Kevin Mannon (USA) 67.72m   Raúl Rivera (GUA) 59.57m   Carlos Valencia (MEX) 57.27m
Javelin throw   Brian Kollar (USA) 71.51m   Javier Ugarte (NCA) 61.58m   Gustavo Siller (MEX) 59.05m
Decathlon   Maurice Smith (JAM) 7090 pts   Juan Tenorio (MEX) 5853 pts   Alejandro Escalona (MEX) 5778 pts
20 Kilometres Road Walk   Édgar Hernández (MEX) 1:25:37   Jesús Sánchez (MEX) 1:29:31   John Nunn (USA) 1:45:38
4 × 100 metres relay   Puerto Rico 40.45
4 × 400 metres relay   Barbados 3:10.76   Mexico 3:13.66   Canada 3:25.33

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Angela Williams (USA) 11.57   Aleen Bailey (JAM) 11.66   Cydonie Mothersill (CAY) 11.83
200 metres   Aleen Bailey (JAM) 23.47   Cydonie Mothersill (CAY) 23.72   Christine Amertil (BAH) 24.05
400 metres   Christine Amertil (BAH) 52.65   Tanya Oxley (BAR) 52.92   Tonique Williams (BAH) 53.05
800 metres   Elizabeth Diaz (USA) 2:03.59   Ashley Wysong (USA) 2:04.92   Sheena Gooding (BAR) 2:12.92
1500 metres   Susan Taylor (USA) 4:20.31   Margarita Tapia (MEX) 4:27.45   Janill Williams (ATG) 4:32.34
5000 metres   Margarita Tapia (MEX) 16:51.57   Janill Williams (ATG) 18:16.78   Guadalupe García (MEX) 18:38.48
10,000 metres   Guadalupe García (MEX) 38:59.43   Kary Tripp (MEX) 39:01.36
Half Marathon   Madai Pérez (MEX) 1:25:02
100 metres hurdles   Jenny Adams (USA) 13.54   Dalanda Jackson (USA) 13.87   Angela Whyte (CAN) 14.14
400 metres hurdles   Tawa Babatunde (CAN) 57.99   Deniece Bell (CAN) 58.30   Sheena Johnson (USA) 59.81
High jump   Celly Martínez (MEX) 1.75m   Yunuen Alejandri (MEX) 1.60m
Pole vault   Tracy O'Hara (USA) 4.00m   Dana Ellis (CAN) 3.80m   Kristin Hagel (CAN) 3.70m
Long jump   Jenny Adams (USA) 6.34m   Tisha Parker (USA) 6.32m w   Ayesha Maycock (BAR) 6.15m w
Triple jump   Nicole Gamble (USA) 13.27m   Dahlia Ingram (USA) 12.72m   Mónica Martínez (MEX) 11.98m
Shot put   Tina McDonald (CAN) 16.07m   Marie-Josée LeJour (CAN) 14.83m   Melissa Gibbons (JAM) 14.76m
Discus throw   Tina McDonald (CAN) 49.23m   Melissa Gibbons (JAM) 48.99m   Marie-Josée LeJour (CAN) 46.41m
Hammer throw   Melissa Price (USA) 61.83m   Maureen Griffin (USA) 60.47m   Violeta Guzmán (MEX) 58.84m
Javelin throw   Kendra Wecker (USA) 53.18m   Ana Gutiérrez (MEX) 47.28m
Heptathlon   Tracye Lawyer (USA) 5557 pts   Christi Smith (USA) 5180 pts   Rocío González (MEX) 4065 pts
20 Kilometres Road Walk   Victoria Palacios (MEX) 1:39:02   Sarah Stevenson (USA) 1:39:55   Abigail Sáenz (MEX) 1:44:51
4 × 100 metres relay   Canada 46.37
4 × 400 metres relay   Barbados 3:36.58   Canada 3:37.90   Mexico 3:49.83

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Mexico)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)1912334
2  Mexico (MEX)*9111434
3  Canada (CAN)68418
4  Barbados (BAR)4239
5  Jamaica (JAM)2338
6  Bahamas (BAH)2226
7  Saint Kitts and Nevis (SKN)2002
8  Puerto Rico (PUR)1012
9  Netherlands Antilles (ANT)0123
10  Cayman Islands (CAY)0112
  Guatemala (GUA)0112
12  Nicaragua (NCA)0101
13  British Virgin Islands (IVB)0022
Totals (13 nations)454236123

Team ScoresEdit

Team scores were published.

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
    Mexico 365
2   United States 263
3   Canada 161
4   Barbados 105
5   Jamaica 66
6   Bahamas 53
7   Guatemala 34
8   Puerto Rico 25
9   Antigua and Barbuda 19
10   British Virgin Islands 16
  Saint Kitts and Nevis
  Trinidad and Tobago
13   Cayman Islands 13
14   Nicaragua 11
15   El Salvador 8
16   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6
17   Dominica 5
  Netherlands Antilles
19   Anguilla 3
20   Belize 1
  Saint Lucia

ParticipationEdit

The participation of 184 athletes from 21 countries was reported.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "NACAC UNDER 23 (UNDER 25) CHAMPIONSHIPS", Athletics Weekly, retrieved December 28, 2011
  2. ^ NACAC Championships, Location: Monterrey, Monterrey, MEX, Date: August 3 – 5, 2000, Trackie Group Inc., retrieved December 28, 2011
  3. ^ a b Primer Campeonato NACAC – Sub 25 – Monterrey – México – 3-5 de Agosto, 2000 (in Spanish), AtletismoCR.com, San Pablo, Heredia, Costa Rica, retrieved February 28, 2013
  4. ^ I.A.A.F. / N.A.C.A.C. Under 25 Regional Championship Meet on the campus of Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in Monterrey, Mexico, August 3-5, 2000, C.F.P.I. Timing Inc., retrieved December 28, 2011
  5. ^ NACAC U-25 2000, Nevis Amateur Athletic Association, retrieved December 28, 2011