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2003 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics

The 2003 Central American and Caribbean Championships in athletics were held in St George's, Grenada, between 4–6 July 2003. It was the first time that the country had hosted the competition.[3]

19th Central American and Caribbean Championships
CAC senior logo 2003.jpg
Host citySt. George's, Grenada Grenada
Date(s)4–6 July
Main stadiumNational Stadium
LevelSenior
ParticipationAt least 318[1] athletes from
29 nations
Events43[2]

Medal summaryEdit

For full event details see 2003 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics – Results.

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Kim Collins
  Saint Kitts and Nevis
10.13 Darrel Brown
  Trinidad and Tobago
10.17 Marc Burns
  Trinidad and Tobago
10.29
200 m Dominic Demeritte
  Bahamas
20.43 Julieon Raeburn
  Trinidad and Tobago
20.57 Christopher Williams
  Jamaica
20.58
400 m Alleyne Francique
  Grenada
45.27 Chris Brown
  Bahamas
45.42 Ato Modibo
  Trinidad and Tobago
45.81
800 m Sherridan Kirk
  Trinidad and Tobago
1:49.10 Jermaine Myers
  Jamaica
1:49.36 Marvin Watts
  Jamaica
1:49.48
1500 m Juan Luis Barrios
  Mexico
3:44.78 Ricky Etheridge
  Puerto Rico
3:48.68 Mario Smith
  Jamaica
3:52.22
5000 m Eduardo Rojas
  Mexico
14:29.88 José Amado García
  Guatemala
14:40.94 Pamenos Ballantyne
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
14:43.72
10,000 m Eduardo Rojas
  Mexico
29:37.08 Alfredo Arevalo
  Guatemala
29:39.48 José Amado García
  Guatemala
29:42.52
Half marathon Pamenos Ballantyne
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1:09:14 Alfredo Arevalo
  Guatemala
1:09:39 Claude Nohile
  Martinique
1:10:59
3000 m steeplechase Alex Greaux
  Puerto Rico
8:39.68 Néstor Nieves
  Venezuela
8:40.27
110 m hurdles Hugh Henry
  Barbados
13.85 Alleyne Lett
  Grenada
13.98 Ricardo Melbourne
  Jamaica
14.01
400 m hurdles Greg Little
  Jamaica
50.04 Sergio Hierrezuelo
  Cuba
50.26 Oscar Juanz
  Mexico
50.34
High jump Lisvany Pérez
  Cuba
2.21 Huguens Jean
  Haiti
2.15 Henderson Dottin
  Barbados
2.15
Pole vault Giovanni Lanaro
  Mexico
5.30 Ricardo Diez
  Venezuela
5.00
Long jump Kareem Streete-Thompson
  Cayman Islands
8.12w Osbourne Moxey
  Bahamas
7.85w Aundre Edwards
  Jamaica
7.74w
Triple jump Leevan Sands
  Bahamas
17.16 Gregory Hughes
  Barbados
16.17 Ayata Joseph
  Antigua and Barbuda
15.94
Shot put Yojer Medina
  Venezuela
19.12 Francisco Guzmán
  Mexico
17.82 Dave Stoute
  Trinidad and Tobago
17.70
Discus throw Alfredo Romero
  Puerto Rico
54.09 Alleyne Lett
  Grenada
53.14 David Bissoly
  Martinique
52.38
Hammer throw Yosvany Suárez
  Cuba
69.59 Aldo Bello
  Venezuela
64.26 Raúl Rivera
  Guatemala
60.94
Javelin throw Manuel Fuenmayor
  Venezuela
72.35 Rigoberto Calderón
  Nicaragua
67.50 Robert Barnes
  Jamaica
66.57
Decathlon Yonelvis Águila
  Cuba
7337 Decosma Wright
  Jamaica
6383 Guillermo Toledo
  Puerto Rico
6074
20 km road walk[4] Julio Martínez
  Guatemala
1:22:07 José Olivares
  Mexico
1:24:02 Ezequiel Nazario
  Puerto Rico
1:26:01
4 x 100 m relay   Trinidad and Tobago 39.05   Jamaica 39.2   Netherlands Antilles 39.46
4 x 400 m relay   Bahamas
Avard Moncur
Carl Oliver
Nathaniel McKinney
Chris Brown
3:02.56   Jamaica
Marvin Essor
Lanceford Spence
Jermaine Myers
Richard James
3:04.08   Trinidad and Tobago
Damion Barry
Julieon Raeburn
Simeon Bovell
Sherridan Kirk
3:04.48

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m Fana Ashby
  Trinidad and Tobago
11.32 Tamica Clarke
  Bahamas
11.33 Judith Kitson
  Jamaica
11.37
200 m Cydonie Mothersille
  Cayman Islands
22.45 Roxana Díaz
  Cuba
22.74 Tonique Williams
  Bahamas
22.8
400 m Hazel-Ann Regis
  Grenada
51.56 Michelle Burgher
  Jamaica
52.19 Eliana Pacheco
  Venezuela
52.87
800 m Neisha Bernard-Thomas
  Grenada
2:04.12 Kenia Sinclair
  Jamaica
2:04.50 Sheena Gooding
  Barbados
2:04.55
1500 m Ashley Couper
  Bermuda
4:27.71 Margarita Tapia
  Mexico
4:32.16 Elsa Monterroso
  Guatemala
4:39.44
10,000 m Yudelkis Martínez
  Cuba
34:29.05 Elsa Monterroso
  Guatemala
35:54.46 Lourdes Cruz
  Puerto Rico
38:27.73
Half marathon Lourdes Cruz
  Puerto Rico
1:31:50 Adelaide Carrington
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1:38:45 Kenisha Pascal
  Grenada
2:02:28 NR
100 m hurdles Delloreen Ennis-London
  Jamaica
12.70 CR Nadine Faustin
  Haiti
12.82 Vonette Dixon
  Jamaica
13.35
400 m hurdles Allison Beckford
  Jamaica
55.12 CR Yvonne Harrison
  Puerto Rico
55.29 Andrea Blackett
  Barbados
56.12
High jump Desiree Crichlow
  Barbados
1.81 Yetzálida Pérez
  Venezuela
1.79 Keitha Moseley
  Barbados
1.76
Pole vault Alejandra Meza
  Mexico
4.00 (CR) Denisse Orengo
  Puerto Rico
3.90
Long jump Elva Goulbourne
  Jamaica
6.96w Jackie Edwards
  Bahamas
6.63w Yuridia Bustamante
  Mexico
6.28w
Triple jump Suzette Lee
  Jamaica
13.89w María Espencer
  Dominican Republic
13.41w Michelle Vaughn
  Guyana
12.74
Shot put Misleydis González
  Cuba
18.09 Cleopatra Borel
  Trinidad and Tobago
17.79 Rosario Ramos
  Venezuela
15.02
Discus throw Yania Ferrales
  Cuba
59.07 María Cubillán
  Venezuela
49.05 Doris Thompson
  Bahamas
43.88
Hammer throw Violeta Guzmán
  Mexico
55.72 Adriana Benaventa
  Venezuela
50.82
Javelin throw Laverne Eve
  Bahamas
56.75 Kateema Riettie
  Jamaica
51.36 Dalila Rugama
  Nicaragua
47.40
10 km road walk Rosario Sánchez
  Mexico
49:06 Estela Hernández
  Mexico
52:03
4 x 100 m relay   Bahamas
Tamicka Clarke
Debbie Ferguson
Christine Amertil
Shandria Brown
43.06 CR   Jamaica 43.30   Cuba
Dainelky Pérez
Roxana Díaz
Virgen Benavides
Magalys García
43.83
4 x 400 m relay   Jamaica
Naleya Downer
Michelle Burgher
Carlene Robinson
Allison Beckford
3:29.75   Grenada
Kishara George
Neisha Bernard-Thomas
Jackie-Ann Morain
Hazel-Ann Regis
3:32.99 NR   Puerto Rico
?
Sandra Moya
Lizaira Del Valle
Militza Castro
3:33.35

† = non-championship event

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Grenada)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Mexico (MEX)74213
2  Jamaica (JAM)68822
3  Cuba (CUB)6219
4  Bahamas (BAH)54211
5  Puerto Rico (PUR)33410
  Trinidad and Tobago (TTO)33410
7  Grenada (GRN)*3317
8  Venezuela (VEN)26210
9  Barbados (BAR)2147
10  Cayman Islands (CAY)2002
11  Guatemala (GUA)1438
12  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (VIN)1113
13  Bermuda (BER)1001
  Saint Kitts and Nevis (SKN)1001
15  Haiti (HAI)0202
16  Nicaragua (NIC)0112
17  Dominican Republic (DOM)0101
18  Martinique (MTQ)0022
19  Antigua and Barbuda (ATG)0011
  Guyana (GUY)0011
  Netherlands Antilles (AHO)0011
Totals (21 nations)434338124


ParticipationEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Not all of the relay squads are known so the number of participants from certain nations may be slightly higher.
  2. ^ Including 11 unofficial events
  3. ^ Clavelo Robinson, Javier (2003-07-04). CAC Championships attract regions best, as Cuba aims to retain grip. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-07-27.
  4. ^ short course (18 km)

External linksEdit