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2003 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

The 12th Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held in Bridgetown, Barbados at the National Stadium on 18–20 July 2003.[1] Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt had the outstanding performance equalling the 200m World Junior record, while the team of the USA dominated the championships gaining 48 medals.[2]

XII Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Pan Am junior logo 2003.jpg
Host cityBridgetown, Barbados Barbados
Date(s)18–20 July
Main stadiumBarbados National Stadium
LevelJunior
Participationabout 352 athletes from
31 nations
Events43

Contents

Participation (unofficial)Edit

Detailed result lists can be found on the CACAC,[3] the CFPI,[4] the USA Track & Field,[5] and the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[6] An unofficial count yields the number of about 352 athletes from about 31 countries: Antigua and Barbuda (7), Argentina (12), Bahamas (6), Barbados (17), Bolivia (1), Brazil (22), British Virgin Islands (2), Canada (46), Cayman Islands (1), Chile (14), Colombia (11), Costa Rica (2), Cuba (6), Dominica (2), Dominican Republic (3), Ecuador (6), El Salvador (3), Grenada (4), Guyana (3), Jamaica (34), Mexico (21), Netherlands Antilles (1), Nicaragua (1), Peru (5), Puerto Rico (11), Saint Lucia (5), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2), Trinidad and Tobago (14), United States (72), U.S. Virgin Islands (1), Venezuela (17).

Medal summaryEdit

Medal winners are published.[7] Complete results can be found on the CACAC,[3] the CFPI[4] on the USA Track & Field[5] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[6]

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Churandy Martina (AHO) 10.33   Kenny O'Neal (USA) 10.42   Tesfa Latty (JAM) 10.47
200 metres   Usain Bolt (JAM) 20.13 WYB, =WJR, CR   David Neville (USA) 20.63   Jorge Sena (BRA) 20.70
400 metres   Ashton Collins (USA) 45.59   Jeremy Wariner (USA) 45.63   Michael Mathieu (BAH) 46.47
800 metres   Thiago Chyaromont (BRA) 1:48.76   Simeon Bovell (TRI) 1:49.54   Michael McGrath (USA) 1:50.16
1500 metres   Maury Surel Castillo (CUB) 3:47.13   Kurt Benninger (CAN) 3:49.08   Mike Woods (CAN) 3:50.93
5000 metres   Galen Rupp (USA) 14:20.29   Arturo Merced (MEX) 14:30.68   Maury Surel Castillo (CUB) 14:38.04
10,000 metres   Brett Gotcher (USA) 30:39.51   Jonathan Castañeda (MEX) 30:40.04   Deivis Sanches (VEN) 30:40.66
3000 metres steeplechase   Cristian Patiño (ECU) 9:05.70   Kevin Davis (USA) 9:06.20   Jean Calzadilla (VEN) 9:06.25
110 metres hurdles
(Wind: +0.0 m/s)
  Kenneth Ferguson (USA) 13.60   Dexter Faulk (USA) 13.82   Jesse King (BAR) 14.46
400 metres hurdles   Kenneth Ferguson (USA) 50.07   Isa Phillips (JAM) 50.95   Javier Culson (PUR) 51.10
High jump   Keith Moffatt (USA) 2.20   Mark Dillon (CAN) 2.15   Michael Morrison (USA) 2.10
Pole vault   Germán Chiaraviglio (ARG) 5.15   João Gabriel Sousa (BRA) 5.00   Jason Wurster (CAN) 4.90
Long jump   Wilfredo Martínez (CUB) 7.70
(+0.2 m/s)
  David Giralt (CUB) 7.63
(+0.0 m/s)
  Ronald Hill (USA) 7.58
(+0.0 m/s)
Triple jump   David Giralt (CUB) 16.93 PB
(−0.5 m/s)
  Ayata Joseph (ATG) 16.29
(+0.1 m/s)
  Leonardo dos Santos (BRA) 15.66
(+0.1 m/s)
Shot put   Garrett Johnson (USA) 19.95   Noah Bryant (USA) 19.40   Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 19.24
Discus throw   Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 58.76   Adam Kuehl (USA) 55.41   Jim Steacy (CAN) 55.26
Hammer throw   Jim Steacy (CAN) 70.70   Nick Owens (USA) 65.13   Leandro Benetti (ARG) 64.76
Javelin throw   Júlio César de Oliveira (BRA) 68.42   Justin Ryncavage (USA) 68.30   Thomas Jordan (USA) 63.57
Decathlon   Donavan Kilmartin (USA) 7486 CR   Matías López (ARG) 6635   Freddy Díaz (VEN) 6616
10,000 metres track walk   Francisco Flores (MEX) 46:27.34   Eder Sánchez (MEX) 46:27.41   Carlos Borgoño (CHI) 46:28.70
4 × 100 metres relay   United States
Carlos Moore
Aaron Collins
Ashton Collins
Willie Hordge
39.29 PB   Jamaica
Winston Hutton
Tesfa Latty
Adrian Cephas
Usain Bolt
39.40 PB   Canada

Jamie Adjetey-Nelson
Jonathan Suddaby
Julien Dugal
41.74
4 × 400 metres relay   United States
Elzie Coleman
Jeremy Wariner
Kenneth Fergusson
Ashton Collins
3:02.88 PB   Canada
Nathan Vadeboncoeur
Hank Palmer
David Pedneault
Cameron Sahaduth
3:11.56   Jamaica
Melhard Brown
Kiel Browne
Rohan Phipps
Isa Phillips
3:12.41

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Shalonda Solomon (USA) 11.35   Sherone Simpson (JAM) 11.44   Wanda Hutson (TRI) 11.58
200 metres
(Wind: +0.0 m/s)
  Shalonda Solomon (USA) 22.93 CR   Anneisha McLaughlin (JAM) 23.34   Shana Cox (USA) 23.39
400 metres   Stephanie Smith (USA) 52.52   Angel Perkins (USA) 52.76   Sonita Sutherland (JAM) 53.56
800 metres   Yuneisi Santiusti (CUB) 2:04.78   Kayann Thompson (JAM) 2:05.54   Carlene Robinson (JAM) 2:06.51
1500 metres   Yuneisi Santiusti (CUB) 4:24.56   Chantelle Dron (USA) 4:26.66   Elizabeth Maloy (USA) 4:26.87
3000 metres   Inés Melchor (PER) 9:57.96   Laura Zeigle (USA) 10:04.18   Ángela Figueroa (COL) 10:06.95
5000 metres   Inés Melchor (PER) 16:53.37   Suzanna Larsen (USA) 17:09.20   Amber Sayer (USA) 17:46.34
2000 metres steeplechase (exhibition)   Angela Marvin (USA) 6:37.84   Kelly Siefker (USA) 6:40.87   Ángela Figueroa (COL) 6:51.31
100 metres hurdles   Dawn Harper (USA) 13.42   Alandra Sherman (USA) 13.80   Keisha Brown (JAM) 13.86
400 metres hurdles   Amanda Dias (BRA) 58.09   Josanne Lucas (TRI) 58.43   Mackenzie Hill (USA) 58.61
High jump   Sharon Day (USA) 1.85   Levern Spencer (LCA) 1.83   Chaunté Howard (USA) 1.81
Pole vault   Julene Bailey (USA) 4.05 CR   Kira Costa (USA)
  Karla da Silva (BRA)
4.00
Long jump   Yudelkis Fernández (CUB) 6.46 CR
(−0.4 m/s)
  Yuridia Bustamante (MEX) 6.20
(+0.0 m/s)
  Renee Williams (USA) 6.19
(−0.4 m/s)
Triple jump   Yudelkis Fernández (CUB) 13.89 CR
(+0.0 m/s)
  Alyce Williams (USA) 12.87
(+0.5 m/s)
  Desiree Crichlow (BAR) 12.86
(+0.1 m/s)
Shot put   Michelle Carter (USA) 16.23   Zara Northover (JAM) 14.46   Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 14.26
Discus throw   Amarachi Ukabam (USA) 52.05   Beth Mallory (USA) 50.91   Shernelle Nicholls (BAR) 40.64
Hammer throw   Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 58.61   Beth Mallory (USA) 57.75   Adriana Benaventa (VEN) 56.81
Javelin throw   Erma Gene Evans (LCA) 49.67   Krista Woodward (CAN) 48.90   Dalila Rugama (NCA) 48.61
Heptathlon   Juana Castillo (DOM) 5381   Nadina Marsh (JAM) 5135   Janine Polischuk (CAN) 5101
10,000 metres track walk   Alessandra Picagevicz (BRA) 52:27.57   Josette Sepúlveda (CHI) 53:04.51   Johana Malla (ECU) 53:39.42
4 × 100 metres relay   United States
Ashley Owens
Juanita Broaddus
Alandra Sherman
Shalonda Solomon
44.00   Jamaica
Jodi-Ann Powell
Simone Facey
Anneisha McLaughlin
Sherone Simpson
44.24   Trinidad and Tobago
Kerry Barrow
Wanda Hutson
Monique Cabral
Kelly-Ann Baptiste
45.15
4 × 400 metres relay   United States
Jasmine Lee
Angel Perkins
Natasha Hastings
Stephanie Smith
3:34.08   Jamaica
Camille Robinson
Sonita Sutherland
Maxine Foster
Carlene Robinson
3:41.26   Canada
Alicia Brown
Bailey Lewis
Holly Ratzlaff
Patricia Mayers
3:43.54

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

The medal count has been published.[8][9] It is in agreement with the following unofficial medal count.

  *   Host nation (Barbados)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States20181048
2  Cuba7119
3  Brazil52310
4  Argentina2125
5  Peru2002
6  Jamaica19515
7  Canada14611
8  Mexico1405
9  Saint Lucia1102
10  Ecuador1012
11  Dominican Republic1001
  Netherlands Antilles1001
13  Chile0112
14  Antigua and Barbuda0101
15  Venezuela0044
16  Barbados*0033
17  Bahamas0011
  Colombia0011
  Nicaragua0011
  Puerto Rico0011
Totals (20 nations)434240125

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2003 Pan American Junior Championships in Athletics, USA Track & Field, retrieved 5 August 2011
  2. ^ Bolt equals World junior 200m record, as USA dominates Pan Am Junior Champs, IAAF, 21 July 2003, retrieved 26 October 2011
  3. ^ a b AthleCAC – Results Service – Servicio de Resultados. 2003 Pan American Junior Championships, PACj Bridgetown BAR, 18–20 Jul 2003, AthleCAC – CACAC, retrieved 26 Oct 2011
  4. ^ a b Pan American Junior Championships at the National Stadium in Bridgetown, Barbados, WI, July 18–20, 2003, C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., retrieved 26 October 2011
  5. ^ a b 2003 Pan American Junior Championships in Athletics, Results, USA Track & Field, retrieved 24 October 2011
  6. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on 23 October 2011, retrieved 24 October 2011
  7. ^ "PAN AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS", Athletics Weekly, retrieved 24 October 2011
  8. ^ ROYAL BANK OF CANADA – July 18, 2003 to July 20, 2003, PAN AM JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ATHLETICS 2003, National Stadium, WATERFORD ST. MICHAEL, Medal Count, Combined: Men + Women, C.F.P.I. Timing & Data, Inc., 20 July 2003, retrieved 26 October 2011
  9. ^ 2003 Pan American Junior Championships in Athletics, Medal Counts, Combined Men & Women, USA Track & Field, retrieved 26 October 2011

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