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2005 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships

The 13th Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held in Windsor, Ontario at the University of Windsor Stadium on July 29–31, 2005.[1]

XIII Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
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Host cityWindsor, Canada Canada
Date(s)July 29–31
Main stadiumUniversity of Windsor Stadium
LevelJunior
Participationabout 387 athletes from
35 nations
Events44

Contents

Participation (unofficial)Edit

Detailed result lists can be found on the Athletics Canada,[2] the CACAC,[3] the USA Track & Field,[4] and the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[5] An unofficial count yields the number of about 387 athletes from about 35 countries: Anguilla (1), Antigua and Barbuda (3), Argentina (5), Aruba (1), Bahamas (16), Barbados (6), Bermuda (5), Brazil (29), British Virgin Islands (3), Canada (73), Cayman Islands (4), Chile (6), Colombia (10), Costa Rica (5), Cuba (14), Dominican Republic (2), El Salvador (1), Grenada (2), Guatemala (5), Guyana (1), Haiti (2), Jamaica (43), Mexico (21), Nicaragua (2), Panama (1), Paraguay (2), Peru (6), Puerto Rico (18), Saint Kitts and Nevis (6), Saint Lucia (1), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2), Trinidad and Tobago (17), United States (80), Uruguay (1), Venezuela (3).

Medal summaryEdit

Medal winners are published.[6] Complete results can be found on the Athletics Canada,[2] on the CACAC,[3] on the USA Track & Field[4] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[5]

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(Wind: +0.7 m/s)
  James Samuels (USA) 10.20 =CR   Justyn Warner (CAN) 10.26   Rafael Ribeiro (BRA) 10.33
200 metres
(Wind: +2.5 m/s)
  Otis McDaniel (USA) 20.67w   Tremaine Smith (USA) 20.78w   Daniel Bailey (ATG) 20.80w
400 metres   Justin Oliver (USA) 46.73   Nathaniel Anderson (USA) 46.91   Jason Edwards (JAM) 47.31
800 metres   Gilder Barboza (VEN) 1:50.76   Karjuan Williams (USA) 1:50.97   Jacob DuBois (USA) 1:51.01
1500 metres   Mike Woods (CAN) 3:45.72 CR   Braden Novakowski (CAN) 3:48.92   Mark Matusak (USA) 3:49.81
5000 metres   Daniel Nunn (USA) 14:55.17   Paul Hefferon (USA) 14:56.65   Joilson da Silva (BRA) 14:58.54
10,000 metres   Neal Naughton (USA) 30:12.14   Joshua Perrin (USA) 30:19.53   Joilson da Silva (BRA) 30:21.62
3000 metres steeplechase   José Alberto Sánchez (CUB) 8:43.96 CR   Alex Genest (CAN) 8:47.00   Chris Winter (CAN) 8:58.49
110 metres hurdles
(Wind: −1.6 m/s)
  Dayron Robles (CUB) 13.46 CR   Tyron Akins (USA) 14.00   Dominic Berger (USA) 14.01
400 metres hurdles   Reuben McCoy (USA) 50.28   Greg Offerman (USA) 51.84   Terry Marshall (BAR) 52.12
High jump   Dustin Jonas (USA) 2.21   Darvin Edwards (LCA) 2.15   Guilherme Cobbo (BRA) 2.15
Pole vault   Germán Chiaraviglio (ARG) 5.40   Mitch Greeley (USA) 5.00   José Montaño (MEX) 5.00
Long jump   Robert Rands (USA) 7.60
(−1.1 m/s)
  Jermaine Alphous Jackson (JAM) 7.59
(−1.7 m/s)
  Oluseyi Smith (CAN) 7.27
(−0.4 m/s)
Triple jump   Denis Fernández (CUB) 16.80w
(2.1 m/s)
  Kenneth Hall (USA) 16.55
(1.6 m/s)
  Maxwell Álvarez (GUA) 15.50
(1.9 m/s)
Shot put   Ryan Whiting (USA) 19.75   Nathan Englin (USA) 19.61   Kyle Helf (CAN) 18.21
Discus throw   Ryan Whiting (USA) 61.40 CR   Jorge Fernández (CUB) 57.87   Edward Cornell (USA) 55.04
Hammer throw   Boldizsár Kocsor (USA) 68.15   Roberto Janet (CUB) 66.76   John Freeman (USA) 64.58
Javelin throw   Júlio César de Oliveira (BRA) 72.35   Corey White (USA) 69.76   Víctor Fatecha (PAR) 67.00
Decathlon   Andrés Silva (URU) 7641 CR   Yunior Díaz (CUB) 7290   Michael Bingham (USA) 7049
10,000 metres track walk   Marco Antonio Rodríguez (ESA) 44:49.62   Pierre-Luc Ménard (CAN) 45:09.50   Noel Santini (PUR) 45:32.16
4 × 100 metres relay   United States
Wopamo Osaisai
Otis McDaniel
Tremaine Smith
James Samuels
39.36   Canada
Adam Newton
Oluseyi Smith
Gavin Smellie
Justyn Warner
40.25   Jamaica
Cawayne Jervis
Dwight Mullings
Rascive Grant
Omar Brown
40.27
4 × 400 metres relay   United States
Lionel Larry
Terrance Reid
Nate Anderson
Justin Oliver
3:05.34   Jamaica
Michael Gardener
Leford Green
Kerone Robinson
Jason Edwards
3:08.64   Canada
Gavin Smellie
Aaron White
Brian Cummings
Bryan Barnett
3:09.50

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(Wind: −1.8 m/s)
  Cleo Tyson (USA) 11.52   Schillonie Calvert (JAM) 11.80   Darlenis Obregón (COL) 11.82
200 metres
(Wind: +2.0 m/s)
  Anneisha McLaughlin (JAM) 23.00   Alexandria Anderson (USA) 23.06   Brittany Jones (USA) 23.23
400 metres   Natasha Hastings (USA) 52.15   Carline Muir (CAN) 52.38   Sonita Sutherland (JAM) 52.68
800 metres   Rebekah Noble (USA) 2:04.07   Heidi Magill (USA) 2:04.12   Analia Videaux (CUB) 2:06.49
1500 metres   Sarah Bowman (USA) 4:17.61   Erin Bedell (USA) 4:22.87   Liudmila Florentín (CUB) 4:26.94
3000 metres   Alyson Kohlmeier (CAN) 9:25.09   Inés Melchor (PER) 9:36.24   Mandy McBean (CAN) 9:42.75
5000 metres   Inés Melchor (PER) 16:48.06   Nicole Blood (USA) 16:55.17   Whitney Anderson (USA) 17:04.22
3000 metres steeplechase   Sabine Heitling (BRA) 10:04.71   Marie Lawrence (USA) 10:27.44   Lindsay Allen (USA) 10:28.49
100 metres hurdles
(Wind: +2.1 m/s)
  Latoya Greaves (JAM) 13.38w   Natasha Ruddock (JAM) 13.42w   Geneviève Thibault (CAN) 13.50w
400 metres hurdles   Nickiesha Wilson (JAM) 57.40   Krystal Cantey (USA) 59.26   Corri-Ann Campbell-Fell (CAN) 60.64
High jump   Rhonda Watkins (TRI) 1.79   Latroya Darrell (BER)
  Chealsea Taylor (USA)
1.79
Pole vault   Keisa Monterola (VEN) 4.10 CR   Rachel Greff (USA) 3.95   Leah Vause (CAN) 3.85
Long jump   Arantxa King (BER) 6.21
(−0.7 m/s)
  Gayle Hunter (USA) 6.15
(+1.5 m/s)
  Rhonda Watkins (TRI) 6.05
(+0.9 m/s)
Triple jump   Yanelis Veranes (CUB) 13.54
(+1.7 m/s)
  Tânia Ferreira da Silva (BRA) 13.38w
(+2.2 m/s)
  Verónica Davis (VEN) 13.30w
(+2.5 m/s)
Shot put   Sarah Stevens (USA) 16.10   Melissa Faubus (USA) 15.35   Rocío Comba (ARG) 14.41
Discus throw   Lisandra Rodríguez (CUB) 49.86   Shanna Dickenson (USA) 49.68   Yuneimis Soria (CUB) 49.51
Hammer throw   Arasay Tondike (CUB) 64.80 CR   Brittany Riley (USA) 59.72   Marie-Eve Boiselle (CAN) 57.70
Javelin throw   Rachel Yurkovich (USA) 52.58 CR   Kara Patterson (USA) 50.26   Tracy Morrison (BAH) 47.03
Heptathlon   Lauren Stewart (USA) 5333   Shevell Quinley (USA) 5266   Jailma de Lima (BRA) 5025
10,000 metres track walk   Jamy Franco (GUA) 49:36.25CR   Leisy Rodríguez (CUB) 49:41.68   Maria Michta (USA) 49:43.85
4 × 100 metres relay   United States
Amberly Nesbitt
Alexandria Anderson
Kristina Davis
Cleo Tyson
43.97   Trinidad and Tobago
Cadajah Spencer
Sade St. Louis
Jurnelle Francis
Monique Cabral
45.45   Brazil
Tatiane Ferraz
Bárbara Leôncio
Vanda Gomes
Josiane Valentim
45.75
4 × 400 metres relay   United States
Nicole Leach
Deonna Lawrence
Brittany Jones
Natasha Hastings
3:32.82   Jamaica
Anastasia Le-Roy
Sonita Sutherland
Bobby-Gaye Wilkins
Sherene Pinnock
3:36.99   Canada
Bailey Lewis
Corri-Ann Campbell-Fell
Omoye Ugiagbe
Carline Muir
3:41.29

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

The medal count has been published.[7] It is in agreement with the following unofficial medal count.


  *   Host nation (Canada)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States22251057
2  Cuba64313
3  Jamaica35311
4  Canada*261018
5  Brazil2169
6  Venezuela2013
7  Bermuda1102
  Peru1102
9  Argentina1012
  Guatemala1012
11  El Salvador1001
  Uruguay1001
13  Saint Lucia0101
14  Bahamas0011
  Barbados0011
  Colombia0011
  Mexico0011
  Netherlands Antilles0011
  Paraguay0011
  Puerto Rico0011
Totals (20 nations)434442129

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bower, John (1 August 2005), Successful Pan Am Juniors come to a close, IAAF, retrieved October 26, 2011
  2. ^ a b Pan American Junior Athletics Championships – 7/29/2005 to 7/31/2005, Windsor, Canada, Results (PDF), Athletics Canada, archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-05-23, retrieved Oct 26, 2011
  3. ^ a b AthleCAC – Results Service – Servicio de Resultados. 2005 Pan American Junior Championships, PANAM-j Windsor CAN, 29-31 Jul 2005, AthleCAC – CACAC, retrieved Oct 26, 2011
  4. ^ a b 2005 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships, Results, USA Track & Field, retrieved October 26, 2011
  5. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved October 24, 2011
  6. ^ "PAN AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS", Athletics Weekly, retrieved October 24, 2011
  7. ^ AthleCAC – Results Service – Servicio de Resultados. 2005 Pan American Junior Championships (Windsor, CAN), AthleCAC – CACAC, retrieved Oct 26, 2011

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