2006 NACAC Combined Events Championships

The 2006 NACAC Combined Events Championships were held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the Estadio Sixto Escobar on August 25–26, 2006. A detailed report on the event and an appraisal of the results was given.[1]

2006 NACAC Combined Events Championships
OrganisersNACAC
Edition2nd
DateAugust 25–26
Host citySan Juan, Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
VenueEstadio Sixto Escobar
Participation15 athletes from
6 nations

Complete results were published.[2][3][4][5]

MedallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Decathlon Ryan Harlan
  United States
7966 Paul Terek
  United States
7884 Chris Boyles
  United States
7703
Women's Heptathlon Virginia Johnson
  United States
5991 Hyleas Fountain
  United States
5956 Fiona Asigbee
  United States
5779

ResultsEdit

Men's DecathlonEdit

Key
  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Athlete Overall points 100 m LJ SP HJ 400 m 110 m H DT PV JT 1500 m
  Ryan Harlan
  United States
7966 874
10.94 s
w:+2.9
748
6.72 m
w:+2.9
852
16.02 m
896
2.10 m
790
50.54 s
953
14.17 s
w:+1.1
720
42.74 m
849
4.80 m
732
59.64 m
552
5:01.37 min
  Paul Terek
  United States
7884 858
11.01 s
w:+2.9
809
6.98 m
w:+3.1
778
14.81 m
785
1.98 m
853
49.18 s
803
15.39 s
w:+1.1
794
46.30 m
880
4.90 m
643
53.67 m
681
4:39.95 min
  Chris Boyles
  United States
7703 799
11.28 s
w:+2.9
783
6.87 m
w:+3.2
763
14.57 m
868
2.07 m
757
51.26 s
863
14.89 s
w:+1.1
748
44.06 m
790
4.60 m
750
60.84 m
582
4:56.18 min
4 Massimo Bertocchi
  Canada
7147 847
11.06 s
w:+2.9
795
6.92 m
w:+3.6
622
12.25 m
731
1.92 m
769
51.00 s
896
14.62 s
w:+1.1
625
38.05 m
790
4.60 m
520
45.31 m
552
5:01.26 min
5 Andrés Horacio Mantilla
  Colombia
6891 791
11.32 s
w:+2.9
632
6.21 m
w:+3.3
641
12.57 m
731
1.92 m
729
51.91 s
860
14.91 s
w:+1.1
701
41.80 m
562
3.80 m
589
50.01 m
655
4:44.09 min
6 James Holder
  Canada
6807 786
11.34 s
w:+2.9
718
6.59 m
w:+3.4
620
12.23 m
653
1.83 m
763
51.14 s
842
15.06 s
w:+1.1
599
36.77 m
617
4.00 m
537
46.52 m
672
4:41.29 min

Women's HeptathlonEdit

Key
  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Athlete Overall points 100 m H HJ SP 200 m LJ JT 800 m
  Virginia Johnson
  United States
5991
CR
1100
13.16 s
w:+3.4
818
1.67 m
716
12.83 m
989
23.91 s
w:+1.7
880
6.10 m
w:+1.3
640
38.56 m
848
2:18.24 min
  Hyleas Fountain
  United States
5956 1055
13.47 s
w:+3.4
966
1.79 m
631
11.54 m
945
24.37 s
w:+1.7
985
6.43 m
w:+1.2
648
39.00 m
726
2:27.39 min
  Fiona Asigbee
  United States
5779 1041
13.56 s
w:+3.4
928
1.76 m
727
13.00 m
887
25.00 s
w:+1.7
810
5.87 m
w:+1.6
575
35.15 m
811
2:20.89 min
4 Juana Castillo
  Dominican Republic
5581 921
14.41 s
w:+3.4
818
1.67 m
713
12.78 m
849
25.42 s
w:+1.7
753
5.68 m
w:+3.0
693
41.36 m
834
2:19.24 min
5 Susan Coltman
  Canada
5289 888
14.65 s
w:+3.1
855
1.70 m
651
11.85 m
824
25.69 s
w:+1.7
735
5.62 m
w:+1.5
567
34.75 m
769
2:24.04 min
6 Flor María Robledo
  Colombia
4815 799
15.33 s
w:+3.1
644
1.52 m
553
10.36 m
792
26.06 s
w:+2.3
573
5.05 m
w:+2.6
685
40.93 m
769
2:24.09 min
7 Yalitza Rivera
  Puerto Rico
4716 894
14.61 s
w:+3.4
747
1.61 m
577
10.72 m
794
26.04 s
w:+2.3
527
4.88 m
w:+2.8
492
30.82 m
685
2:30.59 min
8 Trish Palmer
  Canada
4291 779
15.48 s
w:+3.1
577
1.46 m
608
11.20 m
796
26.01 s
w:+2.3
0
NM
753
44.46 m
778
2:23.40 min
9 Mariana Abuela
  Mexico
3989 685
16.24 s
w:+3.1
610
1.49 m
475
9.17 m
625
28.08 s
w:+2.3
441
4.55 m
w:+1.5
524
32.51 m
629
2:35.25 min

ParticipationEdit

An unofficial count yields the participation of 15 athletes from 6 countries.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Johnson and Harlan win NACAC combined events titles, IAAF, 27 August 2006, retrieved September 14, 2013
  2. ^ NACAC Combined Events Championships - San Juan - 25 Aug 2006 - 26 Aug 2006 (PDF), Athletics Canada, archived from the original (PDF) on 23 May 2012, retrieved 14 September 2013
  3. ^ II NACAC Combined Events Championships - 2006 - NACAC-CE San Juan PUR - 25-26 Aug 2006, CACAC, retrieved September 14, 2013
  4. ^ Central American and Caribbean Games > NACAC Combined Events Championships > Decathlon - men, IAAF, retrieved September 14, 2013
  5. ^ Central American and Caribbean Games > NACAC Combined Events Championships > Heptathlon - women, IAAF, retrieved September 14, 2013