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Athletics at the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games

The Athletics competition at the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games was held in Veracruz, Mexico.

Athletics at the XXII CAC Games
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Host cityVeracruz, Mexico Mexico
Date(s)November 23–30
Main stadiumHeriberto Jara Corona Stadium
Participation417 athletes from
31 nations
Events47

The tournament was held from 23–30 November at the Heriberto Jara Corona Stadium. Detailed reports and an appraisal of the results were given.[1][2]

Contents

Medal summaryEdit

For full event details see Athletics at the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games – Results

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(w: +0.9m/s)
Rolando Palacios
  Honduras
10.27 Levi Cadogan
  Barbados
10.27 Yaniel Carrero
  Cuba
10.28
200 m
(w: -1.8m/s)
Roberto Skyers
  Cuba
20.47 Reynier Mena
  Cuba
20.54 José Carlos Herrera
  Mexico
20.63
400 m Raidel Acea
  Cuba
45.36 Yoandys Lescay
  Cuba
45.56 Alberth Bravo
  Venezuela
45.82
800 m Andy González
  Cuba
1:45.73 Rafith Rodríguez
  Colombia
1:45.74 Wesley Vázquez
  Puerto Rico
1:46.05
1500 m Andy González
  Cuba
3:45.52 Pablo Solares
  Mexico
3:45.62 Christopher Sandoval
  Mexico
3:47.55
5000 m Juan Luis Barrios
  Mexico
14:15.98 Iván Darío González
  Colombia
14:25.16 Mario Pacay
  Guatemala
14:27.34
10,000 m Juan Luis Barrios
  Mexico
29:13.63 Juan Carlos Romero
  Mexico
29:28.32 Iván Darío González
  Colombia
29:41.31
110 m hurdles
(w: +0.7m/s)
Yordan Luis O'Farrill
  Cuba
13.46 Jhoanis Portilla
  Cuba
13.53 Greggmar Swift
  Barbados
13.59
400 m hurdles Omar Cisneros
  Cuba
49.56 Eric Alejandro
  Puerto Rico
50.05 Leslie Murray
  U.S. Virgin Islands
50.21
3000 m steeplechase Marvin Blanco
  Venezuela
8:43.76 José Peña
  Venezuela
8:45.04 Luis Enrique Ibarra
  Mexico
8:48.42
4 X 100 m relay   Cuba
César Yadiel Ruiz
Reynier Mena
Yadier Luis
Yaniel Carrero
38.94   Dominican Republic
Gustavo Cuesta
Yoandry Andújar
Stanly del Carmen
Yancarlos Martínez
39.01   Venezuela
Alberto Aguilar
Dubeiker Cedeño
Álvaro Cassiani
Arturo Ramírez
39.22
4 X 400 m relay   Cuba
William Collazo
Raidel Acea
Osmaidel Pellicier
Yoandys Lescay
3:00.70 GR   Venezuela
Alberto Aguilar
Alberth Bravo
José Meléndez
Freddy Mezones
3:01.80   Colombia
Bernardo Baloyes
Carlos Andrés Lemos
Diego Palomeque
Rafith Rodríguez
3:02.52
Marathon Richer Pérez
  Cuba
2:19:13 José Amado García
  Guatemala
2:19:45 Daniel de Jesús Vargas
  Mexico
2:20:27
20 km walk[3] Horacio Nava
  Mexico
1:25:05 Eider Arévalo
  Colombia
1:26:03 José Leonardo Montaña
  Colombia
1:27:30
50 km walk Erick Bernabé Barrondo
  Guatemala
3:49:40 GR Omar Zepeda
  Mexico
3:52:45 Cristián David Berdeja
  Mexico
3:53:39
High jump Sergio Mestre
  Cuba
2.26 m Eure Yánez
  Venezuela
2.24 m Ryan Ingraham
  Bahamas
2.24 m
Pole vault Lázaro Borges
  Cuba
5.30 m Yankier Lara
  Cuba
5.10 m Raúl Alejandro Ríos
  Mexico
5.00 m
Long jump David Registe
  Dominica
7.79 m (w: -0.2m/s) Muhammad Taqi Abdul-Halim
  U.S. Virgin Islands
7.75 m (w: -0.6m/s) Yunior Díaz
  Cuba
7.66 m (w: -0.9m/s)
Triple jump Ernesto Revé
  Cuba
16.94 m (w: -0.1m/s) Lázaro Martínez
  Cuba
16.91 m (w: -0.6m/s) Yordanys Durañona
  Dominica
16.67 m (w: -0.4m/s)
Shot put Mario Cota
  Mexico
19.30 m Stephen Sáenz
  Mexico
19.27 m Raymond Brown
  Jamaica
18.30 m
Discus Jorge Yedián Fernández
  Cuba
63.17 m Mauricio Ortega
  Colombia
60.69 m Mario Cota
  Mexico
58.21 m
Hammer Roberto Janet
  Cuba
74.11 m Reinier Mejías
  Cuba
71.81 m Roberto Sawyers
  Costa Rica
70.66 m
Javelin Guillermo Martínez
  Cuba
79.27 m Juan José Méndez
  Mexico
76.80 m Osmany Laffita
  Cuba
76.28 m
Decathlon Yordanis García
  Cuba
7854 pts José Ángel Mendieta
  Cuba
7517 pts Roman Garibay
  Mexico
7243 pts

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m
(w: +1.5m/s)
Andrea Purica
  Venezuela
11.29 Nediam Vargas
  Venezuela
11.43 LaVerne Jones
  U.S. Virgin Islands
11.54
200 m
(w: -1.8m/s)
Nercely Soto
  Venezuela
23.14 María Alejandra Idrobo
  Colombia
23.52 Allison Peter
  U.S. Virgin Islands
23.54
400 m Lisneidys Inés Veitía
  Cuba
51.72 Daisiuramis Bonne
  Cuba
52.49 Yenifer Padilla
  Colombia
52.95
800 m Rose Mary Almanza
  Cuba
2:00.79 Cristina Guevara
  Mexico
2:01.68 Gabriela Medina
  Mexico
2:02.36
1500 m Muriel Coneo
  Colombia
4:14.84 GR Cristina Guevara
  Mexico
4:16.51 Adriana Muñoz
  Cuba
4:20.50
5000 m Brenda Flores
  Mexico
16:02.64 GR Sandra López
  Mexico
16:13.23 Yudileyvis Castillo
  Cuba
16:16.21
10,000 m Brenda Flores
  Mexico
35:54.44 Kathya García
  Mexico
36:23.32 Yudileyvis Castillo
  Cuba
36:29.04
100 m hurdles
(w: -0.8m/s)
Lina Marcela Flórez
  Colombia
13.19 Briggite Merlano
  Colombia
13.19 Kierre Beckles
  Barbados
13.47
400 m hurdles Zudikey Rodríguez
  Mexico
56.79 Magdalena Mendoza
  Venezuela
57.67 Zurian Hechavarria
  Cuba
57.74
3000 m steeplechase Ángela Figueroa
  Colombia
10:05.25 Muriel Coneo
  Colombia
10:07.94 Beverly Ramos
  Puerto Rico
10:08.39
4 X 100 m relay   Venezuela
Nediam Vargas
Andrea Purica
Nelsibeth Villalobos
Nercely Soto
43.53   Colombia
Lina Marcela Flórez
María Alejandra Idrobo
Darlenis Obregón
Eliecith Palacios
44.02   Cuba
Geylis Montes
Arialis Gandulla
Greter Guillén
Dulaimi Debora Odelin
44.19
4 X 400 m relay   Cuba
Lisneidys Inés Veitía
Gilda Isbely Casanova
Yameisi Borlot
Daisiuramis Bonne
3:29.69   Mexico
Natali Brito
Gabriela Medina
Mariel Espinosa
Zudikey Rodríguez
3:33.16   Colombia
Norma González
Zulley Melissa Torres
Yenifer Padilla
Evelis Jazmin Aguilar
3:34.14
Marathon Margarita Hernández
  Mexico
2:41:16 GR Dailín Belmonte
  Cuba
2:42:01 Zuleima Amaya
  Venezuela
2:42:27
20 km walk[4] Mirna Ortiz
  Guatemala
1:35:43 GR Sandra Arenas
  Colombia
1:36:29 Ingrid Hernández
  Colombia
1:37:11
High jump Levern Spencer
  Saint Lucia
1.89 m Priscilla Frederick
  Antigua and Barbuda
1.83 m Kashany Ríos
  Panama
1.80 m
Pole vault Yarisley Silva
  Cuba
4.60 m GR Diamara Planell
  Puerto Rico
4.15 m Robeilys Peinado
  Venezuela
4.15 m
Long jump Chantel Malone
  British Virgin Islands
6.46 m (w: -0.3m/s) Irisdaymi Herrera
  Cuba
6.36 m (w: +0.9m/s) Zoila Flores
  Mexico
6.26 m (w: +1.0m/s)
Triple jump Caterine Ibargüen
  Colombia
14.57 m (w: -0.4m/s) GR Dailenys Alcántara
  Cuba
14.09 m (w: -0.3m/s) Yosiri Urrutia
  Colombia
13.89 m (w: +0.3m/s)
Shot put Cleopatra Borel
  Trinidad and Tobago
18.99 m Yaniuvis López
  Cuba
17.88 m Sandra Lemos
  Colombia
17.50 m
Discus Denia Caballero
  Cuba
64.47 m GR Yaime Pérez
  Cuba
62.42 m Johana Martínez
  Colombia
56.27 m
Hammer Yipsi Moreno
  Cuba
71.35 m GR Yurisleydi Ford
  Cuba
69.62 m Eli Johana Moreno
  Colombia
67.77 m
Javelin Flor Denis Ruíz
  Colombia
63.80 m GR Abigail Gómez
  Mexico
57.28 Coralys Ortiz
  Puerto Rico
54.53
Heptathlon Yorgelis Rodríguez
  Cuba
5984 pts GR Yusleidys Mendieta
  Cuba
5819 pts Alysbeth Felix
  Puerto Rico
5721 pts

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Mexico)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Cuba2315846
2  Mexico*8111029
3  Colombia591024
4  Venezuela45413
5  Guatemala2114
6  Dominica1012
7  British Virgin Islands1001
  Honduras1001
  Saint Lucia1001
  Trinidad and Tobago1001
11  Puerto Rico0246
12  U.S. Virgin Islands0134
13  Barbados0123
14  Antigua and Barbuda0101
  Dominican Republic0101
16  Bahamas0011
  Costa Rica0011
  Jamaica0011
  Panama0011
Totals (19 nations)474747141

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 417 athletes from 31 countries participated in the event.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Clavelo Robinson, Javier (27 November 2014), Moreno bids farewell on top, Silva over 4.60m at Central American and Caribbean Games, IAAF, retrieved 29 November 2014
  2. ^ Clavelo Robinson, Javier (30 November 2014), Ibarguen leaps 14.57m as Cuba dominates athletics at Central American and Caribbean Games, IAAF, retrieved 1 December 2014
  3. ^ Men’s 20km race walk results
  4. ^ Women’s 20km race walk results

External linksEdit