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Central American Championships in Athletics

 

Central American Championships in Athletics

The Central American Championships in Athletics (Campeonatos Centroamericanos Mayores) is an Confederación Atlética del Istmo Centroamericano CADICA (Central American Isthmus Athletic Confederation) open for athletes from member associations.

Team ranking

There is an overall winner in the team ranking based on points awarded for the athlete's placings. Moreover, there are winners in team ranking in the men's and women's categories. The point system changed over the years. In the early years, points were awarded for athletes on the first 6 places (6 points for the 1st place, 5 points for the 2nd place, ..., 1 point for the 6th place).[1] Starting in the mid 70ths, points were awarded for athletes on the first 8 places (9 points for the 1st place, 7 points for the 2nd place, ..., 1 point for the 8th place).[2] From 2009 on, points were only awarded for athletes on the first 4 places (5 points for the 1st place, 3 points for the 2nd place, 2 points for the 3rd place, and 1 point for the 4th place).[3]

Editions

The following list was compiled from the CADICA website,[4][5] and from a variety of articles from the archive of Costa Rican newspaper La Nación,[6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18] and Guatemalan newspaper Prensa Libre.[19]

Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Events
Winner
Team Ranking
1st 1958 Guatemala City  Guatemala
2nd 1965 San Salvador  El Salvador
3rd 1967 Guatemala City  Guatemala April 7-9 Estadio Mateo Flores
4th 1968 Managua  Nicaragua March 15-18 Estadio Somoza
5th 1970 Guatemala City  Guatemala December 4-6 Estadio Mateo Flores
6th 1971 San José  Costa Rica November 19-21 Pista Eduardo Garnier  Costa Rica
7th 1972 Panama City  Panama November 24-26 Estadio Revolución  Panama
8th 1975 San José  Costa Rica November 26-29 Estadio Nacional 36  Costa Rica
9th 1980
10th 1984
11th 1991 Tegucigalpa  Honduras June
12th 1996
13th 1998 Guatemala City  Guatemala November 27-28 Estadio Mateo Flores
14th 2002 San José  Costa Rica October 12-13 Estadio Nacional 38  Costa Rica
15th 2003 Guatemala City  Guatemala June 20-21 Estadio Cementos Progreso 41  Guatemala
16th 2004 Managua  Nicaragua September 25-26 Estadio de Atletismo del Instituto Nicaragüense de Deportes 42  Costa Rica
17th 2005 San José  Costa Rica June 3-4 Estadio Nacional 44  Costa Rica
18th 2007 San José  Costa Rica June 8-9 Estadio Nacional 44  Costa Rica
19th 2008 San Pedro Sula  Honduras June 27-28 Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano 43  Guatemala
20th 2009 Guatemala City  Guatemala June 12-13 Estadio Cementos Progreso 40  Guatemala
21st 2010 Guatemala City  Guatemala September 17-18 Estadio Mateo Flores 40  Guatemala
22nd 2011 San José  Costa Rica June 24-26 Estadio Nacional 43  Costa Rica
23rd 2012 Managua  Nicaragua June 15-17 Estadio de Atletismo del Instituto Nicaragüense de Deportes 44  Costa Rica
24th 2013 Managua  Nicaragua June 21-23 Estadio de Atletismo del Instituto Nicaragüense de Deportes 43  Costa Rica
25th 2014 Tegucigalpa  Honduras June 20-22 Estadio Olímpico Palacio de los Deportes UNAH 44  Guatemala
26th 2015

See also

References

  1. ^ Comenzó Campeonato Centroamericano de Atletismo (in Spanish),  
  2. ^ XIX CAMPEONATO CENTROAMERICANO MAYOR DE ATLETISMO - 27/06/2008 to 28/06/2008 - San Pedro Sula - Honduras - Resultados (in Spanish),  
  3. ^ XXI CAMPEONATO CENTROAMERICANO DE ATLETISMO MAYOR - Estadio Nacional Mateo Flores - GUA - 17/09/2010 to 18/09/2010 - Resultados (in Spanish),  
  4. ^ Centroamericanos de Mayores (in Spanish),  
  5. ^ Atletismo - XVII Campeonato Centroamericano Mayor - Estadio Nacional - San José - Costa Rica - 3 y 4 de Junio, 2005 - Centroamericanos de Mayores (in Spanish),  
  6. ^ Mayra Soto, medalla de oro ayer en Guatemala (in Spanish),  
  7. ^ Naranjo, Fernando (April 10, 1967), Suplemento Deportivo - Mayra Soto Hernández es la nueva campeona centoamericana en el lanzamiento de la jabalina (in Spanish),  
  8. ^ Costa Rica: 2 medallas, 11 puntos y un nuevo record ayer en el Centroamericano (in Spanish),  
  9. ^ Costa Rica a un punto de ganar el Campeonato Centroamericano de Atletismo en la rama feminina; ha conquistado 22 medallas (in Spanish),  
  10. ^ DELEGACION ATLETICA SALE PARA GUATEMALA EL MIERCOLES (in Spanish),  
  11. ^ Gráficas del Centroamericano (in Spanish),  
  12. ^ Lujosa inauguración del VI Centroamericano de Atletismo (in Spanish),  
  13. ^ DOS MEDALLAS DE ORO Y DOS DE BRONCE PARA COSTA RICA EN ATLETISMO (in Spanish),  
  14. ^ CINCO MEDALLAS GANO COSTA RICA EN CENTROAMERICANO DE ATLETISMO (in Spanish),  
  15. ^ Costa Rica puntero del centroamericano de atletismo (in Spanish),  
  16. ^ Quesada Campos, Eliseo (July 8, 1991), Jalapa, última esperanza - Zoila a una centésima de los Panamericanos (in Spanish),  
  17. ^ García, Herbert (November 27, 1998), Cinco oros ticos (in Spanish),  
  18. ^ Zumbado A., Sandra (October 12, 2002), Centroamericano de Atletismo - La carrera por el oro • Costa Rica acelera el paso en masculino; chapinas adelante (in Spanish),  
  19. ^ López R., Fernando (June 20, 2003), Hoy inicia el Centroamericano de atletismo - Torneo: Atletas tendrán otra opción para hacer marcas - Atletismo en la rama feminina; ha conquistado 22 medallas (in Spanish),  

External links

  • CADICA website (in Spanish)
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