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List of Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in athletics records

The Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation (CACAC).[1] It is divided into two categories: “Infantile A” (age group 13-14 years) and “Infantile B” (age group 11-12 years),[2] and is held since 1985.[3] Records are set by athletes who are representing one of the Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation (CACAC) member states. The following list of records is assembled from the official results list[4] from the 2011 championships, where a total of 15 new records were established.[5]

Infantile A (under 15)

Boys' U-15 records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet
80 metres 9.09 Mario Burke  Barbados 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
1200 metres 3:22.11 Jerrad Mason  Barbados 19 June 2009 2009 Nassau
80 metres hurdles 11.44 (-0.5 m/s) Ramarco Thompson  Barbados 2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
11.44 (-0.7 m/s) Mario Burke  Barbados
High jump 1.88m Ramarco Thompson  Barbados 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Long jump 6.56m Bruce Degrilla  Bermuda 18 June 2011 2009 Nassau
Shot put 15.26m Guillaume Paquet / Guadeloupe 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Baseball throw 86.36m Anderson Peters  Grenada 2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Heptathlon 5339pts Jerrad Mason  Barbados 18/19 June 2011 2009 Nassau
9.40 (80 m), 13.49m (shot put), 1.60m (high jump) / 11.80 (80 m hurdles), 73.35m (baseball throw), 5.95m (long jump), 3:22.11 (1200 m)

Girls' U-15 records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet
80 metres 10.16 (-0.1 m/s) Laure-Anne Jabin / Guadeloupe 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
1000 metres 3:09.84 Génesis Cintron  Puerto Rico 19 June 2011 2009 Nassau
60 metres hurdles 9.55 Yanis David / Guadeloupe 2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
High jump 1.61m Ayana Glasgow  Trinidad and Tobago 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Long jump 5.39m Iman Berthelot / Guadeloupe 4 August 2013 2013 Willemstad
Shot put 10.91m Tanice Watson  Barbados 18 June 2009 2009 Nassau
Baseball throw 57.03m Shikkira Charles  Grenada 2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Heptathlon 4221pts Chelsey Linton  Dominica 18/19 June 2011 2009 Nassau
10.53 (80 m), 1.55m (high jump), 10.87m (shot put) / 9.82 (60 m hurdles), 4.85m (long jump), 46.25m (baseball throw), 3:18.14 (1000 m)

Mixed U-15 records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet
4x100 metres relay 47.26 Desiree Joseph
Jerrad Mason
Dario Scantlebury
Tanice Watson
 Barbados June 2009 2009 Nassau


Infantile B (under 13)

Boys' U-13 records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet
60 metres 7.80 Mario Burke  Barbados 18 June 2009 2009 Nassau
1000 metres 2:54.04 Juan Nunez  Dominican Republic 19 June 2009 2009 Nassau
High jump 1.65m Ramarco Thompson  Barbados 18 June 2009 2009 Nassau
Long jump 5.05m Mario Burke  Barbados 19 June 2009 2009 Nassau
Baseball throw 77.48m Juan Nunez  Dominican Republic 18 June 2009 2009 Nassau
Pentathlon 3331pts Ramarco Thompson  Barbados 18/19 June 2009 2009 Nassau
7.97 (60 m), 61.28m (baseball throw), 4.88m (long jump) / 1.65m (high jump), 3:14.55 (1000 m)

Girls' U-13 records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet
60 metres 8.23 Blayre Catalyn  Bahamas 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
800 metres 2:27.73 Jomarie Carmona Colon  Puerto Rico 2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
High jump 1.52m Naomi Gestel / Martinique 2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Long jump 4.87m (-1.0 m/s) Jomarie Carmona Colon  Puerto Rico 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Baseball throw 49.56m Daneliz Thomas  Cayman Islands 1 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
Pentathlon 2919pts w Tiana Bowen  Barbados 1/2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
8.26 (2.7 m/s) (60 m), 4.74m (-1.5 m/s) (long jump), 31.33m (baseball throw) / 1.49m (high jump), 2:28.01 (800 m)
2833pts Jomarie Carmona Colon  Puerto Rico 1/2 July 2011 2011 Road Town, Tortola
8.43 (-2.4 m/s) (60 m), 4.87m (-1.0 m/s) (long jump), 38.45m (baseball throw) / 1.30m (high jump), 2:27.73 (800 m)

w = wind assisted mark


Mixed U-13 records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet
4x100 metres relay 49.38 Jalisa Burrowes
Ramarco Thompson
Mario Burke
Evelyn Tristan
 Barbados June 2009 2009 Nassau


  • Note: The records of the combined and the mixed relay events are not confirmed by the cited source.[4]

See also


References

  1. ^ Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation (December 2010), CACAC Constitution - Competition Rules (UpdDEC2010), retrieved July 22, 2011 
  2. ^ CACAC (March 17, 2009), CAC COMBINED TABLES AGE GROUP, PENTATHLON – HEPTATHLON, retrieved July 26, 2011 
  3. ^ thebahamasweekly.com (June 6, 2011), Bahamas - Athletes Attempt to Qualify for CAC Age Group and World Youth Teams This Weekend, retrieved July 22, 2011 
  4. ^ a b CACAC Athletics (July 3, 2011), XIV CAC AGE GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS - 7/1/2011 to 7/2/2011, ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, Results, retrieved July 24, 2011 
  5. ^ BVI Athletics Association (July 4, 2011), Barbados 3-peats as 15 records fall in CAC Age Group Championships, IAAF, retrieved July 24, 2011 

External links

  • Official CACAC Athletics Webpage
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