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List of NACAC Under-23 Championships in athletics records

The NACAC Under-23 Championships in Athletics is an athletics event for athletes compete under the age of 23 years (until 2002 under 25 years) which began in 2000. Records are set by athletes representing one of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association's member states.

The following list is assembled from the following sources.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]


Men's records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Ref
100 m 10.06 (+1.7 m/s) Sam Effah  Canada 9 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
10.06 (+0.9 m/s) A Jason Rogers  Saint Kitts and Nevis 6 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
200 m 19.99 (+2.0 m/s) Curtis Mitchell  United States 9 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
400 m 44.75 A LeJerald Betters  United States 21 July 2008 2008 Toluca [4]
800 m 1:45.65 Charles Jock  United States 11 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
1500 m 3:44.45 Olivier Collin  Canada 9 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
5000 m 14:11.48 Alejandro Suárez  Mexico 5 August 2000 2000 Monterrey* [1]
14:32.90 Diego Alberto Borrego  Mexico 11 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
10000 m 30:16.03 John Moore  United States 8 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
110 m hurdles 13.31 (+1.8 m/s) A Shane Brathwaite  Barbados 7 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
400 m hurdles 48.80 Kenneth Ferguson  United States 8 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
3000 m steeplechase 8:47.98 Tom Chorny  United States 4 August 2000 2000 Monterrey* [1]
8:52.42 Noé Durado  Mexico 30 July 2004 2004 Sherbrooke [2]
High jump 2.28 m Ryan Ingraham  Bahamas 10 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [8]
Pole vault 5.56 m Jordan Scott  United States 9 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
Long jump 8.19 m (+0.8 m/s) Osbourne Moxey  Bahamas 9 August 2002 2002 San Antonio* [1]
8.03 m (+0.1 m/s) Wilfredo Martínez  Cuba 8 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
Triple jump 17.01 m (+0.5 m/s) Osniel Tosca  Cuba 7 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
Shot put 20.64 m Garrett Johnson  United States 9 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
Discus throw 63.34 m Rodney Brown  United States 8 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [9]
Hammer throw 70.71 m Chris Cralle  United States 11 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
Javelin throw 80.51 m Chris Hill  United States 18 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
Decathlon 7536 pts James Turner  Canada 9/10 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [10]
10.99 (+0.1 m/s) (100 m), 7.13 (-0.7 m/s) (long jump), 12.93 m (shot put), 1.83 m (high jump), 49.06 (400 m) /
15.12 (+0.1 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 36.29 m (discus), 4.30 m (pole vault), 59.19 m (javelin), 4:21.52 (1500 m)
20000 m walk (track) 1:26:15.32 A Evan Dunfee  Canada 8 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [7]
20 km walk (road) 1:25:37 Édgar Hernández  Mexico 4 August 2000 2000 Monterrey* [1]
4x100 m relay 38.39 A Jeremy Hall
Teddy Williams
Chris Dykes
J-Mee Samuels
 United States 21 July 2008 2008 Toluca [4]
4x400 m relay 2:58.83 LeJerald Betters
O'Neal Wilder
Joey Hughes
Tavaris Tate
 United States 11 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
Key:
WR World record AR North American record NR National record A affected by altitude

Women's records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Ref
100 m 11.19 (+1.6 m/s) A Aurieyall Scott  United States 6 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
200 m 22.72 (+0.9 m/s) A Kimberlyn Duncan  United States 7 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
400 m 51.13 Rebecca Alexander  United States July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
800 m 2:03.00 Shelby Houlihan  United States 10 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [11]
1500 m 4:15.52 Jenna Westaway  Canada 8 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [12]
5000 m 16:06.26 Erin Finn  United States 10 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [13]
10000 m 35:46.12 A Sarah Callister  United States 7 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
100 m hurdles 12.82 (-0.6 m/s) A Tiffany Ofili  United States 21 July 2008 2008 Toluca [4]
400 m hurdles 55.14 Tierra Brown  United States 11 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
3000 m steeplechase 9:46.79 Rachel Johnson  United States 10 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [14]
High jump 1.95 m Juana Arrendel  Dominican Republic 9 August 2002 2002 San Antonio* [1]
1.87 m Kaylene Wagner  United States 31 July 2004 2004 Sherbrooke [2]
Pole vault 4.40 m Sandi Morris  United States 9 August 2014 2014 Kamloops [15]
Long jump 6.66 m A Jeomi Maduka  United States 21 July 2008 2008 Toluca [4]
Triple jump 14.28 m Yarianna Martínez  Cuba 8 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
Shot put 17.43 m Karen Shump  United States 9 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
Discus throw 56.70 m Anna Jelmini  United States 9 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
Hammer throw 71.39 m A Amanda Bingson  United States 6 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
Javelin throw 56.89 m A Abigail Gomez  Mexico 8 July 2012 2012 Irapuato [6]
Heptathlon 5810 pts Gretchen Quintana  Cuba 7–8 July 2006 2006 Santo Domingo [3]
13.6 (+1.2 m/s) ht (100 m hurdles), 1.71 m (high jump), 11.99 m (shot put), 24.27 (+0.8 m/s) (200 m) / 6.10 m (-0.6 m/s) (long jump), 33.37 m (javelin), 2:16.58 (800 m)
10000 m walk 49:50.63 A María Pérez  Mexico 18 July 2008 2008 Toluca [4]
4x100 m relay 43.07 Jeneba Tarmoh
Amber Purvis
Tiffany Townsend
Kenyanna Wilson
 United States 10 July 2010 2010 Miramar [5]
4x400 m relay 3:27.46 A Christine Day
Bobby-Gaye Wilkins
Anastasia Le-Roy
Nickiesha Wilson
 Jamaica 18 July 2008 2008 Toluca [4]
Key:
WR World record AR North American record NR National record A affected by altitude

Records in defunct events

Men's events

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Ref
Half marathon 1:08:59 Hugo Romero  Mexico 5 August 2000 2000 Monterrey* [1]

Women's events

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Ref
Half marathon 1:16:15 Madai Pérez  Mexico August 2002 2002 San Antonio* [1]
20000 m walk 1:39:02 Victoria Palacios  Mexico 4 August 2000 2000 Monterrey* [1]

ht = hand timing
A = affected by altitude
* Under-25 championship records

See also

List of North, Central American and Caribbean records in athletics

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Athletics Weekly, NACAC UNDER 23 (UNDER 25) CHAMPIONSHIPS, retrieved December 30, 2011 
  2. ^ a b c Clavelo Robinson, Javier (August 3, 2004), USA dominates NACAC Under 23 Championships,  
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Clavelo Robinson, Javier (July 11, 2006), USA dominates 4th NACAC U-23 Champs,  
  4. ^ a b c d e f g Clavelo Robinson, Javier (21 July 2008), Fast sprinting in Mexico's highest city as USA dominate NACAC Under-23 Champs,  
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m NACAC Under 23 Championships - 7/9/2010 to 7/11/2010, Hosted by: City of Miramar, Ansin Sports Complex: Miramar, Florida, Results,  
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Javier Clavelo Robinson (9 July 2012). "Fast sprinting as USA dominates NACAC Under 23 Championships".  
  7. ^ a b "NACAC Under 23 Championships 2012 Complete Results". www.panelcontenido.fmaa.mx. 8 July 2012. Retrieved 10 July 2012. 
  8. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 66 Men 20-22 High Jump,  
  9. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 91 Men 20-22 Discus Throw,  
  10. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 106 Men 20-22 Decathlon,  
  11. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 15 Women 20-22 800 Meter Run,  
  12. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 20 Women 20-22 1500 Meter Run,  
  13. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 25 Women 20-22 5000 Meter Run,  
  14. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 50 Women 20-22 3000 Meter Steeplechase,  
  15. ^ 2014 NACAC U23 Championship - Kamloops, BC, Canada - Event 80 Women 20-22 Pole Vault,  

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