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North, Central American and Caribbean youth bests in athletics

 

North, Central American and Caribbean youth bests in athletics

North, Central American and Caribbean youth bests in the sport of athletics are the all-time best marks set in competition by aged 17 or younger throughout the entire calendar year of the performance and competing for a member nation of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC). NACAC doesn't maintain an official list for such performances. All bests shown on this list are tracked by statisticians not officially sanctioned by the governing body.

Contents

  • Outdoor 1
    • Boys 1.1
    • Girls 1.2
  • Indoor 2
    • Boys 2.1
    • Girls 2.2
  • References 3

Outdoor

Boys

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
100 m 10.24 Darrel Brown  Trinidad and Tobago 14 April 2001 Bridgetown, Barbados 16 years, 185 days
200 m 20.13 (0.0 m/s) Usain Bolt  Jamaica 20 July 2003 Pan American Junior Championships Bridgetown, Barbados 16 years, 333 days
400 m 45.14 Obea Moore  United States 2 September 1995 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships Santiago, Chile 16 years, 235 days
800 m
1500 m
Mile
3000 m
5000 m
10000 m
110 m hurdles
(91.4 cm)
12.96 (+1.3 m/s) Jaheel Hyde  Jamaica 23 August 2014 Youth Olympic Games Nanjing, China 17 years, 202 days [1]
110 m hurdles (99/100 cm)
300 m hurdles (91.4 cm) 36.45 Bershawn Jackson  United States 13 May 2000 Gainesville, United States 17 years, 5 days
400 m hurdles
(84.0 cm)
49.01 William Wynne  United States 15 July 2007 World Youth Championships Ostrava, Czech Republic 17 years, 166 days
400 m hurdles
(91.4 cm)
2000 m steeplechase
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 2.33 m Javier Sotomayor  Cuba 19 May 1985 Havana, Cuba 17 years, 218 days
Pole vault
Long jump 8.25 m (+1.9 m/s) Luis Bueno  Cuba 28 September 1986 Ibero-American Championships Havana, Cuba 17 years, 129 days
Triple jump 17.24 m (+0.7 m/s) Lázaro Martínez  Cuba 1 February 2014 Havana, Cuba 16 years, 90 days [2]
Shot put (6 kg)
Discus throw (1.750 kg)
Hammer throw (6 kg)
Javelin throw
Octathlon 6482 pts Yordanis García  Cuba 13–14 July 2005 Marrakesh, Morocco 16 years, 235 days
11.24 (100 m), 6.86 m (long jump), 16.39 m (shot put), 51.35 (400 m) /
14.11 (110 m hurdles), 1.95 m (high jump), 65.76 m (javelin), 2:54.19 (1000 m)
10000 m walk (track)
4×100 m relay 40.03 Winston Smith
Michael Frater
Davaon Spence
Omar Brown
 Jamaica 18 July 1999 World Youth Championships Bydgoszcz, Poland 16 years, 238 days
16 years, 285 days


17 years, 27 days
4×400 m relay

Girls

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
100 m 10.98 (+2.0 m/s) Candace Hill  United States 20 June 2015 Brooks PR Invitational Shoreline, United States 16 years, 130 days [3]
200 m 22.43 (−0.7 m/s) Candace Hill  United States 19 July 2015 World Youth Championships Cali, Colombia 16 years, 158 days [4]
400 m
800 m
1500 m
Mile
3000 m
5000 m
10000 m
100 m hurdles (76.2 cm) 12.94 (0.0 m/s) Yanique Thompson  Jamaica 11 July 2013 World Youth Championships Donetsk, Ukraine 17 years, 121 days [5]
100 m hurdles (84 cm) 12.95 (+1.5 m/s) Candy Young  United States 16 June 1979 USA Championships Walnut, United States 17 years, 26 days
300 m hurdles 40.18 Leslie Maxie  United States 26 May 1984 Berkeley, United States 17 years, 143 days
400 m hurdles 55.20 Leslie Maxie  United States 9 June 1984 USA Championships San Jose, United States 17 years, 157 days
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.96 m Vashti Cunningham  United States 1 August 2015 Pan American Junior Championships Edmonton, Canada 17 years, 195 days [6]
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Discus throw
Hammer throw
Javelin throw
Heptathlon
(100 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (200 m) /
(long jump), (javelin), (800 m)
10000 m walk (track)
10 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay
4x400 m relay
Medley relay 2:03.42 Christania Williams
Shericka Jackson
Chrisann Gordon
Olivia James
 Jamaica 10 July 2011 World Youth Championships Lille, France [7][8] [1]

Indoor

Boys

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
60 m
200 m
400 m
800 m
1000 m
1500 m
Mile
3000 m
5000 m
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Girls

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
60 m
200 m
400 m
800 m
1500 m 4:11.72+ Mary C. Cain  United States 16 February 2013 Millrose Games New York, United States 16 years, 289 days [9]
Mile 4:28.25 Mary C. Cain  United States 16 February 2013 Millrose Games New York, United States 16 years, 289 days [10]
3000 m
5000 m
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

References

  1. ^ Steve Landells (23 August 2014). "Hyde sets 110m hurdles world youth best in Nanjing - Youth Olympic games".  
  2. ^ "Lázaro Martínez: ¡Increíbles 17.24 y pidiendo pista!" (in Spanish). www.cubasi.cu. 4 February 2014. Retrieved 30 March 2014. 
  3. ^ Jon Mulkeen (20 June 2015). "Hill breaks world youth 100m best and American junior record with 10.98". IAAF. Retrieved 21 June 2015. 
  4. ^ "200m Results". IAAF. 19 July 2015. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  5. ^ "Discus Throw Results".  
  6. ^ "High Jump Results". deltatiming.com. 1 August 2015. Retrieved 2 August 2015. 
  7. ^ David Martin (10 July 2011). "Sitonik's impressive 3000m caps the action as curtain draws on World Youth champs - Lille 2011 - Day 5 report".  
  8. ^ "Sprint Medley Relay Results" (PDF).  
  9. ^ "1500m En Route Results" (PDF). www.branchsportstech.com. 16 February 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  10. ^ "Mile Run Results". www.branchsportstech.com. 16 February 2013. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 
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