North, Central American and Caribbean Junior records in athletics


North, Central American and Caribbean Junior records in athletics

North, Central American and Caribbean Junior records in athletics are the best marks set in an event by an athlete who has not yet reached their 20th birthday in the given year of competition, competing for a member nation of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC).

Contents

Outdoor

Men

Key:       Awaiting ratification

Event Record Athlete Birth Date Nationality Place Date Meet Video
100 metres 10.01 (+0.0 mps) Darrel Brown 11/10/1984  Trinidad and Tobago Paris Saint-Denis 24/08/2003 World Championships [1]
200 metres 19.93 (+1.4 mps) Usain Bolt 21/08/1986  Jamaica Devonshire, Bermuda 11/04/2004 CARIFTA Games [2]
400 metres 43.87 Steve Lewis 16/05/1969  United States Seoul 28/09/1988 Olympics [3]
800 metres 1:44.3 Jim Ryun 29/04/1947  United States Terre Haute, IN 10/06/1966
1500 metres 3:36.1 Jim Ryun 29/04/1947  United States Berkeley, CA 17/07/1966
Mile 3:51.3 Jim Ryun 29/04/1947  United States Berkeley, CA 17/07/1966
3000 metres 7:49.16 Galen Rupp 08/05/1986  United States Lignano Sabbiadoro 17/07/2005
5000 metres 13:29.98 Chris Derrick 17/10/1990  United States Palo Alto, CA 02/05/2009 Payton Jordan Invitational
10,000 metres 28:15.52 Galen Rupp 08/05/1986  United States Eugene, OR 07/05/2005 Oregon Twilight Meet
3000 metres Steeplechase 8:33.8 John Gregorek 15/04/1960  United States Philadelphia, PA 20/05/1979 Penn Relays
110 metres Hurdles 13.23 (+0.0) Renaldo Nehemiah 24/03/1959  United States Zürich 16/08/1978 Weltklasse Zürich
400 metres Hurdles 48.02 Danny Harris 07/09/1965  United States Los Angeles, CA 17/06/1984 Olympics [4]
High Jump 2.36 Javier Sotomayor 13/10/1967  Cuba Santiago de Cuba 23/02/1986
Pole Vault 5.71 Lawrence Johnson 07/05/1974  United States Knoxville, TN 12/06/1993
Long Jump 8.34 (+0.0 mps) Randy Williams 23/08/1953  United States München 08/09/1972 Olympics
Triple Jump 17.40A (+0.4 mps) Pedro Pérez Dueñas 23/02/1952  Cuba Cali 05/08/1971 Pan American Games
Shot Put (6 kg) 20.54 Sean Shields 10/02/1983  United States Kingston, Jamaica 16/07/2002
Discus Throw (1.750 kg) 61.40 Ryan Whiting 24/11/1986  United States Windsor, Canada[1] 31/07/2005 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Hammer Throw (6 kg) 79.00 Reinier Mejias 22/09/1990  Cuba La Habana 27/02/2009
Javelin Throw 75.46 Scott Russell 16/01/1979  Canada Columbia[2] 17/05/1998
10000 m walk (track) 39:56.49 Alberto Cruz 06/06/1972  Mexico Plovdiv 10/08/1990 World Junior Championships
4x100 metres relay 38.66 United States Junior
(Trell Kimmons, Abidemi Omole,
Ivory Williams, LaShawn Merritt)
 United States Grosseto 18/07/2004 World Junior Championships
4x400 metres relay 3:01.09 United States Junior
(Brandon Johnson, LaShawn Merritt,
Jason Craig, Kerron Clement)
 United States Grosseto 18/07/2004 World Junior Championships

Women

Event Record Athlete Birth Date Nationality Place Date Meet Video
100 metres 11.04 (+1.4 mps) Angela Williams 30/01/1980  United States Boise, ID 05/06/1999 NCAA Championships
200 metres 22.18 (+0.8 mps) Allyson Felix 18/11/1985  United States Athens, Greece 25/08/2004 Olympics [5]
400 metres 49.89 Sanya Richards 26/02/1985  United States Sacramento, CA 17/07/2004 U.S. Olympic Trials
800 metres 2:00.07 Kim Gallagher 11/06/1964  United States Indianapolis, IN 24/07/1982
1500 metres 4:06.71 Glenda Reiser 16/06/1955  Canada Münich 04/09/1972
Mile 4:35.13 Glenda Reiser 16/06/1955  Canada London 15/09/1973
3000 metres 8:57.27 Cecilia Hopp 01/01/1963  United States Durham, NC 27/06/1982
5000 metres 15:36.95 Molly Huddle 31/08/1984  United States Walnut, CA 17/04/2003 Mt. SAC Relays
10,000 metres 32:22.99 Madaí Pérez 02/02/1980  Mexico Walnut, CA 17/04/1999 Mt. SAC Relays
3000 metres Steeplechase 10:06.54 Emma Coburn 19/10/1990  United States Palo Alto, CA 02/05/2009 Payton Jordan Invitational
100 metres Hurdles 12.84 (+1.5 mps) Aliuska López 29/08/1969  Cuba Zagreb 16/07/1987
400 metres Hurdles 54.70 Lashinda Demus 10/03/1983  United States Kingston, Jamaica 19/07/2002
High Jump 1.98 Silvia Costa 04/05/1964  Cuba Edmonton 11/07/1983
Pole Vault 4.38 Natalie Willer 02/10/1990  United States Seward, NE 08/05/2009
Long Jump 6.81 (+1.6 mps) Carol Lewis 08/08/1963  United States Knoxville, TN 20/06/1982 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Long Jump 6.81 Carol Lewis 08/08/1963  United States Karl-Marx-Stadt 09/07/1982
Triple Jump 14.29 (+1.2 mps) Mabel Gay 05/05/1983  Cuba La Habana 05/04/2002
Shot Put 18.78 Yumileidi Cumbá 11/02/1975  Cuba Camagüey 10/06/1994
Discus Throw 63.60 Hilda Ramos 01/09/1964  Cuba La Habana 19/05/1983
Hammer Throw 68.74 Arasay Thondike 28/05/1986  Cuba La Habana 20/05/2005
Javelin Throw 58.81 Yanet Cruz 08/02/1988  Cuba La Habana 27/05/2007
Heptathlon 5840 Regla Maria Cárdenas 21/01/1975  Cuba Cali 31/07/1993
13.9 - 1.74 - 13.44 - 24.8w / 6.29 - 37.58 - 2:23.5
10000 m walk (track) 47:03.1 Yaimara Pérez 01/01/1983  Cuba La Habana 05/04/2002
10 km walk (road) 47:37 Rachel Lavallée 14/01/1986  Canada Lima 08/05/2005
4x100 metres relay 43.29 United States "Blue" Junior
(Bianca Knight, Jeneba Tarmoh,
Elizabeth Olear, Gabrielle Mayo)
 United States Eugene, OR 08/08/2006
4x400 metres relay 3:27.60 United States Junior
(Alexandria Anderson, Ashlee Kidd,
Stephanie Smith, Natasha Hastings)
 United States Grosseto 18/07/2004 World Junior Championships

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