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2002 NACAC Under-25 Championships in Athletics

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II NACAC Under-25 Championships in Athletics
DatesAugust 9–11
Host citySan Antonio, United States United States
VenueE.M. Stevens Stadium
Participation245 athletes from
24 nations

The 2nd NACAC Under-25 Championships in Athletics were held in San Antonio, Texas, United States on August 9–11, 2002. As in 2000 the event was open for athletes younger than 25 years. A detailed report on the results was given.[1][2] However, the results were affected by doping (see below).

Medal summary

Medal winners are published.[3] Complete results can be found on the AtletismoCR,[4] on the USA Track & Field,[5] and the Trackie[6] websites.


Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Jason Smoots (USA) 10.22 CR  Tom Green (USA) 10.45  Rhoan Sterling (CAN) 10.47
200 metres  Dominic Demeritte (BAH) 20.60  Ryan Olkowski (USA) 20.91  Ainsley Waugh (JAM) 21.04
400 metres  Chris Brown (BAH) 45.50 CR  Godfrey Herring (USA) 45.65  William Kenyon (USA) 45.76
800 metres  Achraf Tadili (CAN) 1:48.19 CR  Luis Soto (PUR) 1:48.41  Elliott Blount (USA) 1:48.55
1500 metres  Ryan McKenzie (CAN) 3:51.31  Dan Wilson (USA) 3:51.64  Heleodoro Navarro (MEX) 3:52.10
5000 metres  Reid Coolsaet (CAN) 14:44.46  Jonathan Morales (MEX) 14:45.16  Karl Savage (USA) 14:48.35
10,000 metres  Jonathan Morales (MEX) 30:16.26 CR  Brian Sell (USA) 30:16.29  James Carney (USA) 30:48.28
Half Marathon  Michael Wisniewski (USA) 1:10:05
3000 metres steeplechase  Jordan Desilets (USA) 8:52.10  Ian Collings (CAN) 8:59.73  Luke Watson (USA) 9:19.39
110 metres hurdles  Terrence Trammell (USA) 13.45 CR  Ron Bramlett (USA) 13.53  Jared MacLeod (CAN) 13.80
400 metres hurdles  James Carter (USA) 48.95 CR  Fred Sharpe (USA) 49.73  Dean Griffiths (JAM) 50.06
High jump  Romel Lightbourne (BAH) 2.18m  Terrance Woods (USA) 2.18m  Jaswinder Gill (CAN)
 Mike Kizinkewich (CAN)
Pole vault  Jeremy Scott (USA) 5.55m CR  Brad Walker (USA) 5.30m  Ricardo Pallares (MEX) 5.00m
Long jump  Osbourne Moxey (BAH) 8.19m CR  William Montgomery (USA) 7.90m  LeJuan Simon (USA) 7.78m
Triple jump  Leevan Sands (BAH) 16.72m CR  Greg Yeldell (USA) 16.61m  Quincy Howe (TRI) 15.72m
Shot put  Jon Kalnas (USA) 18.70m  Chris Adams (USA) 17.70m  Dave Stoute (TRI) 17.66m
Discus throw  Jason Young (USA) 55.74m  Jon O'Neil (USA) 53.26m  Edwin Guilloty (PUR) 48.74m
Hammer throw  Jake Freeman (USA) 66.49m  Carey Ryan (USA) 61.58m  Mike Sagert (CAN) 48.73m
Javelin throw  Chris Clever (USA) 68.53m  Justin St. Clair (USA) 67.31m  Keron Francis (GRN) 63.22m
Decathlon  David Lemen (USA) 7239 pts CR  Josef Karas (CAN) 6927 pts  Clifford Caines (CAN) 6833 pts
20 Kilometres Road Walk  Cristián David Berdeja (MEX) 1:32:20  Steve Quirke (USA) 1:44:20
4 × 100 metres relay  United States
Tom Green
Jason Smoots
Tyson Gay
Derrick Johnson
39.79 CR  Bahamas
Osbourne Moxey
Jamial Rolle
Christopher Brown
Dominic Demeritte
39.81  Jamaica
Lerone Clarke
Ainsley Waugh
Winston Smith
Richard James
4 × 400 metres relay  United States
James Carter
William Kenyon
Godfrey Herring
Brandon Couts
3:01.15 CR  Jamaica
Dean Griffiths
Richard James
Aldwyn Sappleton
Lanceford Spence
3:05.19  Bahamas
Ednal Rolle
Alexius Roberts
Dwayne Lynes
Christopher Brown


Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Amandi Rhett (USA) 11.62  Melocia Clarke (JAM) 11.66  Tamica Clarke (BAH) 11.67
200 metres  Shellene Williams (JAM) 23.78  Winsome Howell (JAM) 24.17  Martine Cloutier-LeBlanc (CAN) 24.34
400 metres  Allison Beckford (JAM) 51.21 CR  Christine Amertil (BAH) 52.80  Tia Trent (USA) 53.08
800 metres  Chantee Earl (USA) 2:03.17 CR  Sasha Spencer (USA) 2:04.47  Tamika Williams (BER) 2:05.52
1500 metres  Bethany Brewster (USA) 4:28.16  Maurica Carlucci (USA) 4:31.26  Heather Lee (CAN) 4:37.62
5000 metres  Ann Marie Brooks (USA) 16:57.02  Gisel Bautista (MEX) 17:19.27
3000 metres steeplechase  Mollie DeFrancesco (USA) 10:53.47  Kristen Brennard (CAN) 11:05.47
Half Marathon  Madai Pérez (MEX) 1:16:15 CR  Alison Holinka (USA) 1:22:02  Beth Fonner (USA) 1:27:02
100 metres hurdles  Toni Ann D'Oyley (JAM) 12.92 CR  Danielle Carruthers (USA) 13.00  Chitua Ohaeri (USA) 13.52
400 metres hurdles  Megan Addy (USA) 57.22 CR  Brenda Taylor (USA) 57.65  Yasmin Rodríguez (DOM) 61.78
High jump  Juana Arrendel (DOM) 1.95m CR  Kristen Matthews (CAN) 1.85m  Gina Curtis-Rickert (USA) 1.76m
Pole vault  Andrea Wildrick (USA) 4.10 mCR  Dana Ellis (CAN) 4.00m  Alejandra Meza (MEX) 3.75m
Long jump  Brianna Glenn (USA) 6.22m  Melocia Clarke (JAM) 6.15m  Rose Richmond (USA) 6.14m
Triple jump  Yuliana Perez (USA) 13.27m =CR  Teresa Bundy (USA) 12.77m  Paola Noncayo (MEX) 12.08m
Shot put  Cynthia Ademiluyi (USA) 16.65m CR  Cleopatra Borel (TRI) 16.46m  Adriane Blewitt (USA) 16.24m
Discus throw  Summer Pierson (USA) 53.04m CR  Deshaya Williams (USA) 52.30m  Julie Bourgon (CAN) 50.32m
Hammer throw  Jamine Moton (USA) 65.10m CR  Amber Campbell (USA) 62.71m  Jennifer Joyce (CAN) 58.61m
Javelin throw  Denise O'Connell (USA) 52.98m  Dominique Bilodeau (CAN) 50.45m  Brianne Johnson (USA) 42.88m
Heptathlon  Virginia Miller (USA) 5461 pts  Sarah Junkin (CAN) 5020 pts  Yudith Méndez (DOM) 5014 pts
20 Kilometres Road Walk  Marina Crivello (CAN) 1:52:50
4 × 100 metres relay  United States
Brianna Glenn
Danielle Carruthers
Nakeya Crutchfield
Amandi Rhett
44.10 CR  Jamaica
Melocia Clarke
Judythe Kitson
Shellene Williams
Winsome Howell
4 × 400 metres relay  Jamaica
Jenice Daley
Allison Beckford
Nadia Cunningham
Shellene Williams
3:34.06 CR  Dominican Republic
Clara Hernandez
Yelmi Martinez
Jazmin Rodriguez
Lorena De La Rosa


United States sprinter Crystal Cox, who initially was listed as winner of the women's 200m in 23.02s, was tested positive for ephedrine in the competition, a prohibited substance under the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) rules. Therefore, she was issued a public warning by the United States Anti-Doping Agency and was disqualified from her first-place finish in the 200 meters.[7] The incident is also reported on the USA Track & Field website[8] and considered in their published results list.[5]

In connection with investigations in the BALCO doping conspiracy, Crystal Cox has accepted a four-year suspension and disqualification of her athletic results, beginning on November 3, 2001, for using anabolic agents and hormones over a period from 2001 through 2004 in violation of the International Association of Athletics Federations Anti-Doping Rules.[9][10] However, in a separate statement, she felt to be forced to sign the sanctions although being innocent.[11]

In consequence, her silver medal in the 400 metres (51.63s) and the gold medal in the 4 × 400 metres relay (in 3:30.60 together with Marie Woodward, Chantee Earl, and Sasha Spencer) should have been forfeited.

Medal table (unofficial)

  *   Host nation (United States)

1 United States*28241365
2 Bahamas5229
3 Canada471021
4 Jamaica45312
5 Mexico3249
6 Dominican Republic1124
7 Trinidad and Tobago0123
8 Puerto Rico0112
9 Bermuda0011
Totals (10 nations)454339127


The participation of 245 athletes from 24 countries was reported.[4]


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  2. ^ Finlayson, Alpheus (August 14, 2002), Records fall in 2nd NACAC's Under-25 Championships, NACAC, archived from the original on April 26, 2012, retrieved December 29, 2011
  3. ^ "NACAC UNDER 23 (UNDER 25) CHAMPIONSHIPS", Athletics Weekly, retrieved December 29, 2011
  4. ^ a b Segundo Campeonato NACAC – Sub 25 – San Antonio, Texas – USA – 9-11 de Agosto, 2002 (in Spanish),, San Pablo, Heredia, Costa Rica, retrieved February 28, 2013
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  6. ^ 2002 USATF NACAC Under 25 T&F Championships, Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA, Date: August 9 – 11, 2002, Trackie Group Inc., retrieved December 29, 2011
  7. ^ U.S. Track Athlete Cox Receives Public Warning From U.S. Anti-Doping Agency For Positive Drug Test (PDF), United States Anti-Doping Agency, October 17, 2002, archived from the original (PDF) on May 27, 2012, retrieved January 2, 2012
  8. ^ Doping Disqualifications and Public Warnings, USA Track & Field, Inc., September 1, 2010, retrieved January 2, 2012
  9. ^ Hannan, Erin (January 29, 2010), U.S. Track Athlete, Crystal Cox, Accepts Four-Year Suspension From USADA (PDF), United States Anti-Doping Agency, archived from the original (PDF) on May 27, 2012, retrieved January 2, 2012
  10. ^ "Relay team member suspended 4 years". Associated Press. January 29, 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-29.
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