NACAC Info 2004

 
 

Standards for NACAC U-23 (Sherbrooke, 2004)
Released 27 Apr 2004

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The NACAC office has released the following standards for the forthcoming NACAC championships for athletes aged 20 to 22 to be held at the University of Sherbrooke, Canada on July 30, 31, and August 1st. 

All performances must have been achieved between 1st Jan 2003 and 9th July 2004, during competitions organized or sanctioned by the IAAF, Area Association and/or the Member Federation and fully in accordance with the IAAF Rules and Regulations.

A Member Federation may enter one athlete in each event, regardless of whether the athlete has met the entry standard established for that event.  However, if a Member wishes to enter two athletes in an event, then both athletes must have met the published standard.

THIRD NACAC U-23 CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sherbrooke, Canada

ENTRY STANDARDS

 Men  Event  Women
 10.60  100m  11.75
 21.30  200m  24.10
 47.00  400m  54.35
 1:50.00  800m  2:08.00
 3:50.00  1,500m  4:30.00
 14:50.00  5,000m  17:25.00
 30:10.00  10,000m  36:00.00
 xxx  100m Hurdles  14.00
 14.45  110m Hurdles  xxx
 52.00  400m Hurdles  60.40
 No Standard   3,000m Steeple chase  No Standard 
 xxx  10 km walk  No Standard 
 No Standard   20 km walk  xxx
 No Standard   4x100m relay  No Standard 
 No Standard   4x400m relay  No Standard 
 2.15  High Jump  1.80
 7.50  Long Jump  5.95
 15.30  Triple Jump  12.50
 5.00  Pole Vault  3.50
 16.50  Shotput  14.35
 51.00  Discus throw  45.00
 55.00 Hammer Throw   45.00
 67.50  Javelin Throw  49.00
 xxx  Hepthalom  4,500
 6,400  Decathlon  xxx

 


2004  NACAC  MEETS

  • 15 Feb CAC Cross Country Championships Manchester, JAM (CANCELLED !!)
  • 5-7 Mar World Indoor Championships Budapest, HUN
  • 20-21 Mar World Cross Country Championships Brussels, BEL
  • 9-11 Apr Carifta Games BER

International meetings in the NACAC area

  • Apr. 24 Conseil General GPII Martinique
  • May 1 Memorial. Cristobal de Leon APM Santo Domingo
  • May 8 Gran Prix Mexico (Banamex) APM Mexico City, DF (MEX)
  • May 16 GPII Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
  • May 23 GP Belem (BRA)
  • May 29-30 Whitsuntide Games St. George’s (GRN)
  • Jun 4-6 Semana Int’l de Caminata Walk Cdad. Victoria (MEX)
  • Jun 5-6 Junvenil Santiago Nakasawa Jnr tbd (MEX)
  • Jun 5 GPII Portland (USA)
  • Jun 6 GP Palo Alto (USA)
  • Jun 12 Int’l Track Classic (Baritac) Bridgetown (BAR)
  • Jun 13 Victoria Int’l Track Classic Victoria (CAN)
  • Jun 19 GPII Eugene (USA)
  • tbd Harry Jerome Invitational Burnaby, B.C. (CAN)
  • tbd Grand Prix Guadalajara Guadalajara (MEX)
  • 1-2 May World Race Walking Cup Naumberg, GER
  • 11-13 Jun Campeonato Centroamericano Juvenil San Jose, CRC
  • 19-20 Jun OECS Relays Road Town, BVI
  • 25-27 Jun CAC Junior Championships San Salvador, ESA
  • 9-11 Jul Campeonato Centroamericano Mayores Managua, NCA
  • 13-18 Jul World Junior Championships Grosseto, ITA
  • 30-31 Jul, 1 Aug NACAC U-23 Championships Sherbrooke, CAN
  • 7-8 Aug Ibero-American Championships Huelva, ESP
  • 20-29 Aug Olympic Games (athletics) Athens, GRE
  • 18-19 Sep World Athletics Final Monaco, MON
  • 2 Oct World Half Marathon Championships New Delhi, IND
  • tbd Campeonato Centroamericano Infantil S.Pedro Sula, HON

National Championships in NACAC area

  • 26-28 Feb Turks and Caicos
  • 13-14 Mar Grenada
  • 8-9 May St. Vincent
  • 4-6 Jun El Salvador
  • 9-12 Jun USA (NCAA)
  • 10-11 Jun Puerto Rico
  • 12-13 Jun Bermuda
  • 13 Jun St. Lucia
  • 19-20 Jun Trinidad
  • 19-20 Jun Barbados
  • 23-26 Jun USA
  • 2-3 Jul Guatemala
  • 9-11 Jul Canada
  • 4 Sep Haiti

National Championships (Juniors)

  • 18-19 Mar Barbados
  • 28-29 May Guatemala
  • 4-5 Jun Puerto Rico
  • 5-6 Jun Trinidad
  • 24-27 Jun USA
  • 1-3 Jul Canada
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