Pan American Junior Championships
July 28-31, 2005 at Windsor Ontario
DyeStat on-site with John and Donna Dye and Marc Davis

Results - Highlights

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Video Vault
- by Marc Davis

Opening Ceremonies
- J Mee Samuels
M-400m - Justin Oliver
W-800m - Becca Noble
W-400m - Natasha Hastings
M-10k - Neal Naughton
M-HJ - Dusty Jonas
W-steeple - Marie Lawrence
W-SP - Sarah Stevens
Men's Long Jump - Robert Rands wins by 1 centimeter on 5th jump
Men's Shot Put - gold for US#1 prep Ryan Whiting PA
Men's 5000m - gold for Dan Nunn


Top US preps go against junior stars (under age 20) of the Western hemisphere. US wins 57 medals, 2nd most ever in this meet.

US athletes chillin' in the village.

photo by Patrick Davey

  J-Mee Samuels won the 100m and anchored the winning 4x100 relay

Day 3 Sunday

Gold medals keep on coming for Team USA
Sarah Bowman wins 1500m in US#4 all time high school time, with Erin Bedell getting silver
Ryan Whiting
gets second gold (DT-SP).
Boldizsar Kocsor
wins hammer.
Reuben McCoy and Greg Offerman 1-2 in 400H
Otis McDaniel and Tremaine Smith 1-2 in 200m
Rachel Yurkovich and Kara Patterson 1-2 in javelin.
US sweeps all four relays

Day 3 - Video Vault
- by Marc Davis

Men's 200m - Otis McDaniel/Tremaine Smith. Women's 200m - Anneisha McLaughlin tops US.
Men's 4x100m
Women's 4x100m
Men's 4x400m
Women's 4x400m
Men's 1500m - Canadians top Matusak/Webb. Women's 1500m - Sarah Bowman wire to wire again. Women's Pole Vault -
Closing Ceremonies


photo by Patrick Davey

Day 2 Saturday - 7-gold day for US
Americans sweep gold and silver in four events -- men's 400m (Justin Oliver and Nate Anderson), women's 800m (Becca Noble and Heidi Magill), women's shot put (Sarah Stevens and Melissa Faubus (SP), and men's 10000m (Eastern Michigan teammates Neal Naughton and Josh Perrin). Three more gold medals come from J-Mee Samuels (100m), Natasha Hastings (400m) and Dusty Jonas (HJ). Reuben McCoy and Greg Offerman sweep 400H semifinal heats.
Jim Spier notes - "If there is any doubt now that J-Mee Samuels is capable of running 10.08, it should have been allayed by his win here."

Day 1 Friday - Cleo Tyson wins first US gold in 100m. US gets 1-2 sweeps in 5000m (Daniel Nunn) and SP (Ryan Whiting). Prep Robert Rands wins LJ. Justin Oliver and Nate Anderson sweep 400m semis. Natasha Hastings is fastest in 400m heats

to the victors go the spoils

photos by Joy Kamani

Nate Anderson and Justin Oliver gave the US a 1-2 sweep in 400

J-Mee Samuels wraps himself in the flag


Becca Noble - fastest junior 800m runner in the world after 2:03.73 at US Junior Nationals was gunning for Pan Am Junior record.

Prior Years

2003 - Barbados
M-5000: OR jr Galen Rupp 14:20.29. Kenneth Ferguson 13.60 +0.0 sets Pan Am championship record. W-100: CA jr Shalonda Solomon 11.35 +0.1 wins gold. ID sr Donovan Kilmartin , signed for U. Texas, wins decathlon gold by 851 points with 7486. W-400: GA sr Stephanie Smith , signed for U. South Carolina, wins gold in 52.52, with Angel Perkins 52.75 adding silver for USA. points. W-SP: US HS record holder Michelle Carter 53-3 wins gold. M-400: Team USA photo finish won by U. Texas' Ashton Collins 45.59 over Baylor's Jeremy Wariner 45.63.

2001 - Argentina

1999 - Tampa FL

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