2019 NACAC Cross Country Championships


The 2019 NACAC Cross Country Championships took place on February 16, 2019. The races were held at the Queen's Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. A detailed report of the event was given for the IAAF.[1]

2019 NACAC Cross Country Championships
OrganisersNACAC
Edition16th
DateFebruary 16
Host cityPort of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
VenueQueen's Park Savannah
Events4
Distances10 km – Senior men
8 km – Junior men (U20)
10 km – Senior women
6 km – Junior women (U20)
Participation99 athletes from
8 nations
2018 San Salvador
2020


Medallists


Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Senior men
(10 km)
Abbabiya Simbassa
 United States
31:49 Frankline Tonui
 United States
31:50 Reid Buchanan
 United States
31:51
Junior (U20) men
(8 km)
Evan Burke
 Canada
27:20 Nicholas Mota
 Canada
27:30 Andrew Davies
 Canada
27:37
Senior women
(10 km)
Breanna Sieracki
 United States
36:34 Jessica O'Connell
 Canada
36:37 Jessica Tonn
 United States
36:40
Junior (U20) women
(6 km)
Taryn O'Neill
 Canada
22:08 Charlotte Wood
 Canada
22:10 Makenna Fitzgerald
 Canada
22:14
Team
Senior women  United States18  Canada20  Mexico55
Senior men  United States10  Canada31  Trinidad and Tobago88
Junior (U20) women  Canada10  United States33  Puerto Rico58
Junior (U20) men  Canada12  United States30  Puerto Rico41

Race results


Senior Women's race (10 km)

Individual race
RankAthleteCountryTime
Breanna Sieracki United States36:34
Jessica O'Connell Canada36:37
Jessica Tonn United States36:40
4Natasha Wodak Canada36:50
5Genevieve Lalonde Canada36:51
6Grayson Murphy United States36:58
7Brenda Flores Mexico37:01
8Hannah Everson United States37:03
9Katelyn Ayers Canada37:16
10Samantha Bluske United States37:40
11Katrina Spratford United States37:44
12Tonya Nero Trinidad and Tobago38:11
13Claire Sumner Canada38:16
14Maria De Jesus Ruiz Mexico39:05
15Cindy Meza Mexico39:29
16Natalia Hawthorn Canada39:47
17Ashley Laureano Rosado Puerto Rico40:06
18Samantha Shukla Trinidad and Tobago41:17
19Faviola Sarai Perez Mexico41:23
20Idelma Lizeth Delgado El Salvador42:57
21Monica Vargas Chaves Costa Rica45:10

Senior Men's race (10 km)

Individual race
RankAthleteCountryTime
Abbabiya Simbassa United States31:49
Frankline Tonui United States31:50
Reid Buchanan United States31:51
4Evans Kirwa United States32:08
5Rory Linkletter Canada32:13
6David Elliott United States32:17
7Mike Tate Canada32:29
8Joel Reichow United States32:32
9Evan Esselink Canada32:40
10Benjamin Preisner Canada32:48
11Emmanuel Nava Mexico32:59
12Ehab El-Sandali Canada33:06
13Abraham Hernandez Mexico33:38
14Jose Aurelio Sanchez Mexico33:50
15Oscar Antonio Aldana El Salvador34:23
16Alexander Torres Rojas Puerto Rico34:52
17Oshane Archibald Jamaica34:56
17Dwayne Graham Jamaica34:56
19Juan Ram Fallas Navarro Costa Rica35:13
20Matthew Hagley Trinidad and Tobago35:22
21Sherwyn Stapleton Trinidad and Tobago35:32
22Luis Alejandro Castro Coto Costa Rica35:38
23Iley Bruce Trinidad and Tobago35:53
24Shirvan Baboolal Trinidad and Tobago36:08
25Anthony Phillip Trinidad and Tobago37:18
26Mark London Trinidad and Tobago38:28
DNFGarfield Gordon JamaicaDNF

Junior (U20) women's race (6 km)

[2]

Teams
RankTeamPoints
 Canada
Taryn O'Neill1
Charlotte Wood2
Makenna Fitzgerald3
Anne Forsyth4
10
 United States
Samantha Corman6
Heidi Nielson8
Noelle Adriaens9
Grace Ping10
33
 Puerto Rico
Isamari Arroyo Umpierre12
Fabianna Szorenyi Elias14
Alysa Alejandro Soto15
Jorelis Vargas Marinez17
58

Junior (U20) men's race (8 km)

Medal table (unofficial)


  *   Host nation (Trinidad and Tobago)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Canada45211
2 United States4329
3 Puerto Rico0022
4 Mexico0011
 Trinidad and Tobago*0011
6 Jamaica0000
Totals (6 nations)88824
  • Note: Totals include both individual and team medals, with medals in the team competition counting as one medal.

Participation


According to an unofficial count, 99 athletes from 8 countries participated.

See also


References


  1. Clavelo Robinson, Javier (February 16, 2019), CANADA AND THE USA DOMINATE NACAC CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, IAAF, retrieved February 17, 2019
  2. NACAC Cross Country Championships February 16th 2019 Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago nacac-cross-country-championships.runnerspace.com February 16, 2019