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NACAC Championships

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NACAC Championships

Not to be confused with CAC Championships.

The North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships is a continental track and field athletics event organised by the North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association. The last of the six IAAF areas to hold a continental senior athletics competition, the NACAC Championships' inaugural edition was held in 2007 in San Salvador, El Salvador. Three hundred athletes competed at the 2007 Championships and a total of 26 nations were represented.[1] The United States dominated the first edition with a total of 43 medals, including 28 gold medals. Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago took second and third places with totals of 20 and 11 medals, respectively.


Edition Year City Country Date Venue No. of
No. of
1 2007 San Salvador  El Salvador
2  ?


External links

  • NACAC official site
  • 2007 Medal table
  • NACAC Junior results at gbrathletics
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