Day 2: 2023 Pan American U20 Championships winners (Aug 5)

Canada and the United States had the most 2023 Pan American U20 Championships winners on Day 2, Saturday, 5 Aug. Below you will find the full list of winners.

USA team after breaking the Pan American U20 Championships 4x100m relay record

The Pan American U20 Championships winners on Day 2 on the track and field schedule on Saturday, 5 August. Canada and the United States were the top gold medal collectors on the second day of competition at the Jose A. Figueroa Freire Stadium in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

The USA won six of the 12 events on the day, while Canada won five. The other gold medal winner on the second day at the 2023 Pan American U20 Championships was Nicaragua, which collected a title in the men’s 10,000m race walk via Gabriel Alvarado Davila.

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Will Floyd of Canada was among the top performers on the day after winning the men’s 400m gold medal with an impressive time of 45.62 seconds. Meanwhile, the United States women’s 4x100m team clocked a record-setting 45.62 seconds on its way to winning the gold medal in dominating fashion.

Day 2: 2023 Pan American U20 Championships winners (Gold medal winners)

  1. Men’s 10,000m Race Walk: Winner: Gabriel Alvarado Davila (Nicaragua) Time: 42:36.50
  2. Women’s Discus Throw: Winner: Julia Tunks (Canada) Distance: 56.98m (186′ 11″)
  3. Men’s Discus Throw: Winner: Seth Allen (United States) Distance: 60.58m (198′ 9″)
  4. Women’s 400m: Winner: Christine Mallard (United States) Time: 51.88 seconds
  5. Men’s 400m: Winner: Will Floyd (Canada) Time: 45.62 seconds (CR)
  6. Men’s 110 Hurdles: Winner: Blaise Atkinson (United States) Time: 13.46 seconds (+0.6 m/s wind)
  7. Women’s 100 Hurdles: Winner: Myla Greene (United States) Time: 13.70 seconds (-0.7 m/s wind)
  8. Men’s 1500m: Winner: Riley Flemington (Canada) Time: 3:50.70
  9. Women’s 5000m: Winner: Chloe Turner (Canada) Time: 17:09.71
  10. Women’s High Jump: Winner: Jennessa Wolfe (Canada) Height: 1.71m (5′ 7¼”)
  11. Men’s Long Jump: Winner: Juriad Hughes (United States) Distance: 7.61m (24′ 11¾”) (+0.1 m/s wind)
  12. Men’s Decathlon Standings: Winner: Aiden Carter (United States) Total Points: 6808 points
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