The Central American Race Walking Championships (Spanish: Campeonato Centroamericano de Marcha) is an annual race walking competition organized by CADICA for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. The event was established in 2007 as Central American Race Walking Cup (Spanish: Copa Centroamericana de Marcha). The name was changed in 2012. Races are featured for senior (Spanish: Mayor), junior (U-20, Spanish: Juvenil A), youth (U-18, Spanish: Juvenil B), and two age groups (U-16, (Spanish: Juvenil C), and U-14, (Spanish: Infantil A)) for both male and female athletes. In addition, there are separate team competitions.
Central American Race Walking Championships Wikipedia
Complete result list were published on the CADICA website. Results for the junior and youth competitions can be found on the World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH") webpage.
†: In 2013, some non-CADICA race walkers were invited to start out of competition. Luis Miguel Colón from Puerto Rico finished 2nd in 53:53, Jan Carlos Figueroa also from Puerto Rico finished 3rd in 55:53.
†: In 2012, Wilane Cuevas from Puerto Rico started out of competition and finished 1st in 57:09.
†: In 2014, Irmary Colon from Puerto Rico was the only competitor starting as a guest. She finished in 2:01:36.
†: In 2012, Sonia Irene Barrondo from Guatemala (aged 17) started out of competition and finished 2nd in 56:42.