2014 Dutch Caribbean Age Group Championships2014 Dutch Caribbean Age Group Championships is a championship for young Track & Field athletes of the islands of the Dutch Kingdom. In 2014 there were 5 of the Dutch Caribbean islands competing. Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Surinam and Sint Maarten. They compete in different events and the athlete with the overall most points will be declared the winner. There are two age groups, they are 11–12 years (Pentathlon) and 13–14 years (Heptathlon).This year was the first year that Surinam took part of the Dutch Caribbean Age Group Championships. A total of 33 Athletes took part of the Championship this year. A total of 14 Championship Records were broken at the 2014 Championships.
Wuill Vrolijk, Jahleel Heemstadt Toni-Lisa Brown, Trevor Farro and Aureen Lampe of Aruba, Jaden Bernabela of Curaçao and Leshawn Brown of Sint Maarten were the only athletes coming back from the 2012 Dutch Caribbean Age Group Championships from the U-13 Category.
Aruba won all Gold Medals in the U-15 Girls Category for the second time. It was the first time Surinam took part of the championship. Curaçao Won overall Team and Overall in Medal Count and has the highest Count in total Gold Medals. A grand total of 14 Records new records were recorded in this event
EventsThe Pentathlon consist of a total of 5 different events. These events are 60 metres, Long Jump, High Jump, Baseball throw and 800 metres (for the girls) and 1000 metres (for the boys).
The Heptathlon consist of a total of 7 different events. These events are 80 metres, Long Jump, High Jump, Baseball throw, shot put, 80 metres hurdles (for the girls), 80 metres hurdles and 1000 metres (for the girls) and 1200 metres (for the boys).
Aruba Team 1
Pentathlon: Chrisma Laquirre, Dylan Ashby, Denise Brouwer and Eugeney Rosaria.
Heptathlon: Wuill Vrolijk, Jahleel Heemstadt Toni-Lisa Brown and Aureen Lampe
Aruba Team 2
Pentathlon: Beau Broekhart, Aimar Erasmus, Jaycee Espinal and Raylin Geerman.
Heptathlon: Trevor Farro, Tyrell Wanga, Davenka Duncan and Naomi Richardson
Pentathlon: Quincy Sambre, Suehandric Paulina, Nashwena Jonge and Joanna Benita.
Heptathlon: Aldrich Jack, Jaden Bernabella, Nasya Ramirez and Rishmilady Feliciana.
Heptathlon: Leshawn Brown and Quair Hodge
Pentathlon: Ivery van Niel and Kimberly Koffie
Heptathlon: Mishair Wanga and Hermes Reyes.
Pentathlon: Jair Soekhal and Djelany Belfort.
Heptathlon: Merugia Belfort.