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Shonel Ferguson (born November 6, 1957 in Nassau) is a former track and field athlete from the Bahamas, who competed in the women's sprint and long jump events during her career. She is a three-time Olympian (1976, 1984 and 1988). Ferguson was inducted into the Bahamas
Bahamas
Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1993.[1] References[edit]

^ Coakley, Andrew (2007-01-16). "Bahamian Track and Field Hall of Fame to be revitalised?". Freeport News. Archived from the original on 2012-03-06. 

External links[edit]

Shonel Ferguson profile at IAAF Profile

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Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games
champions in women's long jump

1934:  Phyllis Bartholomew (ENG) 1938:  Decima Norman (AUS) 1950:  Yvette Williams (NZL) 1954:  Yvette Williams (NZL) 1958:  Sheila Hoskin (ENG) 1962:  Pam Kilborn (AUS) 1966:  Mary Rand (ENG) 1970:  Sheila Sherwood (ENG) 1974:  Modupe Oshikoya (NGR) 1978:  Sue Reeve (ENG) 1982:  Shonel Ferguson (BAH) 1986:  Joyce Oladapo (ENG) 1990:  Jane Flemming (AUS) 1994:  Nicole Boegman (AUS) 1998:  Joanne Wise (ENG) 2002:  Elva Goulbourne (JAM) 2006:  Bronwyn Thompson (AUS) 2010:  Alice Falaiye (CAN) 2014:  Ese Brume (NGR) 2018:  Christabel Nettey (CAN)

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Central American and Caribbean Games champions in women's long jump

1962: Bertha Díaz (CUB) 1966: Irene Martínez (CUB) 1970 – 1974: Marcia Garbey (CUB) 1978: Shonel Ferguson (BAH) 1982–1986: Eloína Echevarría (CUB) 1990–1993: Niurka Montalvo (CUB) 1998: Flora Hyacinth (ISV) 2002: María Espencer (DOM) 2006: Yudelkis Fernández (CUB) 2010: Rhonda Watkins (TRI) 2014: Chantel Malone
Chantel Malone
(BVI)

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US National Championship winners in women's long jump

1923–1979 Amateur Athletic Union

1923: Helen Dinnehey 1924: Dorothy Walsh 1925: Helen Filkey 1926: Nellie Todd 1927: Eleanor Egg 1928: Elta Cartwright 1929: Nellie Todd 1930: Stella Walsh 1931: Babe Didrikson 1932: Nellie Todd 1933: Genevieve Valvoda 1934: Not held 1935: Etta Tate 1936: Mable Smith 1937–8: Lula Hymes 1939: Stella Walsh (POL) * Lula Mae Hymes 1940–41: Stella Walsh (POL) * Lucy Newell 1942–45: Stella Walsh (POL) * Rowena Harrison 1946: Stella Walsh (POL) * Lillian Young 1947: Lillie Purifoy 1948: Stella Walsh (POL) * Lillian Young 1949–50: Mabel Landry 1951: Stella Walsh (POL) * Nancy Phillips 1952–3: Mabel Landry 1954–5: Nancy Phillips 1956–9: Margaret Mathews 1960–2: Willye White 1963: Edith McGuire 1964–6: Willye White 1967: Pat Connolly 1968–70: Willye White 1971: Kim Attlesey 1972: Willye White 1973–75: Martha Watson 1976: Kathy McMillan 1977–8: Jodi Anderson 1979: Kathy McMillan

1980–1992 The Athletics Congress

1980–1: Jodi Anderson 1982–3: Carol Lewis 1984: Shonel Ferguson (BAH) 1985–6: Carol Lewis 1987: Jackie Joyner-Kersee 1988: Sheila Echols 1989: Claire Connor 1990–2: Jackie Joyner-Kersee

1993–present USA Track & Field

1993–6OT: Jackie Joyner-Kersee 1997–8: Marion Jones 1999: Dawn Burrell 2000OT: Marion Jones 2001: Jenny Adams 2002: Brianna Glenn 2003: Grace Upshaw 2004OT: Marion Jones 2005: Grace Upshaw 2006: Rose Richmond 2007: Grace Upshaw 2008OT–12OT: Brittney Reese 2013: Janay DeLoach Soukup 2014: Brittney Reese 2015: Tianna Bartoletta 2016OT: Brittney Reese 2017: Tianna Bartoletta

Notes

OT: Since 1992, championships incorporated the Olympic Trials in Olympic years, otherwise held as a discrete event.

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