1939 South American Championships in Athletics

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The 1939 South American Championships in Athletics were held in Lima, Peru. This edition marked the introduction of athletic events for women competitors.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres José de Assis
 Brazil
10.6 =CR Roberto Valenzuela
 Chile
10.8 Eulogio Higueras
 Peru
10.9
200 metres José de Assis
 Brazil
21.4 CR Roberto Valenzuela
 Chile
21.9 Jaime Slullitel
 Argentina
22.0
400 metres Sylvio Padilha
 Brazil
49.1 Antonio Cuba
 Peru
49.4 Raúl Muñoz
 Chile
49.6
800 metres Luis Espinoza
 Peru
1:55.6 Luis Elorga
 Argentina
1:56.3 Guillermo García
 Chile
1:56.3
1500 metres Miguel Castro
 Chile
3:57.6 CR Guillermo García
 Chile
3:58.6 Juan Herrera
 Argentina
4:01.8
3000 metres Miguel Castro
 Chile
8:42.4 CR Ubaldo Ibarra
 Argentina
8:44.0 Guillermo García
 Chile
8:48.2
5000 metres Miguel Castro
 Chile
15:06.0 Roger Ceballos
 Argentina
15:09.8 Ubaldo Ibarra
 Argentina
15:12.2
10000 metres Roger Ceballos
 Argentina
31:48.0 Raúl Ibarra
 Argentina
31:53.6 Ezequiel Bustamente
 Argentina
31:57.4
Road race Manuel Ramírez
 Chile
1:58:59 Julio Montecinos
 Chile
1:59:46 Segundo Rosas
 Chile
2:01:10
110 metres hurdles Alfredo Mendes
 Brazil
15.0 Mário da Cunha
 Brazil
15.6 Hélio Pereira
 Brazil
15.6
400 metres hurdles Sylvio Padilha
 Brazil
53.6 CR Marcelo Julca
 Peru
55.0 Roberto González
 Argentina
55.5
High jump Julio Mera
 Peru
1.85 Icaro Mello
 Brazil
1.85 Carlos Pinto
 Brazil
1.85
Pole vault Erwin Reimer
 Chile
3.85 Luís Taliberti
 Brazil
3.80 Fernando Montero
 Chile
3.80
Long jump Márcio de Oliveira
 Brazil
7.29 Guillermo Dyer
 Peru
7.25 Carlos Iturri
 Peru
6.97
Triple jump Oscar Bringas
 Peru
15.22 CR Néstor Tenorio
 Argentina
15.19 Carlos Pinto
 Brazil
14.40
Shot put Francisco Scabello
 Brazil
13.88 Karsten Brödersen
 Chile
13.59 Carmine Di Giorgio
 Brazil
13.55
Discus throw Bento Barros
 Brazil
44.47 CR Karsten Brödersen
 Chile
41.55 Antônio Giusfredi
 Brazil
41.39
Hammer throw Juan Fusé
 Argentina
49.77 Assis Naban
 Brazil
49.05 Antonio Barticevic
 Chile
47.74
Javelin throw Egon Falkenberg
 Brazil
62.84 CR Luís Pagliari
 Brazil
60.14 Oswaldo Wenzel
 Chile
58.85
Decathlon Juan Colín
 Chile
5932 João Rehder Netto
 Brazil
5887 Karsten Brödersen
 Chile
5862
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 42.1 CR  Chile 42.4  Argentina 42.4
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:19.0 CR  Argentina 3:19.8  Chile 3:20.2
3000 metres team race  Chile 10  Argentina 11  Brazil 33
Cross country Manuel Carreño
 Chile
49:56.0 Raúl Ibarra
 Argentina
50:16.6 Domingo Ticona
 Peru
50:23.4

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Carola Castro
 Ecuador
12.6 Lelia Spuhr
 Argentina
12.7 Julia Druskus
 Argentina
12.7
200 metres Lelia Spuhr
 Argentina
25.9 Carola Castro
 Ecuador
26.2 Lily Warch
 Chile
27.1
80 metres hurdles Sofía Dreyer
 Argentina
12.5 Rosa Marticorena
 Peru
13.1 Olga Tassi
 Argentina
13.1
High jump Ilse Barends
 Chile
1.45 Gabriela Sprenger
 Chile
1.45 Lelia Spuhr
 Argentina
1.45
Long jump Raquel Martínez
 Chile
5.13 Olga Tassi
 Argentina
5.12 Zoila Garcés
 Peru
4.80
Shot put Ruth Caro
 Argentina
11.22 Edith Klempau
 Chile
10.96 Kate Fastner
 Argentina
10.71
Discus throw María Boecke
 Chile
32.61 Ernestina Casaverde
 Peru
30.61 Edith Klempau
 Chile
28.98
Javelin throw Ruth Caro
 Argentina
36.85 Olga Merino
 Chile
31.91 Kate Fastner
 Argentina
30.28
4 x 100 metres relay  Argentina 49.5  Chile 50.8  Peru 50.9

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Chile 11 11 11 33
2  Brazil 11 6 6 23
3  Argentina 7 10 11 28
4  Peru 3 5 5 13
5  Ecuador 1 1 0 2

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