1960 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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II South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Santiago, Chile Chile
Date(s) April 30-May 1
Level Junior
Participation about 74 athletes from
3 nations
Events 18

The second South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Santiago, Chile from April 30-May 1, 1960.

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1] An unofficial count yields the number of about 74 athletes from about 3 countries: Argentina (25), Chile (30), Peru (19).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published for men[2] and women[3] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Juan Stocker (ARG) 11.0  Iván Moreno (CHI) 11.2  Gerardo Di Tolla (PER) 11.2
200 metres  Juan Stocker (ARG) 21.9  Iván Moreno (CHI) 22.6  Gerardo Di Tolla (PER) 22.7
400 metres  Juan Carlos Dyrzka (ARG) 49.3  Mario Gastelú (PER) 50.0  Hugo Starosta (ARG) 50.5
800 metres  Eduardo Scamarone (PER) 2:00.6  Jaime Vega (CHI) 2:01.2  Magno Rojas (PER) 2:01.4
1500 metres  Daniel Cortez (CHI) 4:13.1  Johan Keller (CHI) 4:14.2  Oscar Gorrachategui (ARG) 4:15.6
3000 metres  Daniel Cortez (CHI) 9:21.8  Oscar Gorrachategui (ARG) 9:22.0  Jorge Cotril (CHI) 9:22.5
110 metres hurdles  Juan Carlos Dyrzka (ARG) 15.3  José Cavero (PER) 15.7  Raúl Tapia (CHI) 16.3
400 metres hurdles  Juan Carlos Dyrzka (ARG) 54.6  José Cavero (PER) 55.3  Mario Gastelú (PER) 55.4
High Jump  Ricardo Marrachi (CHI) 1.75  Augusto Castro (CHI) 1.75  Julio Verno (ARG) 1.75
Pole Vault  Luis Meza (CHI) 3.90  Ramón Oliva (CHI) 3.60  Gabriel Barceló (CHI) 3.50
Long Jump  Sergio Corvacho (CHI) 6.60  Julián Méndez (ARG) 6.49  Víctor Rojas (ARG) 6.37
Triple Jump  Iván Moreno (CHI) 14.30  Alfredo Salazar (PER) 14.22  Sergio Corvacho (CHI) 13.60
Shot Put  Horacio Beluardo (ARG) 14.75  Luis Bustamente (CHI) 13.96  Patricio Deen (CHI) 13.30
Discus Throw  Horacio Beluardo (ARG) 52.06  Manuel Consiglieri (PER) 44.17  Juan Chivilikean (ARG) 43.58
Hammer Throw  Pablo Silva (CHI) 47.70  Héctor Núñez (CHI) 47.35  Adalberto Rossi (ARG) 43.30
Javelin Throw  Ian Barney (ARG) 54.73  Werne Wich (CHI) 54.42  Daniel Soto (CHI) 48.94
4 x 100 metres relay  Argentina 42.3  Chile 42.5  Peru 43.2
4 x 400 metres relay  Argentina 3:21.5  Peru 3:24.3  Chile 3:28.6


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Argentina 10 2 6 18
2  Chile 7 10 7 24
3  Peru 1 6 5 12


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 1, 2011 
  2. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (MEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (WOMEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011 

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