1972 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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IX South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Asunción, Paraguay Paraguay
Date(s) October 21-25
Level Junior
Participation about 194 athletes from
8 nations
Events 33

The 9th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Asunción, Paraguay from October 21-25, 1972.

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 194 athletes from about 8 countries: Argentina (40), Brazil (32), Chile (33), Colombia (22), Ecuador (6), Paraguay (24), Peru (22), Uruguay (15).

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  Welbe Barreto (BRA) 10.9  Ángel Guerrero (PAR) 11.1  Jorge Lobera (ARG) 11.1
200 metres  Delmo da Silva (BRA) 22.4  Welbe Barreto (BRA) 22.5  Diego Valencia (COL) 22.5
400 metres  Pedro Teixeira (BRA) 49.8  Francisco Bozzo (CHI) 50.6  Francisco Rojas (PAR) 50.9
800 metres  Ángel Holman (ARG) 1:58.6  Ary Pinto (BRA) 1:59.3  André Pereira (BRA) 2:00.2
1500 metres  Antonio Tello (ARG) 4:04.1  Jairo Correa (COL) 4:05.1  André Pereira (BRA) 4:05.7
3000 metres  Jairo Correa (COL) 8:58.6  Luis Tipán (ECU) 9:05.2  Carlos Soria (ECU) 9:08.7
1500 metres steeplechase  Germán Aranda (COL) 4:31.6  Roberto Assumpção (BRA) 4:34.9  Antonio Tello (ARG) 4:35.1
110 metres hurdles  Nicolás Rodillo (CHI) 16.3  Eduardo Sosa (ARG) 16.5  Rodolfo Iturraspe (ARG) 16.6
400 metres hurdles  Francisco Rojas (PAR) 53.9  Roberto Comisso (ARG) 57.5  Rodolfo Iturraspe (ARG) 58.6
High Jump  Milton Reis (BRA) 1.90  José Machado (BRA) 1.85  Daniel Abugattás (PER) 1.80
Pole Vault  Ernesto Koike (BRA) 4.00  Juan Rossetti (ARG) 3.70  Raúl Lyon (CHI) 3.70
Long Jump  Héctor Elizón (ARG) 6.90  Geraldo Rodrigues (BRA) 6.84  César Vega (PAR) 6.50
Triple Jump  João Carlos de Oliveira (BRA) 14.67  Rodney Gomes (BRA) 14.07  Carlos Arrastía (ARG) 13.98
Shot Put  Joaquim Pérez (CHI) 14.29  Humberto Vianna (BRA) 14.13  Carlos Castro (BRA) 13.33
Discus Throw  Edval Petrechen (BRA) 42.62  Oscar Attes (ARG) 38.62  Eduardo Galvão (BRA) 36.46
Hammer Throw  Francisco Pedro (ARG) 53.20  José Rangel (COL) 48.28  Jorge Maldonado (COL) 46.72
Javelin Throw  Dante Bertorello (ARG) 55.64  Humberto Vianna (BRA) 53.24  Adolfo Leyva (CHI) 53.20
Pentathlon*  Geraldo Rodrigues (BRA) 3653  Pablo Pérez (COL) 3518  Luis Betancourt (COL) 3460
4 x 100 metres relay  Colombia 43.3  Paraguay 43.4  Ecuador 43.9
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:26.3  Colombia 3:28.6  Argentina 3:31.3

* = another source[1] rather states: Hexathlon

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Leslie Cooper (CHI) 12.5  Carmela Bolívar (PER) 12.7  Ivete Barbosa (BRA) 13.0
200 metres  Carmela Bolívar (PER) 25.5  Hilda Javier (URU) 25.8  Ivete Barbosa (BRA) 26.2
400 metres  Carla Ramos (CHI) 59.4  Hilda Javier (URU) 59.5  Magaly Zumaeta (PER) 59.6
800 metres  Rosângela Verissimo (BRA) 2:21.0  Magaly Zumaeta (PER) 2:23.5  Carla Ramos (CHI) 2:23.6
100 metres hurdles  Edith Noeding (PER) 15.0  Elisa Barros (BRA) 16.0  Hildegard Krause (BRA) 16.0
High Jump  Catalina Recordón (CHI) 1.60  Cecilia Rossi (CHI) 1.50  Mónica Rodríguez (ARG) 1.45
Long Jump  Conceição Geremias (BRA) 5.86  Edith Noeding (PER) 5.63  Ana Desevici (URU) 5.42
Shot Put  Verônica Brunner (BRA) 12.28  Eucaris Echevarría (COL) 11.37  Soledad Jiménez (PER) 10.84
Discus Throw  Verônica Brunner (BRA) 36.28  Eucaris Echevarría (COL) 33.70  Gladys Sánchez (ARG) 32.20
Javelin Throw  María Rojas (CHI) 35.14  Asunción Figueroa (CHI) 34.20  Susana Sánchez (ARG) 34.18
Pentathlon  Edith Noeding (PER) 3432  Mirtha Fleitas (URU) 2957  Hildegard Krause (BRA) 2947
4 x 100 metres relay  Peru 49.4  Brazil 49.4  Argentina 49.9
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 4:08.0  Chile 4:11.5  Argentina 4:19.7


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 14 10 8 32
2  Chile 6 4 3 13
3  Argentina 5 4 11 20
4  Peru 4 3 3 10
5  Colombia 3 6 3 12
6  Paraguay 1 2 2 5
7  Uruguay 0 3 1 4
8  Ecuador 0 1 2 3


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 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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