1973 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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I South American Youth Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina Argentina
Date(s) November 2-4
Level Youth
Participation about 182 athletes from
7 nations
Events 31

The 1st South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina from November 2-4, 1973.

Medal summary[edit]

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

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Rogério Brito (BRA) 11.5  Javier Brasich (ARG) 11.8  Osvaldo Scovena (ARG) 11.9
200 metres  Javier Brasich (ARG) 24.2  Rogério Brito (BRA) 24.3  Néstor Darwich (ARG) 24.8
400 metres  Aníbal Lanz (ARG) 50.9  Patricio Proano (BRA) 51.4  Rodrigo Garcês (CHI) 51.4
800 metres  Arturo Zamorano (CHI) 2:05.8  Volney Silva (BRA) 2:06.4  Juan Holman (ARG) 2:08.5
1500 metres  Juan Holman (ARG) 4:18.4  Octavio O'Neill (CHI) 4:18.4  Alfredo Rufin (CHI) 4:20.4
1500 metres steeplechase  Octavio O'Neill (CHI) 4:34.9  Sérgio Soares (BRA) 4:42.9  Santiago Melo (CHI) 4:44.0
110 metres hurdles  Guillermo Assandri (ARG) 15.8  Gerardo Fassi (ARG) 15.9  Max Sommerfeld (PER) 16.3
300 metres hurdles  Guillermo Assandri (ARG) 39.7  Rodrigo Garcês (CHI) 39.8  Mauricio Besteiro (ARG) 40.2
High Jump  Gilberto Lima (BRA) 1.88  Rubén Osorio (PAR) 1.88  Roberto Amadori (CHI) 1.85
Pole Vault  Fernando Ruocco (URU) 3.45  Raúl Anadón (ARG) 3.31  Rubén Osorio (PAR) 3.24
Long Jump  Hugo Martínez (PAR) 6.73w  Morita Yoshiyoki (BRA) 6.61w  Ricardo Jaureguiberry (ARG) 6.61w
Triple Jump  Lucivaldo Romano (BRA) 13.43  Ivan Ferreira (BRA) 13.34  Hugo Martínez (PAR) 13.03
Shot Put  Armando de Zorzi (BRA) 17.37  Ramón Ángel Garmendia (ARG) 14.50  Ricardo Gevert (CHI) 14.26
Discus Throw  Ricardo Gevert (CHI) 48.48  Armando de Zorzi (BRA) 45.60  Luis Fernández (PER) 41.60
Hammer Throw  Armando de Zorzi (BRA) 63.16  Jorge Iguri (ARG) 54.88  Aldo Cangiani (ARG) 46.98
Javelin Throw  Ramón Ángel Garmendia (ARG) 51.88  Harald Glocker (PER) 50.60  Ricardo Gevert (CHI) 46.82
Hexathlon  Gilmar dos Santos (BRA) 3522  Héctor Bottegoni (ARG) 3303  Jorge Ratto (PER) 3272
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
F. Ferreira
Katsuhiko Nakaya
José Silva
Rogério Brito
44.3  Argentina
A. Ugolini
Osvaldo Scovena
Néstor Darwich
Javier Brasich
44.6  Chile
Cristian Rodríguez
J. Arguello
G. Huete
E. Cox
45.2
4 x 400 metres relay  Argentina
Mauricio Besteiro
Guillermo Assandri
Marcelo Leguizamón
Aníbal Lanz
3:30.6  Paraguay
G. Sayas
Ramon Migliorisi
Ángel Bogado
Ricardo Derene
3:31.3  Chile
Hugo Vicuña
Rodrigo Garcés
Arturo Zamorano
G. Huete
3:32.6

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Carmela Bolívar (PER) 13.0  Ivonne Neddermann (ARG) 13.2  Adriana Vives (ARG) 13.3
200 metres  Carmela Bolívar (PER) 26.4  Adriana Vives (ARG) 26.6  Ivonne Neddermann (ARG) 27.5
400 metres  Rita Femia (ARG) 59.7  Carina Müller (ARG) 60.0  Oriana Salas (CHI) 60.3
80 metres hurdles  Simone Krauthausen (PER) 12.3  Lilian Esperjesi (ARG) 13.0  Gloria Barturen (CHI) 13.2
High Jump  Mónica Rodríguez (ARG) 1.59  Simone Krauthausen (PER) 1.59  Sonia Oliveira (BRA) 1.57
Long Jump  Ivonne Neddermann (ARG) 5.69  Simone Krauthausen (PER) 5.51  Gloria Barturen (CHI) 5.48
Shot Put  Verônica Brunner (BRA) 12.79  Fulvia Banegas (PAR) 10.38  Liliana López (ARG) 10.25
Discus Throw  Verônica Brunner (BRA) 34.86  Melita Schusller (CHI) 32.26  Liliana López (ARG) 30.74
Javelin Throw  Hannelise Illman (PER) 35.50  Laura Deguiz (ARG) 35.50  Miriam Ibarra (PAR) 34.62
Pentathlon  Rosemarie Boeck (PER) 3393  Liliana Sistarz (ARG) 3271  Miriam Gajardo (CHI) 3028
4 x 100 metres relay  Argentina
Hilda Capello
Carina Müller
Adriana Vives
Ivonne Neddermann
48.5  Peru
Hortencia Sala
Simone Krauthausen
Martha Fernández
Carmela Bolivár
49.2  Chile
Carolina Cox
Teresa Sanfurgo
D. Fernández
Paz Ábalos
49.8
4 x 400 metres relay  Argentina
Hilda Capello
Rita Femia
Susana Szeckman
Irma Quatrocchi
4:02.7  Chile
E. Álvarez
Oriana Salas
Consuelo Moreno
Gretel Rogers
4:03.6  Brazil
M. Milanes
Tânia Bernardes
Rosângela Nascimento
Miriam da Silva
4:13.1

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Argentina 12 13 10 35
2  Brazil 9 7 3 19
3 Peru Perú 5 4 3 12
4  Chile 3 4 12 19
5  Paraguay 1 3 3 7
6  Uruguay 1 0 0 1

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[3] An unofficial count yields the number of about 182 athletes from about 7 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (BOYS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  2. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (GIRLS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  3. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 11, 2011 

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