1974 South American Championships in Athletics

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The 1974 South American Championships in Athletics were held in Santiago, Chile.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Rui da Silva
 Brazil
10.5 Jesús Rico
 Venezuela
10.5 José Chacín
 Venezuela
10.6
200 metres Rui da Silva
 Brazil
21.2 Erick Phillips
 Venezuela
21.5 Víctor Patínez
 Venezuela
21.7
400 metres Víctor Patínez
 Venezuela
46.6 Erick Phillips
 Venezuela
46.8 Pedro Teixeira
 Brazil
48.1
800 metres Héctor López
 Venezuela
1:50.4 Darcy Pereira
 Brazil
1:50.6 Reinel Suárez
 Colombia
1:51.6
1500 metres José González
 Venezuela
3:48.8 Darcy Pereira
 Brazil
3:51.2 Omar Amdematten
 Argentina
3:52.6
5000 metres Edmundo Warnke
 Chile
14:17.6 Jairo Correa
 Colombia
14:22.4 José Romão Silva
 Brazil
14:22.8
10000 metres Jairo Correa
 Colombia
29:27.3 Edmundo Warnke
 Chile
29:32.8 Jairo Cubillos
 Colombia
30:25.6
Marathon José Ramírez (athlete)
 Chile
2:30:42 Gilberto Cerna
 Colombia
2:32:27 Orides Alves
 Brazil
2:34:46
3000 metres steeplechase José González
 Venezuela
8:59.4 CR Jorge Grosser
 Chile
9:00.0 Lucirio Garrido
 Venezuela
9:01.2
110 metres hurdles Oscar Marín
 Venezuela
14.6 Márcio Lomónaco
 Brazil
14.9 Roberto Gonzáles
 Peru
15.0
400 metres hurdles Francisco Rojas
 Paraguay
52.1 Dorival Negrisoli
 Brazil
53.1 Santiago Gordon
 Chile
53.5
High jump Luis Arbulú
 Peru
2.06 CR Luis Barrionuevo
 Argentina
2.06 Roberto Abugattás
 Peru
2.03
Pole vault Ciro Valdés
 Colombia
4.40 Luis Cárdenas
 Peru
4.20 Tulio Moya
 Chile
4.00
Long jump Emilio Mazzeo
 Argentina
7.29 Ronaldo Lobato
 Brazil
7.21 João Carlos de Oliveira
 Brazil
7.17
Triple jump João Carlos de Oliveira
 Brazil
16.34 =CR Nelson Prudêncio
 Brazil
16.09 Edgar Moreno
 Venezuela
15.16
Shot put Juan Turri
 Argentina
17.09 CR Nelson Fernandes
 Brazil
15.96 José Carreño
 Venezuela
15.81
Discus throw Hernán Haddad
 Chile
47.12 José Jacques
 Brazil
46.56 Esteban Drapich
 Argentina
46.52
Hammer throw Darwin Piñeyrúa
 Uruguay
62.99 CR José Vallejo
 Argentina
61.55 Celso de Moraes
 Brazil
59.34
Javelin throw Mario Sotomayor
 Colombia
68.86 Paulo de Faría
 Brazil
66.04 Humberto Vianna
 Brazil
65.32
Decathlon Ramón Montezuma
 Venezuela
7000 Tito Steiner
 Argentina
6964 Alfredo Silva
 Chile
6772
20 kilometres road walk Adalberto Scorza
 Argentina
1:46:24 CR Rito Molina
 Argentina
1:48:27 Antonio Moraga
 Colombia
1:49:00
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 40.3  Venezuela 40.7  Argentina 41.1
4 x 400 metres relay  Venezuela 3:10.7 CR  Argentina 3:12.7  Chile 3:12.8

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Conceição Geremias
 Brazil
12.1 Elsy Rivas
 Colombia
12.1 Belkis Fava
 Argentina
12.1
200 metres Elsy Rivas
 Colombia
24.1 Ángela Godoy
 Argentina
24.7 Conceição Geremias
 Brazil
24.7
400 metres Eucaris Caicedo
 Colombia
56.1 Adriana Marchena
 Venezuela
57.0 Rosângela Verissimo
 Brazil
57.1
800 metres Ana María Nielsen
 Argentina
2:11.9 CR Rosângela Verissimo
 Brazil
2:12.6 Carmen Oyé
 Chile
2:13.9
1500 metres Carmen Oyé
 Chile
4:32.1 CR Ana María Nielsen
 Argentina
4:33.5 Iris Fernández
 Argentina
4:41.7
100 metres hurdles Edith Noeding
 Peru
13.9 CR Elisabeth Nunes
 Brazil
14.4 Maria Luisa Betioli
 Brazil
15.0
High jump Maria Luisa Betioli
 Brazil
1.75 CR Edith Noeding
 Peru
1.65 Beatriz Bonfim
 Brazil
1.65
Long jump Elisabeth Nunes
 Brazil
6.06 CR Conceição Geremias
 Brazil
6.03 Edith Noeding
 Peru
5.91
Shot put Rosa Molina
 Chile
14.93 CR Maria Boso
 Brazil
13.99 Miriam Yutronic
 Chile
13.23
Discus throw Miriam Yutronic
 Chile
49.36 CR Odete Domingos
 Brazil
48.22 Gladys Ortega
 Argentina
42.90
Javelin throw Gladys González
 Venezuela
49.86 CR Ana María Campillay
 Argentina
43.18 Verónica Díaz
 Chile
42.46
Pentathlon Edith Noeding
 Peru
4170 Elisabeth Nunes
 Brazil
3975 Maria Luisa Betioli
 Brazil
3741
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 47.3  Peru 47.5  Venezuela 47.8
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:47.4 CR  Chile 3:54.0  Venezuela 3:55.0

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 9 15 11 35
2  Venezuela 8 5 7 20
3  Chile 6 3 7 16
4  Colombia 5 3 3 11
5  Argentina 4 8 6 18
6  Peru 3 3 3 9
7  Uruguay 1 0 0 1
7  Paraguay 1 0 0 1

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