1975 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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II South American Youth Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Quito, Ecuador Ecuador
Date(s) November 8-11
Main stadium Estadio Atahualpa
Level Youth
Participation about 212 athletes from
7 nations
Events 31

The 2nd South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Quito, Ecuador, at the Estadio Atahualpa between November 8-11, 1975.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published for boys[2] and girls.[3] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4] All results are marked as "affected by altitude" (A), because the stadium in Quito is located at 2,780 metres above sea level.

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Pedro da Silveira (BRA) 10.6A  Rolando Satler (ARG) 10.8A  Romache Fisher (BRA) 10.8A
200 metres  Cristián Schwitzer (CHI) 22.4A  Pedro da Silveira (BRA) 22.4A  Eduardo Oscar de Brito (ARG) 22.7A
400 metres  Antônio Díaz Ferreira (BRA) 50.3A  José de Oliveira (BRA) 50.5A  Julio Salguero (ECU) 50.9A
800 metres  Manuel Alamuza (COL) 2:01.5A  Rubén Cid (ARG) 2:01.7A  José Molina (COL) 2:05.4A
1500 metres  Carlos Aranda (COL) 4:12.3A  Benito Baranda (CHI) 4:15.4A  Jorge Cardona (COL) 4:16.9A
1500 metres steeplechase  Héctor Páramo (COL) 4:39.6A  Jorge Cardona (COL) 4:42.9A  Benito Baranda (CHI) 4:46.5A
110 metres hurdles  José Luis Lozano (PER) 14.7A  Luis Maletto (ARG) 14.8A  Luís Albieri (BRA) 14.8A
300 metres hurdles  Homero Gomes (BRA) 39.7A  José Luis Lozano (PER) 39.9A  Alfredo Edwards (CHI) 40.2A
High Jump  Oscar Rocha (COL) 1.90A  Rodrigo de la Fuente (CHI) 1.90A  Carli Guerra (CHI) 1.90A
Pole Vault  Daniel Mazzucco (ARG) 3.80A  Osvaldo Armentano (BRA) 3.70A  Sebastián Hevia (CHI) 3.60A
Long Jump  Roberto Bobadilla (ECU) 6.70A  Nicolás Pautt (COL) 6.32A  Claudio Lippi (ARG) 6.27A
Triple Jump  Germán Romañach (ARG) 14.51A  Nicolás Pautt (COL) 14.18A  João Luiz da Fonseca (BRA) 13.28A
Shot Put  Carlos Pollo (ARG) 16.66A  Hugo Del Sueldo (ARG) 15.78A  Moacyr Amaral (BRA) 14.82A
Discus Throw  Roberto Martínez (ARG) 47.52A  Antônio Cunha (BRA) 46.36A  Carlos Rossi (ARG) 43.60A
Hammer Throw  Alberto Núñez (ARG) 54.92A  Ricardo dos Santos (BRA) 54.80A  Gilberto Silva (BRA) 53.60A
Javelin Throw  Gerardo Martina (ARG) 54.42A  João Soares (BRA) 52.10A  Roberto Tegmeier (CHI) 50.12A
Hexathlon  Daniel Angheleri (ARG) 3494A  Carlos Cavallero (ARG) 3423A  Pablo Vicuña (CHI) 3308A
4 x 100 metres relay  Peru
Luis Chirinos
José Lozano
Jesús Ratto
José Luis Valverde
42.6A  Brazil
Antônio Lima
Antônio dos Santos
Romache Fisher
Pedro da Silveira
42.8A  Chile
Juan De La Motte
Alfredo Edwards Rossi
Jaime Viveros
Cristián Schweitzer
43.1A
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Rafael Corrêa
José de Oliveira
Antônio Lima
Antônio Díaz Ferreira
3:27.3A  Colombia
E. Mendoza
R. Riascos
Victor Pérez
Jaime Gómez
3:28.1A  Ecuador
Gino Rommo
Harry Pérez
Héctor Jativa
Julio Salguero
3:31.2A

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Esmeralda Garcia (BRA) 11.7A  Susana Perizzotti (ARG) 11.9A  Paz Ábalos (CHI) 12.1A
200 metres  Susana Perizzotti (ARG) 24.1A  Maria Amorim (BRA) 24.5A  Esmeralda Garcia (BRA) 24.5A
600 metres  Mara Führmann (BRA) 1:41.3A  Ena Guevara (PER) 1:41.4A  Sonia Nerpiti (ARG) 1:42.7A
80 metres hurdles  Carolina Cox (CHI) 12.1A  Susana Planas (ARG) 12.3A  Emérita Arboleda (COL) 12.6A
High Jump  Julia Araya (CHI) 1.62A  Mónica Boeck (PER) 1.62A  Laura Inés Ragas (ARG) 1.62A
Long Jump  Miriam Rojas (COL) 5.56A  Roxana Pereña (ARG) 5.45A  Graciela Rampello (ARG) 5.42A
Shot Put  Elida Mabeline (BRA) 11.77A  Patricia Guerrero (PER) 11.64A  Denise Zen (BRA) 11.02A
Discus Throw  Elida Mabeline (BRA) 36.16A  Maira Parks (PER) 35.82A  Janeth Tenorio (COL) 35.80A
Javelin Throw  Maria Cavalheiro (BRA) 37.12A  Olga Verissimo (BRA) 36.76A  Patricia Guerrero (PER) 35.26A
Pentathlon  Rosemarie Boeck (PER) 3642A  Norma Rogatky (ARG) 3443A  Laura Keitel (CHI) 3149A
4 x 100 metres relay  Argentina
Maria Elvira Fernández
Adriana Freiberg
Adriana Calvo
Susana Perizzotti
47.9A  Brazil
Barbara do Nascimento
Rosemary Heller
Esmeralda Garcia
Maria Amorim
48.1A  Chile
Paz Ábalos
Bernardita Ábalos
 ?
Carolina Cox
48.4A
4 x 400 metres relay  Chile
Paz Ábalos
Bernardita Ábalos
C. Palacios
Georgina Quiroz
4:00.5A  Brazil
Maria Ferreira
Marlene Schubert
Mara Führmann
Ionide Cruz
4:01.2A  Argentina
Maria Elvira Fernández
Sonia Nerpiti
Elba Labatte
Rosana Pereña
4:03.7A

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 9 11 7 27
2  Argentina 9 9 7 25
3  Colombia 5 4 4 13
4  Chile 4 2 10 16
5 Peru Perú 3 5 1 9
6  Ecuador 1 0 2 3

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4] An unofficial count yields the number of about 212 athletes from about 7 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Primera de oro para Colombia en atletismo (in Spanish), El Tiempo, November 10, 1975, p. 18 (original page no.: 6C), retrieved November 1, 2012 
  2. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (BOYS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (GIRLS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 11, 2011 

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