1976 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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III South American Youth Championships in Athletics
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Host city Santiago, Chile Chile
Date(s) November 4-7
Level Youth
Participation about 168 athletes from
6 nations
Events 31

The 3rd South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Santiago, Chile from November 4-7, 1976.

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  Lincoln Neves (BRA) 11.1  Oswaldo Félix (BRA) 11.1  Felipe Gordillo (URU) 11.2
200 metres  José Luis Lozano (PER) 22.6  Oswaldo Félix (BRA) 23.0  Roberto Carter (CHI) 23.0
400 metres  Antônio Díaz Ferreira (BRA) 48.9  Arturo Merino (CHI) 50.9  José Peixoto (BRA) 51.6
800 metres  Antônio Díaz Ferreira (BRA) 1:54.3  Arturo Merino (CHI) 1:54.6  Julio Ruibert (ARG) 1:57.4
1500 metres  Cristián Castillo (CHI) 4:05.5  Roger Soler (PER) 4:05.8  Patricio Casassus (CHI) 4:06.2
1500 metres steeplechase  Cristián Castillo (CHI) 4:20.6  Luís Martins (BRA) 4:25.2  Fernando Marrón (ARG) 4:28.3
110 metres hurdles  José Luis Lozano (PER) 14.3  Felipe Edwards (CHI) 14.6  Sergio Faivovich (CHI) 14.8
300 metres hurdles  José Luis Lozano (PER) 39.2  Felipe Edwards (CHI) 40.0  Franklin Biancamano (BRA) 41.0
High Jump  Carlos Gambetta (ARG) 1.93  Víctor Migliaro (CHI) 1.90  Andrés Badoglio (ARG) 1.85
Pole Vault  Carlos da Silva (BRA) 3.80  Sebastián Hevia (CHI) 3.70  Enrique Goytizolo (PER) 3.60
Long Jump  Roberto Freitas (BRA) 6.50  Felipe Gordillo (URU) 6.43  Fernando Sancho (CHI) 6.39
Triple Jump  Luiz Favero (BRA) 14.20  Roberto Freitas (BRA) 13.60  Héctor Eguillor (ARG) 13.34
Shot Put  Gert Weil (CHI) 15.73  José Jara (CHI) 15.49  Roberto Olcese (ARG) 15.49
Discus Throw  Roberto Olcese (ARG) 48.66  José Jara (CHI) 44.20  Miro Ronac (PER) 41.22
Hammer Throw  Renzo Rossini (PER) 47.90  Andrés Albide (ARG) 46.62  Carlos Macedo (BRA) 45.72
Javelin Throw  Eduardo da Silva (BRA) 54.10  Juan Garmendia (ARG) 52.42  César da Costa (BRA) 51.86
Hexathlon  Aníbal Díaz (ARG) 3563  Juan Lagos (CHI) 3459  Hugo Giménez (ARG) 3367
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 42.9  Chile 43.7  Argentina 43.8
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:23.2  Chile 3:24.8  Peru 3:32.2

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Susana Perizzotti (ARG) 12.2  Adriana Pero (ARG) 12.3  Elizabeth Montesano (BRA) 12.5
200 metres  Susana Perizzotti (ARG) 25.0  Adriana Pero (ARG) 25.1  Pía Ábalos (CHI) 25.5
600 metres  Marcela López Espinosa (ARG) 1:33.1  Sandra Ferreira (BRA) 1:37.9  Daise de Oliveira (BRA) 1:39.3
80 metres hurdles  Susana Planas (ARG) 12.1  Patricia Deck (CHI) 12.2  Claudia Rodríguez (ARG) 12.2
High Jump  Ana Maria de Oliveira (BRA) 1.60  Julia Araya (CHI) 1.60  Lucilene Lonardoni (BRA) 1.55
Long Jump  Claudia Benavente (CHI) 5.36  Laura Rivarola (ARG) 5.36  Silvia Barchetta (ARG) 5.27
Shot Put  Patricia Guerrero (PER) 11.64  Maria Cabaleiro (BRA) 11.13  Cristina Madoz (ARG) 10.87
Discus Throw  Ana Gambacini (ARG) 37.52  Zulema Rivera (ARG) 37.34  Gloria Martínez (CHI) 34.58
Javelin Throw  Patricia Guerrero (PER) 44.60  Gladys Aguayo (CHI) 41.84  Neusa Trolezzi (BRA) 39.62
Pentathlon  Ana Maria de Oliveira (BRA) 3405  Lucilene Lonardoni (BRA) 3268  Julia Araya (CHI) 3259
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile 48.8  Brazil 49.0  Peru 50.1
4 x 400 metres relay  Argentina 3:56.8  Chile 3:59.2  Brazil 4:01.6

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 11 8 9 28
2  Argentina 9 6 10 25
3  Peru 6 1 4 11
4  Chile 5 15 7 27
5  Uruguay 0 1 1 2

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 168 athletes from about 6 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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