1977 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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IV South American Youth Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Brazil
Date(s) July 22-24
Level Youth
Participation about 202 athletes from
8 nations
Events 33

The 4th South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from July 22-24, 1977.

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 (wind: +1.0 m/s)  Sérgio Modroka (BRA) 11.23  Alfredo Sancho (CHI) 11.29  Nelson Mann (VEN) 11.31
200 metres  Jesús Machuca (VEN) 22.6  Héctor Fernández (CHI) 22.8  Reinaldo Rey (VEN) 23.0
400 metres  Raúl Martínez (VEN) 50.66  José Obispo (VEN) 50.76  Daniel Orlando (ARG) 51.20
800 metres  Humberto Oliveira (BRA) 1:57.9  Fernando Gil (BRA) 1:58.0  José Obispo (VEN) 1:58.2
1500 metres  Paulo Damasceno (BRA) 4:01.2  Carlos Alves (BRA) 4:01.8  Alfredo Decalles (VEN) 4:02.1
1500 metres steeplechase  Carlos Alves (BRA) 4:20.9  Alejandro Duniec (ARG) 4:24.9  Osvaldo Lezcano (PAR) 4:25.7
110 metres hurdles  Tomás de Alencar (BRA) 15.04  Sidney dos Santos (BRA) 15.25  Sergio Faivovich (CHI) 15.32
300 metres hurdles  Sidney dos Santos (BRA) 40.0  Ricardo Pedrotti (ARG) 40.6  Javier Olivar (URU) 40.7
High Jump  Carlos Gambetta (ARG) 1.92  Juan Gallardo (CHI) 1.87  Jorge Archanjo (BRA) 1.84
Pole Vault  Cristián Barriu (CHI) 3.75  Marcelo Cibié (CHI) 3.70  Jorge Drika (VEN) 3.60
Long Jump  Carlos Gambetta (ARG) 6.77  Paulo Silva (BRA) 6.71  João Batista Dias (BRA) 6.61
Triple Jump  Daniel Bonazola (ARG) 14.05  Oscar Diesel (PAR) 13.31  Marcelo Moraes (BRA) 13.04
Shot Put  João Lima (BRA) 15.77  Luis Spahn (ARG) 14.84  Roberto Malatesta (ARG) 14.46
Discus Throw  Miro Ronac (PER) 49.40  Miguel Rojas (VEN) 45.88  João Paulo Cunha (BRA) 44.08
Hammer Throw  Pedro Rivail Atílio (BRA) 51.06  Rogério Karpinski (BRA) 50.94  Luis Spahn (ARG) 50.20
Javelin Throw  Alejandro Gordillo (ARG) 55.74  André Vianna (BRA) 52.42  Raimundo Molaya (VEN) 51.92
Hexathlon  Daniel Pollo (ARG) 3720  Jorge García (ARG) 3700  Adolfo Marín (PAR) 3609
4 x 100 metres relay  Venezuela
Reinaldo Key
Nelson Mann
Ángel Román
Jesús Machuca
43.0  Chile
Alfredo Sancho
Luis Lagos
Roberto
Héctor Fernández
43.4  Brazil
Marcos Okamoto
Sérgio Modroka
Etore
Albira
43.5
4 x 400 metres relay  Venezuela
José Obispo
Pedro Martínez
Antonio Rivas
Raúl Martínez
3:25.4  Brazil
Sidney dos Santos
Tomás de Alencar
Marcio Gonzaga
Carlos Santos
3:26.8  Chile
Guillermo García
Héctor Fernández
Sergio Cárdenas
Luis Lagos
3:29.2

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Carla Herencia (CHI) 12.21  Beatriz Capotosto (ARG) 12.29  Adriana Pero (ARG) 12.33
200 metres  Sueli Machado (BRA) 24.95  Carla Herencia (CHI) 25.39  Simone Santos (BRA) 25.42
400 metres  Sueli Machado (BRA) 55.55  Marcela López Espinosa (ARG) 55.89  Cecilia Rodríguez (CHI) 58.67
800 metres  Marcela López Espinosa (ARG) 2:14.1  Sandra Ferreira (BRA) 2:16.2  Mónica Regonessi (CHI) 2:16.2
80 metres hurdles  Juraciara da Silva (BRA) 12.38  Priscilla Sautchuck (BRA) 12.68  Claudia Benavente (CHI) 12.85
High Jump  Evelyn Jabiles (PER) 1.70  Linda Spenst (BOL) 1.68  Lucilene Lonardoni (BRA) 1.66
Long Jump  Evelyn Jabiles (PER) 5.44  Silvia Barchetta (ARG) 5.36  Marisa Batista (BRA) 5.33
Shot Put  Patricia Guerrero (PER) 12.29  Cristina Madoz (ARG) 10.96  Sandra Vázquez (CHI) 10.72
Discus Throw  Alejandra Bevacqua (ARG) 37.02  Graciela Scaglia (ARG) 35.40  Márcia Barbosa (BRA) 34.92
Javelin Throw  Patricia Guerrero (PER) 44.06  Gladys Aguayo (CHI) 41.82  Alejandra Valenzuela (CHI) 36.74
Pentathlon  Lucilene Lonardoni (BRA) 3500  Ana Maria de Oliveira (BRA) 3346  Adriana Freiberg (ARG) 3124
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Lindalva Ferreira
Simone Santos
Maria do Carmo
Sueli Machado
47.66  Chile
Claudia Benavente
Pía Ábalos
María Labarca
Carla Herencia
49.02  Argentina
Adriana Pero
Gabriela Kiczka
Silvia Barchetta
Beatriz Capotosto
49.06
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Antonia Mainart
Ilza Telles
Sandra Ferreira
Sueli Machado
3:50.6  Argentina
Alejandra Vives
Viviana Brossard
Silvia Augsburger
Marcela López
3:52.1  Chile
María Labarca
Pía Ábalos
Cecilia Rodríguez
Mónica Regonesi
3:57.7

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 14 10 9 33
2  Argentina 7 10 6 23
3  Peru 5 0 0 5
4  Venezuela 4 2 6 12
5  Chile 2 8 8 18
6  Paraguay 0 1 2 3
7  Bolivia 0 1 0 1
8  Uruguay 0 0 1 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 202 athletes from about 8 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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