1981 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XIV South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Brazil
Date(s) October 15-18
Level Junior
Participation about 189 athletes from
9 nations
Events 36

The 14th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from October 15-18, 1981.

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1] An unofficial count yields the number of about 189 athletes from about 9 countries: Argentina (42), Brazil (50), Chile (37), Colombia (12), Ecuador (1), Paraguay (6), Peru (2), Uruguay (10), Venezuela (29).

Medal summary[edit]

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

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  João da Silva (BRA) 10.5  Hugo Alzamora (ARG) 10.6  Enrique Tapia (CHI) 10.7
200 metres  João da Silva (BRA) 20.7  Antonio Gómez (VEN) 21.6  Hugo Alzamora (ARG) 21.6
400 metres  Pablo Squella (CHI) 47.9  Oswaldo Zea (VEN) 48.1  Luis Romero Lizardi (VEN) 48.9
800 metres  Luís Borges (BRA) 1:51.2  Luis Romero Lizardi (VEN) 1:51.4  Pablo Squella (CHI) 1:51.6
1500 metres  José Castillo (VEN) 3:54.2  Ángel Figueiredo (VEN) 3:54.2  Jorge Díaz (CHI) 3:55.1
5000 metres  Jacinto Navarrete (COL) 14:22.2  Julio César Gómez (ARG) 14:33.3  Luis Nempo (CHI) 14:34.6
2000 metres steeplechase  Carlos Alves (BRA) 5:40.0  José Laturely (VEN) 5:43.8  Ricardo Vera (URU) 5:44.2
110 metres hurdles  Elvis Cedeño (VEN) 14.5  Pedro Chiamulera (BRA) 14.7  Javier Olivar (URU) 15.2
400 metres hurdles  Pablo Squella (CHI) 52.4  Jorge Díaz (ARG) 52.8  Javier Olivar (URU) 52.9
High Jump  Milton Riitano Francisco (BRA) 2.12  Fernando Pastoriza (ARG) 2.09  Luciano Bacelli (BRA) 2.06
Pole Vault  Adolfo Trucco (ARG) 4.20  Daniel Prieto (CHI) 4.10  Flavio Ferreira (BRA) 4.00
Long Jump  Robson da Silva (BRA) 7.40  Geraldo Magela (BRA) 7.08  Gerardo Aluvino (VEN) 7.05
Triple Jump  Roberto Audain (VEN) 15.35  Isaías Xavier (BRA) 14.83  Jorge Mena (COL) 14.66
Shot Put  Adilson Oliveira (BRA) 15.81  Norberto Aimé (ARG) 15.78  Sergio Eleusippi (ARG) 14.98
Discus Throw  Oziel da Silva (BRA) 47.74  Norberto Aimé (ARG) 45.54  Altamiro Severino (BRA) 43.80
Hammer Throw  Jorge Centurión (ARG) 59.66  Marcos Leme (BRA) 57.36  Ralf Frustockl (BRA) 52.62
Javelin Throw  Wilson Pachalski (BRA) 63.72  Jorge Parraguirre (CHI) 62.60  Fernando Espindola (ARG) 62.12
Decathlon  Ronaldo Alcaraz (BRA) 7115  Osvaldo Frigerio (ARG) 6971  José Aguirre (VEN) 6356
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile 41.6  Brazil 42.0  Argentina 42.0
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:12.7  Venezuela 3:14.6  Chile 3:16.1

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Patricia Pérez (CHI) 12.2  Sueli Machado (BRA) 12.2  Nara das Neves (BRA) 12.3
200 metres  Sueli Machado (BRA) 24.4  Magnolia Silva (BRA) 24.8  Claudia Iturra (CHI) 24.8
400 metres  Elba Barbosa (BRA) 55.2  Florencia Chilberry (VEN) 55.7  Ángela Mancilla (COL) 56.2
800 metres  Silvia Augsburger (ARG) 2:10.9  Graciela Mardones (CHI) 2:11.7  Ana Maria Leal (BRA) 2:13.4
1500 metres  Liliana Mariel Góngora (ARG) 4:35.7  Stella Maris Selles (ARG) 4:39.3  Marcela Arraigada (CHI) 4:40.0
3000 metres  Liliana Mariel Góngora (ARG) 9:58.3  Stella Maris Selles (ARG) 10:01.5  Hilda Ulloa (CHI) 10:06.8
100 metres hurdles  Beatriz Capotosto (ARG) 14.4  Angie Marie Regis (VEN) 14.4  Susana Jenkins (ARG) 14.7
200 metres hurdles  Beatriz Capotosto (ARG) 27.9w  Yolanda van der Graaff (BRA) 28.5w  Angie Marie Regis (VEN) 28.6w
High Jump  Liliana Lohmann (BRA) 1.73  Tânia de Paula (BRA) 1.70  Liliana Arigoni (ARG) 1.65
Long Jump  Graciela Corradini (ARG) 5.86  Andrea Acevedo (CHI) 5.81  Graciela Acosta (URU) 5.74
Shot Put  Alejandra Bevacqua (ARG) 13.32  María Isabel Urrutia (COL) 12.78  Luz Bohórquez (VEN) 12.77
Discus Throw  María Isabel Urrutia (COL) 44.24  Alejandra Bevacqua (ARG) 41.82  Yunaira Piña (VEN) 41.78
Javelin Throw  Marieta Riera (VEN) 46.36  Carolina Weil (CHI) 45.04  Maria dos Santos (BRA) 44.18
Heptathlon  Cláudia Jarenczuk (BRA) 4944  Paola Raab (CHI) 4940  Elina Urbano (ARG) 4879
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 46.4  Argentina 47.1  Chile 47.3
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:43.9  Argentina 3:47.3  Chile 3:50.0


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 17 9 7 33
2  Argentina 9 12 7 28
3  Venezuela 4 8 6 18
4  Chile 4 6 10 20
5  Colombia 2 1 2 5
6  Uruguay 0 0 4 4


References[edit]

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

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