1986 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XVIII South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Quito, Ecuador Ecuador
Date(s) September 13-16
Main stadium Estadio Los Chasquis
Level Junior
Participation about 201 athletes from
9 nations
Events 38

The 18th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Quito, Ecuador, at the Estadio Los Chasquis between September 13-16, 1986.[1]


Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[2] An unofficial count yields the number of about 201 athletes from about 9 countries: Argentina (31), Brazil (48), Chile (11), Colombia (9), Ecuador (45), Panama (6), Paraguay (2), Peru (36), Venezuela (13).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published for men[3] and women[4] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Luis Smith (PAN) 10.31Aw  Gerardo Meinardi (ARG) 10.49Aw  Oscar Fernández (PER) 10.63Aw
200 metres  Luis Smith (PAN) 21.20A  Gerardo Meinardi (ARG) 21.32A  Washington Rodrigues (BRA) 21.38A
400 metres  Washington Rodrigues (BRA) 47.82A  Sérgio Moreira (BRA) 48.78A  Milton Alvear (PAN) 49.24A
800 metres  Antônio dos Santos (BRA) 1:54.54A  Clodoaldo do Carmo (BRA) 1:54.57A  Ricardo Morrison (PAN) 1:57.48A
1500 metres  Herder Vásquez (COL) 4:07.7A  Manuel Balmaceda (CHI) 4:07.7A  Clodoaldo do Carmo (BRA) 4:11.4A
5000 metres  Néstor Jami (ECU) 15:35.73A  Herder Vásquez (COL) 15:55.45A  Jorge Chancusig (ECU) 15:58.60A
2000 metres steeplechase  Juan José Castillo (PER) 6:12.0A  Wander Moura (BRA) 6:16.5A  Eddy Punina (ECU) 6:18.1A
110 metres hurdles  Miguel Saldarriaga (COL) 14.83A  Juan Phillips (PAN) 15.10A  Javier del Río (PER) 15.13A
400 metres hurdles  Gonzalo González (VEN) 53.89A  Cristián Courbis (CHI) 54.02A  Fábio Aleixo (BRA) 54.25A
High Jump  José Luís Mendes (BRA) 2.20A  Fernando Moreno (ARG) 2.12A  Hugo Peyrel (ARG) 2.06A
Pole Vault  Miguel Saldarriaga (COL) 4.60A  Dean Torres (ECU) 4.40A  Martín Bossio (ARG) 4.40A
Long Jump  Ricardo Valiente (PER) 7.33A  Winston Ascanio (VEN) 7.05A  Sergio Saavedra (VEN) 6.99A
Triple Jump  Sergio Saavedra (VEN) 15.87A  Winston Ascanio (VEN) 15.25A  Luiz Teixeira (BRA) 15.57A
Shot Put  Alberto Auad (ECU) 16.81A  Fernando Figueirêdo (BRA) 16.39A  Ricardo Romero (ARG) 15.98A
Discus Throw  Fernando Figueirêdo (BRA) 45.40A  Gerardo Piñero (ARG) 44.74A  Ramón Jiménez (PAR) 44.68A
Hammer Throw  Adrián Marzo (ARG) 64.88A  Leonardo Schenone (ARG) 58.08A  Roberto Lozano (COL) 55.56A
Javelin Throw  Luis Carrasco (VEN) 65.34A  Feliciano Alvarado (VEN) 60.48A  Fernando Peñafiel (ECU) 59.02A
Decathlon  Rubén Bortolín (ARG) 6286A  Dilermando Alves (BRA) 6047A  Dean Torres (ECU) 5910A
10000 metres Track Walk  Sergundo López (COL) 46:55.5A  Juan Rojas (ECU) 47:31.4A  Antônio Köhler (BRA) 51:35.7A
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 40.62A  Venezuela 41.25A  Argentina 41.57A
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:15.97A  Ecuador 3:18.73A  Argentina 3:19.65A

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Cruezimar Gomes (BRA) 12.06A  Ximena Restrepo (COL) 12.10A  Soledad Bacarezza (CHI) 12.28A
200 metres  Ximena Restrepo (COL) 24.08A  Jupira da Graça (BRA) 24.77A  Milagros Allende (ARG) 24.81A
400 metres  Marta dos Santos (BRA) 55.73A  Claudia Riquelme (CHI) 57.33A  Adriana Martínez (ECU) 57.48A
800 metres  Luiza do Nascimento (BRA) 2:14.04A  Célia dos Santos (BRA) 2:22.00A  Mercedes Trujillo (ECU) 2:24.80A
1500 metres  Luiza do Nascimento (BRA) 5:01.6A  Ximena Albán (ECU) 5:06.0A  Jorilda Sabino (BRA) 5:11.4A
3000 metres  María Medina (ECU) 11:02.9A  Rosmira Poblador (COL) 11:18.1A  Ximena Albán (ECU) 11:46.4A
100 metres hurdles  Carolina Gutiérrez (ARG) 14.40A  Clarice Kuhn (BRA) 14.58A  Marise Alvim (BRA) 15.11A
400 metres hurdles  Adriana Martínez (ECU) 62.14A  Maureen Reyes (VEN) 63.49A  Carolina Schlossberg (ARG) 66.49A
High Jump  Clarice Kuhn (BRA) 1.75A  Fernanda Mosquera (COL) 1.72A  Nancy Piva (ARG) 1.72A
Long Jump  Ana Martina Vizioli (ARG) 5.85A  Renata Coutinho (BRA) 5.67A  Carolina Gutiérrez (ARG) 5.59A
Shot Put  María Grimaldi (ARG) 12.16A  Ana Viglione (ARG) 11.35A  Elvira Ruiz (PER) 11.07A
Discus Throw  Elvira Ruiz (PER) 42.58A  Cristine Neher (BRA) 40.22A  Ruth Martínez (VEN) 39.40A
Javelin Throw  Rosemeire Costa (BRA) 41.42A  Cristine Neher (BRA) 39.86A  Claudia Silva (CHI) 39.34A
Heptathlon  Alexandra Dumas (BRA) 4382A  Marleide Leite (BRA) 3931A  Carolina Schlossberg (ARG) 3892A
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 47.04A  Argentina 47.34A  Ecuador 49.04A
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:52.69A  Ecuador 3:56.99A  Argentina 3:59.87A


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 15 12 7 34
2  Argentina 5 7 11 23
3  Colombia 5 4 1 10
4  Ecuador 4 5 8 17
5  Venezuela 3 5 2 10
6  Peru 3 0 3 6
7  Panama 2 1 2 5
8  Chile 0 3 2 5
9  Paraguay 0 0 1 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ Desde mañana, Suramericano de Atletismo (in Spanish), El Tiempo, September 12, 1986, p. 8 (original page no.: 2B), retrieved November 1, 2012 
  2. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 1, 2011 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (MEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011 
  4. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (WOMEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011 

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