1988 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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IX South American Youth Championships in Athletics
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Host city Cuenca, Ecuador Ecuador
Date(s) September 2–4
Level Youth
Participation about 190 athletes from
9 nations
Events 38

The 9th South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Cuenca, Ecuador, from September 2–4, 1988.

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]

All results are marked as "affected by altitude" (A), because Cuenca is located at 2,560 metres above sea level.

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Elvis Adão (BRA) 11.0A  Leddil Paris (BRA) 11.1A  Eduardo Ojeda (PER) 11.4A
200 metres  Elvis Adão (BRA) 22.2A  Marcos Eres (BRA) 22.9A  Javier Bengoa (CHI) 23.4A
400 metres  Moisés Sandoval (CHI) 50.9A  Alexandre Marato (BRA) 51.3A  Eduardo Ojeda (PER) 51.4A
800 metres  Julio Carneiro (BRA) 1:58.0A  Elber Mosquera (COL) 2:00.6A  Márcio Magalhães (BRA) 2:01.8A
1500 metres  Daniel das Neves (BRA) 4:19.3A  Diego Toro (COL) 4:19.4A  Elver Romero (COL) 4:22.2A
3000 metres  Edilson Braz (BRA) 9:18.4A  Manuel de Moraes (BRA) 9:25.2A  Urbano Bayardo (COL) 9:31.1A
5000 metres  Julio Pozo (ECU) 16:40.0A  Leoncio Guerra (ECU) 16:40.0A  Urbano Bayardo (COL) 16:40.0A
1500 metres steeplechase  Daniel das Neves (BRA) 4:30.6A  Diego Toro (COL) 4:34.7A  Edilson Bras (BRA) 4:41.9A
110 metres hurdles  Alexandre Bento (BRA) 14.4A  Paulo Dambacher (BRA) 14.7A  Luis Guerra (VEN) 14.8A
300 metres hurdles  Luis Guerra (VEN) 39.8A  Nicolás Majluf (CHI) 40.0A  André Pereira (BRA) 40.0A
High Jump  Alcides Silva (BRA) 2.05A  Jairo Venâncio (BRA) 1.94A  Sergio Arraigada (CHI) 1.91A
Pole Vault  Alcides Silva (BRA) 3.90A  Marlon Borges (BRA) 3.80A  Igor Castillo (PER) 3.40A
Long Jump  Jefferson Ilário (BRA) 7.10A  Pablo Silva (ARG) 6.87A  Gustavo Rodríguez (ARG) 6.72A
Triple Jump  Jefferson Ilário (BRA) 14.87A  Jairo Venâncio (BRA) 14.74A  Néstor Cano (PAR) 14.16A
Shot Put  Luís Wanderlei (BRA) 16.21A  Marcos Balbuena (ARG) 15.89A  André Mohamad (BRA) 14.55A
Discus Throw  Luís Wanderlei (BRA) 48.32A  Gilton Basílio (BRA) 44.70A  Antonio Consiglieri (PER) 41.02A
Hammer Throw  Marcos Balbuena (ARG) 62.66A  Luís Wanderlei (BRA) 53.04A  Nelson Odaua (BRA) 52.46A
Javelin Throw  Marcos Balbuena (ARG) 60.62A  Néstor Cano (PAR) 51.88A  Gilberto de Oliveira (BRA) 43.36A
Hexathlon  José dos Santos (BRA) 4020A  Andrés Carvajal (CHI) 3944A  José Butrón (CHI) 3789A
5000 metres track walk  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 24:44.4A  Henry Guevara (COL) 26:11.2A  Mauricio Cardenas (ECU) 26:30.8A
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Elvis Adao
Leonel Paris
Bauto
Marcos Merea
43.3A  Chile
Moisés Sandoval
Xavier Burgos
Álvaro Delgado
Nicolás Majluf
44.3A  Ecuador
Henry Teran
Darwin Salazar
Juan Ramos
Sánchez
44.4A
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:25.5A  Chile 3:31.7A  Ecuador 3:33.2A

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Elizabeth Minetti (ARG) 12.2A  Lisette Rondón (CHI) 12.3A  Patricia Daniya (PER) 12.4A
200 metres  Elizabeth Minetti (ARG) 25.1A  Rosa Magaly Segovia (COL) 25.3A  Lisette Rondón (CHI) 25.3A
400 metres  Rosa Magaly Segovia (COL) 57.9A  Claudia Herrera (CHI) 58.5A  Patricia Oroño (ARG) 59.3A
800 metres  Beatriz Hernández (COL) 2:20.6A  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 2:21.6A  Lilian Guerra (ECU) 2:25.2A
1500 metres  Soledad Villamarín (ECU) 4:55.8A  Sandra Ruales (ECU) 4:55.8A  Beatriz Hernández (COL) 5:00.6A
3000 metres  Soledad Villamarín (ECU) 10:42.9A  Sandra Ruales (ECU) 10:44.5A  Daysi Burgos (COL) 11:03.2A
100 metres hurdles  Michelle Openshaw (PER) 14.7A  Cintia Camossato (BRA) 14.9A  Daniela Rodrigues (BRA) 15.4A
High Jump  Katherine Yáñez (PER) 1.58A  Cintia Camossato (BRA) 1.58A  Carmen Melo (ECU) 1.55A
Long Jump  Natalia Toledo (PAR) 5.81A  Claudia Herrera (CHI) 5.56A  Tânia da Silva (BRA) 5.51A
Shot Put  Alexandra Amaro (BRA) 13.93A  Elisângela Adriano (BRA) 12.85A  Karina Davis (ECU) 10.35A
Discus Throw  Elisângela Adriano (BRA) 42.60A  Cintia Camossato (BRA) 39.74A  Verónica Tripoloni (ARG) 37.50A
Javelin Throw  Natalia Toledo (PAR) 41.08A  María Bengolea (CHI) 36.86A  Rosa Balanta (COL) 34.02A
Pentathlon  Natalia Toledo (PAR) 3222A  Euzinete dos Reis (BRA) 3172A  Katherine Yáñez (PER) 2940A
3000 metres track walk  Miriam Ramón (ECU) 15:19.1A  Luisa Nivicela (ECU) 15:30.6A  Ernestina Castellanos (COL) 18:05.5A
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile
Lisette Rondón
Judith De La Fuente
Claudia Barrera
María González
48.3A  Peru
Patricia Adaniya
Michelle Openshaw
Lucia Crosse
Cecilia Zereceda
49.3A  Colombia
Angelica Garzon
Rosa Magaly Segovia
Angelica Mendoza
Clemencia Ramírez
49.4A
4 x 400 metres relay  Chile 4:02.8A  Brazil 4:03.6A  Ecuador 4:04.4A

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 18 16 8 42
2  Ecuador 5 5 7 16
3  Argentina 4 2 3 9
4  Chile 3 8 4 15
5  Paraguay 3 1 1 5
6  Colombia 2 5 8 15
7 Peru Perú 2 1 6 9
8  Venezuela 1 0 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 190 athletes from about 9 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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