1990 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics

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IV Ibero-American Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Manaus, Brazil
Date(s) 14 – 16 September 1990
Main stadium Vila Olímpica de Manaus
Participation 205 athletes from
14 nations
Events 40
Records set 6 Championships records

The 1990 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics (Spanish: IV Campeonato Iberoamericano de Atletismo) was the fourth edition of the international athletics competition between Ibero-American nations which was held at the Vila Olímpica in Manaus, Brazil from 14–16 September.[1] Forty event finals were held and six championships records were set in Manaus.

The competition was beset with organisational problems and schedule clashes. Cuba, which had previously sent large delegations, was absent. Temperatures were extremely high (40° Celsius) during the three-day competition and consequently the plans for the marathon races, scheduled for the final day, were abandoned. The 1990 Central American and Caribbean Games was held in Mexico two months later and preparation for this larger meet meant other athletes chose not to compete at the Ibero-American Championships. As a result, many of the events were principally contested between the top Brazilian and Spanish athletes, who won 31 of the 40 gold medals available between them. Brazil won the most event, with 17 golds and 37 in total, while Spain had the most medals overall with 43 (14 of them gold). Portugal were a distant third with two gold medals and twelve medals altogether.[2]

Robson da Silva retained his 100 and 200 metres titles and won a third gold for Brazil in the relay. Antonio Peñalver (an Olympic medallist two years later) won the first decathlon to be held at the championships, while Orlane dos Santos won the inaugural women's heptathlon competition.[3]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Robson da Silva (BRA) 10.12  Fernando Botasso (BRA) 10.34  Enrique Talavera (ESP) 10.45
200 metres  Robson da Silva (BRA) 20.43  Marcelo Brivilatti (BRA) 21.43  Luís Cunha (POR) 21.45
400 metres  Inaldo Sena (BRA) 46.54  Cristián Courbis (CHI) 47.07  Roberto Bortolotto (BRA) 47.33
800 metres  José Luíz Barbosa (BRA) 1:46.18 CR  Luis Migueles (ARG) 1:46.97  Luis Javier González (ESP) 1:47.66
1500 metres  Víctor Rojas (ESP) 3:42.86 CR  Ángel Fariña (ESP) 3:42.93  José Valente (BRA) 3:43.17
5000 metres  Antonio Serrano (ESP) 13:56.37  José Carlos Adán (ESP) 13:56.69  Antonio Silio (ARG) 13:59.18
10,000 metres  Antonio Silio (ARG) 29:27.61  Juan Carlos Paúl (ESP) 29:46.80  Carlos de la Torre (ESP) 29:49.19
110 m hurdles
(Wind: 2.5 m/s)
 Carlos Sala (ESP) 13.97  Joilto Bonfim (BRA) 14.04  Lyndon Campos (BRA) 14.61
400 m hurdles  Eronilde de Araújo (BRA) 49.82  Hélio de Oliveira (BRA) 50.69  Pedro Rodrigues (POR) 50.96
3000 m steeplechase  Benito Nogales (ESP) 8:38.95  Ricardo Vera (URU) 8:39.86  José Carlos Pereira (POR) 8:43.85
4×100 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Antonio dos Santos Filho
Marcelo Brivilati da Silva
Fernando Botasso
Robson da Silva
40.37  Spain (ESP)
Luis Turón
Florencio Gascón
Carlos Sala
Enrique Talavera
40.49  Portugal (POR)
Luis Barroso
Fernando Damasio
Pedro Curvelo
Luís Cunha
40.82
4×400 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Inaldo Sena
Helio Gonçalves
Geraldo Maranhão Jr.
Eronilde de Araújo
3:09.2  Spain (ESP)
Sergio López
José Alonso
Miguel Cuesta
Manuel Moreno
3:10.9 Only two teams competed
Marathon Cancelled due to heat
20 km track walk  Carlos Mercenario (MEX) 1:25:29.5  Valentí Massana (ESP) 1:25:37.8  Cláudio Bertolino (BRA) 1:32:11.9
High jump  Arturo Ortiz (ESP) 2.21 m  Luciano Bacelli (BRA) 2.15 m  Gustavo Becker (ESP) 2.15 m
Pole vault  Ignacio Paradinas (ESP) 5.15 m  José Luis Canelas (ESP) 5.00 m  Guillermo Salgado (MEX) 5.00 m
Long jump  Paulo de Oliveira (BRA) 7.82 m (w)  Ángel Hernández (ESP) 7.75 m  Darío Ruiz (MEX) 7.68 m
Triple jump  Anísio Silva (BRA) 16.71 m  Francisco dos Santos (BRA) 16.11 m  Ricardo Valiente (PER) 15.78 m
Shot put  Gert Weil (CHI) 19.58 m  Adilson Oliveira (BRA) 17.34 m  Édson Miguel (BRA) 17.16 m
Discus throw  David Martínez (ESP) 59.30 m  João dos Santos (BRA) 58.14 m  Ramón Jiménez (PAR) 56.38 m
Hammer throw  Andrés Charadía (ARG) 68.98 m  Alex Marfull (ESP) 65.36 m  Antón María Godall (ESP) 64.94 m
Javelin throw  Luis Lucumí (COL) 72.74 m  Julián Sotelo (ESP) 68.10 m  Rodrigo Zelaya (CHI) 67.28 m
Decathlon  Antonio Peñalver (ESP) 7824 pts CR  José de Assis (BRA) 7480 pts  Álvaro Burrell (ESP) 7176 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Sandra Myers (ESP) 11.50  Cleide Amaral (BRA) 11.61  Rita Araújo (BRA) 11.73
200 metres  Cristina Castro (ESP) 23.63  Lucrécia Jardim (POR) 23.82  Olga Conte (ARG) 23.96
400 metres  Maria Figueirêdo (BRA) 51.51  Blanca Lacambra (ESP) 53.40  Olga Conte (ARG) 53.85
800 metres  Mayte Zúñiga (ESP) 2:02.22  Alejandra Ramos (CHI) 2:02.37  Elsa Amaral (POR) 2:03.57
1500 metres  Alejandra Ramos (CHI) 4:13.07  Estela Estévez (ESP) 4:13.96  Carla Sacramento (POR) 4:15.06
3000 metres  Silvana Pereira (BRA) 9:10.17 CR  Julia Vaquero (ESP) 9:12.87  Fernanda Ribeiro (POR) 9:19.44
10,000 metres  Carmen Brunet (ESP) 34:41.95 CR  Silvana Pereira (BRA) 35:04.18  Marineide dos Santos (BRA) 35:13.69
100 m hurdles  María José Mardomingo (ESP) 13.59  Carmen Bezanilla (CHI) 13.80  Ana Barrenechea (ESP) 14.01
400 m hurdles  Liliana Chalá (ECU) 58.31  Miriam Alonso (ESP) 59.20  Yolanda Tello (ESP) 59.43
4×100 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
Vânia Amorim dos Santos
Claudiléia Matos Santos
Rita de Cássia Araújo Gomes
Cleide Amaral
44.60  Spain (ESP)
Blanca Lacambra
Cristina Castro
Carmen García-Campero
Sandra Myers
45.60  Uruguay (URU)
Soleded Acerenza
Margarita Martirena
María del Carmen Mosegui
Claudia Acerenza
47.10
4×400 m relay  Brazil (BRA)
María Magnólia Figueiredo
Eliane Souza Silva
Rosângela Oliveira de Souza
Soraya Vieira Telles
3:32.8  Spain (ESP)
Blanca Lacambra
Esther Lahoz
Gemma Bergasa
Sandra Myers
3:35.2  Uruguay (URU)
Soleded Acerenza
Margarita Martirena
Claudia Acerenza
María del Carmen Mosegui
3:43.6
Marathon Cancelled due to heat
10 km track walk  María Reyes Sobrino (ESP) 46:36.40  Emilia Cano (ESP) 48:14.63  Elsa Abril (COL) 52:07.00
High jump  Orlane dos Santos (BRA) 1.81 m  Mônica Lunkmoss (BRA) 1.78 m  Belén Sáenz (ESP) 1.78 m
Long jump  Ana Oliveira (POR) 6.27 m  Andrea Ávila (ARG) 6.16 m  Emília Tavares (POR) 6.08 m
Shot put  Elisângela Adriano (BRA) 16.65 m  Margarita Ramos (ESP) 16.26 m  Teresa Machado (POR) 15.87 m
Discus throw  Teresa Machado (POR) 53.92 m  Ángeles Barreiro (ESP) 51.78 m  Margarita Ramos (ESP) 49.74 m
Javelin throw  Mônica Rocha (BRA) 50.40 m  Zorobabelia Córdoba (COL) 44.10 m  Ana Lúcia Silva (BRA) 32.08 m
Heptathlon  Orlane dos Santos (BRA) 5723 pts CR  Ana María Comaschi (ARG) 5517 pts  Zorobabelia Córdoba (COL) 5091 pts

Medal table[edit]

Robson da Silva won three sprint golds for Brazil.
Key
  The host country is highlighted in bold and lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 17 12 8 37
2  Spain 14 19 10 43
3  Portugal 2 1 9 12
4  Argentina 2 3 3 8
5  Chile 2 3 1 6
6  Colombia 1 1 2 4
7  Mexico 1 0 2 3
8  Ecuador 1 0 0 1
9  Uruguay 0 1 2 3
10  Paraguay 0 0 1 1
11  Peru 0 0 1 1
Total 40 40 39 119

Participation[edit]

Of the twenty-two members of the Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo, fourteen were present at the fourth edition – a record low for the championships. A total 205 athletes competed.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Campeonato Iberamericano. CONSUDATLE. Retrieved on 2011-11-17.
  2. ^ El Atletismo Ibero-Americano - San Fernando 2010. RFEA. Retrieved on 2011-11-17.
  3. ^ Ibero American Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2011-11-17.
  4. ^ El Atletismo Ibero-Americano - San Fernando 2010 (pg. 214). RFEA. Retrieved on 2012-01-08.
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