1990 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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X South American Youth Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Lima, Perú Peru
Date(s) November 22-24
Level Youth
Participation about 196 athletes from
10 nations
Events 37

The 10th South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Lima, Perú, between November 22-24, 1990.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

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

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.1 m/s)  Pablo Cavero (CHI) 10.5  Pablo Almeida (CHI) 10.9  Iñaki Godoy (PER) 10.9
200 metres (wind: +0.2 m/s)  Pablo Cavero (CHI) 21.8  Pablo Almeida (CHI) 22.3  Nelson Rodrigues (BRA) 23.0
400 metres  Nelson López (ARG) 49.6  Sanderlei Parrela (BRA) 50.3  Alexander Melo (BRA) 51.7
800 metres  Vanderlei Soares (BRA) 1:56.3  Fábio Rogério (BRA) 1:56.3  Víctor Cruz (CHI) 1:57.3
1500 metres  Mariano Tarilo (ARG) 4:05.1  Joelson Dias (BRA) 4:05.6  Raimundo Alcino (BRA) 4:05.7
5000 metres  Elías Bastos (BRA) 15:06.1  Jorge Chávez (PER) 15:07.7  Mariano Tarilo (ARG) 15:18.4
1500 metres steeplechase  Eduardo Monge (CHI) 4:22.83  Marcelo Blanco (BRA) 4:24.80  Mariano Tarilo (ARG) 4:26.76
110 metres hurdles (wind: +0.1 m/s)  Maximiliano Alfaro (CHI) 13.9  Gabriel Corradini (ARG) 14.1  Carlos Correa (CHI) 14.4
300 metres hurdles  José dos Santos (BRA) 38.8  Gabriel Corradini (ARG) 39.3  Javier Verme (PER) 39.4
High Jump  Marcelo Miranda (BRA) 2.00  Mario León (PER) 1.97  Marcos dos Santos (BRA) 1.97
Pole Vault  Genivaldo Meira (BRA) 4.00  Gerardo Ríos (CHI) 3.80  Israel Morán (PER) 3.60
Long Jump  Márcio da Cruz (BRA) 7.26  Vinicius Barroso (BRA) 6.77  Maximiliano Alfaro (CHI) 6.76
Triple Jump  Márcio da Cruz (BRA) 15.83  Mario León (PER) 13.99  José dos Santos (BRA) 13.82
Shot Put  Hugo Scévola (ARG) 15.71  Adriano Souza (BRA) 15.13  Márcio da Cruz (BRA) 15.03
Discus Throw  Julio Piñero (ARG) 48.52  Fábio Ribeiro (BRA) 45.22  Leandro Teixeira (BRA) 44.48
Hammer Throw  Hugo Scévola (ARG) 64.90  Javier Álvarez (ARG) 58.68  Eberton Giacomelli (BRA) 45.74
Javelin Throw  Ariel Martínez (ARG) 56.70  Fábio de Souza (BRA) 54.12  Julio Piñero (ARG) 51.70
Hexathlon  Moisés Pereira (BRA) 3975  Mario Caorlín (ARG) 3477  Alejandro Cordobés (ARG) 3390
5000 metres Track Walk  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 19:49.54  João Sendeski (BRA) 22:16.57  Jaime Rodríguez (COL) 22:35.62
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile
Oscar Cavero
Pablo Almeida
Rodrigo Schmidt
Maximiliano Alfaro
42.37  Brazil
Silvio de Moraes
Nelson Rodrigues
Jair Moreira
Vinicius Barroso
43.58 Peru Perú
Iñaki Godoy
Marco Carrasco
Franco Pedraz
Javier Verne
43.78
4 x 400 metres relay  Chile
Cristian Ihlo
Pablo Almeida
Oscar Cavero
Carlos Sandoval
3:22.2  Brazil
Sanderlei Parrela
Alexander Melo
José dos Santos
Edmar Silva
3:24.0 Peru Perú
Javier Verne
Erick Cuadros
Marco Carrasco
Iñaki Godoy
3:28.8

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.2 m/s)  Lisette Rondón (CHI) 12.18  Hannelore Grosser (CHI) 12.39  Gilda Massa (PER) 12.46
200 metres (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Lisette Rondón (CHI) 25.4  Hannelore Grosser (CHI) 25.5  Verónica Klingerberger (PER) 26.0
400 metres  Janeth Lucumí (COL) 58.18  Viviana Chiozza (ARG) 58.39  Mayra Carchi (ECU) 58.80
800 metres  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 2:14.7  Ana de Oliveira (BRA) 2:17.3  Paola López (ARG) 2:17.9
1500 metres  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 4:32.5  Carmen Naranjo (ECU) 4:37.5  Ana de Oliveira (BRA) 4:39.0
3000 metres  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 9:44.34  Carmen Naranjo (ECU) 9:45.33  Maria da Conceição (BRA) 9:54.54
100 metres hurdles (wind: +0.1 m/s)  Gilda Massa (PER) 14.58  Marília de Souza (BRA) 14.76  Claudia Casals (ARG) 15.33
High Jump  Soledad Harambour (CHI) 1.68  Ximena Guzmán (PER)
 Carolina Tovar (PAR)
1.68
Long Jump  Lucimar de Moura (BRA) 5.81  Lilia Aguirre (ARG) 5.80  Claudia Valle (CHI) 5.52
Shot Put  Margit Wahlbrink (BRA) 12.52  Marisol Bengoa (CHI) 10.72  Natalia Parra (ARG) 10.54
Discus Throw  Erika Melián (ARG) 38.96  Carla Campos (PER) 34.40  Marisol Bengoa (CHI) 34.26
Javelin Throw  Zuleima Araméndiz (COL) 41.22  Zoila Ayala (PAR) 39.26  Marisa de Almeida (BRA) 38.32
Pentathlon  Marcela Savio (ARG) 3275  Samantha Pereira (BRA) 3068  Lucimar de Moura (BRA) 3056
3000 metres Track Walk  Bertha Vera (ECU) 14:13.8  Luisa Nivicela (ECU) 14:24.4  Ivana Henn (BRA) 14:51.0
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile
Lisette Rondón
Hannelore Grosser
Paula Amestica
Claudia Valle
48.3  Brazil
Lila da Silva
Deborah Mosser
Adriana Andrade
Marília de Souza
48.6 Peru Perú
Verónica Klingerberger
Gilda Massa
Gianina Cuba
Patricia Hasegawa
49.2
4 x 400 metres relay  Chile
Paula Amestica
Hannelore Grosser
Clara Morales
Lisette Rondón
3:54.8  Brazil
Lila da Silva
Shirley Ferreira
Kelly de Oliveira
Marília de Souza
3:58.1  Ecuador
Janeth Caizalitín
Mayra Cachi
Ondina Rodríguez
Corina Trelles
4:06.9

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Chile 11 6 5 22
2  Brazil 10 16 13 39
3  Argentina 8 6 7 21
4  Ecuador 5 3 2 10
5  Colombia 2 0 1 3
6 Peru Perú 1 5 8 14
7  Paraguay 0 2 0 2

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4] An unofficial count yields the number of about 196 athletes from about 10 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ En el Suramericano de Atletismo - Colombia, dos de oro (in Spanish), El Tiempo, November 26, 1990, p. 22 (original page no.: 7D), retrieved November 1, 2012 
  2. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (BOYS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (GIRLS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 11, 2011 

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