1993 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XXV South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela Venezuela
Date(s) June 18-20
Level Junior
Participation about 205 athletes from
11 nations
Events 41

The 25th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela from June 18-20, 1993.

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 205 athletes from about 11 countries: Argentina (20), Bolivia (3), Brazil (37), Chile (31), Colombia (19), Ecuador (21), Guyana (1), Panama (2), Peru (6), Uruguay (6), Venezuela (59).


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  Alfredo Richards (PAN) 10.3  Pablo Almeida (CHI) 10.4  Slym Guzmán (VEN) 10.5
200 metres  Jair Moreira (BRA) 21.59  Douglas Figueroa (VEN) 21.63  Alfredo Richards (PAN) 21.68
400 metres  Sanderlei Parrela (BRA) 47.86  Víctor Hugo Goulart (BRA) 48.85  Jonathan Gómez (COL) 48.88
800 metres  Mark Olivo (VEN) 1:53.7  Silvio Xavier (BRA) 1:54.6  Gerardo Berón (ARG) 1:55.0
1500 metres  Mariano Tarilo (ARG) 3:51.45  Hudson Lemos (BRA) 3:55.15  Mark Olivo (VEN) 3:55.94
5000 metres  Elías Bastos (BRA) 14:51.2  Fábio Viscola (BRA) 14:51.4  Jorge Chávez (PER) 15:00.6
10000 metres  Elías Bastos (BRA) 31:29.9  Fábio Viscola (BRA) 31:32.2  Horacio Ferreyra (ARG) 31:37.0
3000 metres steeplechase  Diego Grisales (COL) 9:00.6  Marcelo Silva (BRA) 9:07.0  Mariano Tarilo (ARG) 9:19.4
110 metres hurdles  Emerson Perín (BRA) 14.66  Gabriel Corradini (ARG) 15.03  Alejandro Briceño (VEN) 15.25
400 metres hurdles  Emerson da Silva (BRA) 53.23  Alejandro Hidalgo (VEN) 53.63  Juan Mago (VEN) 53.69
High Jump  Paulo Ruimar (BRA) 2.14  Wilfredo Carias (VEN) 2.04  Felipe Apablaza (CHI) 2.04
Pole Vault  Ricardo Diez (VEN) 4.70  Johnny Romero (VEN) 4.20  Santiago Vázquez (ARG) 4.00
Long Jump  Sérgio dos Santos (BRA) 7.19  Gastón González (VEN) 6.86  Antonio Bruznal (VEN) 6.84
Triple Jump  Sérgio dos Santos (BRA) 15.26  Juan Hernández (URU) 14.22  Juan Moya (VEN) 13.95
Shot Put  Mauro Ordiales (ARG) 15.47  Gerardo Maurer (CHI) 15.09  Hugo Scévola (ARG) 14.58
Discus Throw  Julio Piñero (ARG) 52.52  Mauro Ordiales (ARG) 44.80  Juan Tello (PER) 44.42
Hammer Throw  Juan Cerra (ARG) 58.02  Rodolfo García (VEN) 55.80  Javier Álvarez (ARG) 54.14
Javelin Throw  José Oliveira (BRA) 61.60  Julio Piñero (ARG) 58.18  Diego Moraga (CHI) 57.18
Decathlon  Márcio de Souza (BRA) 6613  José Oliveira (BRA) 6454  Jeremy Racey (CHI) 6110
10000 metres Track Walk  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 42:24.2  Reinaldo Rosario (VEN) 44:37.3  João Sendeski (BRA) 45:43.0
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 41.2  Venezuela 41.4  Chile 41.6
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:17.18  Venezuela 3:17.26  Colombia 3:18.93

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Helena Guerrero (COL) 11.8  Lucimar de Moura (BRA) 11.8  Ana Caicedo (ECU) 12.0
200 metres  Lucimar de Moura (BRA) 24.58  Helena Guerrero (COL) 24.80  Lisette Rondón (CHI) 25.08
400 metres  Kelly de Oliveira (BRA) 55.88  Marcela Barros (CHI) 56.41  Maricel Palmieri (ARG) 56.57
800 metres  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 2:09.4  Clara Morales (CHI) 2:14.6  Shirley Ferreira (BRA) 2:16.6
1500 metres  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 4:37.99  Clara Morales (CHI) 4:42.90  Karina Moncayo (ECU) 4:45.20
3000 metres  Janeth Caizalitín (ECU) 9:53.6  Sandra Torres Álvarez (ARG) 10:04.9  María Elena Calle (ECU) 10:05.0
10000 metres  Vivian Aguiar (BRA) 37:23.9  Bertha Vera (ECU) 37:58.7  María Elena Calle (ECU) 38:36.8
100 metres hurdles  Marília de Souza (BRA) 13.72  Gilda Massa (PER) 13.72  Samantha de Souza (BRA) 14.82
400 metres hurdles  Kelly de Oliveira (BRA) 61.16  Maricel Palmieri (ARG) 62.34  Jetzahen Romero (VEN) 65.29
High Jump  Solange Witteveen (ARG) 1.75  Claudia Casals (ARG) 1.72  Luciane Dambacher (BRA) 1.72
Long Jump  Helena Guerrero (COL) 5.97  Gilda Massa (PER) 5.93  Ana Caicedo (ECU) 5.70
Triple Jump  Gilda Massa (PER) 12.03  Neleyana Silva (BRA) 11.72  Felipa Palacios (COL) 11.72
Shot Put  Margit Wahlbrink (BRA) 12.82  Clara Palacios (COL) 12.21  Nefertity Zurita (VEN) 12.13
Discus Throw  María Eugenia Giggi (ARG) 44.66  Clara Palacios (COL) 41.16  Marisol Bengoa (CHI) 40.66
Javelin Throw  Sabina Moya (COL) 47.74  Clara Vargas (CHI) 47.02  Zuleima Araméndiz (COL) 46.46
Heptathlon  Claudia Casals (ARG) 4590  Kátia da Silva (BRA) 4574  Minerva Navarrete (CHI) 4198
5000 metres Track Walk  Bertha Vera (ECU) 23:07.5  Nohora Paque (COL) 25:44.9  Ivana Henn (BRA) 26:27.0
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile 47.9  Colombia 48.1  Brazil 48.1
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:48.9  Chile 3:51.0  Colombia 3:56.4


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 20 10 6 36
2  Argentina 7 6 7 20
3  Ecuador 5 1 5 11
4  Colombia 4 5 5 14
5  Venezuela 2 9 8 19
6  Chile 1 7 7 15
7  Peru 1 2 2 5
8  Panama 1 0 1 2
9  Uruguay 0 1 0 1


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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