1994 South American Cross Country Championships

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1994 South American Cross Country Championships
Organisers CONSUDATLE
Edition 9th
Date January 12–13
Host city Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil Brazil
Nations participating 6 + 1 guest
Athletes participating 81 + 1 guest
Races 6
Distances 12.1 km – Senior men
7.3 km – Junior men (U20)
3.7 km – Youth men (U17)
6.1 km – Senior women
3.7 km – Junior women (U20)
2.5 km – Youth women (U17)

The 1994 South American Cross Country Championships took place on January 12–13, 1994. The races were held Manaus, Brazil.[1]

Complete results,[1] results for junior and youth competitions,[2] and medal winners[3] were published.

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Senior men
(12.1 km)
Silvio Guerra
 Ecuador
38:39 Artur de Freitas Castro
 Brazil
39:04 Ronaldo da Costa
 Brazil
39:15
Junior (U20) men
(7.3 km)
Marcelo Elario Blanco
 Brazil
24:16 Márcio dos Santos
 Brazil
24:24 Fabio Anderson Biscola
 Brazil
24:43
Youth (U17) men
(3.7 km)
Roney Acelino de Souza
 Brazil
13:04 Alexandre Gonçalves da Silva
 Brazil
13:11 Elizeu Bezerra de Souza
 Brazil
14:08
Senior women
(6.1 km)
Carmen Sousa de Oliveira
 Brazil
21:57 Viviany Anderson de Oliveira
 Brazil
22:04 Silvana Pereira
 Brazil
22:10
Junior (U20) women
(3.7 km)
Fabiana Cristine da Silva
 Brazil
14:03 María Virginia Fuente
 Argentina
14:17 Miriam Achote
 Ecuador
14:22
Youth (U17) women
(2.5 km)
Adriana Ramos Lopes
 Brazil
10:03 Michelle Barreto Costa
 Brazil
10:21 Natalia Bourquin
 Argentina
10:25
Team
Senior men  Brazil 10  Argentina 26
Junior (U20) men  Brazil 6  Argentina 15
Youth (U17) men  Brazil 6
Senior women  Brazil 6  Argentina 15
Junior (U20) women  Ecuador 14  Brazil 14  Argentina 17
Youth (U17) women  Brazil 6

Race results[edit]

Senior men's race (12.1 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Silvio Guerra  Ecuador 38:39
2nd Artur de Freitas Castro  Brazil 39:04
3rd Ronaldo da Costa  Brazil 39:15
4 Delmir Alves dos Santos  Brazil 39:31
5 Luíz Antônio dos Santos  Brazil 39:40
6 Antonio Silio  Argentina 40:10
7 Oscar Amaya  Argentina 40:21
8 Leonardo Malgor  Argentina 40:26
9 Valdenor Pereira dos Santos  Brazil 40:51
10 Franklin Tenorio  Ecuador 41:07
11 Juan Pablo Juárez  Argentina 41:12
12 Doval Carneiro da Silva  Brazil 41:25
13 Antonio Ibañez  Argentina 42:11
14 Daniel Castro  Argentina 42:31
15 Marcelo Cascabelo  Argentina 42:40
Mike O'Reilly  United Kingdom 43:28
16 José Geraldo Monteiro  Brazil 43:31
17 Romero Oliveira  Brazil 43:46
18 Paulino Martins  Brazil 43:46
20 Julio Hernández  Colombia 45:17
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Brazil
Artur de Freitas Castro 1
Ronaldo da Costa 2
Delmir Alves dos Santos 3
Luíz Antônio dos Santos 4
(Valdenor Pereira dos Santos) (n/s)
(Doval Carneiro da Silva) (n/s)
(José Geraldo Monteiro) (n/s)
10
2nd  Argentina
Antonio Silio 5
Oscar Amaya 6
Leonardo Malgor 7
Juan Pablo Juárez 8
(Antonio Ibañez) (n/s)
(Daniel Castro) (n/s)
(Marcelo Cascabelo) (n/s)
26
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result. (n/s: nonscorer)

Junior (U20) men's race (7.3 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Marcelo Elario Blanco  Brazil 24:16
2nd Márcio dos Santos  Brazil 24:24
3rd Fabio Anderson Biscola  Brazil 24:43
4 Iván Noms  Argentina 24:58
5 Robinson Alves  Brazil 25:20
6 Julián Peralta  Argentina 25:33
7 Darío Nuñez  Argentina 25:53
8 Gustavo Adolfo Silva de Paula  Brazil 26:30
9 Julio Lima Pinheiro  Brazil 27:47
10 Railton Ipiranga de Araújo  Brazil 27:57
11 Enoch Guimarães Monteiro  Brazil 28:04
12 Marcelo Zabala  Argentina 28:17
13 Vagener Castro Pontes  Brazil 28:56
14 Fabiano Costa Maia  Brazil 29:34
15 Flavir René de Batalha  Brazil 29:49
16 Leandro Oliveira da Silva  Brazil 30:28
17 Charles Andre Marialva  Brazil 32:48
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Brazil
Marcelo Elario Blanco 1
Márcio dos Santos 2
Fabio Anderson Biscola 3
(Robinson Alves) (n/s)
(Gustavo Adolfo Silva de Paula) (n/s)
(Julio Lima Pinheiro) (n/s)
(Enoch Guimarães Monteiro) (n/s)
6
2nd  Argentina
Iván Noms 4
Julián Peralta 5
Darío Nuñez 6
(Marcelo Zabala) (n/s)
15
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result. (n/s: nonscorer)

Youth (U17) men's race (3.7 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Roney Acelino de Souza  Brazil 13:04
2nd Alexandre Gonçalves da Silva  Brazil 13:11
3rd Elizeu Bezerra de Souza  Brazil 14:08
4 Armando Cordeiro Duarte  Brazil 14:30
5 Célio Antônio Costa  Brazil 16:08
6 Walter Oliveira de Alcântara  Brazil 16:33
7 Elno de Souza  Brazil 16:39
8 Paulo Cesar Rodrigues  Brazil 17:04
9 Paulo Henrique Freitas  Brazil 17:13
10 Márcio Franca Saravia  Brazil 18:51
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Brazil
Roney Acelino de Souza 1
Alexandre Gonçalves da Silva 2
Elizeu Bezerra de Souza 3
6
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result. (n/s: nonscorer)

Senior women's race (6.1 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Carmen Sousa de Oliveira  Brazil 21:57
2nd Viviany Anderson de Oliveira  Brazil 22:04
3rd Silvana Pereira  Brazil 22:10
4 Martha Tenorio  Ecuador 22:25
5 Roseli Aparecida Machado  Brazil 22:31
6 Iglandini González  Colombia 23:24
7 Elisa Cobanea  Argentina 23:31
8 Marilú Salazar Peru Perú 23:48
9 María Inés Rodríguez  Argentina 24:11
10 Zulma Ortiz  Argentina 24:15
11 Iracema Mesquita dos Reis  Brazil 24:24
12 Vilma Pailós  Argentina 24:35
13 Irisdalva Tavares Almeida  Brazil 26:09
14 Raimunda Maria Brito da Fonseca  Brazil 27:41
15 Nemia Coca  Bolivia 28:22
16 Kelly Pinto Souza  Brazil 32:57
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Brazil
Carmen Sousa de Oliveira 1
Viviany Anderson de Oliveira 2
Silvana Pereira 3
(Roseli Aparecida Machado) (n/s)
(Iracema Mesquita dos Reis) (n/s)
(Irisdalva Tavares Almeida) (n/s)
(Raimunda Maria Brito da Fonseca) (n/s)
(Kelly Pinto Souza) (n/s)
6
2nd  Argentina
Elisa Cobanea 4
María Inés Rodríguez 5
Zulma Ortiz 6
(Vilma Pailós) (n/s)
15
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result. (n/s: nonscorer)

Junior (U20) women's race (3.7 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Fabiana Cristine da Silva  Brazil 14:03
2nd María Virginia Fuente  Argentina 14:17
3rd Miriam Achote  Ecuador 14:22
4 Vivian Magalhães de Aguiar  Brazil 14:26
5 Carina Moncayo  Ecuador 14:31
6 María Elena Calle  Ecuador 14:35
7 Patricia Valenzuela  Argentina 14:49
8 Susana Trinak  Argentina 15:02
9 Fernanda Rodríguez  Argentina 15:03
10 Francislene da Silva  Brazil 15:17
11 Mariela Davico  Argentina 15:29
12 Adenisia Santos de Silva  Brazil 15:58
13 Norma Torres  Ecuador 16:09
14 Gracineide Maria de Souza  Brazil 16:17
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Ecuador
Miriam Achote 3
Carina Moncayo 5
María Elena Calle 6
(Norma Torres) (n/s)
14
2nd  Brazil
Fabiana Cristine da Silva 1
Vivian Magalhães de Aguiar 4
Francislene da Silva 9
(Adenisia Santos de Silva) (n/s)
(Gracineide Maria de Souza) (n/s)
14
3rd  Argentina
María Virginia Fuente 2
Patricia Valenzuela 7
Susana Trinak 8
(Fernanda Rodríguez) (n/s)
(Mariela Davico) (n/s)
17
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result. (n/s: nonscorer)

Youth (U17) women's race (2.5 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Adriana Ramos Lopes  Brazil 10:03
2nd Michelle Barreto Costa  Brazil 10:21
3rd Natalia Bourquin  Argentina 10:25
4 Ana Maria Costa da Silva  Brazil 11:34
5 Maria Jurema Costa  Brazil 12:50
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Brazil
Adriana Ramos Lopes 1
Michelle Barreto Costa 2
Ana Maria Costa da Silva 3
(Maria Jurema Costa) (n/s)
6
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result. (n/s: nonscorer)

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 10 6 4 20
2  Ecuador 2 0 1 3
3  Argentina 0 4 2 6
Total 12 10 7 29
  • Note: Totals include both individual and team medals, with medals in the team competition counting as one medal.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 81 athletes (+ 1 guest athlete) from 6 countries (1 + guest country) participated.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b CAMPEONATO SUDAMERICANO DE CROSS COUNTRY (in Spanish), Confederación Atlética del Uruguay, retrieved January 12, 2014 
  2. ^ Peters, Lionel; Magnusson, Tomas (October 27, 2012), SOUTH AMERICAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - SAXC - 1994 Manaus BRA Jan 12-13, World Junior Athletics History (WJAH), retrieved January 12, 2014 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved January 12, 2014 

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