1994 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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XII South American Youth Championships in Athletics
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Host city Cochabamba, Bolivia Bolivia
Date(s) September 30-October 2
Level Youth
Participation about 233 athletes from
11 nations
Events 38

The 12th South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Cochabamba, Bolivia from September 30-October 2, 1994.

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 Cochabamba is located at 2,558 metres above sea level.

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +1.8 m/s)  Jimmy Pino (COL) 10.71A  Martín Voss (ARG) 10.94A  Jonathan Medina (VEN) 11.03A
200 metres (wind: -2.3 m/s)  Jimmy Pino (COL) 21.95A  Daniel de Oliveira (BRA) 22.54A  Evandro Tristão (BRA) 22.62A
400 metres  Arturo Arce (PER) 49.70A  Rogério Rufino (BRA) 50.14A  Marcos García (URU) 50.22A
800 metres  Marcos García (URU) 1:58.63A  Wendell Silva (BRA) 1:59.77A  Everson Silva (BRA) 2:00.88A
1500 metres  Claudinei Vítor (BRA) 4:16.22A  Wendell Silva (BRA) 4:17.13A  Juan Mamani (PER) 4:18.78A
5000 metres  Juan Mamani (PER) 16:33.52A  Isaac Colque (BOL) 16:43.39A  Jeison Vargas (COL) 17:12.02A
1500 metres steeplechase  Angelo Álvarez (CHI) 4:40.33A  Damião de Melo (BRA) 4:47.13A  Erick Jujra (PER) 4:50.82A
110 metres hurdles (wind: +2.3 m/s)  Rodrigo Palladino (BRA) 14.55A w  Rodrigo Terra (BRA) 14.76A w  Tomás Vega (CHI) 14.87A w
300 metres hurdles  Tomás Vega (CHI) 38.60A  Rodrigo Palladino (BRA) 39.00A  Gustavo Blanco (ARG) 39.24A
High Jump  Fabrício Romero (BRA) 2.07A  Wagner Príncipe (BRA) 2.00A  Camel Etcheverry (COL) 1.97A
Pole Vault  Cristian Aguirre (ARG) 3.90A  Santiago Lorenzo (ARG) 3.70A  Daniel Rosende (CHI) 3.50A
Long Jump  Diego Ripanti (ARG) 7.21A  Johnny Rodríguez (VEN) 6.93A  Luis Marfán (CHI) 6.86A
Triple Jump  Johnny Rodríguez (VEN) 14.85A  Luiz da Silveira (BRA) 14.83A  Diego Ripanti (ARG) 14.21A
Shot Put  José Puyol (CHI) 15.08A  Jeberton Fermino (BRA) 14.73A  John Mena (COL) 14.67A
Discus Throw  Hernán Vázquez (ARG) 44.68A  John Mena (COL) 44.52A  Renato Pires (BRA) 44.18A
Hammer Throw  Cristian Fernández (ARG) 64.14A  Juan Palacios (ARG) 53.00A  Renzo Godoy (PER) 46.38A
Javelin Throw  Santiago Lorenzo (ARG) 58.16A  Adriano Vitorino (BRA) 56.52A  John Mena (COL) 54.94A
Hexathlon  Ramón Vivas (VEN) 4069A  Carlos García (VEN) 4045A  Adriano de Oliveira (BRA) 3933A
5000 metres Track Walk  Raomir Hernández (VEN) NTT  Franciello de Souza (BRA) NTT  Juan Chocho (ECU) NTT
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Daniel Toledo
Alessandro Rodrigues
Rodrigo Palladino
Evandro de Tristão
42.64A  Argentina
Leandro Renny
Diego Ripanti
Gustavo Blanco
Martín Voss
43.13A  Chile
Daniel Haeussler
Andres Illanes
Gonzalo Risopatrón
Benjamín Arteaga
43.35A
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Dourado
Aurelio
Rogerio da Silva
dos Santos
3:21.63A  Peru
Jimmy Silva
Ramírez
Christian García
Arturo Arce
3:25.45A  Argentina
Martín Voss
Blas Parada
Juan Pardo
Gustavo Blanco
3:27.38A

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.2 m/s)  Alessandra Ferreira (BRA) 12.23A  María Laura Rodríguez (ARG) 12.24A  Adriana Moraes (BRA) 12.37A
200 metres (wind: 1.6 m/s)  Adriana Moraes (BRA) 25.32A  Silvana de Santana (BRA) 25.46A  Andrea Higuita (COL) 25.57A
400 metres  Zulay Nazareno (VEN) 57.27A  Josiane Tito (BRA) 57.71A  Karina Soto (URU) 58.44A
800 metres  Fabiana da Silva (BRA) 2:14.30A  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 2:16.64A  Maria Cecilia Silva (BRA) 2:18.90A
1500 metres  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 4:46.99A  Joaquina Rondón (COL) 4:50.49A  Fabiana da Silva (BRA) 4:53.49A
3000 metres  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 10:35.2A  Joaquina Rondón (COL) 10:39.8A  Fabiana da Silva (BRA) 10:46.4A
100 metres hurdles (wind: 1.4 m/s)  Patrícia de Souza (BRA) 14.56A  Cora Olivero (ARG) 14.72A  Kelly Ribeiro de Oliveira (BRA) 14.76A
300 metres hurdles  Rúbia dos Santos (BRA) 43.37A  Carolina Matesic (CHI) 44.48A  Eyda Rentería (COL) 44.74A
High Jump  Silmara Gandolfo (BRA) 1.67A  Aline Zimmermann (BRA) 1.64A  Gisela Pfeiffer (ARG) 1.61A
Long Jump  Gisele de Oliveira (BRA) 5.85A  Gisela Pfeiffer (ARG) 5.76A  Alicia Medina (ARG) 5.74A
Shot Put  Polianna de Oliveira (BRA) 11.87A  Luz Dary Castro (COL) 11.76A  Elisângela Zuede (BRA) 11.64A
Discus Throw  Guadalupe Sallar (ARG) 38.16A  Luz Dary Castro (COL) 35.66A  Giovanna Miranda (BRA) 34.18A
Javelin Throw  Daniela Massoli (CHI) 41.72A  Giovanna Miranda (BRA) 39.42A  Xiolimar Carolina Castillo (VEN) 36.34A
Pentathlon  Ellen Marinho (BRA) 3234A  Gladibeth Morles (VEN) 3060A  Laura Spelmeyer (ARG) 2953A
3000 metres Track Walk  Gladys Criollo (ECU) 15:39.2A  Rosa Sánchez (BOL) 15:52.6A  Saskia Luetke (BRA) 16:20.5A
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Campeiro
Silvania da Conceiçao
Adriana Moraes
Alessandra Ferreira
47.31A  Peru
Ursula Romero
Patricia Hasegawa
Lucía Rodríguez
Erika Varillas
48.75A  Argentina
Flavia Rougier
Valeria Falcón
Carolina Mondelo
María Laura Rodríguez
49.21A
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Josiane Tito
Rúbia dos Santos
Silvania da Conceiçao
Adriana Moraes
3:53.14A  Chile
Carolina Matesic
Rosa Hernández
Sandra Llanquin
Paula Osorio
4:01.62A  Argentina
Cora Olivero
Alicia Medina
Jessica Cardinal
Carolina Mondelo
4:07.93A

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 16 16 12 44
2  Argentina 6 7 8 21
3  Colombia 4 6 6 16
4  Venezuela 4 3 2 9
5  Chile 4 2 4 10
6 Peru Perú 2 2 3 7
7  Uruguay 1 0 2 3
8  Ecuador 1 0 1 2
9  Bolivia 0 2 0 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 233 athletes from about 11 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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