1997 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XXIX South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city San Carlos, Uruguay Uruguay
Date(s) June 20-21
Level Junior
Participation about 302 athletes from
11 nations
Events 43

The 29th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in San Carlos, Uruguay from June 20-21, 1997.

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 302 athletes from about 11 countries: Argentina (59), Bolivia (3), Brazil (65), Chile (32), Colombia (21), Ecuador (22), Panama (1), Paraguay (22), Peru (15), Uruguay (38), Venezuela (24).


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  Martín Cortese (ARG) 11.03  Heber Viera (URU) 11.04  Evandro Tristão (BRA) 11.14
200 metres  Heber Viera (URU) 21.57  José Luis Herrera (COL) 21.80  Daniel Toledo (BRA) 21.81
400 metres  Damián Spector (ARG) 47.80  William Hernández (VEN) 48.52  Vicente Erut (ARG) 48.70
800 metres  John Chávez (COL) 1:54.97  Glauco da Silva (BRA) 1:55.52  Carlos Márquez (VEN) 1:56.01
1500 metres  Cristián Rosales (URU) 3:52.13  Juan Carlos de Bastos (ARG) 3:52.14  John Chávez (COL) 3:54.90
5000 metres  Cristián Rosales (URU) 14:23.32  Edegar Lobo (BRA) 14:25.75  Leonardo da Silva (BRA) 14:40.15
10000 metres  Lervis Arias (VEN) 30:24.20  Jonathan Matos (BRA) 30:32.04  Gustavo Pereira (URU) 31:15.78
3000 metres steeplechase  Juan Carlos de Bastos (ARG) 9:05.93  Sebastián González Cabot (ARG) 9:12.70  Damião de Melo (BRA) 9:16.06
110 metres hurdles  Rodrigo Palladino (BRA) 14.59  Paulo Villar (COL) 15.39  Pablo Sandoval (CHI) 15.43
400 metres hurdles  Adriano Maia (BRA) 53.01  Robson dos Santos (BRA) 53.46  Paulo Villar (COL) 55.74
High Jump  Fabrício Romero (BRA) 2.09  Alfredo Deza (PER) 2.06  Wagner Príncipe (BRA) 2.06
Pole Vault  Cristian Aguirre (ARG) 4.65  Juan Maronese (ARG) 4.60  Gustavo Rehder (BRA) 4.55
Long Jump  Pablo Quiroga (CHI) 7.15w  Jefferson Lopes (BRA) 7.02w  Felipe Soto (COL) 7.01w
Triple Jump  Jefferson Lopes (BRA) 15.26  Johnny Rodríguez (VEN) 14.98  Alvin Rentería (COL) 14.84
Shot Put  Ronny Jiménez (VEN) 16.14  Jhonny Rodríguez (COL) 16.02  Andrés Calvo (ARG) 15.84
Discus Throw  Andrés Calvo (ARG) 49.60  Hernán Vázquez (ARG) 48.68  Julián Angulo (COL) 46.54
Hammer Throw  Cristian Fernández (ARG) 56.40  Juan Palacios (ARG) 52.02  Luis Prieto (VEN) 46.68
Javelin Throw  Edwin Cuesta (VEN) 64.58  Adriano Vitorino (BRA) 62.84  Philip Delard (CHI) 59.20
Decathlon  Édson Bindilatti (BRA) 6561  Santiago Lorenzo (ARG) 6508  Alejo Kerwitz (ARG) 6151
10000 metres Track Walk  Román Criollo (ECU) 44:20.95  Geovanny Quinche (ECU) 44:43.17  Raomir Hernández (VEN) 45:11.96
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 41.70  Argentina 41.86  Uruguay 42.58
4 x 400 metres relay  Argentina 3:13.29  Brazil 3:14.30  Venezuela 3:17.21

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Mary Vázquez (COL) 12.36  Juliana Pereira (BRA) 12.41  Ana Mariuxi Caicedo (ECU) 12.46
200 metres  Juliana Pereira (BRA) 24.52  Mary Vázquez (COL) 24.82  Vanesa de Oliveira (BRA) 25.41
400 metres  Josiane Tito (BRA) 55.68  Ana Paula Pereira (BRA) 56.37  Norbelis Bracho (VEN) 56.59
800 metres  Josiane Tito (BRA) 2:09.25  Christiane dos Santos (BRA) 2:09.92  Faustina Huamaní (PER) 2:11.77
1500 metres  Faustina Huamaní (PER) 4:32.1  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 4:32.5  Fabiana Cristine da Silva (BRA) 4:34.2
3000 metres  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 9:56.15  María Paredes (ECU) 9:57.31  Valquíria dos Santos (BRA) 9:58.43
5000 metres  Bertha Sánchez (COL) 16:57.53  María Paredes (ECU) 17:02.42  Lucélia Peres (BRA) 17:03.10
100 metres hurdles  Kelly Ribeiro de Oliveira (BRA) 14.34  Cora Olivero (ARG) 14.70  Patrícia de Souza (BRA) 14.71
400 metres hurdles  Ana Paula Pereira (BRA) 59.93  Karina Soto (URU) 60.91  Rúbia dos Santos (BRA) 61.11
High Jump  Delfina Blaquier (ARG) 1.77  Eliana da Silva (BRA) 1.74  Glaucia da Silva (BRA) 1.74
Pole Vault  Déborah Gyurcsek (URU) 3.60  Miriam Schwuchow (BRA) 3.10  Carolina González (CHI) 3.10
Long Jump  Gisele de Oliveira (BRA) 5.74  Yorly Lasso (COL) 5.71  Edilene Ferreira (BRA) 5.66
Triple Jump  Edilene Ferreira (BRA) 12.26  Gisele de Oliveira (BRA) 12.14  Silvina Boretto (ARG) 12.09
Shot Put  Luz Dary Castro (COL) 13.63  Vânia Kolonko (BRA) 13.11  Ana Borregales (VEN) 12.98
Discus Throw  María Cubillán (VEN) 42.66  Luz Dary Castro (COL) 41.86  Maria Alexandre (BRA) 40.44
Hammer Throw  Anabell Gómez (VEN) 46.00  Dubraska Rodríguez (VEN) 44.06  Romina Toulemonde (ARG) 42.26
Javelin Throw  Xiolimar Carolina Castillo (VEN) 46.34  Valeria do Nascimento (BRA) 42.82  Cristina Dia (BRA) 41.64
Heptathlon  Gladibeth Morles (VEN) 4647  María Fernanda Dilascio (ARG) 4547  Ellen Marinho (BRA) 4499
5000 metres Track Walk  Gladys Criollo (ECU) 24:15.19  Luisa Paltín (ECU) 24:22.53  Mayra Sosa (VEN) 24:54.06
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 47.26  Colombia 48.20  Argentina 48.95
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:44.11  Colombia 3:52.25  Uruguay 3:53.03

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 15 15 17 47
2  Argentina 8 9 6 23
3  Venezuela 7 3 7 17
4  Colombia 5 9 5 19
5  Uruguay 4 2 3 9
6  Ecuador 2 4 1 7
7  Peru 1 1 1 3
8  Chile 1 0 3 4


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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