2000 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XXXII South American Junior Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city São Leopoldo, Brazil Brazil
Date(s) October 7-8
Main stadium University of Unisinos Track club
Level Junior
Participation about 260 athletes from
11 nations
Events 44

The 32nd South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in São Leopoldo, Brazil at the University of Unisinos Track club from October 7-8, 2000. Athletes from Portugal were invited to participate as guests.[1]

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the CBAt,[2][3][4][5] on the IAAF[1] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[6] An unofficial count (without the Portuguese guest athletes) yields the number of about 260 athletes from about 11 countries: Argentina (53), Bolivia (3), Brazil (66), Chile (46), Colombia (8), Ecuador (16), Panama (2), Paraguay (24), Peru (3), Uruguay (14), Venezuela (25).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published for men[7] and women[8] Complete results can be found on the CBAt,[2][3][4][5] on the IAAF[1] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[6]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Bruno Campos (BRA) 10.74  Helly Ollarves (VEN) 10.75  Pablo Del Valle (ARG) 10.99
200 metres  Pablo Del Valle (ARG) 21.36w  Guillermo Mayer (CHI) 21.75w  Basílio de Moraes (BRA) 21.99w
400 metres  William Hernández (VEN) 46.43  Jonathan Palma (VEN) 46.71  Anderson da Silva (BRA) 48.24
800 metres  Jonathan Palma (VEN) 1:50.18  Simoncito Silvera (VEN) 1:50.54  Fabiano Peçanha (BRA) 1:52.42
1500 metres  Sebastián Gesualdo (ARG) 3:54.43  Byron Piedra (ECU) 3:54.70  Fabiano Peçanha (BRA) 3:54.89
5000 metres  César Pelaluisa (ECU) 15:01.38  Jorge Cabrera (PAR) 15:05.94  Rodrigo Bedezagar (ARG) 15:09.31
10000 metres  Jonathan Monje (CHI) 30:36.01  Jorge Cabrera (PAR) 30:39.51  Franck de Almeida (BRA) 30:42.31
3000 metres steeplechase  Fernando Fernandes (BRA) 8:59.12  Mariano Mastromarino (ARG) 9:02.00  Sergio Lobos (CHI) 9:02.21
110 metres hurdles  Mateus Inocêncio (BRA) 14.53  Marleán Reyna (VEN) 14.67  Diego Morán (ARG) 14.73
400 metres hurdles  Jorge Chaverra (COL) 52.23  Luis Montenegro (CHI) 52.37  William Pereira (BRA) 52.84
High Jump  Jessé de Lima (BRA) 2.09  Santiago Guerci (ARG) 2.09  Sidney Reinhold (BRA) 2.09
Pole Vault  José Francisco Nava (CHI) 5.10  Fábio da Silva (BRA) 5.00  Cristián Castillo (CHI) 4.90
Long Jump  Víctor Castillo (VEN) 7.70  Thiago Dias (BRA) 7.58  Marcelo da Costa (BRA) 7.52
Triple Jump  Marcelo da Costa (BRA) 16.22w  Piero Vojvodic (PER) 15.52w  Jefferson Sabino (BRA) 15.49w
Shot Put  Mateus Monari (BRA) 16.36  Edmundo Martínez (VEN) 16.30  Daniel Muñoz (CHI) 15.90
Discus Throw  Héctor Hurtado (VEN) 49.37  Mateus Monari (BRA) 47.26  Jesús Parejo (VEN) 45.83
Hammer Throw  Lucas Andino (ARG) 60.41  Fabián Di Paolo (ARG) 58.14  Roberto Sáez (CHI) 55.87
Javelin Throw  Pablo Alfano (ARG) 68.90  Ronald Noguera (VEN) 67.40  Alexon Maximiano (BRA) 67.01
Decathlon  Ivan da Silva (BRA) 6874  Rubén Arcía (VEN) 6363  Gabriel Paredes (ARG) 6263
10000 metres Track Walk  Cristián Muñoz (CHI) 42:32.85  José Bagio (BRA) 43:42.47  John Jairo García (COL) 44:14.06
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 41.08  Chile 41.34  Colombia 41.90
4 x 400 metres relay  Venezuela 3:16.77  Chile 3:17.72  Argentina 3:25.78

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Thatiana Ignácio (BRA) 11.89  Luciana Lazet (ARG) 12.11  Wilmary Álvarez (VEN) 12.13
200 metres  Norma González (COL) 24.23w  Luciana Lazet (ARG) 24.46w  Wilmary Álvarez (VEN) 24.66w
400 metres  Amanda Dias (BRA) 55.05  Yusmelys García (VEN) 55.50  Perla dos Santos (BRA) 55.58
800 metres  Jenny Mejías (VEN) 2:08.47  Juliana de Azevedo (BRA) 2:08.54  Ana Cláudia Coimbra (BRA) 2:10.08
1500 metres  Ana Cláudia Coimbra (BRA) 4:41.19  Mónica Amboya (ECU) 4:43.20  María de los Ángeles (ARG) 4:47.14
3000 metres  Lucélia Peres (BRA) 9:31.10  Tatiane Sá (BRA) 9:59.22  Elena Arias (ECU) 10:11.51
5000 metres  Lucélia Peres (BRA) 17:23.18  Sara Nivicela (ECU) 17:50.13  Alexandra Cedeño (ECU) 18:01.25
3000 metres steeplechase  Valquíria dos Santos (BRA) 10:45.09  Mónica Amboya (ECU) 10:54.74  Patrícia Lobo (BRA) 10:59.03
100 metres hurdles  Maíla Machado (BRA) 14.00  Sira Córdoba (COL) 14.17  Francisca Guzmán (CHI) 14.35
400 metres hurdles  Sira Córdoba (COL) NTT  Perla dos Santos (BRA) NTT  Yusmelys García (VEN) NTT
High Jump  Jorgelina Rodríguez (ARG) 1.82  Jailma de Lima (BRA) 1.71  Kerstin Weiss (CHI) 1.71
Pole Vault  Fabiana Murer (BRA) 3.75  Aliusha Díaz (URU) 3.70  Alina Alló (ARG) 3.50
Long Jump  Laurice Félix (BRA) 6.03w  Jennifer Arveláez (VEN) 5.95w  Fernanda Gonçalves (BRA) 5.90
Triple Jump  Keila Costa (BRA) 13.65w  Jennifer Arveláez (VEN) 13.36  Fernanda Delfino (BRA) 12.74w
Shot Put  Fernanda Resende (BRA) 15.02  Yanira Hurtado (VEN) 13.82  Márcia Souza (BRA) 13.18
Discus Throw  Fernanda Resende (BRA) 46.64  María Cubillán (VEN) 44.49  Renata de Figueirêdo (BRA) 42.19
Hammer Throw  Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 54.95  Dubraska Rodríguez (VEN) 54.72  María Mercedes Melogno (URU) 51.00
Javelin Throw  Jurema César (BRA) 48.52  María González (VEN) 46.76  Leryn Franco (PAR) 46.50
Heptathlon  Valeria Steffens (CHI) 5064  Katiusca Venâncio (BRA) 4829  Patricia Cavanna (ARG) 4559
10000 metres Track Walk  Ariana Quino (BOL) 51:32.57  Lizbeth Zúñiga (PER) 52:41.62  Marcela Pacheco (CHI) 52:47.83
4 x 100 metres relay  Venezuela 46.87  Chile 46.95  Brazil 47.39
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:42.99  Venezuela 3:45.48  Argentina 3:50.34


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 22 9 18 49
2  Venezuela 7 15 4 26
3  Argentina 6 5 9 20
4  Chile 4 5 7 16
5  Colombia 3 1 2 6
6  Ecuador 1 4 2 7
7  Bolivia 1 0 0 1
8  Paraguay 0 2 1 3
9  Peru 0 2 0 2
10  Uruguay 0 1 1 2

Final scoring per countries[edit]

Final scoring per countries were published.[1]


References[edit]

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