2003 South American Championships in Athletics

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42nd South American Championships
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Host city Barquisimeto, VenezuelaVenezuela
Date(s) 20–22 June 2003
Main stadium Polideportivo Máximo Viloria
Participation 296 athletes from
12 nations
Events 44
Records set 8 Championships records

The 2003 South American Championships in Athletics were held from June 20 to June 22 at the Polideportivo Máximo Viloria[1][2] in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Detailed day-by-day reports can be found on the IAAF website.[3][4][5]

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see 2003 South American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Édson Ribeiro
 Brazil
10.30 Heber Viera
 Uruguay
10.33 Jarbas Mascarenhas
 Brazil
10.36
200 metres Heber Viera
 Uruguay
20.60 Claudinei da Silva
 Brazil
20.63 Jorge Sena
 Brazil
20.71
400 metres William José Hernández
 Venezuela
45.81 Anderson Jorge dos Santos
 Brazil
46.07 Mauricio Mery
 Chile
46.20
800 metres Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
1:46.32 Osmar dos Santos
 Brazil
1:46.92 Simoncito Silveira
 Venezuela
1:48.31
1500 metres Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
3:39.74 Miguel Ángel García
 Venezuela
3:41.01 Javier Carriqueo
 Argentina
3:42.65
5000 metres Marílson dos Santos
 Brazil
13:52.15 William Naranjo
 Colombia
14:03.41 Luis Fonseca
 Venezuela
14:17.44
10000 metres William Naranjo
 Colombia
29:37.38 Luiz Almeida
 Brazil
29:49.11 José Alejandro Semprún
 Venezuela
30:06.03
3000 metres steeplechase Néstor Nieves
 Venezuela
8:46.41 Celso Ficagna
 Brazil
8:51.73 Richard Arias
 Ecuador
8:52.66
110 metres hurdles Redelen dos Santos
 Brazil
13.45 CR Jackson Quinónez
 Ecuador
13.59 Mateus Inocencio
 Brazil
13.69
400 metres hurdles Bayano Kamani
 Panama
50.10 Cleverson da Silva
 Brazil
50.35 Eronilde de Araújo
 Brazil
50.81
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Jarbas Mascarenhas
Édson Ribeiro
Cláudio Roberto Souza
Claudinei da Silva
38.96  Venezuela
Juan Morillo
Omar José Cortés
José Carabalí
Hely Ollarves
39.85  Chile
Pablo Colville
Ricardo Roach
Guillermo Mayer
Mauricio Mery
40.04
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Luís Ambrosio
Eronilde de Araújo
Flávio Godoy
Anderson Jorge dos Santos
3:05.28  Venezuela
Jonathan Palma
Luis Raúl Luna
Danny Núnez
William José Hernández
3:09.26  Colombia
Jhon Chávez
Gélver Espinoza
Edgar José Bermudes
Julio César Rojas
3:09.48
20000 metres track walk Sérgio Galdino
 Brazil
1:25:54.2 Fredy Hernández
 Colombia
1:26:00.0 Cristián Munoz
 Chile
1:31:16.1
High jump Fabrício Romero
 Brazil
2.22 Jessé de Lima
 Brazil
2.22 Alfredo Deza
 Peru
2.16
Pole vault Ricardo Diez
 Venezuela
5.20 Javier Benítez
 Argentina
5.20 Gustavo Rehder
 Brazil
5.10
Long jump Víctor Castillo
 Venezuela
7.78 Sérgio dos Santos
 Brazil
7.65 Irving Saladino
 Panama
7.46
Triple jump Jadel Gregório
 Brazil
16.76 Anísio Silva
 Brazil
16.22 Johnny Rodríguez
 Venezuela
16.12
Shot put Marco Antonio Verni
 Chile
20.23 CR Yojer Medina
 Venezuela
19.29 Jhonny Rodríguez
 Colombia
18.22
Discus throw Marcelo Pugliese
 Argentina
57.44 Jorge Balliengo
 Argentina
55.22 Héctor Hurtado
 Venezuela
54.61
Hammer throw Juan Cerra
 Argentina
73.31 Adrián Marzo
 Argentina
67.25 Aldo Bello
 Venezuela
65.27
Javelin throw Luiz Fernando da Silva
 Brazil
79.50 CR Noraldo Palacios
 Colombia
76.81 Nery Kennedy
 Paraguay
75.53
Decathlon Édson Bindilatti
 Brazil
7254 Juan Jaramillo
 Venezuela
6763 Enrique Aguirre
 Argentina
6585

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Digna Luz Murillo
 Colombia
11.35 Lucimar de Moura
 Brazil
11.43 Wilmary Álvarez
 Venezuela
11.59
200 metres Digna Luz Murillo
 Colombia
23.13 Lucimar de Moura
 Brazil
23.34 Wilmary Álvarez
 Venezuela
23.40
400 metres Geisa Coutinho
 Brazil
51.81 Eliana Pacheco
 Venezuela
52.43 Josiane Tito
 Brazil
52.68
800 metres Luciana Mendes
 Brazil
2:02.06 Christiane dos Santos
 Brazil
2:02.50 Rosibel García
 Colombia
2:02.84
1500 metres Juliana de Azevedo
 Brazil
4:17.54 CR Niusha Mancilla
 Bolivia
4:21.54 Ana Cláudia Coimbra
 Brazil
4:21.75
5000 metres Maria Rodrigues
 Brazil
16:11.70 Erika Olivera
 Chile
16:23.97 Lucélia Peres
 Brazil
16:36.31
10000 metres Ednalva da Silva
 Brazil
34:13.50 Erika Olivera
 Chile
34:43.02 Luz Eliana Silva
 Chile
35:01.73
3000 metres steeplechase Mónica Amboya
 Ecuador
10:25.90 CR Silvia Paredes
 Ecuador
10:38.22 Patrícia Lobo
 Brazil
10:55.88
100 metres hurdles Gilvaneide Parrela
 Brazil
13.44 Maíla Machado
 Brazil
13.63 Princesa Oliveros
 Colombia
13.77
400 metres hurdles Lucimar Teodoro
 Brazil
56.86 CR Raquel da Costa
 Brazil
57.51 Princesa Oliveros
 Colombia
57.53
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Renata Vilela Sampaio
Lucimar de Moura
Rosemar Coelho Neto
Thatiana Regina Ignâcio
44.16  Colombia
Mirtha Brock
Luz Celia Ararat
Melisa Murillo
Digna Luz Murillo
44.67  Chile
Daniela Riderelli
María José Echeverría
Daniela Pávez
María Izabel Coloma
45.37
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Maria Laura Almirao
Josiane Tito
Lucimar Teodoro
Geisa Coutinho
3:28.64 CR  Venezuela
Wilmary Álvarez
Ángela Alfonso
Yusmelis García
Eliana Pacheco
3:34.30  Colombia
Luz Celia Ararat
Princesa Oliveros
Mirtha Brock
Rosibel García
3:41.05
20000 metres track walk Sandra Zapata
 Colombia
1:40:52.60 Morelba Useche
 Venezuela
1:48:24.90 Marcela Pacheco
 Chile
1:49:50.10
High jump Luciane Dambacher
 Brazil
1.82 Yetzálida Pérez
 Venezuela
1.82 Claudia Casals
 Argentina
1.79
Pole vault Alejandra García
 Argentina
4.20 Carolina Torres
 Chile
4.20 Milena Agudelo
 Colombia
4.00
Long jump Keila Costa
 Brazil
6.30 Catherine Ibargüen
 Colombia
6.04 Mónica Falcioni
 Uruguay
5.94
Triple jump Keila Costa
 Brazil
13.62 Luciana dos Santos
 Brazil
13.42 Catherine Ibargüen
 Colombia
13.07
Shot put Elisângela Adriano
 Brazil
18.34 Luz Dary Castro
 Colombia
16.59 Marianne Berndt
 Chile
16.39
Discus throw Elisângela Adriano
 Brazil
58.37 Luz Dary Castro
 Colombia
51.73 María Cubillán
 Venezuela
50.47
Hammer throw Katiuscia de Jesus
 Brazil
61.01 CR Josiane Soares
 Brazil
59.65 Adriana Benaventa
 Venezuela
58.34
Javelin throw Sabina Moya
 Colombia
58.30 Alessandra Resende
 Brazil
57.01 Romina Maggi
 Argentina
52.36
Heptathlon Thaimara Rivas
 Venezuela
5622 Elizete da Silva
 Brazil
5334 Valeria Steffens
 Chile
5169

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 27 18 9 54
2  Venezuela 5 9 10 24
3  Colombia 5 7 8 20
4  Argentina 3 3 4 10
5  Chile 1 3 8 12
6  Ecuador 1 2 1 4
7  Uruguay 1 1 1 3
8  Panama 1 0 1 2
9  Bolivia 0 1 0 1
10  Paraguay 0 0 1 1
10  Peru 0 0 1 1

Participation[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ EFE (Feb 20, 2003), Ciudad venezolana de Barquisimeto postula a sede Sudamericano (in Spanish), La Nación S.A., retrieved November 9, 2011 
  2. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (June 19, 2003), Venezuela to host Historic South American Championships, IAAF, retrieved November 8, 2011 
  3. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (June 21, 2003), 20.23 by Verni in SP – Day One, South American Champs, IAAF, retrieved November 8, 2011 
  4. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (June 22, 2003), 13.45 110mH by Redelen dos Santos – Day 2, S. American Champs, IAAF, retrieved November 8, 2011 
  5. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (June 23, 2003), Brazil reigns supreme in South American Championships, IAAF, retrieved November 8, 2011