2003 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XXXV South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Guayaquil, Ecuador Ecuador
Date(s) June 7-8
Main stadium Estadio Modelo
Level Junior
Participation about 230 athletes from
12 nations
Events 44

The 35th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Modelo[1][2] in Guayaquil, Ecuador from June 7-8, 2003.

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 230 athletes from about 12 countries: Argentina (21), Bolivia (4), Brazil (68), Chile (37), Colombia (20), Ecuador (34), Guyana (1), Panama (2), Paraguay (2), Peru (10), Uruguay (4), Venezuela (27).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published for men[4] and women[5] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[3]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Jorge Sena (BRA) 10.45  Bruno Góes (BRA) 10.56  Andrés Rodríguez (PAN) 10.79
200 metres  Jorge Sena (BRA) 21.32  Bruno Góes (BRA) 21.40  Andrés Silva (URU) 21.45
400 metres  Andrés Silva (URU) 46.54  Thiago Chyaromont (BRA) 47.37  Francisco Aguirre (ECU) 47.56
800 metres  Thiago Chyaromont (BRA) 1:51.41  Kleberson Davide (BRA) 1:51.41  Evans Pinto (BOL) 1:53.10
1500 metres  Matías Carranza (ARG) 3:54.3  Danny Cornieles (VEN) 3:54.9  Jean Calzadilla (VEN) 3:55.4
5000 metres  Gilialdo Koball (BRA) 14:43.2  Deivis Sanches (VEN) 14:49.7  John Cusi (PER) 14:51.7
10000 metres  Deivis Sanches (VEN) 31:21.77  Adilson Dolberth (BRA) 31:23.48  Jefferson de Castro (BRA) 31:57.52
3000 metres steeplechase  Rodolfo Hass (BRA) 9:02.23#  Cristián Patiño (ECU) 9:02.24#  Jean Calzadilla (VEN) 9:14.95#
110 metres hurdles  Rodrigo Pereira (BRA) 14.19  Diego Soffia (CHI) 14.81  Elton Costa (BRA) 14.88
400 metres hurdles  Ricardo da Silva (BRA) 52.81  Raphael Fernandes (BRA) 53.15  Cristian Deymonaz (ARG) 53.61
High Jump  Fábio Baptista (BRA) 2.09  Ederson de Oliveira (BRA) 2.06  Cristián Herrera (CHI) 2.06
Pole Vault  Germán Chiaraviglio (ARG) 5.16  João Gabriel Sousa (BRA) 5.00  Guillermo Chiaraviglio II (ARG) 4.65
Long Jump  Thiago Dias (BRA) 7.51  Rubens dos Santos (BRA) 7.41  Pablo Schultz (CHI) 7.31w
Triple Jump  Leonardo dos Santos (BRA) 15.89w  Henagio Galvão (BRA) 15.47  Adalberto Mulato (COL) 15.05w
Shot Put  Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 19.67#  Geovanny García (COL) 18.64#  Jhoan Jaramillo (VEN) 17.89#
Discus Throw  Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 62.29*  Ronald Julião (BRA) 56.36*  Germán Lauro (ARG) 56.08*
Hammer Throw  Leandro Benetti (ARG) 66.69*  Douglas dos Santos (BRA) 57.12*  Tomás Angosto (CHI) 56.12*
Javelin Throw  Júlio César de Oliveira (BRA) 70.94  Johny Viáfara (COL) 61.84  Aercio de Oliveira (BRA) 58.90
Decathlon  Matías López (ARG) 6749*  Freddy Díaz (VEN) 6396*  Pablo Cabrera (ARG) 6357*
10000 metres Track Walk  Patricio Ortega (ECU) 44:07.5  Carlos Borgoño (CHI) 44:09.3  Vanderlei dos Santos (BRA) 46:15.0
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil 41.19  Chile 42.07  Argentina 42.54
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:14.03  Argentina 3:17.41  Ecuador 3:19.09

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Evelyn dos Santos (BRA) 11.66  Wilmary Álvarez (VEN) 11.68  Franciela Krasucki (BRA) 11.77
200 metres  Wilmary Álvarez (VEN) 23.68  Evelyn dos Santos (BRA) 24.01  Ángela Alfonso (VEN) 24.14
400 metres  Amanda Dias (BRA) 54.50  Ángela Alfonso (VEN) 54.65  Fernanda Tavares (BRA) 56.38
800 metres  Rejane da Silva (BRA) 2:11.16  Jenny Mejías (VEN) 2:12.13  Lidia da Silva (BRA) 2:14.34
1500 metres  Rejane da Silva (BRA) 4:32.2  Sabine Heitling (BRA) 4:33.0  Rocío Huillca (PER) 4:35.0
3000 metres  Inés Melchor (PER) 9:58.83  Zenaide Vieira (BRA) 9:59.86  Gabriela Oliveira (BRA) 10:01.86
5000 metres  Inés Melchor (PER) 16:57.0  Gabriela Oliveira (BRA) 17:05.1  Michele das Chagas (BRA) 17:06.0
3000 metres steeplechase  Zenaide Vieira (BRA) 10:37.85#  Ángela Figueroa (COL) 10:46.24#  Edna Souza (BRA) 11:00.52#
100 metres hurdles  Lucimara da Silva (BRA) 14.16  Karina Quejada (COL) 14.17  Evelyn de Santana (BRA) 14.56
400 metres hurdles  Amanda Dias (BRA) 59.38  Fernanda Tavares (BRA) 60.99  Jessica Miller (URU) 61.61
High Jump  Catherine Ibargüen (COL) 1.80  Jailma de Lima (BRA) 1.77  Marielys Rojas (VEN) 1.77
Pole Vault  Karla da Silva (BRA) 3.85  Milena Agudelo (COL) 3.80  Michaela Heitkotter (BRA) 3.65
Long Jump  Macarena Reyes (CHI) 6.10  Kauiza Venâncio (BRA) 5.65  Daisy Ugarte (BOL) 5.61
Triple Jump  Catherine Ibargüen (COL) 13.05  Macarena Reyes (CHI) 12.64w  Daisy Ugarte (BOL) 12.60
Shot Put  Paola Cheppi (ARG) 15.11  Leidy Arboleda (COL) 14.34  Juliana Olier (COL) 14.04
Discus Throw  Roberto Argentino (BRA) 42.36  Juliana Olier (COL) 42.31  Martha Ayala (ARG) 41.42
Hammer Throw  Adriana Benaventa (VEN) 55.39  Juliana Olier (COL) 49.86  Daniela San José (CHI) 47.41
Javelin Throw  Mariela Aguer (ARG) 48.20  Maria Ramos (BRA) 46.58  Leidy Arboleda (COL) 46.37
Heptathlon  Jailma de Lima (BRA) 4979  María Azzato (ARG) 4635  Claritza Chourio (VEN) 4460
10000 metres Track Walk  Alessandra Picagevicz (BRA) 49:22.7  Juana Cahui (PER) 49:30.1  Josette Sepúlveda (CHI) 51:27.8
4 x 100 metres relay  Chile 46.54  Venezuela 46.92  Brazil 46.92
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:42.24  Venezuela 3:42.55  Ecuador 3:50.73


Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 27 20 13 60
2  Argentina 6 2 6 14
3  Venezuela 3 8 6 17
4  Colombia 2 8 3 13
5  Chile 2 4 5 11
6  Peru 2 1 2 5
7  Ecuador 1 1 3 5
8  Uruguay 1 0 2 3
9  Bolivia 0 0 3 3
10  Panama 0 0 1 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ Guayaquil recibe a los atletas de Sudamérica (in Spanish), Compañia Anónima EL UNIVERSO, June 7, 2003, retrieved November 4, 2011 
  2. ^ Gomes de Mendonça, Gustavo (June 11, 2003), Brazil retains South American Junior crown in Guayaquil with 26 gold medals, IAAF, retrieved November 4, 2011 
  3. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 1, 2011 
  4. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (MEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011 
  5. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (WOMEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011 

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