2004 South American Under-23 Championships in Athletics

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I South American Under-23 Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Barquisimeto, Venezuela Venezuela
Date(s) June 26-27
Main stadium Polideportivo Máximo Viloria
Level U-23
Participation 310 athletes from
13 + 4 guest nations nations
Events 44

The 1st South American Under-23 Championships in Athletics were held in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, at the Polideportivo Máximo Viloria on June 26-27, 2004.[1]

Participation[edit]

A total of 310 athletes from 13 countries were announced to participate:[1]

Argentina (29),[2] Bolivia (5), Brazil (84), Chile (43), Colombia (36), Ecuador (24), Guyana (4), Panamá (2), Paraguay (3), Perú (5), Surinam (2), Uruguay (6), Venezuela (68). Athletes from the Dominican Republic (4), from the Netherlands Antilles (4), and from Trinidad and Tobago (11) were invited as guest athletes[1] in accordance with the regulations of CONSUDATLE.[3] In addition, one source also lists results from 4 athletes representing Saint Kitts and Nevis.[4]


Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published.[5] Detailed results can be found on the CACAC website,[4] and on the Tilastopaja website,[6]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Bruno Pacheco (BRA) 10.28  Eliezer de Almeida (BRA) 10.31  Daniel Grueso (COL) 10.52 =NRj
200 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Bruno Pacheco (BRA) 20.75  Basílio de Morães (BRA) 21.06  Wilmer Rivas (VEN) 21.30
400 metres  Andrés Silva (URU) 45.80 NR AJR  Luis Luna (VEN) 46.03  Luís Ambrósio (BRA) 46.46
800 metres  Byron Piedra (ECU) 1:47.43  Simoncito Silvera (VEN) 1:47.53  Fabiano Peçanha (BRA) 1:48.66
1500 metres  Byron Piedra (ECU) 3:46.37  Nico Herrera (VEN) 3:48.25  Leslie Encina (CHI) 3:50.40
5000 metres  Manuel Bellorín (VEN) 14:52.11  Oscar Lesmes (COL) 14:53.59  Eduardo Villanueva (VEN) 15:52.40
10000 metres  João Augusto Stingelin (BRA) 30:51.13  John Cusi (PER) 31:18.13  Leslie Encina (CHI) 31:20.36
3000 metres steeplechase  Mariano Mastromarino (ARG) 8:54.92  Jean Carlos Calzadilla (VEN) 8:56.55  Sergio Lobos (CHI) 9:01.44
110 metres hurdles
(-0.4 m/s)
 Maurício Teixeira (BRA) 14.03  Francisco Schilling (CHI) 14.23  Marleán Reyna (VEN) 14.45
400 metres hurdles  Sebastián Lasquera (ARG) 50.48  Diego Venâncio (BRA) 50.49  Raphael Fernandes (BRA) 50.84
High Jump  Fábio Baptista (BRA) 2.14  Ederson de Oliveira (BRA) 2.05  Daniel Rodríguez (VEN) 2.00
Pole Vault  Jorge Naranjo (CHI) 5.20  José Francisco Nava (CHI) 5.00  Guillermo Chiaraviglio (ARG) 5.00
Long Jump  Irving Saladino (PAN) 7.74
(-0.2 m/s)
 Rogério da Silva (BRA) 7.69
(1.8 m/s)
 Luis Tristán (PER) 7.25
(-0.8 m/s)
Triple Jump  Jefferson Sabino (BRA) 16.27
(-1.3 m/s)
 José Francisco Nava (CHI) 14.85
(-2.2 m/s)
 Oscar Alvarenga (PAR) 14.70
(-1.5 m/s)
Shot Put  Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 17.21  Jiovanny García (COL) 17.16  Edmundo Martínez (VEN) 17.14
Discus Throw  Héctor Hurtado (VEN) 54.75  Gustavo de Mendonça (BRA) 52.75  Germán Lauro (ARG) 50.56
Hammer Throw  Roberto Sáez (CHI) 63.95  Wagner Domingos (BRA) 63.86  Armando dos Santos (BRA) 62.96
Javelin Throw  Alexon Maximiano (BRA) 71.49  Júlio César de Oliveira (BRA) 71.49  Arley Ibargüen (COL) 70.05
Decathlon  Leandro Peyrano (ARG) 6993  Fagner Martins (BRA) 6852  Andrés Horacio Mantilla (COL) 6816
20000 metres Track Walk  Gustavo Restrepo (COL) 1:26:59.60  Rafael dos Anjos Duarte (BRA) 1:27:19.85  Xavier Malacatus (ECU) 1:31:06.42
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Eliezer de Almeida
Paulo Roberto
Basílio de Morães
Bruno Pacheco
39.42  Colombia
Wilmer Alberto Murillo
Jhon Valoyes
Daniel Grueso
Eduar Mena
40.24  Chile
Iván Sandoval
Kael Becerra
Diego Valdés
Benjamín Bravo
41.07
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Luís Eduardo Ambrosio
Diego Chargal
Diego Venâncio
Paulo Roberto
3:06.85  Venezuela
José Faneite
Simoncito Silvera
Víctor José Solarte
Luis Raúl Luna
3:09.00  Argentina
Sebastián Lasquera
Mariano Jiménez
Pablo Cabrera
José Ignacio Pignataro
3:12.02

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Thatiana Ignácio (BRA) 11.63  Melisa Murillo (COL) 11.78  Raquel da Costa (BRA) 11.86
200 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Darlenis Obregón (COL) 23.76  María Fernanda Mackenna (CHI) 24.47  Amanda Dias (BRA) 24.55
400 metres  Joyce Prieto (BRA) 54.38  Lucy Jaramillo (ECU) 54.52  Ángela Elisabeth Alfonso (VEN) 54.77
800 metres  Rejane Bispo da Silva (BRA) 2:09.88  Marcela Britos (URU) 2:10.14  Yenny Mejías (VEN) 2:10.15
1500 metres**  Mónica Amboya (ECU) 4:27.30  Kamila Govorcín (CHI) 4:33.05  Yolanda Caballero (COL) 4:37.62
5000 metres  Zenaide Vieira (BRA) 17:38.28  Rosa Chacha (ECU) 17:44.04  Karina Córdoba (ARG) 17:47.34
10000 metres  Rosa Chacha (ECU) 36:23.73  Ruby Riativa (COL) 36:28.67  Luz Maldonado (VEN) 36:42.10
3000 metres steeplechase  Mónica Amboya (ECU) 10:20.39  Yolanda Caballero (COL) 10:24.09 NR  Ángela Figueroa (COL) 10:39.12
100 metres hurdles
(-0.9 m/s)
 Brigith Merlano (COL) 13.57  Sandrine Legenort (VEN) 13.79 NR  Fabiana Morães (BRA) 14.11
400 metres hurdles  Yusmelys García (VEN) 59.80  Jessica Miller (URU) 59.84  Lucy Jaramillo (ECU) 60.65
High Jump  Catherine Ibargüen (COL) 1.91 NR  Jhoris Luque (VEN) 1.82  Mônica de Freitas (BRA) 1.76
Pole Vault*  Milena Agudelo (COL) 3.90  Pamela Barnert (CHI) 3.80  Rosângela da Silva (BRA) 3.70
Long Jump  Keila Costa (BRA) 6.19
(1.6 m/s)
 Catherine Ibargüen (COL) 6.05
(0.9 m/s)
 Tânia Ferreira da Silva (BRA) 6.05
(-0.7 m/s)
Triple Jump  Keila Costa (BRA) 13.62
(0.3 m/s)
 Jennifer Arveláez (VEN) 13.16
(0.9 m/s)
 Tânia Ferreira da Silva (BRA) 12.78w
(2.2 m/s)
Shot Put  Paola Cheppi (ARG) 15.81  Ahymará Espinoza (VEN) 15.45 NRj  Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 14.34
Discus Throw  Claudia Ullmann (ARG) 44.54  Karen Gallardo (CHI) 44.00  Rita da Conceição Neres (BRA) 43.70
Hammer Throw  Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 65.17  Adriana Benaventa (VEN) 59.18  Stefanía Zoryez (URU) 58.22
Javelin Throw  Leryn Franco (PAR) 51.53  María González (VEN) 51.01  Mariela Aguer (ARG) 45.99
Heptathlon  Thaimara Rivas (VEN) 5537  Melry Caldeira (BRA) 5218  Valeria Steffens (CHI) 5001
20000 metres Track Walk  Cisiane Lopes (BRA) 1:46:45.03  Marcela Pacheco (CHI) 1:47:37.12  Josette Sepúlveda (CHI) 1:48:56.46
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Alessandra Matos
Racquel da Costa
Amanda Dias
Thatiana Ignâcio
45.36  Chile
María José Echeverría
María Fernanda Mackenna
Daniela Pávez
Daniela Riderelli
45.67  Venezuela
Jackeline Carabalí
Ángela Elizabeth Alfonso
María Mercedes Ochoa
Sandrine Legenort
47.32
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil 3:40.05  Chile 3:42.61  Venezuela 3:48.38

* Keisa Monterola from Venezuela was then only 16 years old and could not officially participate at the championships. Out of competition, she cleared 3.80m in the first attempt, which would have placed her in the second place of the competition. [7]

** Some sources list Jéssica Quispe from Perú to finish second in 4:27.68 in the 1500m women's event.[4] Just as pole vaulter Keisa Monterola, she might have started out of competition because of her age (she was then only 17 years old).

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 19 11 12 42
2  Argentina 6 0 6 12
3  Colombia 5 7 5 17
4  Ecuador 5 2 2 9
5  Venezuela 4 11 10 25
6  Chile 2 10 6 18
7  Uruguay 1 2 1 4
8  Paraguay 1 0 1 2
9  Panama 1 0 0 1
10  Peru 0 1 1 2


Team trophies[edit]

The final scoring per country for the team trophy was published.[8]


Overall[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1  Brazil 486
2  Venezuela 230
3  Chile 167
4  Argentina 138
 Colombia 138
6  Ecuador 92
7  Uruguay 26
8  Peru 16
9  Paraguay 14
10  Panama 10
11  Bolivia 3
 Guyana 3


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c EFE (June 25, 2004), Comienza la fiesta del atletismo sudamericano (in Spanish), CARACOL S.A., Bogotá - Colombia, retrieved January 11, 2012 
  2. ^ Atletismo - Juliana y Daniela Crespo Compiten en el Sudamericano (in Spanish), EL DIARIO del Centro del País, Cooperativa Comunicar en Periodistas Argentinos, Villa María, Rep. Argentina, June 26, 2004, retrieved January 11, 2012 
  3. ^ Reglamento (in Spanish), Confederación Sudamericana de Atletismo (CONSUDATLE), retrieved November 11, 2011 
  4. ^ a b c AthleCAC, Results Service - Servicio de Resultados, I Campeonato Suramericano Sub 23, SAM-23 Barquisimeto VEN, 26-27 Jun 2004, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Confederation, retrieved January 8, 2012 
  5. ^ Athletics Weekly, SOUTH AMERICAN UNDER 23 CHAMPIONSHIPS, retrieved January 10, 2012 
  6. ^ SAmC-j Barquisimeto VEN 26 - 27 June, Tilastopaja Oy, retrieved January 10, 2012 
  7. ^ Keisa Monterola, going higher and higher, IAAF, 3 August 2006, retrieved January 10, 2012 
  8. ^ EFE (June 30, 2004), Brasil mantiene su imbatible hegemonía en el atletismo Sudamericano (in Spanish), EL PAIS S.A., Montevideo-Uruguay, retrieved January 11, 2012