2004 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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XVII South American Youth Championships in Athletics
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Host city Guayaquil, Ecuador Ecuador
Date(s) September 25-26
Main stadium Estadio Modelo
Level Youth
Participation about 259 athletes from
12 nations
Events 42

The 17th South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Modelo[1] in Guayaquil, Ecuador from September 25-26, 2004.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published for boys[2] and girls.[3] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +1.9 m/s)  Nicolás Piorno (ARG) 10.68  Nicoll Navas (COL) 10.83  Diego Vuyk (PAR) 10.85
200 metres (wind: +2.6 m/s)  José Martins (BRA) 21.82 w  Jorge dos Santos (BRA) 22.01 w  Nicolás Piorno (ARG) 22.05 w
400 metres  Dimas de Lima (BRA) 49.14  Geraldo Ramírez (PER) 49.42  Esteban Lucero (ECU) 49.52
800 metres  Cristian Crobat (ARG) 1:53.6  Geraldo Ramírez (PER) 1:55.4  Rodrigo Navarro (PER) 1:55.8
1500 metres  Luís Barboza (BRA) 3:56.9  Antônio Miranda (BRA) 3:58.1  Cristian Crobat (ARG) 3:59.4
3000 metres  Joilson da Silva (BRA) 8:33.4  Mario Bazán (PER) 8:33.6  Martín Ñancucheo (ARG) 8:42.3
2000 metres steeplechase  José Peña (VEN) 5:52.2  Mario Bazán (PER) 5:58.9  Ruguevam da Silva (BRA) 5:59.8
110 metres hurdles (wind: +1.2 m/s)  Jonathan Davis (VEN) 13.94  Jorge McFarlane (PER) 14.28  Rivamar Alexandre (BRA) 14.38
400 metres hurdles  Esteban Lucero (ECU) 52.88  Jangleson Dornelas (BRA) 54.15  Jean Pierre Málaga (PER) 54.73
High Jump  Alver Bravo (VEN) 2.01  Luis Salazar (COL) 2.01  Fermín Gándara (ARG)
 Maycon Volpato (BRA)
1.95
Pole Vault  Germán Chiaraviglio (ARG) 5.20  Tomás González (CHI) 4.40  Renato Oliveira (BRA) 4.20
Long Jump  Marcos Ibargüen (COL) 7.37w  Cleiton Sabino (BRA) 7.15  Emerson Roth (ARG) 7.03
Triple Jump  Ronald Belisario (VEN) 15.40  Marcos Ibargüen (COL) 15.34  Hugo Chila (ECU) 15.30
Shot Put  Raoni de Morais (BRA) 17.78  Gertymilluson Maciel (BRA) 17.43  Luigi D'Amato (VEN) 17.21
Discus Throw  Guillermo Bittor (ARG) 54.62  Jorge Cuevas (CHI) 52.95  Jorge Fonck (CHI) 51.41
Hammer Throw  Juan Charadía (ARG) 63.95  Gary Léon (ECU) 60.32  Sergio Vidal (ARG) 59.20
Javelin Throw  Víctor Fatecha (PAR) 70.69  Adalberto da Silva (BRA) 61.43  François Pouzet (CHI) 61.29
Octathlon  Luiz Alberto de Araújo (BRA) 5966  Orlando Bomfin (BRA) 5712  Daniel Morada (ARG) 5322
10000 metres Track Walk  Herbert de Almeida (BRA) 47:08.17  Mauricio Arteaga (ECU) 47:48.58  Robinson Vivar (ECU) 48:19.07
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Jorge dos Santos
Raoni Amaral
Bruno de Barros
José Martins
42.42  Ecuador
Juan Venegas
Pedro Astudillo
Marcelo Bucheli
Byron Casfort
42.63  Colombia
Marco Ibargüen
José Guzmán
Lindon Aguache
Nicoll Navas
42.65
1000 metres Medley relay  Brazil
Jonas Silva
José Martins
Jorge dos Santos
Dimas de Lima
1:55.7  Ecuador
Luis Gárate
Marcelo Bucheli
Juan Venegas
Esteban Lucero
1:57.8  Chile
Tomás González
Cristián Pérez
Andres Gazmuri
Pablo Navarrete
1:58.0

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +2.7 m/s)  Franciela Krasucki (BRA) 11.43 w  Yomara Hinestroza (COL) 11.67 w  Dianne Munroe (GUY) 11.90 w
200 metres (wind: +3.2 m/s)  Franciela Krasucki (BRA) 23.92 w  Yomara Hinestroza (COL) 24.35 w  Jessica Perea (ECU) 24.51 w
400 metres  Alejandra Idrobo (COL) 55.74  Deysi Tenorio (ECU) 56.11  Nicole Manríquez (CHI) 56.18
800 metres  Jessica Quispe (PER) 2:10.5  Diana Armas (ECU) 2:10.8  Karina Cedeño (ECU) 2:11.8
1500 metres  Jessica Quispe (PER) 4:21.6  Rocío Huillca (PER) 4:28.5  Yulibeth Jiménez (VEN) 4:29.8
3000 metres  Jessica Quispe (PER) 9:29.8  Michele das Chagas (BRA) 9:55.9  Militza Saucedo (BOL) 10:00
2000 metres steeplechase  Sabine Heitling (BRA) 6:34.7  Yulibeth Jiménez (VEN) 6:48.9  Tatiane da Silva (BRA) 7:08.5
100 metres hurdles (wind: +0.8 m/s)  Gisele de Albuquerque (BRA) 14.02  Daiana Sturtz (ARG) 14.52  Eliecith Palacios (COL) 14.57
400 metres hurdles  Wanessa Zavolski (BRA) 62.5  Karina Caicedo (ECU) 63.5  Gisele Cruz (BRA) 65.3
High Jump  Tamara Maass (CHI) 1.74  Aline Santos (BRA) 1.74  Verónica Davis (VEN) 1.71
Pole Vault  Keisa Monterola (VEN) 3.80  Valeria Chiaraviglio (ARG) 3.60  Eliana Martínez (COL) 3.30
Long Jump  Kauiza Venâncio (BRA) 5.67  Vianka Vargas (BOL) 5.67  Gisele de Albuquerque (BRA) 5.64
Triple Jump  Karla de Souza (BRA) 12.44  Verónica Davis (VEN) 12.38  Vianka Vargas (BOL) 11.83
Shot Put  Rocío Comba (ARG) 14.65  Natalia Ducó (CHI) 12.64  Viviani da Silva (BRA) 12.10
Discus Throw  Rocío Comba (ARG) 43.30  Aixa Middleton (PAN) 39.17  Noelia Brezzo (ARG) 38.98
Hammer Throw  Marynna de Jesus (BRA) 51.10  Gisela Cardozo (BRA) 49.92  Wilmary González (VEN) 45.98
Javelin Throw  Jucilene de Lima (BRA) 48.04  Tatiane Ramos (BRA) 41.61  Valeria Ponce (PER) 40.58
Heptathlon  Tamiris Delfino (BRA) 4714  Tatiane Ramos (BRA) 4538  Madeleine Rondón (VEN) 4491
5000 metres Track Walk  Johana Ordóñez (ECU) 24:36.6  Ingrid Hernández (COL) 25:06.4  Pilar Rayo (COL) 25:26.7
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Josiane Valentim
Tatiane Ferraz
Franciela Krasucki
Natassia Bourg
46.41  Ecuador
Lorena Mina
Karina Caicedo
Jessica Perea
Jazmin Caicedo
46.88  Colombia
Yomara Hinestroza
Jazmin Córdoba
Alejandra Idrobo
Eliecith Palacios
47.29
1000 metres Medley relay  Brazil
Franciela Krasucki
Fernanda Aprigio
Gisele Cruz
Kamila Miranda
2:11.6  Ecuador
Erika Chávez
Daisy Tenorio
Jessica Perea
Lorena Mina
2:11.8  Colombia
Alejandra Idrobo
Jazmin Córdoba
Eliecith Palacios
Yomara Hinestroza
2:13.2

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 21 12 8 41
2  Argentina 7 2 8 17
3  Venezuela 5 2 5 12
4 Peru Perú{ 3 6 3 12
5  Ecuador 2 9 5 16
6  Colombia 2 6 6 14
7  Chile 1 3 4 8
8  Paraguay 1 0 1 2
9  Bolivia 0 1 2 3
10 Panama Panamá 0 1 0 1
11  Guyana 0 0 1 1

Trophies[edit]

Final scoring for the three best countries were published.[5]

Overall Team[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1  Brazil 437
2  Ecuador 173
3  Argentina 161

Individual[edit]

The trophies for the most outstanding performance were awarded to Jonathan Davis (Venezuela) and Franciela Krasucki (Brazil). Jessica Quispe (Peru) gained the trophy for the most improved athlete.[6]

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4] An unofficial count yields the number of about 259 athletes from about 12 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ocho países en el Sudamericano de Atletismo, desde este sábado (in Spanish), El Universo, September 22, 2004, retrieved November 15, 2011 
  2. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (BOYS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (GIRLS), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 11, 2011 
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 11, 2011 
  5. ^ Ecuador, quinto en sudamericano de atletismo (in Spanish), El Universo, September 28, 2004, retrieved November 15, 2011 
  6. ^ Los mejores atletas de las competencias (in Spanish), El Universo, September 28, 2004, retrieved November 15, 2011 

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