2006 South American Race Walking Championships

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2006 South American Race Walking Championships
Organisers CONSUDATLE
Edition 16th
Date April 8–9
Host city Cochabamba, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia Bolivia
Location Paseo El Prado
Nations participating 9
Athletes participating 93
Races 7

The 2006 South American Race Walking Championships were held in Cochabamba, Bolivia, on April 8–9, 2006. The track of the championship runs in the Paseo El Prado (Avenida Ballivián).[1] A detailed report on the event and an appraisal of the results was given by Eduardo Biscayart for the IAAF.[2]

Complete results were published.[3][4][5][6] The junior events are doumented on the World Junior Athletics History webpages.[7]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
20 km  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 1:26:27  Luis Fernando López (COL) 1:27:16  James Rendón (COL) 1:28:20
50 km  Segundo Peñafiel (ECU) 4:03:30  Fausto Quinde (ECU) 4:12:30  Edwin Centeno (PER) 4:13:10
10 km Junior (U20)  Juan Manuel Cano (ARG) 45:39  José Luis Muñoz (ECU) 45:59  Mauricio Arteaga (ECU) 46:20
10 km Youth (U18)  Jorge Ruíz (COL) 46:57  Samuel Babativa (COL) 50:09  Exequiel Segovia (CHI) 51:13
Team (Men)
20 km Team  Colombia 9 pts  Ecuador 12 pts  Bolivia 35 pts
50 km Team  Ecuador 7 pts  Peru 18 pts
10 km Junior (U20) Team  Ecuador 9 pts  Colombia 18 pts
10 km Youth (U18) Team No team finished
Women
20 km  Geovana Irusta (BOL) 1:41:20  Miriam Ramón (ECU) 1:43:32  Sandra Zapata (ECU) 1:45:58
10 km Junior (U20)  Ingrid Hernández (COL) 52:19  Anlly Pineda (COL) 52:34  Claudia Cornejo (BOL) 52:41
5 km Youth (U18)  Claudia Cornejo (BOL) 25:04  Anlly Pineda (COL) 25:13  Magaly Bonilla (ECU) 27:00
Team (Women)
20 km Team  Ecuador 16 pts  Brazil 19 pts  Bolivia 22 pts
10 km Junior (U20) Team  Colombia 7 pts  Ecuador 20 pts  Brazil 30 pts
5 km Youth (U18) Team  Bolivia 13 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Jefferson Pérez  ECU 1:26:27
2nd Luis Fernando López  COL 1:27:16
3rd James Rendón  COL 1:28:20
4 Fredy Hernández  COL 1:28:31
5 Xavier Moreno  ECU 1:29:31
6 Andrés Chocho  ECU 1:30:24
7 Mário José dos Santos  BRA 1:30:51
8 Patricio Ortega  ECU 1:32:57
9 Sidinei Rodrigues  BRA 1:36:26
10 Franklin Aduviri  BOL 1:36:47
11 Cristian Muñoz  CHI 1:37:30
12 Eben Ezer Churqui  BOL 1:37:32
13 Juan Carlos Sandy  BOL 1:39:38
14 Luis Villagra  CHI 1:41:35
Yerko Araya  CHI DQ/DNF
Fillol Bayona  VEN DQ/DNF
Carlos Borgoño  CHI DQ/DNF
Elías Reynaga  BOL DQ/DNF
Ronald Huayta  BOL DQ/DNF
Wilden Patty  BOL DQ/DNF
Rolando Saquipay  ECU DQ/DNF
Moacir Zimmermann  BRA DQ/DNF

Team 20km Men[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Colombia 9 pts
2nd  Ecuador 12 pts
3rd  Bolivia 35 pts

Men's 50km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Segundo Peñafiel  ECU 4:03:30
2nd Fausto Quinde  ECU 4:12:30
3rd Edwin Centeno  PER 4:13:10
4 Mesías Zapata  ECU 4:21:10
5 Julián Choque  BOL 4:29:40
6 Hugo Aros  CHI 4:39:30
7 Víctor Marín  PER 4:46:10
8 Iván Núñez  PER 5:01:10
Miguel Ángel Gonzales  BOL DQ
Javier Arpazi  BOL DQ
David Guevara  ECU DQ
Cláudio Richardson dos Santos  BRA DQ

Team 50km Men[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 7 pts
2nd  Peru 18 pts

Men's 10km Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Juan Manuel Cano  ARG 45:39
2nd José Luis Muñoz  ECU 45:59
3rd Mauricio Arteaga  ECU 46:20
4 Robinson Vivar  ECU 47:28
5 Jorge Ruíz  COL 48:41
6 Oscar Díaz  COL 49:19
7 Samuel Babativa  COL 49:44
8 Uriel Yucra  PER 49:58
9 Thiago Bremer  BRA 50:18
10 Camilo Acuña  CHI 50:39
11 Jonathan Riekmann  BRA 53:17
12 José Luis Arpazi  BOL 53:37
13 Ronald Quispe  BOL 54:48
Edwin Ochoa  ECU DQ
Duberty Flores  BOL DQ
Herbert de Almeida  BRA DQ
Yassir Cabrera  PAN DNF

Team 10km Men Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 9 pts
2nd  Colombia 18 pts

Men's 10km Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Jorge Ruíz  COL 46:57
2nd Samuel Babativa  COL 50:09
3rd Exequiel Segovia  CHI 51:13
4 Pedro Augusto Severo  BRA 53:24
5 Oscar Romero  PER 54:10
6 Luis Urgiles  ECU 54:38
7 Damian Campaña  ECU 55:15
8 Ronald Quispe  BOL 55:55
Washington Alvarado  ECU DQ
Oscar Díaz  COL DQ
Gonzalo Aguilar  BOL DQ

Women's 20km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Geovana Irusta  BOL 1:41:20
2nd Miriam Ramón  ECU 1:43:32
3rd Sandra Zapata  COL 1:45:58
4 Yadira Guamán  ECU 1:46:23
5 Alessandra Picagevicz  BRA 1:48:45
6 Tânia Spindler  BRA 1:49:48
7 Janeth Mamani  BOL 1:49:55
8 Cisiane Dutra Lopes  BRA 1:50:17
9 Marcela Pacheco  CHI 1:51:24
10 Magaly Andrade  ECU 1:54:50
11 Carolina Flores  VEN 2:01:54
12 Nataly Raio  CHI 2:02:54
13 Josette Sepúlveda  CHI 2:05:35
14 Eblín Alemán  BOL 2:12:06
15 Érika Flores  BOL 2:14:26
Claudia Balderrama  BOL DQ/DNF
Eunice Chávez  BOL DQ/DNF

Team 20km Women[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 16 pts
2nd  Brazil 19 pts
3rd  Bolivia 22 pts
4  Chile 34 pts

Women's 10km Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Ingrid Hernández  COL 52:19
2nd Anlly Pineda  COL 52:34
3rd Claudia Cornejo  BOL 52:41
4 Maria Rayo  COL 54:33
5 Johana Ordóñez  ECU 54:53
6 Gabriela Cornejo  ECU 55:04
7 Fariluz Morales  PER 56:28
8 Milángela Rosales  VEN 56:41
9 Maritza Guamán  ECU 57:29
10 Vanessa Contreras  CHI 57:58
11 Aline Sausen  BRA 58:33
12 Marilu Zanghelini  BRA 59:02
13 Ingrid Acuña  CHI 59:33
14 Abigail Churqui  BOL 59:36
15 Diana Montaluisa  ECU 59:42
16 Cirila Cume  ECU 59:58
17 Jéssica de Souza  BRA 1:03:59
Emma Quinallata  BOL DQ
Ana María Almonacid  COL DQ
Paola Sánchez  ECU DQ
Daniela Padilla  BOL DQ
Bárbara Acuña  CHI DQ

Team 10km Women Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Colombia 7 pts
2nd  Ecuador 20 pts
3rd  Brazil 30 pts

Women's 5km Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Claudia Cornejo  BOL 25:04
2nd Anlly Pineda  COL 25:13
3rd Magaly Bonilla  ECU 27:00
4 Victoria Alarcón  CHI 27:13
5 Abigail Churqui  BOL 27:45
6 Paola Pérez  ECU 28:23
7 Catherine Pérez  BOL 29:58
Alessandra Dolberth  BRA DQ
Ana María Almonacid  COL DQ
Maria Rayo  COL DQ
Kimberly García  PER DQ
Daniela Padilla  BOL DQ
Ximena Machaca  BOL DQ

Team 5km Women Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Bolivia 13 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 89 athletes from 9 countries was announced.[2][8] Another source reports 93 athletes.[1] An unofficial count yields 107 athletes.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Marcha que vale oro y puntos (in Spanish), Los Tiempos, Cochabamba, April 8, 2006, retrieved August 13, 2013 
  2. ^ a b Biscayart, Eduardo (April 10, 2006), Pérez sets the pace at the South American Race Walking Championships, IAAF, retrieved August 13, 2013 
  3. ^ Peñafiel y Cornejo se llevan la corona (in Spanish), Los Tiempos, Cochabamba, April 9, 2006, retrieved August 13, 2013 
  4. ^ Confraternidad (in Spanish), Los Tiempos, Cochabamba, April 10, 2006, retrieved August 13, 2013 
  5. ^ Tiempo de Hirsuta en los 20 km- 1h41´20 (in Spanish), Los Tiempos, Cochabamba, April 10, 2006, retrieved August 13, 2013 
  6. ^ Resultados Del Campeonato Sudamericano De Marcha (in Spanish), CONSUDATLE, retrieved August 14, 2013 
  7. ^ WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH"), retrieved August 11, 2013 
  8. ^ Faúndez, Heriberto (April 3, 2006), Nueve países estarán con lo mejor en el Suidamericano de Marcha - Los días 8 y 9 de Abril se realizará en Cochabamba Bolivia el Campeonato Sudamericano de Marcha Atlética en Ruta. (in Spanish), El Amaule, red de diarios ciudadanos Mi Voz, Chile, retrieved August 13, 2013