2010 South American Under-23 Championships in Athletics

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IV South American Under-23 Championships in Athletics
Athletics pictogram.svg
Host city Medellín, Colombia Colombia
Date(s) March 20–23
Main stadium Estadio Alfonso Galvis Duque at the Unidad Deportiva Atanasio Girardot
Level U-23
Participation 13 + 1 guest nation nations
Events 44

The 4th South American Under-23 Championships in Athletics were held in Medellín, Colombia, at the Estadio Alfonso Galvis Duque at the Unidad Deportiva Atanasio Girardot on March 20–23, 2010. The championships, organized by CONSUDATLE, were held as a part of the South American Games (organized by ODESUR). A detailed report on the results was given.[1] The most prominent result was achieved in the heat of the women's 100 metres by Ana Cláudia Lemos Silva. Her time of 11.17 (wind: 1.4 m/s) equaled the South American and Brazilian record, and set a new championships and games record.[1][2]

Participation[edit]

13 countries participated in the Under-23 Championships. 12 countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Perú, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela competed in both the South American Games and in the Under-23 Championships.[3] Panamá competed only in the Under-23 Championships, but did not register for the athletics section of the South American Games.[4] The Netherlands Antilles are only member of ODESUR, but not of CONSUDATLE. Their athletes participated in the South American Games, but acted as guest athletes in the South American Under-23 Championships.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published.[1] Detailed results can be found on the website of Todor Krastev,[5] and on the Tilastopaja website.[6]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(2.2 m/s)
details
 Isidro Montoya Valencia (COL) 10.25w  Álvaro Gómez (COL) 10.26w  Diego Rivas (VEN) 10.50w
200 metres
(1.3 m/s)
 Arturo Ramírez (VEN) 20.99  Luis Carlos Nuñez (COL) 21.05  Rubens Quirino (BRA) 21.29
400 metres  Omar Longart (VEN) 46.09  Hederson Estefani (BRA) 46.85  Helder Alves (BRA) 47.40
800 metres  Rafith Rodríguez (COL) 1:47.20 NR CR  Lutimar Paes (BRA) 1:47.52  Diomar de Souza (BRA) 1:50.14
1500 metres  Iván López (CHI) 3:48.04  Marvin Blanco (VEN) 3:49.65  Mauricio González (COL) 3:50.09
5000 metres  Mauricio González (COL) 14:23.35  Javier Peña (COL) 14:27.62  Víctor Aravena (CHI) 14:45.85
10000 metres  Javier Peña (COL) 30:04.78  Daniel Silva (BRA) 31:03.27  Gilberto Lopes (BRA) 31:22.33
3000 m steeplechase  Marvin Blanco (VEN) 9:11.63  Luis Alberto Orta (VEN) 9:13.54  Mauricio Valdivia (CHI) 9:20.58
110 m hurdles
(0.7 m/s)
 Jorge McFarlane (PER) 13.75 NR CR  Jolver Lozano (COL) 14.26  Javier McFarlane (PER) 14.29
400 m hurdles  Juan Pablo Maturana (COL) 50.95  Georni Jaramillo (VEN) 51.50  Brayan Ambuila (COL) 51.79
High jump  Diego Ferrín (ECU) 2.18  Carlos Izquierdo (COL) 2.09  Simón Villa (COL) 2.09
Pole vault  Augusto Dutra de Oliveira (BRA) 5.00  Cléber Silva (BRA) 4.80  Rubén Benítez (ARG) 4.70
Long jump*  Jorge McFarlane (PER) 8.09 CR
(1.8 m/s)
 Jhamal Bowen (PAN) 7.97 =AJR
(1.5 m/s)
 Javier McFarlane (PER) 7.62
(1.0 m/s)
Triple jump  Robin Mosquera (COL) 16.27
(0.3 m/s)
 Jean Rosa (BRA) 16.22
(3.2 m/s)
 José Adrián Sornoza (ECU) 16.02
(1.3 m/s)
Shot Put  Eder César Moreno (COL) 18.46  Nicolás Martina (ARG) 17.67  Michael Putman (PER) 17.48
Discus Throw  Andres Rossini (ARG) 56.28  Michael Putman (PER) 51.53  Nicolás Martina (ARG) 50.37
Hammer Throw  Allan Wolski (BRA) 61.17  Prinston Quailey (VEN) 58.16  Guillermo Braulio (ECU) 55.93
Javelin Throw  Víctor Fatecha (PAR) 73.22  Lucas da Silva (BRA) 65.30  Tomás Guerra (CHI) 63.93
Decathlon  Diego de Araújo (BRA) 7204  Pedro Lima (BRA) 7020  Damián Benedetich (ARG) 6835
20000 m Walk  Mauricio Arteaga (ECU) 1:30:12.1  Omar Sierra (COL) 1:30:58.0  Caio Bonfim (BRA) 1:33:05.1
4 x 100 metres relay  Colombia
Isidro Montoya
Luis Carlos Núñez
Álvaro Gómez
Diego Gallego
39.85  Venezuela
Omar Longart
Arturo Ramírez
Álvaro Cassiani
Diego Rivas
40.22  Brazil
Gustavo dos Santos
Rubens Quirino
Helder Alves
Jonathan Silva
40.60
4 x 400 metres relay  Venezuela
Rubén Headly
Georni Jaramillo
Arturo Ramírez
Omar Longart
3:06.53 CR  Brazil
José Oliveira
Hederson Estefani
Henrique Souza
Helder Alves
3:07.11  Colombia
Juan Pablo Maturana
Brayan Ambuila
Javier Palacios
Rafith Rodriguez
3:09.03

* Jhamal Bowen from Panamá, won the silver medal in the men's long jump event of the South American Under-23 Championships.[4][6] However, he was not eligible for gaining a medal at the South American Games, because Panamá did not register for the athletics section of the games.[4]

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(1.5 m/s)
 Ana Cláudia Silva (BRA) 11.33  Yomara Hinestroza (COL) 11.63  Nelcy Caicedo (COL) 11.70
200 metres
(-0.7 m/s)
 Erika Chávez (ECU) 23.71  Vanda Gomes (BRA) 23.82  Bárbara Leôncio (BRA) 23.86
400 metres  Bárbara de Oliveira (BRA) 53.38 CR  Yenifer Padilla (COL) 54.09  Yaneth Largacha (COL) 54.22
800 metres  Jessica dos Santos (BRA) 2:09.72  Geisiane de Lima (BRA) 2:10.98  Evangelina Thomas (ARG) 2:11.58
1500 metres  Evangelina Thomas (ARG) 4:38.07  Rocío Huillca (PER) 4:40.39  Jenifer Silva (BRA) 4:40.90
5000 metres**  Tatiele Roberta de Carvalho (BRA) 17:13.53  Aura Rojas (COL) 17:35.45  Charo Inga (PER) 17:49.41
10000 metres† **  Yoni Ninahuamán (PER) 37:09.92  Aura Rojas (COL) 37:36.67
3000 m steeplechase  Rocío Huillca (PER) 10:48.53  Jovana de la Cruz (PER) 10:52.35  Florencia Borelli (ARG) 11:10.23
100 m hurdles
(0.6 m/s)
 Agustina Zerboni (ARG) 13.66  Anita Souza (BRA) 13.69  Giuliana Franciosi (PER) 13.87
400 m hurdles  Magdalena Mendoza (VEN) 59.22  Déborah Rodríguez (URU) 59.76  Elaine Paixão (BRA) 60.89
High jump  Valdiléia Martins (BRA) 1.83  Lais Gabriela da Silva (BRA) 1.77  Sara Muñoz (COL) 1.74
Pole vault  Sara Pereira (BRA) 3.85  Raíssa Schubert (BRA) 3.80  Diana Leyton (COL) 3.70
Long jump  Ana Beatriz Esperança (BRA) 5.99
(1.0 m/s)
 Munich Tovar (VEN) 5.97w
(2.2 m/s)
 Melissa Valencia (COL) 5.96
(1.4 m/s)
Triple jump  Munich Tovar (VEN) 13.25
(2.0 m/s)
 Bianca dos Santos (BRA) 13.20
(1.2 m/s)
 Feber Hernández (VEN) 12.88
(0.2 m/s)
Shot Put  Natalia Ducó (CHI) 17.71  Ángela Rivas (COL) 16.33  Luz Montaño (COL) 14.54
Discus Throw  Fernanda Raquel Borges (BRA) 55.68 CR  Andressa de Morais (BRA) 53.28  Luz Montaño (COL) 49.09
Hammer Throw  Andressa de Morais (BRA) 55.95  Carla Michel (BRA) 55.42  Diurkina Freites (VEN) 55.38
Javelin Throw  María Lucelly Murillo (COL) 56.08 NJR CR  Katryna Subeldía (PAR) 52.27  Rafaela Gonçalves (BRA) 50.11
Heptathlon  Agustina Zerboni (ARG) 5362  Cynthia Alves (BRA) 5187  Camila Pirelli (PAR) 5118 NR
20000 m Walk  Ingrid Hernández (COL) 1:42:55.9  Anabelli Orjuela (COL) 1:45:29.4  Paola Pérez (ECU) 1:47:09.8
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Vanusa dos Santos
Vanda Gomes
Ana Cláudia Silva
Franciela Krasucki
44.47  Colombia
Nelcy Caicedo
Yenifer Padilla
Alejandra Idrobo
Yomara Hinestroza
44.94  Argentina
María Ayelen Diogo
Florencia Lamboglia
Constanza Eckhart
Agustina Zerboni
46.76
4 x 400 metres relay***  Colombia
Yaneth Largacha
Alejandra Idrobo
Marcela Cuesta
Yenifer Padilla
3:40.09  Brazil
Bárbara Leôncio
Elaine Paixão
Ana Claudia Silva
Bárbara de Oliveira
3:40.68  Argentina
María Ayelen Diogo
Agustina Zerboni
Juliana Menéndez
Florencia Lamboglia
3:51.74

†: The women's 10.000 metres competition was not part of the South American Games, because the minimum number of 4 participating nations was not reached.[7]

Doping[edit]

**Karina Villazana from Perú who initially was listed as winner of the women's 10,000 metres event (in 36:48.53) and as silver medalist in the women's 5,000 metres event (in 17:24.31) was disqualified for violating the doping rules by being tested positive for cocaine abuse.[8][9]

***Alison Sánchez from Bolivia was tested positive for nandrolone. Therefore, the Bolivian 4 x 400 metres relay team where she competed together with Lindy Carla Cavero Garcia, Marysabel Romero Lea Plaza, and Leslie Fernanda Arnez Rivero, lost its bronze medal (in 3:51.04) to Argentina.[9]

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 13 18 10 41
2  Colombia 11 13 11 35
3  Venezuela 6 6 3 15
4  Peru 4 3 5 12
5  Argentina 4 1 7 12
6  Ecuador 3 0 3 6
7  Chile 2 0 3 5
8  Paraguay 1 1 1 3
9  Panama 0 1 0 1
 Uruguay 0 1 0 1

Team trophies[edit]

Brazil won the overall team trophy of the South American Under-23 Championships for the 4th time in the role, and additionally the team trophy in the women category. Colombia won the team trophy in the men category for the first time.[10] The number of points from the unofficial count from below based on the published results[5] settled, i.e. by the disqualifacations, differ somewhat from those published,[10] without any influence on the order.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Biscayart, Eduardo (24 March 2010), 100m record at South American U23 champs, IAAF, retrieved January 14, 2012 
  2. ^ Sub 23 Resumen (in Spanish), Federación Paraguaya de Atletismo, 2 April 2010, retrieved January 15, 2012 
  3. ^ Venezuela suma oro junto a Brasil y Colombia en el atletismo de Odesur 2010 (in Spanish), Comunicas.org, 27 March 2010, retrieved January 14, 2012 
  4. ^ a b c Weeks D., Reinaldo A (23 March 2010), Subcampeón suramericano sub-23 Bowen retorna mañana (in Spanish), Corporación La Prensa S.A., Panamá, República de Panamá., retrieved January 15, 2012 
  5. ^ a b Krastev, Todor, Athletics ODESUR Games 2010 Medellin (COL), retrieved January 14, 2012 
  6. ^ a b SAmG Medellín COL 20–23 March, Tilastopaja Oy, retrieved January 14, 2012 
  7. ^ Brown, Bienvenido (12 March 2010), No van 8 eventos en Juegos ODESUR: "El fútbol y 72 kgs. lucha femenina, los 10 mil metros en atletismo etc., al no contar con cuatro (4) países inscriptos" (in Spanish), Panama Star S.A., La Estrella., retrieved January 15, 2012 
  8. ^ Paz, Carolina (27 March 2010), Juegos Odesur 2010: Peruana pierde el oro por dar positivo en cocaína (in Spanish), Netjoven S.A.C., retrieved January 14, 2012 
  9. ^ a b Sudamericanos: Peruana y boliviana pierden medallas por dopaje (in Spanish), Univision Communications Inc., 27 March 2010, retrieved January 14, 2012 
  10. ^ a b Brasil, campeón del atletismo en los Juegos Suramericanos (in Spanish), Sincelejo Herald, 24 March 2010, retrieved January 15, 2012