2011 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XXXIX South American Junior Championships in Athletics
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Host city Medellín, Colombia Colombia
Date(s) September 23–25
Main stadium Estadio Alfonso Galvis Duque
Level Junior
Participation about 271 athletes from
13 nations
Events 44

The 39th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Medellín, Colombia in the Estadio Alfonso Galvis Duque from September 23–25, 2011. A detailed report on the results was given.[1][2]

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the CBAt website,[3] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4] An unofficial count yields the number of about 271 athletes from about 13 countries: Argentina (30), Bolivia (10), Brazil (75), Chile (26), Colombia (61), Ecuador (23), Guyana (1), Panama (7), Paraguay (6), Peru (11), Suriname (3), Uruguay (6), Venezuela (12).

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published[1][2] Complete results can be found on the CBAt,[3] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[4]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Aldemir Junior (BRA) 10.36  Diego Palomeque (COL) 10.45  Mateo Edward (PAN) 10.47
200 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Aldemir Junior (BRA)
 Diego Palomeque (COL)
20.94  Stiven Valois (COL) 21.39
400 metres  Anderson Henriques (BRA) 46.59  Bernardo Baloyes (COL) 47.05  Stephan James (GUY) 47.79
800 metres  Joseilton Cunha (BRA) 1:49.32  Maicon dos Santos (BRA) 1:49.55  Miguel Alvarado (COL) 1:50.20
1500 metres  Federico Bruno (ARG) 3:53.04  Lucirio Garrido (VEN) 3:53.10  Carlos Díaz (CHI) 3:54.41
5000 metres  Miguel Amador (COL) 14:40.81  Yamid Naranho (COL) 14:44.81  Gustavo Frencia (ARG) 15:09.49
10000 metres  Miguel Amador (COL) 30:54.90  João Prado Filho (BRA) 31:22.64  Mauricio Matute (ECU) 31:37.89
3000 metres steeplechase  Mauricio Matute (ECU) 9:22.94  Alex De Oliveira (BRA) 9:31.31  Nelson Blanco (COL) 9:41.38
110 metres hurdles
(0.0 m/s)
 João de Oliveira (BRA) 13.85  Lucas Carvalho (BRA) 13.92  Cristian Alzate (COL) 13.94
400 metres hurdles  João de Oliveira (BRA) 52.62  Renato Izidio (BRA) 53.40  Jefferson Valencia (COL) 53.95
High Jump  Rebert Firmiano (BRA) 2.07  Eure Yánez (VEN) 2.07  Cristóbal Hurtado (CHI) 2.04
Pole Vault  Heberth Gómez (COL) 5.00  Thiago Braz da Silva (BRA) 4.85  Matheus Da Silva (BRA) 4.80
Long Jump  Douglas Selestrino (BRA) 7.57
(0.0 m/s)
 Daiber Cambindo (COL) 7.49  Erick Zambrano (ECU) 7.45
Triple Jump  José Adrian Sornoza (ECU) 15.82
(-1.2 m/s)
 Henrique da Silva (BRA) 15.72  Kauam Bento (BRA) 15.69
Shot Put  Joaquín Ballivián (CHI) 19.31  William Braido (BRA) 18.42  John Zea (COL) 16.85
Discus Throw  Mauricio Ortega (COL) 58.48  Felipe Lorenzon (BRA) 54.23  Juan Ignacio Solito (ARG) 53.42
Hammer Throw  Jonatan Gras (ARG) 67.36  Thiago da Silva (BRA) 61.60  Fabian Serna (COL) 61.31
Javelin Throw  Braian Toledo (ARG) 74.04 CR  Tomás Guerra (CHI) 70.99  Reynan Costa (BRA) 68.67
Decathlon  Victor Santos (BRA) 7173 CR  Oscar Campos (VEN) 6914  Guillermo Ruggieri (ARG) 6880
10000 metres Walk  Eider Arevalo (COL) 39:56.01 CR AR-j  José Montaña (COL) 42:16.57  Marco Antonio Rodríguez (BOL) 44:56.76
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Aldemir Junior
Flavio Barbosa
Jackson da Silva
Rodrigo Rocha
39.63 CR AR-j  Colombia
Stiven Valois
Diego Palomeque
Bernardo Baloyes
Fredy Cuero
40.08  Argentina
Sebastián Acevedo
Rodrigo Sánchez
Facundo Andrada
Leandro Monje
41.89
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Pedro de Oliveira
Leandro de Araújo
Maicon dos Santos
Anderson Henriques
3:08.35 CR  Colombia
Bernardo Baloyes
German Ardila
Diego Palomeque
Jhon Solís
3:08.71  Chile
Felipe Osorio
Alejandro Peirano
Sergio Germaín
Joan Pinto
3:18.69

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Tamiris de Liz (BRA) 11.43  Merlin Palacios (COL) 11.64  Jessica dos Reis (BRA) 11.72
200 metres
(0.0 m/s)
 Tamiris de Liz (BRA) 23.35 CR AR-y NR-j  Merlin Palacios (COL) 23.69  Beatriz de Souza (BRA) 24.16
400 metres  Ana Da Silva (BRA) 53.84  Evelis Aguilar (COL) 54.45  Rosa Escobar (COL) 54.70
800 metres  Ana Da Silva (BRA) 2:05.76 CR  Rosa Escobar (COL) 2:06.87  Ana Funes (ARG) 2:08.71
1500 metres  Érika Lima (BRA) 4:36.10  Ana Funes (ARG) 4:36.63  Ana Pacheco (BRA) 4:37.83
3000 metres  Charo Inga (PER) 9:55.01  Areli Aparicio (PER) 10:01.08  Adriana da Luz (BRA) 10:08.94
5000 metres  Charo Inga (PER) 17:13.88  Luz Mery Rojas (PER) 17:16.70  Martha Cadena (COL) 19:00.84
3000 metres steeplechase  Luz Mery Rojas (PER) 10:53.59  Zulema Arenas (PER) 11:05.23  Blenda Yanez (ECU) 11:14.27
100 metres hurdles
(-0.5 m/s)
 Daniela Castillo (ECU) 14.17  Natalia Pinzón (COL) 14.46  Ursulla da Silva (BRA) 14.65
400 metres hurdles  Déborah Rodríguez (URU) 60.60  Debora dos Santos (BRA) 61.38  Karen Palomeque (COL) 62.84
High Jump  Yulimar del Valle (VEN) 1.78  Nulfa Palacios (COL) 1.71  Angie García (COL) 1.68
Pole Vault  Angie Hernández (COL) 3.70  Victoria Fernández (CHI) 3.50  Andrea Conde (COL) 3.35
Long Jump  Jessica dos Reis (BRA) 6.38
(0.0 m/s)
 Andressa Fidelis (BRA) 5.84  Lorayne Orozco (COL) 5.79
Triple Jump  Giselly Landázury (COL) 13.39
(1.2 m/s)
 Yudelsy González (VEN) 13.01  Gabriela De Lima (BRA) 12.57
Shot Put  Livia Avancini (BRA) 14.75  Alessandra Gamboa (PER) 14.60  Esthefania da Costa (BRA) 13.85
Discus Throw  Esthefania da Costa (BRA) 48.97  Lidiane Cansian (BRA) 47.94  Helena Galvan (COL) 44.96
Hammer Throw  Daniela Gómez (ARG) 54.49  Kerolayne da Silva (BRA) 51.91  Tatiana Martínez (COL) 50.45
Javelin Throw  Emylyr da Conceiçâo (BRA) 46.54  María Mello (URU) 43.17  Beatriz Batista (BRA) 41.94
Heptathlon  Tamara de Souza (BRA) 5545  Debora De Oliveira (BRA) 4591  Julieth Caballero (COL) 4189
10000 metres Walk  Lorena Arenas (COL) 47:22.68 CR  Angela Castro (BOL) 47:37.34  Wendy Cornejo (BOL) 49:13.40
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Tamiris de Liz
Jessica dos Reis
Andressa Fidelis
Fabricia de Morães
44.64  Colombia
Merlin Palacios
Natalia Pinzón
Yanet Largacha
Maderley Alcazar
46.39  Chile
Victoria Fernández
Viviana Olivares
Josefina Gutiérrez
Macarena Borie
46.97
4 x 400 metres relay  Colombia
Rosa Escobar
Evelis Aguilar
Yanet Largacha
Melissa Torres
3:36.74 CR AR-j  Brazil
Natalia da Silva
Ana Da Silva
Debora dos Santos
Lorayna Lima
3:42.64  Argentina
María Florencia Lamboglia
Virginia Cardozo
Ana Funes
Florencia Borelli
3:56.53

Medal table[edit]

The medal count was published.[1][2][3]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 22 16 11 49
2  Colombia 10 14 16 40
3  Argentina 4 1 6 11
4  Peru 3 4 0 7
5  Ecuador 3 0 3 6
6  Venezuela 1 4 0 5
7  Chile 1 2 4 7
8  Uruguay 1 1 0 2
9  Bolivia 0 1 2 3
10  Guyana 0 0 1 1
 Panama 0 0 1 1

Team trophies[edit]

The placing tables for team trophy (overall team, men and women categories) were published.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Biscayart, Eduardo (26 September 2011), Brazil dominates South American Junior Championships in Medellín, IAAF, retrieved January 4, 2012 
  2. ^ a b c Loaiza Gallego, Luis Fernando (25 September 2011), Campeonato Suramericano Juvenil de Atletismo 2011 en Medellín: Brasil Campeón General del Certamen (in Spanish), retrieved January 6, 2012 
  3. ^ a b c d 39o Campeonato Sudamericano Juvenil, Medellín, Antioquia – Colombia, Estadio Alfonso Galvis Duque, 23-25 de Septiembre de 2011, Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo, retrieved January 6, 2012 
  4. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved November 1, 2011 

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