2013 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

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XL South American Junior Championships in Athletics
2013 South American Junior Championships in Athletics Logo.png
Host city Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina
Date(s) October 18–20
Main stadium Estadio Jaime Zapata
Level Junior
Participation 271 + 2 guests athletes from
11 + 1 guest nations
Events 44
Records set 6
2015

The 40th South American Junior Championships in Athletics (Spanish: Campeonatos Sudamericanos de Atletismo de Juveniles) were held from October 18–20, 2013 at the Estadio Jaime Zapata in Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Complete results were published.[2]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +2.1 m/s) Luís Gabriel Pereira Silva
 Brazil
10.34 w Ricardo Mário de Souza
 Brazil
10.42 w Fredy Maidana
 Paraguay
10.58 w
200 metres (wind: +0.0 m/s) Vítor Hugo dos Santos
 Brazil
20.74 Arturo Deliser
Panama Panamá
21.18 Ricardo Mário de Souza
 Brazil
21.55
400 metres Carlos Eduardo Pereira Grachet
 Brazil
46.68 Alexander Russo
 Brazil
47.40 Sergio Germain
 Chile
48.05
800 metres Lucas Gabriel Rodrigues
 Brazil
1:53.01 Luy Mauriki Dias de Lima
 Brazil
1:53.41 Miguel Cifuentes
 Colombia
1:54.90
1500 metres Thiago do Rosário André
 Brazil
3:48.42 CR Matheus Américo Pessoa
 Brazil
3:57.45 Leonel César
 Argentina
3:58.71
5000 metres Thiago do Rosário André
 Brazil
14:46.51 Zendio Daza
Peru Perú
15:05.95 Yuber Echeverry
 Colombia
15:10.30
10000 metres Victor Vinicius Alves da Silva
 Brazil
32:49.91 Ronald Moraes da Silva
 Brazil
33:02.56 Eulalio Muñoz
 Argentina
33:56.48
110 metres hurdles (wind: +2.6 m/s) Juan Carlos Moreno
 Colombia
13.64 w Eduardo dos Santos de Deus
 Brazil
13.84 w Diego Lyon
 Chile
13.94 w
400 metres hurdles Jefferson Valencia
 Colombia
52.59 Jucian Rafael Pereira
 Brazil
53.18 Eduardo dos Santos de Deus
 Brazil
53.78
3000 metres steeplechase Yuber Echeverry
 Colombia
9:26.39 Nelson Blanco
 Colombia
9:26.67 Douglas Miguel Nascimento
 Brazil
9:28.48
High Jump Yohan Chaverra
 Colombia
2.18 m Fernando Carvalho Ferreira
 Brazil
2.15 m Daniel Fernando Cortez
 Colombia
2.15 m
Pole Vault Daniel Zupeuc
 Chile
5.00 m José Pacho
 Ecuador
4.70 m Matías Guerrero
 Chile
4.20 m
Long Jump Lucas Marcelino dos Santos
 Brazil
7.44 m w (wind: +2.4 m/s) Juan Mosquera
Panama Panamá
7.40 m w (wind: +2.4 m/s) Pablo Rodrigues Pereira
 Brazil
7.28 m (wind: +1.3 m/s)
Triple Jump Alexsandro do Nascimento de Melo
 Brazil
16.24 m w (wind: +7.6 m/s) Mateus Daniel Adão de Sá
 Brazil
16.14 m w (wind: +5.0 m/s) Ángelo Valverde
 Ecuador
14.71 m w (wind: +3.1 m/s)
Shot Put Nelson Henrique Gonçalves Fernandes
 Brazil
20.93 m CR Willian Denilson Venancio
 Brazil
18.39 m Andrés Lisandro Arce
 Argentina
17.44 m
Discus Throw Mauricio Ortega
 Colombia
62.78 m CR Thiago Adriano Negreiros
 Brazil
58.57 m Eduardo Quintero
 Ecuador
50.86 m
Hammer Throw Joaquín Gómez
 Argentina
70.90 m Hevertt Álvarez
 Chile
67.09 m Humberto Mansilla
 Chile
66.82 m
Javelin Throw Santiago de la Fuente
 Chile
62.41 m Larson Díaz
 Paraguay
62.25 m Andrés Valencia
 Colombia
60.02 m
Decathlon Kerinde Hilário de Souza Brites
 Brazil
6711 pts Lucas da Silva Catanhede
 Brazil
6361 pts Gayell Engeso
 Suriname
6203 pts
10 Kilometres Road Walk Manuel Soto
 Colombia
41:55.95 Daniel Pintado
 Ecuador
42:02.20 Paolo Yurivilca
Peru Perú
42:25.48
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Dyonatan Felix Honório
Vítor Hugo dos Santos
Luís Gabriel Pereira Silva
Ricardo Mário de Souza
40.32  Argentina
Jorge Caracasis
Emanuel Alessandrini
Esteban Wagner
Daniel Londero
41.65 Peru Perú
Zensey Onaja
Jhonatan Grandez
Frank Sánchez
Jorge Luis Rodríguez
43.02
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Alexander Russo
Jucian Rafael Pereira
Kelvin Tharsis de Oliveira
Carlos Eduardo Pereira Grachet
3:13.86  Argentina
Jorge Caracasis
Esteban Wagner
Marcos Carlomagno
Jeremías Rodríguez
3:22.72  Uruguay
Miguel Favilla
Sergio Bautista
Gonzalo Fumont
Ignacio Piquerez
3:25.38

: In the 400 metres hurdles event, Gerald Drummond from  Costa Rica was 3rd in 53.74, running as a guest.

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +2.3 m/s) Ángela Tenorio
 Ecuador
11.24 w Tamiris de Liz
 Brazil
11.55 w Noelia Martínez
 Argentina
11.72 w
200 metres (wind: +3.1 m/s) Ángela Tenorio
 Ecuador
23.35 w Celene Cevallos
 Ecuador
23.79 w Tamiris de Liz
 Brazil
23.85 w
400 metres Celene Cevallos
 Ecuador
54.52 Yaneth Largacha
 Colombia
55.30 Sarah Santos Morais
 Brazil
55.98
800 metres Ana Karolyne de Campos Silva
 Brazil
2:13.69 María Pía Fernández
 Uruguay
2:14.61 Yadira Méndez
 Ecuador
2:16.07
1500 metres July Ferreira
 Brazil
4:28.56 Zulema Arenas
Peru Perú
4:29.05 Katherine Tisalema
 Ecuador
4:49.36
3000 metres Zulema Arenas
Peru Perú
9:51.05 Jéssica Paguay
 Ecuador
10:05.12 Lucy Basilio
Peru Perú
10:14.53
5000 metres Jéssica Paguay
 Ecuador
17:30.36 Lucy Basilio
Peru Perú
17:40.06 Zaida Ramos
Peru Perú
17:44.95
100 metres hurdles (wind: +2.1 m/s) Diana Carolina Bazalar
Peru Perú
13.67 w Inara Cortez
 Ecuador
14.02 w Gabriela de Farias Lima
 Brazil
14.21 w
400 metres hurdles Nelly Tatiana Sánchez
 Colombia
62.00 Thainara Oliveira
 Brazil
62.03 Bruna Maria Cestrem
 Brazil
62.48
3000 metres steeplechase Zulema Arenas
Peru Perú
10:33.66 CR Lucy Basilio
Peru Perú
10:53.44 July Ferreira
 Brazil
11:01.95
High Jump Ana Paula Caetano de Oliveira
 Brazil
1.79 m Marina Baptista Querino
 Brazil
1.77 m Anyi Paola García
 Colombia
1.68 m
Pole Vault Noelina Madarieta
 Argentina
4.05 m Giseth Montaño
 Colombia
3.70 m Juliana de Menis Campos
 Brazil
3.60 m
Long Jump Andressa Moreira Fidelis
 Brazil
6.15 m (wind: +1.7 m/s) Janaína Aparecida Fernandes
 Brazil
5.96 m (wind: +1.9 m/s) Nathaly Aranda
Panama Panamá
5.90 m (wind: +1.9 m/s)
Triple Jump Claudine Gimenes de Jesus
 Brazil
13.51 m w (wind: +4.6 m/s) Gabriele Sousa dos Santos
 Brazil
13.37 m (wind: +1.6 m/s) Adriana Chila
 Ecuador
12.70 m w (wind: +3.3 m/s)
Shot Put Izabela Rodrigues
 Brazil
15.05 m Cecilia Rodríguez
 Uruguay
14.14 m Rocío Aranda
 Argentina
13.85 m
Discus Throw Izabela Rodrigues
 Brazil
55.88 m CR Maia Varela
 Argentina
49.28 m Anne Caroline da Silva
 Brazil
48.98 m
Hammer Throw Paola Miranda
 Paraguay
53.82 m Elizabeth Mina
 Ecuador
53.53 m Danna Restrepo
 Colombia
51.90 m
Javelin Throw María Mello
 Uruguay
50.27 m CR Edivania dos Santos Araújo
 Brazil
50.12 m Laura Paredes
 Paraguay
47.61 m
Heptathlon Fiorella Chiappe
 Argentina
5452 pts Kimberly Kuprewicz
 Argentina
4887 pts Javiera Brahm
 Chile
4817 pts
10 Kilometres Road Walk Karla Jaramillo
 Ecuador
49:05.84 Stefany Coronado
 Bolivia
49:09.92 Sara Pulido
 Colombia
49:33.35
4 x 100 metres relay  Ecuador
Kenya Quiñónez
Celene Cevallos
Inara Cortez
Ángela Tenorio
45.53  Brazil
Tatiane dos Santos Pereira
Tamiris de Liz
Andressa Moreira Fidelis
Camila Aparecida de Souza
45.53  Argentina
Irina Rodríguez
Noelina Madarieta
Valeria Barón
Noelia Martínez
46.64
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Tabata Vitorino de Carvalho
Lorayna Targino Lima
Dandadeua de Souza Brites
Sarah Santos Morais
3:46.09  Ecuador
Yuliana Angulo
Yadira Méndez
Virginia Villalba
Celene Cevallos
3:55.08  Argentina
Betiana Hernández
Noelia Martínez
Noelina Madarieta
Valeria Barón
3:56.30

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

A medal count was published.[3] There is a slight difference to an unofficial medal count. However, another source supports the number of 7 gold medals for Colombia as published below.[4]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 21 19 11 51
2  Colombia 7 3 7 17
3  Ecuador 6 7 5 18
4  Argentina 3 4 7 14
5 Peru Perú 3 4 4 11
6  Chile 2 1 5 8
7  Uruguay 1 2 1 4
8  Paraguay 1 1 2 4
9 Panama Panamá 0 2 1 3
10  Bolivia 0 1 0 1
11  Suriname 0 0 1 1

Team scores[edit]

Team scores were published.[3]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Points
1st  Brazil 476
2nd  Argentina 196
3rd  Ecuador 182
4  Colombia 128
5 Peru Perú 89
6  Chile 56
7  Uruguay 54
8  Paraguay 34
9 Panama Panamá 19
10  Suriname 14
11  Bolivia 13


Participation[edit]

The participation of 273 athletes (including 2 guests) from 12 countries (including 1 guest country) is published.[5]

Guest country:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (2013-10-21). Tenorio shines at South American Junior Championships. IAAF. Retrieved on 2013-10-24.
  2. ^ 40° Campeonato Sudamericano de Atletismo Juvenil - Chaco 2013 - RESULTADOS COMPLETOS (in Spanish), Atletismo Peruano, retrieved March 25, 2014 
  3. ^ a b 40° Campeonato Sudamericano de Atletismo Juvenil - Chaco 2013 - MEDALLERO (in Spanish), Atletismo Peruano, retrieved March 25, 2014 
  4. ^ 17 medallas para Colombia en el Sudamericano Juvenil de Atletismo (in Spanish), ColombiaSports.net, retrieved March 25, 2014 
  5. ^ Nakasone, Ken'ichi (October 21, 2013), Resultados Completos Del Campeonato Sudamericano Juvenil De Argentina - PERU con 20 Atleras... (in Spanish), Atletismo Peruano, retrieved March 25, 2014 
  6. ^ Seleção Brasileira de Juvenis para o Sul-Americano da Argentina é convocada (in Portuguese), Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo, September 23, 2013, retrieved March 21, 2014 
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