Karate at the 2010 South American Games

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There were 18 karate events at the 2010 South American Games: 9 men's events and 9 women's events. The events were held over March 26–28.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Venezuela 6 3 5 14
2  Peru 4 0 6 10
3  Colombia 3 1 6 10
4  Chile 3 1 2 6
5  Brazil 2 5 5 12
6  Ecuador 0 4 7 11
7  Argentina 0 4 3 7
Total 18 18 34 70

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's events
Men's individual kata
details
Antonio Díaz
 Venezuela
Marco Sá
 Brazil
Martin Juiz
 Argentina[1]
Alfredo Moreno
 Peru[2][3]
Men's team kata
details
Raul Ceballos
Jimmy Moreno
Alfredo Tamashiro
 Peru[2][3]
Alexandre Cavalcante
Klemerson Chagas
Marco Sá
 Brazil
Jamir Avila
Daniel Guerrero
William Rodríguez
 Colombia
Luis Contreras
Luis dos Santos
Jean Vásquez
 Venezuela
Men's 60kg
details
Andrés Rendón
 Colombia[3]
Miguel Oviedo
 Chile
Francisco Javier Vega
 Ecuador
Robin Blanco
 Venezuela
Men's 67kg
details
Jean Carlos Peña
 Venezuela[3]
Daniel Viveros
 Ecuador
Guillermo Ramírez
 Colombia
Jesús Paucarcaja
 Peru
Men's 75kg
details
David Dubó
 Chile[4]
Esteban Espinoza
 Ecuador
Franco Icasati
 Argentina[1]
Willians Quirino
 Brazil
Men's 84kg
details
Caio Duprat
 Brazil
Cesar Herrera
 Venezuela
Edwin Assereto
 Peru[5]
Andres Loor
 Ecuador
Men's +84kg
details
Ángel Aponte
 Venezuela
Franco Recouso
 Argentina[1]
Franklin Guerrón
 Ecuador
Luis Alvarado
 Peru[5]
Men's open
details
Guillermo Ramírez
 Colombia
Franco Icasati
 Argentina
Caio Duprat
 Brazil
Franklin Mina
 Ecuador
Men's team kumite
details
Wellington Barbosa
Douglas Brose
Rafael Martins
Willians Quirino
Luiz Santana Junior
Thiago Silva
 Brazil
Camilo Cárdenas
Francisco Cifuentes
Leonardo Felizzola
Yilber Oroco
Guillermo Ramírez
Andrés Rendón
 Colombia
Diego Bórquez
David Dubó
Cristian Figueredo
Nicolás Moscoso
Roberto Salgado
Miguel Soffia
 Chile[6]
Ángel Aponte
Robin Blanco
César Herrera
Jean Carlos Peña
Andrés Pirela
Yeremi Rodriguez
 Venezuela
Women's events
Women's individual kata
details
Sandra Salazar
 Peru[2][3]
Yohana Sánchez
 Venezuela
Yessenia Reyes
 Ecuador
Patricia Chiron
 Brazil
Women's team kata
details
Wendy Chac
Saida Salcedo
Akemi Takase
 Peru[2][3]
Elaine Martínez
Yenire Rivero
Yohana Sánchez
 Venezuela
Marta Castaño
Edith Quintero
Diana Ríos
 Colombia
Priscila Cáceres
Suanny Guadalupe
Yessenia Reyes
 Ecuador
Women's 50kg
details
Gabriela Bruna
 Chile[3]
Jessica Cândido
 Brazil
Merly Huamaní
 Peru
Dougmay Camacaro
 Venezuela
Women's 55kg
details
Jessy Reyes
 Chile[3]
Valéria Kumizaki
 Brazil
Stella Urango
 Colombia
Jacqueline Factos
 Ecuador
Women's 61kg
details
Alexandra Grande
 Peru[5]
Virginia Acevedo
 Argentina[1]
Lina Gómez
 Colombia
Daniela Suárez
 Venezuela
Women's 68kg
details
Yoly Guillén
 Venezuela
Lucélia Ribeiro
 Brazil
Verónica Lugo
 Argentina[1]
Ana Escandón
 Colombia
Women's +68kg
details
Yeisy Piña
 Venezuela
Perla Salazar
 Argentina[1]
no medal awarded
Women's open
details
Stella Urango
 Colombia
Carmen Arias
 Ecuador
Alexandra Grande
 Peru
Natalia Brozulatto
 Brazil
Women's team kumite
details
Yoly Guillén
Thays Moncada
Yeisy Piña
Daniela Suárez
 Venezuela
Carmen Arias
Priscila Cáceres
Jacqueline Factos
María Reyes
 Ecuador
Natália Brozulatto
Lucélia de Carvalho
Jeanis Colzani
Beatriz Janini
Valéria Kumizaki
Lucélia Ribeiro
 Brazil
Gabriela Bruna
Elizabeth Retamal
Jessy Reyes
Lorena Salamanca
 Chile[6]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d "Juegos Odesur: Perú consiguió tres medallas de oro en karate". El Comercio (in Spanish). AP. 2010-03-26. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Perú consecha tres de oro en jornada del karate en Juegos Odesur". Terra (in Spanish). AFP. 2010-03-27. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  4. ^ "Dos nuevos oros dejan a delegación chilena quinta en el medallero". Terra Chile (in Spanish). UPI. 2010-03-27. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  5. ^ a b c "Karate peruano se vuelve a bañar de oro en Juegos Odesur". RPP Noticias (in Spanish). 2010-03-27. Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  6. ^ a b "Odesur 2010: Karate femenino y masculino entregan bronces para Chile". Emol (in Spanish). 2010-03-28. Retrieved 2011-12-30.