|Competitor for Chile|
|South American Games|
|Gold||1994 Valencia||200 m|
|Silver||1994 Valencia||400 m|
Sebastián Keitel Bianchi (born February 14, 1973, in Santiago) is a Chilean sprinter who competed mostly in the 200 metres. He was coached by renowned Chilean coach Pedro Soto Acuna, who has since[when?] been living in Singapore.
He has been successful in the regional level, and won a bronze medal at the 1995 World Indoor Championships. He currently holds the national records of Chile in the 100 metres (10.10) and the 200 metres (20.15). He was considered at the time to be the fastest white man in the world in the 200 meter dash.
|1994||South American Games||Valencia, Venezuela||1st||200 m||20.1|
|1995||World Indoor Championships||Barcelona, Spain||3rd||200 metres|
|Pan American Games||Mar del Plata, Argentina||3rd||200 metres|
|1997||South American Championships||Mar del Plata, Argentina||1st||100 metres|
|1999||South American Championships||Bogotá, Colombia||2nd||100 metres|
|Pan American Games||Winnipeg, Canada||3rd||200 metres|
- Sebastián Keitel regresará a las pistas con la meta de clasificar a Pekín 2008, Radio Cooperativa, January 29, 2008
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