South American Half Marathon Championships

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South American Half Marathon Championships
Sport Half marathon
Founded 1995
Continent South America (CONSUDATLE)

The South American Half Marathon Championships (Spanish: Campeonatos Sudamericanos de Atletismo de Media Maratón) is an annual Road running competition organized by CONSUDATLE for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. The event was established in 1995.[1][2]

Editions[edit]

Year City Country Date
I 1995 Neiva, Huila  Colombia June 3
II 1996 Manaos, Amazonas  Brazil August 31
III 1997 Georgetown  Guyana September 7
IV 1998 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil August 23
V 2002 Buenos Aires  Argentina September 8
VI 2004 Maracaibo, Zulia  Venezuela September 4
VII 2008 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil October 12
VIII 2009 Asunción  Paraguay August 2
IX 2010 Lima  Peru August 29
X 2011 Buenos Aires  Argentina September 11
XI 2012 Asunción  Paraguay August 26
XII 2014 Asunción  Paraguay May 11

Results[edit]

The winners were published.[3] The 2008 results were extracted from the 2008 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships. Further results were compiled from various sources.[2][4][5][6][7][8]

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995  Hérder Vásquez (COL) 1:05:07
1996  André Luiz Ramos (BRA) 1:04:23
1997  Milton Mattos (BRA) 1:09:30
1998  Ronaldo da Costa (BRA) 1:02:17  Antonio Silio (ARG) 1:02:31  Eduardo do Nascimento (BRA) 1:02:41
2002  Herman Óscar Cortínez (ARG) 1:05:40  Miguel Meléndez (CHI) 1:05:54  Polibio Méndez (ECU) 1:06:04
2004  Lervis Arias (VEN) 1:06:30  José Alejandro Semprún (VEN) 1:07:10  Robert Lugo (VEN) 1:07:34
2008  Marílson Gomes dos Santos (BRA) 1:03:18  Pedro Mora (VEN) 1:04:45  Giomar da Silva (BRA) 1:05:07
2009  Clodoaldo Gomes da Silva (BRA) 1:04:09  Constantino León (PER) 1:04:46  Edmundo Torres (PER) 1:05:24
2010  Jhon Cusi (PER) 1:03:12  Jaime Caldúa (PER) 1:03:23  Constantino León (PER) 1:03:53
2011  Marílson Gomes dos Santos (BRA) 1:01:13  Luis Ariel Molina (ARG) 1:05:52  Juan Carlos Hernández (COL) 1:06:15
2012  Flavio Henrique Guimarães (BRA) 1:08:23  Pablo Mena (CHI) 1:09:29  Derlis Ayala (PAR) 1:10:00
2014  Bayron Piedra (ECU) 1:09:24  Manuel Cañar (ECU) 1:10:02  Gustavo Narváez (ECU) 1:10:09


Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995  Iglandini González (COL) 1:17:28
1996  Flor Venegas (CHI) 1:24:01
1997  Selma Cândida dos Reis (BRA) 1:22:59
1998  Martha Tenorio (ECU) 1:11:40  Márcia Narloch (BRA) 1:14:37  Viviany de Oliveira (BRA) 1:15:14
2002  Érika Alejandra Olivera (CHI) 1:14:51  Sandra Torres (ARG) 1:17:37  Estela Martínez (ARG) 1:20:46
2004  Rosa Rodríguez (VEN) 1:18:46  Norelis Lugo (VEN) 1:21:07  Mónica Sarmiento (VEN) 1:24:36
2008  Maria Zeferina Baldaia (BRA) 1:13:42  Rosa Godoy (ARG) 1:15:31  Marizete dos Santos (BRA) 1:17:04
2009  Jemena Misayauri (PER) 1:14:38  Julia Rivera (PER) 1:15:37  Marizete dos Santos (BRA) 1:15:59
2010  Jemena Misayauri (PER) 1:13:32  Gladys Tejeda (PER) 1:13:53  Michele das Chagas (BRA) 1:14:36
2011  Adriana Aparecida da Silva (BRA) 1:13:16  Rosalba Chacha (ECU) 1:13:45  Sandra Amarillo (ARG) 1:13:50
2012  Adriana Aparecida da Silva (BRA) 1:17:50  Fátima Romero (PAR) 1:25:24  Carmen Warkentin (PAR) 1:25:38
2014  Carmen Martínez (PAR) 1:16:35  Rosa Chacha (ECU) 1:19:47  Lorena Velázquez (ECU) 1:20:03

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