1941 South American Championships in Athletics

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The 1941 South American Championships in Athletics were held in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres José de Assis
 Brazil
10.8 José Ferraz
 Brazil
10.9 Roberto Valenzuela
 Chile
11.1
200 metres José de Assis
 Brazil
21.4 =CR Luis Venini
 Argentina
21.8 Roberto Valenzuela
 Chile
22.4
400 metres Rosalvo Ramos
 Brazil
50.2 Agenor da Silva
 Brazil
50.3 Antonio Cuba
 Peru
50.4
800 metres Guillermo García
 Chile
1:54.2 CR Isidoro Ferrere
 Argentina
1:55.7 Roberto Yokota
 Chile
1:55.7
1500 metres Guillermo García
 Chile
3:58.7 Isidoro Ferrere
 Argentina
4:02.2 Arturo Torres
 Chile
4:03.1
3000 metres Raúl Ibarra
 Argentina
8:39.4 CR Arturo Torres
 Chile
8:47.6 Delfo Cabrera
 Argentina
8:48.0
5000 metres Raúl Ibarra
 Argentina
14:57.2 CR Reinaldo Gorno
 Argentina
15:12.1 Raúl Inostroza
 Chile
15:13.3
10000 metres Raúl Ibarra
 Argentina
30:45.0 CR Reinaldo Gorno
 Argentina
31:39.6 René Millas
 Chile
31:41.8
Road race Tomás Palomeque
 Argentina
2:03:16 Saturnino Cuello
 Argentina
2:03:22 Eusebio Guiñez
 Argentina
2:03:42
110 metres hurdles Mário da Cunha
 Brazil
15.1 Hélio Pereira
 Brazil
15.2 Julio Jaime
 Uruguay
15.5
400 metres hurdles Alfonso Hoelzel
 Chile
56.4 Alfonso Rozas
 Chile
56.9 Sylvio Padilha
 Brazil
57.0
High jump Guido Hanning
 Chile
1.94 CR Alfredo Mendes
 Brazil
1.85 Faustino Poyo
 Argentina
1.85
Pole vault Lúcio de Castro
 Brazil
4.00 CR Icaro Mello
 Brazil
4.00 Erwin Reimer
 Chile
3.70
Long jump Guillermo Dyer
 Peru
7.20 Ernesto Juárez
 Argentina
7.05 Mario Quesada
 Argentina
6.94
Triple jump Carlos Pinto
 Brazil
15.10 Néstor Tenorio
 Argentina
14.90 Jorge Richard
 Brazil
14.59
Shot put Ricardo Nitz
 Brazil
14.62 CR Carmine Di Giorgio
 Brazil
13.71 Antônio Lyra
 Brazil
13.51
Discus throw Manuel Consiglieri
 Peru
46.40 CR Karsten Brödersen
 Chile
45.05 Bento Barros
 Brazil
45.02
Hammer throw Assis Naban
 Brazil
49.71 Juan Fusé
 Argentina
48.98 Federico Kleger
 Argentina
46.60
Javelin throw Egon Falkenberg
 Brazil
59.42 Alberto Becher
 Argentina
59.05 Efraín Santibáñez
 Chile
56.37
Decathlon Emilio Rüegg
 Brazil
6411 Juan Colín
 Chile
6315 Karsten Brödersen
 Chile
6037
4 × 100 metres relay  Brazil 42.3  Chile 42.7  Argentina 43.4
4 × 400 metres relay  Chile 3:21.9  Argentina 3:22.3  Uruguay 3:27.8
3000 metres team race  Argentina 10  Chile 14  Brazil 26
Cross country Raúl Ibarra
 Argentina
36:11.0 Raúl Inostroza
 Venezuela
37:18.0 René Aldana
 Chile
37:27.4

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Lelia Spuhr
 Argentina
13.1 María Malvicini
 Argentina
13.3 Crista Jane Giese
 Brazil
13.3
200 metres Lelia Spuhr
 Argentina
26.0 Elizabeth Müller
 Brazil
26.4 Julia Yáñez
 Peru
27.6
80 metres hurdles Crista Jane Giese
 Brazil
12.4 CR Betty Morales
 Chile
12.5 Ursula Hennel
 Brazil
13.0
High jump Lelia Spuhr
 Argentina
1.55 CR Ilse Barends
 Chile
1.50 Crista Jane Giese
 Brazil
Instrud Kastdorff
 Uruguay
Noemi Simonetto
 Argentina
1.45
Long jump Instrud Kastdorff
 Uruguay
5.12 Ilse Barends
 Chile
5.03 Noemí Simonetto
 Argentina
4.96
Shot put Ingeborg Mello
 Argentina
11.81 CR Edith Klempau
 Chile
10.74 Julia Iriarte
 Bolivia
10.45
Discus throw Christel Balde
 Chile
35.59 CR María Boecke
 Chile
35.04 Ingeborg Mello
 Argentina
33.80
Javelin throw Ruth Caro
 Argentina
36.87 CR Ursula Holle
 Chile
36.68 Olga Merino
 Chile
34.63
4 × 100 metres relay  Argentina 51.2  Chile 51.8  Brazil 52.6

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Argentina 12 12 9 33
2  Brazil 12 7 9 28
3  Chile 6 13 11 30
4  Peru 2 0 2 4
5  Uruguay 1 0 3 4
6  Venezuela 0 1 0 1
7  Bolivia 0 0 1 1

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