1971 South American Championships in Athletics

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The 1971 South American Championships in Athletics were held in Lima, Peru between 9-17 October 1971.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Félix Mata
 Venezuela
10.6 Pedro Bassart
 Argentina
10.7 Luiz da Silva
 Brazil
10.8
200 metres Fernando Acevedo
 Peru
21.2 Pedro Bassart
 Argentina
21.8 Alberto Marchán
 Venezuela
21.9
400 metres Fernando Acevedo
 Peru
46.4 =CR João Francisco
 Brazil
47.9 José Rabaça
 Brazil
48.0
800 metres Carlos Dalurzo
 Argentina
1:50.9 Roberto Salmona
 Chile
1:51.6 Fernando Sotomayor
 Chile
1:51.6
1500 metres Víctor Ríos
 Chile
3:48.6 Roberto Salmona
 Chile
3:48.9 Atílio Alegre
 Brazil
3:49.5
5000 metres Edmundo Warnke
 Chile
14:07.6 CR Víctor Mora
 Colombia
14:08.8 Domingo Tibaduiza
 Colombia
14:15.4
10000 metres Edmundo Warnke
 Chile
29:14.6 CR Víctor Mora
 Colombia
29:17.6 Domingo Tibaduiza
 Colombia
29:24.8
Marathon Martín Pavón
 Colombia
2:26:11 CR Hernán Barreneche
 Colombia
2:32:20 Edmundo Warnke
 Chile
2:34:31
3000 metres steeplechase Víctor Mora
 Colombia
9:03.8 Francisco Vega
 Peru
9:17.8 Fernando Sotomayor
 Chile
9:19.6
110 metres hurdles Enrique Rendón
 Venezuela
14.8 Alfredo Deza
 Peru
14.8 Patricio Saavedra
 Chile
14.8
400 metres hurdles Juan Carlos Dyrzka
 Argentina
52.4 Dorival Negrisoli
 Brazil
53.0 Eduardo Rodrigues
 Brazil
53.2
High jump Luis Barrionuevo
 Argentina
2.05 CR Roberto Abugattás
 Peru
2.05 José Dalmastro
 Argentina
2.00
Pole vault Erico Barney
 Argentina
4.50 CR Fernando Hoces
 Chile
4.20 Armando Chiamulera
 Brazil
4.20
Long jump Miguel Zapata
 Chile
7.41 Luiz de Souza
 Brazil
7.34 Ricardo Labalta
 Argentina
7.30A
Triple jump Nelson Prudêncio
 Brazil
15.58 Manuel Gutiérrez
 Colombia
14.94 Roberto dos Santos
 Uruguay
14.75
Shot put José Jacques
 Brazil
16.85 Juan Turri
 Argentina
15.73 Mario Peretti
 Argentina
15.63
Discus throw Sérgio Thomé
 Brazil
53.82 José Jacques
 Brazil
53.14 Gustavo Gutiérrez
 Colombia
47.78
Hammer throw José Vallejo
 Argentina
62.82 CR Darwin Piñeyrúa
 Uruguay
61.36 Celso de Moraes
 Brazil
57.74
Javelin throw Paulo de Faría
 Brazil
69.68 Gustavo Gutiérrez
 Colombia
65.90 Jorge Peña
 Chile
64.72
Decathlon Héctor Thomas
 Venezuela
6880 Ramón Montezuma
 Venezuela
6662 Emilio Mazzeo
 Argentina
6656
4 × 100 metres relay  Brazil 40.7  Venezuela 40.9  Peru 41.2
4 × 400 metres relay  Venezuela 3:14.8  Argentina 3:15.8  Brazil 3:16.1

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres María Luisa Vilca
 Peru
12.0 Irene Fitzner
 Argentina
12.3 Josefa Vicent
 Uruguay
12.3
200 metres Josefa Vicent
 Uruguay
24.4 Elsy Rivas
 Colombia
24.5 Ángela Godoy
 Argentina
24.6
400 metres Josefa Vicent
 Uruguay
54.9 CR Elsy Rivas
 Colombia
56.9 Cristina Filgueira
 Argentina
57.1
800 metres Gloria González
 Chile
2:12.1 CR Carmen Oyé
 Chile
2:13.3 Iris Fernández
 Argentina
2:13.5
100 metres hurdles Emilia Dyrzka
 Argentina
14.3 CR Liliana Cragno
 Argentina
14.6 Valdea Chagas
 Brazil
14.7
High jump Jurema da Silva
 Brazil
1.65 Maria da Conceição
 Brazil
1.65 Ana María Estrada
 Argentina
1.60
Long jump Silvia Kinzel
 Chile
5.83 Ana Desevici
 Uruguay
5.72 Edith Noeding
 Peru
5.58
Shot put Rosa Molina
 Chile
14.66 CR Maria Boso
 Brazil
13.64 Delia Vera
 Peru
12.83
Discus throw Odete Domingos
 Brazil
46.72 CR Isolina Vergara
 Colombia
45.67 Maria Boso
 Brazil
42.19
Javelin throw Ana María Campillay
 Argentina
43.92 Kiyomi Nakagawa
 Brazil
42.42 Rosa Molina
 Chile
42.32
Pentathlon Aída dos Santos
 Brazil
3716 Edith Noeding
 Peru
3635 María Luisa Vilca
 Peru
3581
4 × 100 metres relay  Argentina 46.7  Peru 47.6  Uruguay 48.2

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 8 7 9 24
2  Argentina 8 6 8 22
3  Chile 7 4 6 17
4  Venezuela 4 2 1 7
5  Peru 3 5 4 12
6  Colombia 2 8 3 13
7  Uruguay 2 2 3 7

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