2002 South American Cross Country Championships

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2002 South American Cross Country Championships
Organisers CONSUDATLE
Edition 17th
Date February 23–24
Host city Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Santa Cruz, Bolivia Bolivia
Nations participating 7
Athletes participating 72
Races 8
Distances 12 km – Senior men
4 km – Men's short
8 km – Junior men (U20)
4 km – Youth men (U18)
8 km – Senior women
4 km – Women's short
6 km – Junior women (U20)
3 km – Youth women (U18)

The 2002 South American Cross Country Championships took place on February 23–24, 2002. The races were held in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.[1]

Complete results,[1][2][3] results for junior and youth competitions,[4] and medal winners[5] were published.

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Senior men
(12 km)
Jonathan Monje
 Chile
38:45 Julián Berrío
 Colombia
38:50 Carlos Jaramillo
 Chile
38:51
Men's short
(4 km)
Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
11:57 Javier Adolfo Carriqueo
 Argentina
12:11 Jonathan Monje
 Chile
12:13
Junior (U20) men
(8 km)
Fernando Alex Fernandes
 Brazil
26:41 Maximiliano Alonso Sánchez
 Argentina
27:06 Marcelo Zalles
 Bolivia
27:22
Youth (U18) men
(4 km)
Gilialdo Koball
 Brazil
12:59 Freddy Espinoza
 Colombia
13:32 Alexis Maureira
 Chile
13:35
Senior women
(8 km)
Adriana de Souza
 Brazil
29:54 Bertha Sánchez
 Colombia
30:54 Wilma Guerra
 Ecuador
31:11
Women's short
(4 km)
Bertha Sánchez
 Colombia
14:02 Silvia Paredes
 Ecuador
14:08 Marily dos Santos
 Brazil
14:19
Junior (U20) women
(6 km)
Ruby Riativa
 Colombia
23:50 Susana Aburto
 Chile
24:49 Magaly Crispin
 Bolivia
25:39
Youth (U18) women
(3 km)
Fernanda Maria Silva
 Brazil
10:55 Elizabeth Choquevillca
 Bolivia
11:06 Militza Saucedo
 Bolivia
11:21
Team
Senior men  Chile 14  Colombia 14  Bolivia 25
Men's short  Chile 12  Argentina 15  Bolivia 27
Junior (U20) men  Bolivia 14
Youth (U18) men  Bolivia 18
Senior women  Ecuador 13  Chile 21
Women's short  Ecuador 13  Chile 23  Bolivia 28
Junior (U20) women  Bolivia 12
Youth (U18) women  Bolivia 9

Race results[edit]

Senior men's race (12 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Jonathan Monje  Chile 38:45
2nd Julián Berrío  Colombia 38:50
3rd Carlos Jaramillo  Chile 38:51
4 Rolando Pillco  Bolivia 39:07
5 Javier Alexander Guarín  Colombia 39:14
6 Vladimir Guerra  Ecuador 39:24
7 Jorge Real  Colombia 39:37
8 Guido Bustillos  Ecuador 39:38
9 Marco Condori  Bolivia 39:44
10 Miguel Meléndez  Chile 39:55
11 Wellington Correia Fraga  Brazil 40:36
12 Giovanny Morejón  Bolivia 40:47
13 Néstor Quinapanta  Ecuador 41:28
14 Cristian Rogelio  Chile 41:44
15 Alejandro Mamani  Bolivia 43:11
16 Pablo Jiménez  Uruguay 49:23
Eduardo Aruquipa  Bolivia DNF
Richard Arias  Ecuador DNF
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Chile
Jonathan Monje 1
Carlos Jaramillo 3
Guido Bustillos 8
(Miguel Meléndez) (10)
(Cristian Rogelio) (14)
14
2nd  Colombia
Julián Berrío 2
Javier Alexander Guarín 5
Jorge Real 7
14
3rd  Bolivia
Rolando Pillco 4
Marco Condori 9
Giovanny Morejón 12
(Alejandro Mamani) (15)
(Eduardo Aruquipa) (DNF)
25
4  Ecuador
Vladimir Guerra 6
Guido Bustillos 8
Néstor Quinapanta 13
(Richard Arias) (DNF)
27
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Men's short race (4 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Hudson Santos de Souza  Brazil 11:57
2nd Javier Adolfo Carriqueo  Argentina 12:11
3rd Jonathan Monje  Chile 12:13
4 Carlos Jaramillo  Chile 12:21
5 Miguel Meléndez  Chile 12:41
6 José Mansilla  Argentina 12:50
7 Miguel Angel Bárzola  Argentina 12:53
8 Wilfredo Calizaya  Bolivia 12:57
9 Juan Carlos Echalar  Bolivia 13:01
10 Mariano Mamani  Bolivia 13:03
11 Denis Velázquez  Bolivia 13:05
12 Moisés Cipriani  Bolivia 13:05
13 Francis Melo  Chile 13:36
14 Miguel Nino  Bolivia 13:37
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Chile
Jonathan Monje 3
Carlos Jaramillo 4
Miguel Meléndez 5
(Francis Melo) (13)
12
2nd  Argentina
Javier Adolfo Carriqueo 2
José Mansilla 6
Miguel Angel Bárzola 7
15
3rd  Bolivia
Wilfredo Calizaya 8
Juan Carlos Echalar 9
Mariano Mamani 10
(Denis Velázquez) (11)
(Moisés Cipriani) (12)
(Miguel Nino) (14)
27
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Junior (U20) men's race (8 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Fernando Alex Fernandes  Brazil 26:41
2nd Maximiliano Alonso Sánchez  Argentina 27:06
3rd Marcelo Zalles  Bolivia 27:22
4 Mauricio Peña  Chile 28:06
5 Ever Apaza  Bolivia 28:12
6 Juan Daniel Quispe  Bolivia 28:32
7 Jason Gutiérrez  Colombia 28:59
8 Ruddy Choque  Bolivia 29:12
9 José Paul Avila  Bolivia 30:01
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Bolivia
Marcelo Zalles 3
Ever Apaza 5
Juan Daniel Quispe 6
(Ruddy Choque) (8)
(José Paul Avila) (9)
14
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Youth (U18) men's race (4 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Gilialdo Koball  Brazil 12:59
2nd Freddy Espinoza  Colombia 13:32
3rd Alexis Maureira  Chile 13:35
4 Víctor Gilbez  Argentina 14:29
5 Ebenezer Churqui  Bolivia 15:31
6 Ronald Morales  Bolivia 15:47
7 Alán Durán  Bolivia 15:48
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Bolivia
Ebenezer Churqui 5
Ronald Morales 6
Alán Durán 7
18
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Senior women's race (8 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Adriana de Souza  Brazil 29:54
2nd Bertha Sánchez  Colombia 30:54
3rd Wilma Guerra  Ecuador 31:11
4 Narcisa Calderón  Ecuador 31:14
5 Marcela Flores  Chile 31:20
6 Silvia Paredes  Ecuador 31:33
7 Luz Silva  Chile 31:49
8 Gabriela Cevallos  Ecuador 31:57
9 Julia del Río  Chile 33:05
10 Tania Poma  Bolivia 33:51
11 Nemia Coca  Bolivia 33:59
Sonia Calizaya  Bolivia DNF
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Ecuador
Wilma Guerra 3
Narcisa Calderón 4
Silvia Paredes 6
(Gabriela Cevallos) (8)
13
2nd  Chile
Marcela Flores 5
Luz Silva 7
Julia del Río 9
21
 Bolivia
(Tania Poma) (10)
(Nemia Coca) (11)
(Sonia Calizaya) (DNF)
DNF
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Women's short race (4 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Bertha Sánchez  Colombia 14:02
2nd Silvia Paredes  Ecuador 14:08
3rd Marily dos Santos  Brazil 14:19
4 Luz Silva  Chile 14:25
5 Gabriela Cevallos  Ecuador 14:40
6 Wilma Guerra  Ecuador 14:47
7 Marcela Flores  Chile 14:48
8 Tania Poma  Bolivia 14:53
9 Ibeth Budia  Bolivia 14:58
10 Narcisa Calderón  Ecuador 15:02
11 Sonia Calizaya  Bolivia 15:32
12 Julia del Río  Chile 15:37
13 Claudia Villalba  Bolivia 15:41
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Ecuador
Silvia Paredes 2
Gabriela Cevallos 5
Wilma Guerra 6
(Narcisa Calderón) (10)
13
2nd  Chile
Luz Silva 4
Marcela Flores 7
Julia del Río 12
23
3rd  Bolivia
Tania Poma 8
Ibeth Budia 9
Sonia Calizaya 11
(Claudia Villalba) (13)
28
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Junior (U20) women's race (6 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Ruby Riativa  Colombia 23:50
2nd Susana Aburto  Chile 24:49
3rd Magaly Crispin  Bolivia 25:39
4 Mery Quispe  Bolivia 26:22
5 Isidora Canavari  Bolivia 27:18
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Bolivia
Magaly Crispin 3
Mery Quispe 4
Isidora Canavari 5
12
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Youth (U18) women's race (3 km)[edit]

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Fernanda Maria Silva  Brazil 10:55
2nd Elizabeth Choquevillca  Bolivia 11:06
3rd Militza Saucedo  Bolivia 11:21
4 Beatriz Quispe  Bolivia 11:28
5 Denise Talanilla  Chile 12:17
6 Evelin Ahois  Bolivia 12:41
7 Vianka Pereira  Bolivia 12:42
Teams
Rank Team Points
1st  Bolivia
Elizabeth Choquevillca 2
Militza Saucedo 3
Beatriz Quispe 4
(Evelin Ahois) (6)
(Vianka Pereira) (7)
9
  • Note: Athletes in parentheses did not score for the team result.

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 5 0 1 6
2  Bolivia 4 1 6 11
3  Chile 3 3 3 9
4  Colombia 2 4 0 6
5  Ecuador 2 1 1 4
6  Argentina 0 3 0 3
Total 16 12 11 39
  • Note: Totals include both individual and team medals, with medals in the team competition counting as one medal.

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 72 athletes from 7 countries participated.

See also[edit]

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