2006 South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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XVIII South American Youth Championships in Athletics
Host city Caracas, Venezuela Venezuela
Date(s) October 14–15
Main stadium Estadio Brígido Iriarte
Level Youth
Participation about 281 athletes from
13 nations
Events 42

The 18th South American Youth Championships in Athletics were held in Caracas, Venezuela from October 14–15, 2006. The event was relocated from the Estadio Pueblo Nuevo in San Cristóbal, Táchira, Venezuela, because the renovation of the stadium for the Copa América de Fútbol 2007 was not yet completed.[1] A detailed report on the results was given.[2]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners are published.[3][4] Complete results can be found on the Fecodatle,[5] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[6]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Alonso Edward (PAN) 10.60  Álvaro Gómez (COL) 10.61  Jefferson Lucindo (BRA) 10.63
200 metres (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Alonso Edward (PAN) 21.18  Rodrigo Patativa (BRA) 21.40  César Marchan (VEN) 21.67
400 metres  Juan López (CHI) 47.55  Henrique de Souza (BRA) 47.75  Heisber Landaeta (VEN) 47.79
800 metres  Heisber Landaeta (VEN) 1:53.89  Daniel Palma (CHI) 1:54.13  Deivid Silva (BRA) 1:56.02
1500 metres  Eduardo Gregório (URU) 3:59.64  Daniel Palma (CHI) 3:59.74  Mauricio Valdivia (CHI) 4:00.81
3000 metres  Luis Orta (VEN) 8:41.99  Victor Aravena (CHI) 8:43.81  Fabián Cajamarca (ECU) 8:50.62
2000 metres steeplechase  Luis Orta (VEN) 5:52.78  Iván López (CHI) 5:53.46  Mauricio Valdivia (CHI) 5:53.51
110 metres hurdles (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Edward Quintana (COL) 13.99  Thompson de Oliveira (BRA) 14.07  John Vale (VEN) 14.34
400 metres hurdles  Juan López (CHI) 52.94  Geormys Jaramillo (VEN) 53.57  Tiago de Souza (BRA) 53.64
High Jump  Robert Lanz (VEN) 2.05  Cristóbal Gómez (CHI) 2.02  Carlos Izquierdo (COL) 2.02
Pole Vault  Rodrigo Tenorio (CHI) 4.65  Ruben Benítez (ARG) 4.60  George Sanches (BRA) 4.20
Long Jump  Edward Quintana (COL) 7.39 (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Fernando da Cunha (BRA) 7.23 (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Jamal Bowen (PAN) 7.16 (wind: -1.3 m/s)
Triple Jump  Carlos Méndez (ECU) 15.10 (wind: +0.5 m/s)  Fernando da Cunha (BRA) 14.55 (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Bruno Matias (BRA) 14.38 (wind: +0.0 m/s)
Shot Put  Juan Romero (VEN) 17.95  Eder Moreno (COL) 17.91  Nicolás Martina (ARG) 17.85
Discus Throw  Luis Schneider (BRA) 53.70  Gerardo Márquez (VEN) 51.13  Franklin Abreu (VEN) 50.47
Hammer Throw  Marco Requena (VEN) 64.15  Alan Melo (BRA) 62.71  Gerónimo Ojeda (ARG) 61.17
Javelin Throw  Emmer Brizuela (VEN) 58.30  Jackson de Oliveira (BRA) 58.25  Jhon Valencia (COL) 57.88
Octathlon  José Raúl Matagira (COL) 5798  Diego Ferrin (ECU) 5750  Damian Benedetich (ARG) 5665
10000 metres Walk  Washington Alvarado (ECU) 46:04.50  Ricardo Lojan (ECU) 46:05.49  Dejaime de Oliveira (BRA) 46:25.08
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Eric de Jesús
Rodrigo Patativa
Jeferson Celis
Jefferson Lucindo
40.92  Panama
Jamal Bowen
Alberto Perriman
Erick Zuleta
Alonso Edward
41.96  Chile
Hans Weisser
Sebastian Díaz
Fernando Gómez
Felipe Covarubias
42.11
1000 metres Medley relay  Brazil
Jefferson Lucindo
Rodrigo Patativa
Wagner Cardoso
Henrique de Souza
1:53.67  Venezuela
Alvaro Cassiani
César Marchan
Osbel Mesa
Heisber Landaeta
1:54.20  Chile
Felipe Covarubias
Fernando Gómez
Sebastian Díaz
Juan López
1:56.37

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.4 m/s)  Bárbara Leôncio (BRA) 11.82  Rosângela Santos (BRA) 11.95  Nelcy Caicedo (COL) 12.01
200 metres (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Bárbara Leôncio (BRA) 24.26  Nelcy Caicedo (COL) 24.58  Erika Chávez (ECU) 24.59
400 metres  Erika Chávez (ECU) 55.48  Keila Escobar (COL) 56.11  Magdalena Mendoza (VEN) 56.68
800 metres  Rocío Sueldo (ARG) 2:15.54  Thayra dos Santos (BRA) 2:15.88  Evangelina Thomas (ARG) 2:15.96
1500 metres  Evangelina Thomas (ARG) 4:34.24  Viviana Acosta (ECU) 4:43.77  Dayana Magdalen Pérez (VEN) 4:44.73
3000 metres  Viviana Acosta (ECU) 10:28.15  Veronica Ángel (CHI) 10:37.45  Rosario Romero (PER) 10:37.94
2000 metres steeplechase  Tatiane da Silva (BRA) 6:57.72  Luz Moreno (COL) 7:05.63  Pamela Chibiroga (ECU) 7:11.23
100 metres hurdles (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Evelyn da Silva (BRA) 13.80  Ljubica Milos (CHI) 14.22  Cecilia Rivera (CHI) 14.45
400 metres hurdles  Keila Escobar (COL) 61.26  Magdalena Mendoza (VEN) 62.06  Maria MacAuliffe (CHI) 62.96
High Jump  Aline Santos (BRA) 1.69  Tamara Maass (CHI) 1.69  Katherine Alcívar (ECU) 1.69
Pole Vault  Valeria Chiaraviglio (ARG) 3.45  Aline Silva (BRA) 3.30  Eliana Martínez (COL) 3.30
Long Jump  Bianca Leguizamon (PAR) 5.67 (wind: NWI)  Leticia Gaspar (BRA) 5.59 (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Feber Hernández (VEN) 5.52 (wind: +0.0 m/s)
Triple Jump  Simona de Oliveira (BRA) 12.63 (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Feber Hernández (VEN) 12.02 (wind: +0.0 m/s)  Kelly Lucumí (COL) 11.87 (wind: +0.0 m/s)
Shot Put  Natalia Duco (CHI) 15.67  Soila Tosta (BRA) 12.32  Angela Rivas (COL) 12.19
Discus Throw  Natalia Duco (CHI) 39.31  Belen Domke (ARG) 38.34  Uclécia da Silva (BRA) 38.17
Hammer Throw  Emilce Pesce (ARG) 47.98  Durkina Freites (VEN) 47.01  Regiane de Souza (BRA) 44.90
Javelin Throw  Katryna Subeldia (PAR) 46.22  Lilian Seibert (BRA) 44.74  Miriam Mina (ECU) 43.81
Heptathlon  Camila Pirelli (PAR) 4790  Giovana Cavaleti (BRA) 4679  Camelia Cuba (VEN) 4580
5000 metres Walk  Anlly Pineda (COL) 24:46.26  Maria Rayo (COL) 24:48.28  Adriana Velázquez (ECU) 25:18.38
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Leticia Gaspar
Bárbara Leôncio
Bianca dos Santos
Rosângela Santos
46.20  Venezuela
María Virginia Sandoval
Yuriani Maya
Yarel Campos
María José Viloria
47.36  Chile
Maria Dittborn
Cecilia Rivera
Stephanie Matute
Violeta Cueto
48.16
1000 metres Medley relay  Brazil
Rosângela Santos
Bárbara Leôncio
Kamila Miranda
Priscila de Lima
2:12.03  Colombia
Daniela Sánchez
Nelcy Caicedo
Anis Canola
Keila Escobar
2:13.75  Venezuela
María Virginia Sandoval
Yuriani Maya
Idanis Nava
Magdalena Mendoza
2:15.60

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 11 14 8 33
2  Venezuela 7 7 9 23
3  Chile 5 8 7 20
4  Colombia 5 7 6 18
5  Ecuador 4 3 6 13
6  Argentina 4 2 4 10
7  Paraguay 3 0 0 3
8 Panama Panamá 2 1 1 4
9  Uruguay 1 0 0 1
10 Peru Perú 0 0 1 1

Team trophies[edit]

The placing tables for team trophy (overall team, men and women categories) were published.[7]

Participation (unofficial)[edit]

Detailed result lists can be found on the Fecodatle,[5] and on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[6] An unofficial count yields the number of about 281 athletes from about 13 countries:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nuestro Atletismo (in Spanish), Fotolog, Inc., June 29, 2006, retrieved January 6, 2012 
  2. ^ Terán Lara, Ana Yubely (October 16, 2006), Venezuela subcampeona. La delegación brasileña fue la vencedora del Suramericano (in Spanish), El Universal, Caracas, Venezuela, retrieved January 6, 2012 
  3. ^ Resultados, Atletismo, XVIII suramericano de menores, eluniversal.com, October 16, 2006, retrieved January 6, 2012 
  4. ^ AthleCAC, Results Service - Servicio de Resultados, Campeonato Sudamericano de Menores 2006, SAm-y, Caracas, VEN, 14-15 Oct 2006, CACAC, retrieved January 6, 2012 
  5. ^ a b Federación Venezolana de Atletismo, Campeonato Suramericano de Atletismo - Menores, Caracas - Venezuela, 14 y 15 Octubre, 2006, Resultados (PDF), Federación Colombiana de Atletismo, retrieved January 6, 2012 
  6. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), retrieved January 6, 2012 
  7. ^ VIII Campeonato Suramericano de Atletismo, Brasil domina el Campeonato Suramericano de Atletismo, Radio Nacional de Venezuela, October 16, 2006, retrieved January 6, 2012 

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