2008 South American Swimming Championships

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The 2008 South American Aquatics Championships, or Campeonato Sudamericano de Primera Fuerza de Deportes Acuáticos (as they were called in Spanish), were held March 12–16, 2008, in São Paulo, Brazil. The Championships were an event of CONSANAT, the South American Swimming Confederation, and featured competitions in diving, swimming, open water swimming, synchronized swimming and water polo.

The swimming competition at the Championships served as a qualifying event for the 2008 Olympics.

The water polo competition served as the South American qualifier for the UANA Cup: the Americas qualifier for the 2009 World Championships.

Diving[edit]

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Ramón Fumadó
 Venezuela 375.80
César Castro
 Brazil 373.60
Luis Villarroel
 Venezuela 362.95
3 m springboard César Castro
 Brazil 448.60
Luis Villarroel
 Venezuela 404.15
Juan Urán
 Colombia 385.50
Platform Juan Urán
 Colombia 482.90
Hugo Parisi
 Brazil 411.10
Sebastian Castañeda
 Colombia 384.55
Synchronized
3 m springboard
Luis Villarroel / Ramón Fumadó
 Venezuela 399.45
Juan Urán / Victor Ortega
 Colombia 358.47
César Castro / Ubirajara Barbos
 Brazil 347.55
Synchronized
platform
Juan Urán / Victor Ortega
 Colombia 402.21
Hugo Parisi / Bira Barbosa
 Brazil 340.02
Donato Neglia / Moises Abarla
 Chile 214.74

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard Alejandra Fuentes
 Venezuela 270.35
Juliana Veloso
 Brazil 259.45
Diana Pineda
 Colombia 232.25
3 m springboard Alejandra Fuentes
 Venezuela 306.60
Diana Pineda
 Colombia 306.40
Juliana Veloso
 Brazil 300.30
Platform Juliana Veloso
 Brazil 335.50
Kiara Buelva
 Venezuela 281.65
Milena Canto Sae
 Brazil 258.75
Synchronized
3 m springboard
Juliana Veloso / Tammy Galera
 Brazil 272.34
Kiara Buelvas / Yhessen Hernandez
 Venezuela 252.69
Rafaella Suarez / Gabriela Sabando
 Ecuador 241.95
Synchronized
platform
Milena Canto Sae / Evelyn Winkler
 Brazil 259.32
Diana Pineda / Laura Vasquez
 Colombia 233.88
Rafaella Suarez / Gabriela Sabando
 Ecuador 227.76

Point standings[edit]

Rank Country Points
1  Brazil 223
2  Colombia 203
3  Venezuela 172
4  Ecuador 61
5  Chile 52

Swimming[edit]

Note: Competition was in a long course (50 m) pool.

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Nicholas Santos
 Brazil
22.72 Lucas Del Piccolo
 Argentina
23.14 Camilo Becerra
 Colombia
23.20
100 m freestyle Fernando Souza da Silva
 Brazil
50.60 Crox Acuña
 Venezuela
Eduardo Deboni
 Brazil
51.16
200 m freestyle Rodrigo Castro
 Brazil
1:50.41
CR
Martin Kutscher
 Uruguay
1:52.45 Crox Acuña
 Venezuela
1:52.49
400 m freestyle Ricardo Monasterio
 Venezuela
3:56.50 Rodrigo Castro
 Brazil
3:56.99 Armando Negreiros
 Brazil
4:01.89
800 m freestyle Ricardo Monasterio
 Venezuela
8:12.04 Daniele Tirabasi
 Venezuela
8:21.84 Luiz Rogerio Arapiraca
 Brazil
8:23.03
1500 m freestyle Ricardo Monasterio
 Venezuela
15:43.07 Juan Martin Pereira
 Argentina
15:57.42 Mateo de Angulo Velasco
 Colombia
15:57.88
50 m backstroke Guilherme Guido
 Brazil
25.41 Eduardo German Otero
 Argentina
26.59 Camilo Becerra
 Colombia
27.43
100 m backstroke Guilherme Guido
 Brazil
55.54 Thiago Pereira
 Brazil
57.27 Eduardo German Otero
 Argentina
58.33
200 m backstroke Lucas Salatta
 Brazil
2:01.22 Thiago Pereira
 Brazil
2:05.70 Luciano Sales Rubio
 Argentina
2:08.10
50 m breaststroke Felipe Lima
 Brazil
28.46 Felipe Silva
 Brazil
28.74 Walter Archiprete
 Argentina
29.28
100 m breaststroke Henrique Barbosa
 Brazil
1:01.44
CR SAR
Felipe Lima
 Brazil
1:01.89 Walter Archiprete
 Argentina
1:05.44
200 m breaststroke Henrique Barbosa
 Brazil
2:18.14 Bastian Nordenflytch
 Chile
2:24.46 Diego Bonilla
 Colombia
2:24.78
50 m butterfly Nicholas Santos
 Brazil
23.88
CR
Candido da Silva
 Brazil
24.72 Camilo Becerra
 Colombia
24.88
100 m butterfly Fernando Souza da Silva
 Brazil
54.61 Camilo Becerra
 Colombia
54.76 Gordon Touw Ngie Tjouw
 Suriname
54.80
200 m butterfly Andres José Gonzalez
 Argentina
2:01.77 Julio Cesar Montes
 Colombia
2:01.95 Alexis Marquez
 Venezuela
2:02.62
200 m individual medley Thiago Pereira
 Brazil
2:05.22 Tales Rocha Cerdeira
 Brazil
2:06.16 Diego Bonilla
 Colombia
2:08.05
400 m individual medley Thiago Pereira
 Brazil
4:27.58 Lucas Salatta
 Brazil
4:36.39 Benjamin Guzmán
 Chile
4:37.29
400 m freestyle relay  Brazil
Nicholas Santos,
Fernando Souza da Silva,
Eduardo Deboni,
Tales Rocha Cerdeira
3:24.47  Uruguay
Francisco Picasso,
José Gabriel Álvez,
Paul Kutscher,
Martin Kutscher
3:25.40  Argentina
Lucas del Piccolo,
Eduardo German Otero,
Sergio Ferreira,
Damian Roth
3:32.05
800 m freestyle relay  Venezuela
Daniel Tirabasi,
Juan Francisco Morales,
Jesus Casanova,
Crox Acuña
7:33.30
CR
 Brazil
Lucas Salatta,
Armando Negreiros,
Thiago Pereira,
Rodrigo Castro
7:45.06  Argentina
Agustín Fiorilli,
Damian Roth,
Freddy Renzo Zschach,
Juan Martín Pereira
7:46.24
400 m medley relay  Brazil
Guilherme Guido,
Henrique Barbosa,
Lucas Salatta,
Eduardo Deboni
3:43.87  Argentina
Eduardo German Otero,
Sergio Ferreira,
Gustavo Daniel Paschetta,
Damian Roth
3:49.41  Uruguay
Nicolas Francia,
Martin Melconiam,
Martin Kutscher,
Paul Kutscher
3:50.00

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Flavia Delaroli-Cazziolato
 Brazil
25.25
CR
Ximena Vilar
 Venezuela
26.51 Yamilé Bahamonde
 Ecuador
Julyana Bassi Kury
 Brazil
26.64
100 m freestyle Tatiana Lemos
 Brazil
56.06 Flavia Delaroli-Cazziolato
 Brazil
56.16 Carolina Colorado Henao
 Colombia
57.49
200 m freestyle Monique Ferreira
 Brazil
2:00.62 Tatiana Lemos
 Brazil
2:02.26 Cecilia Elizabeth Biagioli
 Argentina
2:04.47
400 m freestyle Monique Ferreira
 Brazil
4:13.77 Kristel Köbrich
 Chile
4:17.94 Cecilia Elizabeth Biagioli
 Argentina
4:19.81
800 m freestyle Kristel Köbrich
 Chile
8:51.90 Cecilia Elizabeth Biagioli
 Argentina
8:59.89 Darneyis Orozco
 Venezuela
9:06.17
1500 m freestyle Kristel Köbrich
 Chile
16:38.57 Sofia Osaba
 Argentina
17:29.64 Darneyis Orozco
 Venezuela
17:35.73
50 m backstroke Fabíola Molina
 Brazil
29.11 Etiene Medeiros
 Brazil
29.91 Carolina Colorado Henao
 Colombia
30.62
100 m backstroke Fabíola Molina
 Brazil
1:01.93 Carolina Colorado Henao
 Colombia
1:04.04 Juanita Barreto
 Colombia
1:05.26
200 m backstroke Erin Volcán
 Venezuela
2:17.47
CR
Eliana Cassini
 Argentina
2:22.16 Julyana Bassi Kury
 Brazil
2:23.38
50 m breaststroke Valeria Silva Merea
 Peru
32.53
CR, NR
Javiera Salcedo
 Argentina
33.22 Liliana Guiscardo
 Argentina
33.27
100 m breaststroke Valeria Silva Merea
 Peru
1:12.46 Javiera Salcedo
 Argentina
1:12.78 Tatiane Mayumi Sakemi
 Brazil
1:13.39
200 m breaststroke Tatiane Mayumi Sakemi
 Brazil
2:38.49 Carolina Hurga Mussi
 Brazil
2:39.70 Nora Miro Quesada Woll
 Peru
2:40.61
50 m butterfly Gabriella Silva
 Brazil
27.49 Carolina Colorado Henao
 Colombia
28.22 Yamile Bahamonde
 Ecuador
28.44
100 m butterfly Gabriella Silva
 Brazil
1:00.74 Daiene Marçal Dias
 Brazil
1:01.77 Carolina Colorado Henao
 Colombia
1:01.96
200 m butterfly Joanna Maranhão
 Brazil
2:13.41
CR
Georgina Bardach
 Argentina
2:18.21 Daiene Marçal Dias
 Brazil
2:19.02
200 m individual medley Joanna Maranhão
 Brazil
2:17.10 Georgina Bardach
 Argentina
2:23.08 Erin Volcán
 Venezuela
2:23.81
400 m individual medley Joanna Maranhão
 Brazil
4:49.62 Georgina Bardach
 Argentina
4:55.59 Virginia Bardach
 Argentina
5:06.27
400 m freestyle relay  Brazil
Julyaana Bassi Kury,
Etiene Medeiros,
Monique Ferreira,
Tatiana Lemos Barbosa
3:49.21  Argentina
Nadia Soledad Colovini,
Manuela Morano,
Ariadna Ghirard,
Cecilia Elizabeth Biagioli
3:55.02  Venezuela
Ximena Vilar,
Jesserick Pinto,
Jenifer Marquez,
Erin Volcán
3:56.50
800 m freestyle relay  Brazil
Manuela Lyrio,
Tatiana Lemos Barbosa,
Joanna Maranhão,
Monique Ferreira
8:23.77  Argentina
Nadia Soledad Colovini,
Adriadna Ghirard,
Georgina Bardach,
Cecilia Elizabeth Biagioli
 Venezuela
Jenifer Marquez,
Darneyis Orozco,
Patricia Maldonado,
Erin Volcán
400 m medley relay  Brazil
Fabíola Molina,
Tatiane Mayumi Sakemi,
Gabriella Silva,
Tatiana Lemos Barbosa
4:11.53
CR SAR
 Venezuela
Erin Volcán,
Gloria González,
Elimar Barrios,
Ximena Vilar
4:23.39  Argentina
Eliana Cassini,
Javiera Salcedo,
Florencia Ghione,
Nadia Soledad Colovini
4:25.01

Records[edit]

10 South American Records were set in:

  • Men's 100 m backstroke: 54.67, Guilherme Guido, Brazil
  • Men's 100 m breaststroke: 1:01.44, Henrique Barbosa, Brazil
  • Women's 100 m freestyle: 55.73, Tatiana Lemos, Brazil
  • Women's 200 m freestyle: 2:00.62, Monique Ferreira, Brazil
  • Women's 50 m backstroke: 28.45, Fabíola Molina, Brazil
  • Women's 100 m backstroke: 1:01.40, Fabíola Molina, Brazil
  • Women's 50 m breaststroke: 32.53, Valéria Merea, Peru
  • Women's 50 m butterfly: 27.48, Gabriella Silva, Brazil
  • Women's 100 m butterfly: 59.79, Gabriella Silva, Brazil
  • Women's 400 m medley relay: 4:11.53, Brazil (Molina, Sakemi, Silva, Lemos)

Additionally, 8 Championship Records (CRs) were set in:

  • Men's 200 m freestyle: 1:50.41, Rodrigo Castro, Brazil
  • Men's 50 m backstroke: 25.19, Guilherme Guido, Brazil
  • Men's 50 m breaststroke: 28.40, Felipe Lima, Brazil
  • Men's 50 m butterfly: 23.88, Nicholas Santos, Brazil
  • Men's 400 m individual medley: 4:17.64, Thiago Pereira, Brazil
  • Men's 800 m freestyle relay: 7:33.30, Venezuela
  • Women's 50 m freestyle: 25.25, Flávia Delaroli Cazziolato, Brazil
  • Women's 400 m freestyle: 4:13.77, Monique Ferreira, Brazil

Open water swimming[edit]

Note: Competition dates were March 7 (5 km) and March 9 (10 km).

Men's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km Luiz Lima
 Brazil 57:34.85
Roberto Penailillo
 Chile 57:40.28
Carlos Pavão
 Brazil 57:41.04
10 km Allan do Carmo
 Brazil 2:02:19
Roberto Penailillo
 Chile 2:02:22
Marcelo Romanelli
 Brazil 2:02:25

Women's results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km Kristel Köbrich
 Chile 1:03:15
Ana Marcela Cunha
 Brazil 1:03:16
Maria de Penha Cruz
 Brazil 1:03:53
10 km Kristel Köbrich
 Chile 2:02:33
Ana Marcela Cunha
 Brazil 2:06:22
Andreína Pinto
 Venezuela 2:06:43

Team results[edit]

Place Country Time
(hours/minutes/seconds)
1  Brazil 9h 09m 38s
2  Venezuela 9h 14m 57s
3  Chile 9h 20m 31s
4  Argentina 9h 27m 06s
5  Ecuador 9h 35m 25s

Note: Based on fastest total time of compiled 3 fastest times (male and female) per country in both events.

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo Giovana Stephan
 Brazil
87.498 (T=42.915 / F=44.583)
Jennifer Cerquera
 Colombia
83.498 (T=40.665 / F=42.833)
Julieta Díaz
 Argentina
81.915 (T=40.250 / F=41.666)
Duet Lara Teixeira / Nayara Figueira
Giovana Stephan (r)
 Brazil
89.748 (T=44.499 / F=45.249)
Anna Soto / Mary Soto
 Venezuela
84.665 (T=41.416 / F=43.249)
Jennifer Cerquera / Ingrid Cubillos
Stefanie Garcia (r)
 Colombia
82.332 (T=40.333 / F=41.999)
Team  Brazil
Maria Bruno, Michelle Frota,
Joseane Martins, Lorena Molinos,
Pamela Nogueira, Gláucia Souza,
Giovana Stephan, Camila Ururay
(r): Nayara Figueira and Lara Teixeira

87.999 (T=43.583 / F=44.416)
 Colombia
Ailin Alegria, Asly Alegria,
Paula Arcila, Jennifer Cerquera,
Ingrid Cubillos, Luana Prato,
Monica Sarai, Marilza Valencia,
(r): Stefanie Garcia and Maria Reyna

84.332 (T=41.749 / F=42.583)
 Venezuela
Rosa Maria Avila, Ariana Bencomo,
Paula Fernandez, Geraldine Narvaez,
Adriana Scotton, Fredmary Zambrano
(r): Darlin Hernandez and Amanda Mendez

82.415 (T=40.999 / F=41.416)

T=Technical program score; F=Free program score (each weights equally)

Point standings[edit]

Rank Country Solo Duet Team Total
1  Brazil 24 36 72 132
2  Colombia 22 30 66 118
3  Venezuela 18 33 60 111
4  Argentina 20 27 54 101
5  Aruba* 16 - - 16

*Aruba is not a normal CONSANAT member, and only competed in the synchro solo competition at these Championships.

Water polo[edit]

Game winners are italicized.

Men's tournament[edit]

Round Teams Score
Day 5 games Colombia v. Argentina 6-5
Venezuela v. Brazil 5-14
Venezuela v. Argentina 6-10
Colombia v. Brazil 1-13
Day 6 games Colombia v. Venezuela 9-11
Brazil v. Argentina 11-6
Semifinals
Venezuela v. Argentina 6-8
Brazil v. Colombia 16-6
Finals
Bronze medal Argentina v. Colombia 7-8
Gold medal Brazil v. Venezuela 15-4

Women's tournament[edit]

Round Teams Score
Day 4 games Venezuela v. Chile 23-1
Brazil v. Argentina 13-4
Day 5 games Venezuela v. Argentina 10-4
Brazil v. Chile 27-3
Day 6 games Chile v. Argentina 0-17
Brazil v. Venezuela 13-6
Semifinals
Venezuela v. Argentina 8-10
Brazil v. Chile 25-4
Finals
Bronze medal Venezuela v. Chile 28-0
Gold medal Brazil v. Argentina 11-3

Final standings[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze 4th
Men  Brazil  Venezuela  Colombia  Argentina
Women  Brazil  Argentina  Venezuela  Chile

Overall medals table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 42 21 12 75
2  Venezuela 9 9 12 30
3  Chile 4 4 2 10
4  Colombia 2 10 15 27
5  Peru 2 - 1 3
6  Argentina 1 15 12 28
7  Uruguay - 2 1 3
8  Ecuador - - 4 4
9  Suriname - - 1 1
Total 60 61 60 181

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