2010 South American Race Walking Championships

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2010 South American Race Walking Championships
2010 South American Race Walking Championships
Organisers CONSUDATLE
Edition 18th
Date March 6-7
Host city Cochabamba, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia Bolivia
Location Paseo de "El Prado"
Nations participating 8
Athletes participating 66
Races 7

The 2010 South American Race Walking Championships were held in Cochabamba, Bolivia, on March 6-7, 2010. The track of the championship runs in the Paseo El Prado (Avenida Ballivián).[1] A detailed report on the event and an appraisal of the results was given by Eduardo Biscayart for the IAAF.[2]

Complete results were published.[3][4] The junior events are documented on the World Junior Athletics History webpages.[5]

Results (both individual and team) as well as medal tables were also published elsewhere.[6][7]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
20km  Rolando Saquipay (ECU) 1:24:50  Gustavo Restrepo (COL) 1:27:40  Yerko Araya (CHI) 1:30:45
50km  Mesías Zapata (ECU) 4:17:00  Washington Alvarado (ECU) 4:21:08  David Guevara (ECU) 4:22:37
10km Junior (U20)  Caio Bonfim (BRA) 43:08  José Montaña (COL) 43:20  Niel García (PER) 46:10
10km Youth (U18)  Eider Arévalo (COL) 43:35  Brian Pintado (ECU) 47:00  Óscar Villavicencio (ECU) 47:51
Team (Men)
20km Team  Ecuador 10 pts  Brazil 31 pts
50km Team  Ecuador 6 pts
10km Junior (U20) Team  Ecuador 10 pts  Brazil 12 pts  Bolivia 16 pts
10km Youth (U18) Team  Ecuador 5 pts  Bolivia 11 pts
Women
20km  Sandra Galvis (COL) 1:40:48  Claudia Balderrama (BOL) 1:42:48  Milanggela Rosales (VEN) 1:43:33
10km Junior (U20)  Wendy Cornejo (BOL) 52:46  Ana Karina Bustos (ECU) 54:02  Katherine Álvarez (ECU) 55:20
5km Youth (U18)  Kimberly García (PER) 24:24  Ana Karina Bustos (ECU) 25:11  Wendy Cornejo (BOL) 25:23
Team (Women)
20km Team  Bolivia 15 pts  Ecuador 19 pts
10km Junior (U20) Team  Ecuador 5 pts  Bolivia 5 pts  Brazil 14 pts
5km Youth (U18) Team  Peru 5 pts  Ecuador 7 pts  Bolivia 10 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Rolando Saquipay  ECU 1:24:50
2nd Gustavo Restrepo  COL 1:27:40
3rd Yerko Araya  CHI 1:30:45
4 Jonathan Cáceres  ECU 1:31:55
5 Ricardo Lojan  ECU 1:34:16
6 Wilman Vera  VEN 1:37:29
7 Fabio Benito González  ARG 1:38:06
8 Luiz Felipe dos Santos  BRA 1:38:24
9 Joaquín Quispe  PER 1:38:26
10 Yerenman Salazar  VEN 1:39:57
11 Daniel Perim Tomasi  BRA 1:42:24
12 Moacir Zimmermann  BRA 1:51:12
Andrés Chocho  ECU DQ
Ronald Quispe  BOL DQ
Edward Araya  CHI DQ

Team 20km Men[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 10 pts
2nd  Brazil 31 pts

Men's 50km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Mesías Zapata  ECU 4:17:00
2nd Washington Alvarado  ECU 4:21:08
3rd David Guevara  ECU 4:22:37
4 Edgar Cudco  ECU 4:34:23
5 Miguel Ángel González  BOL 5:13:34
Diogo Gamboa  BRA DNF
Julián Choque  BOL DNF

Team 50km Men[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 6 pts

Men's 10km Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Caio Bonfim  BRA 43:08
2nd José Montaña  COL 43:20
3rd Niel García  PER 46:10
4 Brian Pintado  ECU 46:50
5 Ariel Magallanes  ARG 47:43
6 Óscar Villavicencio  ECU 48:20
7 Marco Antonio Rodríguez  BOL 50:19
8 Oscar Orozco  ECU 50:19
9 Alvaro Carpio  BOL 51:44
10 Jean Pierre Valenzuela  CHI 51:54
11 Jean Pedro Rominhuk  BRA 52:29
12 Hudson Santos  BRA 52:35
13 Rodrigo Flores  BOL 57:23

Team 10km Men Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 10 pts
2nd  Brazil 12 pts
3rd  Bolivia 16 pts

Men's 10km Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Eider Arévalo  COL 43:35
2nd Brian Pintado  ECU 47:00
3rd Óscar Villavicencio  ECU 47:51
4 Jean Pierre Valenzuela  CHI 50:36
5 Marco Antonio Rodríguez  BOL 50:43
6 Alvaro Carpio  BOL 51:44
7 Dolourso Flores  PER 54:35
8 Hiago Garcia  BRA 56:46

Team 10km Men Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 5 pts
2nd  Bolivia 11 pts

Women's 20km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Sandra Galvis  COL 1:40:48
2nd Claudia Balderrama  BOL 1:42:48
3rd Milanggela Rosales  VEN 1:43:33
4 Claudia Cornejo  BOL 1:44:18
5 Yadira Guamán  ECU 1:44:29
6 Johana Ordóñez  ECU 1:45:08
7 Tânia Spindler  BRA 1:45:36
8 Paola Pérez  ECU 1:50:14
9 Jaaneth Mamani  BOL 1:51:58
Cisiane Dutra Lopes  BRA DQ
Erica Rocha de Sena  BRA DQ

Team 20km Women[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Bolivia 15 pts
2nd  Ecuador 19 pts

Women's 10km Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Wendy Cornejo  BOL 52:46
2nd Ana Karina Bustos  ECU 54:02
3rd Katherine Álvarez  ECU 55:20
4 Jessica Argote  BOL 56:21
5 Cleia Silva  BRA 56:27
6 Luisa Navarro  COL 57:26
7 Ángela Castro  BOL 58:38
8 Catherine Pérez  BOL 58:46
9 Mayara Vicentainer  BRA 1:02:15
10 Camila da Silva  BRA 1:07:48
Nahir Viveros  BOL DQ

Team 10km Women Junior (U20)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Ecuador 5 pts
2nd  Bolivia 5 pts
3rd  Brazil 14 pts

Women's 5km Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Kimberly García  PER 24:24
2nd Ana Karina Bustos  ECU 25:11
3rd Wendy Cornejo  BOL 25:23
4 Myrna García  PER 25:48
5 Katherine Álvarez  ECU 26:04
6 Ana Leydy Daza  COL 27:33
7 Ángela Castro  BOL 27:49
8 Nahir Viveros  BOL 28:19
9 Andressa Da Silva  BRA 28:51
10 Emely Torrico  BOL 31:29
Nohelia Magne  BOL DQ

Team 5km Women Youth (U18)[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Peru 5 pts
2nd  Ecuador 7 pts
3rd  Bolivia 10 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 66 athletes from 8 countries is reported.[3][4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PROGRAMA HORARIO - CAMPEONATO SUDAMERICANO DE MARCHA ATLÉ (PDF) (in Spanish), CONSUDATLE, retrieved August 11, 2013 
  2. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (March 8, 2010), Ecuadorians shine at South American Race Walking Championships, IAAF, retrieved August 11, 2013 
  3. ^ a b Resultados Del Campeonato Sudamericano Marcha Atlética (PDF) (in Spanish), CONSUDATLE, retrieved August 11, 2013 
  4. ^ a b Resultados Del Campeonato Sudamericano Marcha Atlética (in Spanish), Federación Atlética de Chile, retrieved August 11, 2013 
  5. ^ WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH"), retrieved August 11, 2013 
  6. ^ Rojas Rodríguez, Betty (March 7, 2010), La selección ecuatoriana ganó en la primera jornada del Campeonato Sudamericano de Marcha (in Spanish), Los Tiempos, Cochabamba, retrieved August 11, 2013 
  7. ^ Rojas Rodríguez, Betty (March 8, 2010), La atleta boliviana Wendy Cornejo obtuvo ayer la medalla de oro en marcha (in Spanish), Los Tiempos, Cochabamba, retrieved August 11, 2013