2016 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics

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XVII Ibero-American Championships in Athletics
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Host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Brazil
Date(s) May 14–16
Main stadium Estádio Olímpico João Havelange
Level Senior
Participation 355 athletes from
28 nations
Events 44 (22 men, 22 women)
2018

The 17th Ibero-American Championships in Athletics were held at the Estádio Olímpico João Havelange in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, between May 14-16, 2016. Since the event served also as the athletics event test for the 2016 Summer Olympics, countries that do not compete at Ibero-American Championships attended the event, including United States, Saudi Arabia and Australia. However, medals won by those athletes did not count toward the total medal tally.[1]

A total of 44 events were contested, 22 by men and 22 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see 2016 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.4 m/s) Stanly del Carmen
 Dominican Republic
10.27 Bruno de Barros
 Brazil
10.28 Diego Palomeque
 Colombia
10.30
200 metres (wind: +0.3 m/s) Yancarlos Martínez
 Dominican Republic
20.19 Bruno Hortelano
 Spain
20.48 Bruno de Barros
 Brazil
20.54
400 metres Yoandys Lescay
 Cuba
45.36 Luguelín Santos
 Dominican Republic
45.58 Pedro Luiz de Oliveira
 Brazil
45.64
800 metres Lutimar Paes
 Brazil
1:45.42 Kleberson Davide
 Brazil
1:45.79 Lucirio Antonio Garrido
 Venezuela
1:46.72
Brandon Johnson of the United States, who competed as a guest, finished third in 1:46.12.
1500 metres Iván López
 Chile
3:38.64 Carlos Díaz
 Chile
3:39.20 Víctor Corrales
 Spain
3:39.60
3000 metres Iván López
 Chile
7:52.53 Carlos Díaz
 Chile
7:54.31 Éderson Pereira
 Brazil
7:56.20
5000 metres Altobeli da Silva
 Brazil
13:53.48 Daniel Mateo
 Spain
13:58.11 Nicolás Cuestas
 Uruguay
13:58.60
3000 metres steeplechase Altobeli da Silva
 Brazil
8:33.72 Joaquin Arbe
 Argentina
8:40.21 Ricardo Estremera
 Puerto Rico
8:40.87
110 metres hurdles (wind: +0.7 m/s) Javier McFarlane
 Peru
13.55 Eduardo Rodrigues
 Brazil
13.56 Jorge McFarlane
 Peru
13.64
400 metres hurdles Andrés Silva
 Uruguay
49.48 Mikael de Jesus
 Brazil
49.62 Mark Ujakpor
 Spain
49.65
High Jump Eure Yáñez
 Venezuela
2.26 Guilherme Cobbo
 Brazil
2.23 Miguel Ángel Sancho
 Spain
2.23
Pole Vault Germán Chiaraviglio
 Argentina
5.60 Augusto de Oliveira
 Brazil
5.30 Abel Curtinove
 Brazil
5.20
Long Jump Emiliano Lasa
 Uruguay
8.01 (+0.5) Jean Marie Okutu
 Spain
7.84 (+0.6) Mauro Vinícius da Silva
 Brazil
7.71 (+0.3)
Triple Jump Mateus de Sá
 Brazil
16.40 (+1.3) Jhon Murillo
 Colombia
16.35 (–0.3) Jean-Cassimiro Rosa
 Brazil
16.23 (+0.8)
Shot Put Darlan Romani
 Brazil
19.67 Marco Fortes
 Portugal
19.05 William Dourado
 Brazil
18.96
Discus Throw Ronald Julião
 Brazil
59.56 Pedro José Cuesta
 Spain
57.37 Carlos Valle
 Brazil
54.81
Hammer Throw Wagner Domingos
 Brazil
72.18 Roberto Sawyers
 Costa Rica
72.15 Allan Wolski
 Brazil
71.69
Javelin Throw Arley Ibargüen
 Colombia
80.28 Dayron Márquez
 Colombia
80.08 Júlio César de Oliveira
 Brazil
79.02
Decathlon Román Gastaldi
 Argentina
7634 Alex Soares
 Brazil
7330 Nicolas Nascimento
 Brazil
7002
20,000 metres track walk Caio Bonfim
 Brazil*
1:26:40.7 Juan Manuel Cano
 Argentina
1:27:27.7 José Alessandro Bagio
 Brazil
1:28:02.1
4 x 100 metres relay  Dominican Republic
Mayobanex de Óleo
Yohandris Andújar
Stanly del Carmen
Yancarlos Martínez
38.52 NR  Brazil
Ailson Feitosa
Ricardo Souza
Bruno de Barros
Jorge Vides
38.65  Cuba
César Yuniel Ruiz
Roberto Skyers
Reynier Mena
Yaniel Carrero
38.93
4 x 400 metres relay  Colombia
Jhon Perlaza
Bernardo Baloyes
Carlos Lemos
Diego Palomeque
3:01.88 NR  Dominican Republic
Luis Charles
Yon Soriano
Andito Charles
Máximo Mercedes
3:03.43  Venezuela
Alberth Bravo
Omar Longart
Arturo Ramírez
Freddy Mezones
3:03.61

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +0.6 m/s) Rosângela Santos
 Brazil*
11.24 Ángela Tenorio
 Ecuador
11.29 Narcisa Landazuri
 Ecuador
11.35
200 metres (wind: +0.2 m/s) Nercelis Soto
 Venezuela
22.95 Ángela Tenorio
 Ecuador
23.13 Kauiza Venancio
 Brazil
23.18
400 metres Jailma Lima
 Brazil
51.99 Carol Rodríguez
 Puerto Rico
52.46 Letícia Souza
 Brazil
52.79
800 metres Rosibel García
 Colombia
2:07.06 Lorena Sosa
 Uruguay
2:08.00 Liliane Mariano
 Brazil
2:08.03
1500 metres Muriel Coneo
 Colombia
4:09.35 Carolina Lozano
 Argentina
4:11.71 NR María Pía Fernández
 Uruguay
4:12.61 NR
3000 metres Juliana Paula dos Santos
 Brazil
9:03.11 Muriel Coneo
 Colombia
9:04.79 NR Florencia Borelli
 Argentina
9:10.79
5000 metres Sara Moreira
 Portugal
15:40.33 Florencia Borelli
 Argentina
16:28.66 Jenifer Silva
 Brazil
16:29.59
3000 metres steeplechase Belén Casetta
 Argentina
9:42.93 NR Tatiane da Silva
 Brazil
9:46.86 Zulema Arenas
 Peru
9:56.04
100 metres hurdles (wind: –0.2 m/s) Fabiana Moraes
 Brazil
12.91 Maíla Machado
 Brazil
12.99 Brigitte Merlano
 Colombia
13.06
400 metres hurdles Déborah Rodríguez
 Uruguay
57.22 Gianna Woodruff
 Panama
57.34 Liliane Fernandes
 Brazil
58.42
High Jump Valdileia Martins
 Brazil
1.84 Raquel Álvarez
 Spain
1.84 Julia Cristina Silva
 Brazil
1.75
Chaunté Lowe of the United States, who competed as a guest, won the competition in 1.96.
Pole Vault Fabiana Murer
 Brazil
4.60 Diamara Planell
 Puerto Rico
4.30 Valeria Chiaraviglio
 Argentina
Joana Costa
 Brazil
4.10
Long Jump Eliane Martins
 Brazil
6.52 (+0.2) Keila Costa
 Brazil*
6.43 (+0.3) Jessica dos Reis
 Brazil
6.31 (+0.4)
Triple Jump Keila Costa
 Brazil*
14.01 (–0.2) Núbia Soares
 Brazil
14.00 (+0.1) Yosiri Urrutia
 Colombia
13.89(0.0)
Shot Put Ahymara Espinoza
 Venezuela
18.19 Geisa Arcanjo
 Brazil
17.92 Natalia Duco
 Chile
17.45
Discus Throw Karen Gallardo
 Chile
58.84 Fernanda Martins
 Brazil
58.43 Rocío Comba
 Argentina
56.75
Stephanie Trafton of the United States, who competed as a guest, won the competition in 61.22.
Hammer Throw Jennifer Dahlgren
 Argentina
65.87 Anna Pereira
 Brazil
61.42 Mariana Marcelino
 Brazil
60.91
Javelin Throw Flor Ruiz
 Colombia
62.15 Laila Domingos
 Brazil
60.44 Coralys Ortiz
 Puerto Rico
58.31
Heptathlon Alysbeth Félix
 Puerto Rico
5910 NR Evelis Aguilar
 Colombia
5887 Ana Camila Pirelli
 Paraguay
5748
10,000 metres track walk Érica de Sena
 Brazil
45:01.32 María Pérez
 Spain
45:31.83 Daniela Cardoso
 Portugal
46:03.44
4 x 100 metres relay  Puerto Rico
Beatriz Cruz
Celiangeli Morales
Genoiska Cancel
Carol Rodríguez
43.55  Brazil
Bruna Farias
Vanusa dos Santos
Kauiza Venancio
Gabriela Mourão
43.68  Venezuela
Andrea Purica
Nedian Vargas
Nelsibeth Villalobos
Nercelis Soto
43.94
4 x 400 metres relay  Brazil
Kamilla Miranda
Letícia Souza
Joelma Sousa
Jailma Lima
3:32.30  Spain
Geraxane Ussia
Indira Terrero
Barbara Camblor
Laura Bueno
3:36.16  Chile
Paula Goni
Viviana Olivares
Carmen Mansilla
María Fernanda Mackenna
3:42.47

Medal table[edit]

The host stadium (in 2007)

  *   Host nation (Brazil)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Brazil*18172156
2 Colombia54312
3 Argentina44311
4 Chile3227
5 Dominican Republic3205
6 Uruguay3126
7 Venezuela3036
8 Puerto Rico2226
9 Portugal1113
10 Peru1023
11 Cuba1012
12 Spain07310
13 Ecuador0213
14 Costa Rica0101
 Panama0101
16 Paraguay0011
Totals (16 nations)444445133

Participating nations[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 355 athletes from 28 countries participated, including five guest nations (*). Missing Ibero-American countries were Andorra, Equatorial Guinea, Mozambique, Nicaragua, and São Tomé and Príncipe.

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