2017 South American Championships in Athletics

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50th South American Championships
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Official logo
Host cityLuque, Asunción, Paraguay
Date(s)23–25 June
Main stadiumPista Comité Olímpico Paraguayo
LevelSenior
Participation357 athletes from
13 nations
Events44 (22 men, 22 women)
Records set8

2017 South American Championships in Athletics was the 50th edition of the biennial athletics competition between South American nations. The event was held in Luque, near Asunción, Paraguay, from 23 to 25 June at the Pista Comité Olímpico Paraguayo. It was the first time this competition was held in that country.

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see 2017 South American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +1.9 m/s)  Diego Palomeque (COL) 10.11 NR  Bruno de Barros (BRA) 10.22 SB  Felipe Bardi (BRA) 10.29
200 metres (wind: +2.2 m/s)  Bernardo Baloyes (COL) 20.36  Álvaro Cassiani (VEN) 20.90  Virjilio Griggs (PAN) 21.11
400 metres  Winston George (GUY) 45.42 SB  Jhon Perlaza (COL) 45.77  Yilmar Herrera (COL) 46.02
800 metres  Leandro Paris (ARG) 1:49.82  Lutimar Paes (BRA) 1:50.27  Jonathan Bolados (CHI) 1:50.30
1500 metres  Federico Bruno (ARG) 3:45.28  Carlos Díaz (CHI) 3:45.69  Carlos Sanmartín (COL) 3:49.99
5000 metres  Víctor Aravena (CHI) 13:57.45  Ederson Pereira (BRA) 13:59.20  Iván Darío González (COL) 14:15.76
10,000 metres  Bayron Piedra (ECU) 29:03.73 SB  Luis Ostos (PER) 29:06.74  Miguel Amador (COL) 29:35.17
110 metres hurdles (wind: +3.8 m/s)  Eduardo de Deus (BRA) 13.42  Éder Souza (BRA) 13.49  Javier McFarlane (PER) 13.76
400 metres hurdles  Guillermo Ruggeri (ARG) 49.72 NR  Alberth Bravo (VEN) 50.36  Alfredo Sepúlveda (CHI) 50.37
3000 m steeplechase  José Peña (VEN) 8:45.93  Gerald Giraldo (COL) 8:51.59  Mario Bazán (PER) 8:51.97
4 × 100 metres relay  Brazil
Flávio Barbosa
Aldemir da Silva Júnior
Bruno de Barros
Felipe Bardi
39.47  Colombia
Deivy Díaz
Diego Palomeque
Bernardo Baloyes
Jhonny Rentería
39.67  Venezuela
Yeiker Mendoza
Arturo Ramírez
Álvaro Cassiani
Jesús Rafael Vázquez
39.74
4 × 400 metres relay  Colombia
Jhon Solís
Diego Palomeque
Yilmar Herrera
Jhon Perlaza
3:05.02  Brazil
Bruno de Barros
Alexander Russo
Hugo de Sousa
Lucas Carvalho
3:07.32  Venezuela
Alberth Bravo
Alberto Aguilar
Kelvis Padrino
Omar Longart
3:07.74
20,000 m track walk  Mauricio Arteaga (ECU) 1:24:40.00  Jhon Castañeda (COL) 1:25:04.50  César Rodríguez (PER) 1:25:58.30
High jump  Eure Yáñez (VEN) 2.31 CR, NR  Talles Frederico Silva (BRA) 2.28  Fernando Ferreira (BRA) 2.19
Pole vault  Germán Chiaraviglio (ARG) 5.60  Walter Viáfara (COL) 5.10  Rubén Benítez (ARG) 5.00
Long jump  Paulo Sérgio Oliveira (BRA) 7.93 (+2.3 m/s)  Emiliano Lasa (URU) 7.89 (+1.7 m/s)  Daniel Pineda (CHI) 7.87 (+3.3 m/s)
Triple jump  Miguel van Assen (SUR) 16.94 (+2.0 m/s) NR  Mateus de Sá (BRA) 16.70 (+3.9 m/s)  Eduardo Landeta (ECU) 16.30 (+4.3 m/s)
Shot put  Darlan Romani (BRA) 21.02 CR  Willian Dourado (BRA) 19.95  Germán Lauro (ARG) 19.91
Discus throw  Mauricio Ortega (COL) 63.82 CR SB  Germán Lauro (ARG) 61.70 SB  Douglas dos Reis (BRA) 58.83
Hammer throw  Wagner Domingos (BRA) 73.79  Humberto Mansilla (CHI) 73.16  Allan Wolski (BRA) 71.38
Javelin throw  Braian Toledo (ARG) 79.93  Arley Ibargüen (COL) 75.97  Víctor Fatecha (PAR) 74.57
Decathlon  Jefferson Santos (BRA) 8,187 w PB  Georni Jaramillo (VEN) 8,126 w PB  José Gregorio Lemos (COL) 7,572 PB
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: +3.4 m/s)  Ángela Tenorio (ECU) 11.02  Ana Cláudia Lemos (BRA) 11.12  Andrea Purica (VEN) 11.18
200 metres (wind: +2.8 m/s)  Vitória Cristina Rosa (BRA) 22.67  Ángela Tenorio (ECU) 22.90  Nediam Vargas (VEN) 22.95
400 metres  Geisa Coutinho (BRA) 52.03  Jennifer Padilla (COL) 52.68 SB  Maitte Torres (PER) 53.99
800 metres  Johana Arrieta (COL) 2:06.36  Andrea Calderón (ECU) 2:07.25  Déborah Rodríguez (URU) 2:07.41
1500 metres  Muriel Coneo (COL) 4:16.46  Rosibel García (COL) 4:21.81 SB  Zulema Arenas (PER) 4:23.37 SB
5000 metres  Muriel Coneo (COL) 16:16.64  Belén Casetta (ARG) 16:26.32  Ángela Figueroa (COL) 16:30.59
10,000 metres  Carmen Martínez (PAR) 34:08.28 SB  Clara Canchanya (PER) 35:01.47 PB  Jovana de la Cruz (PER) 35:06.24
100 metres hurdles (wind: +2.9 m/s)  Fabiana Moraes (BRA) 12.86  Génesis Romero (VEN) 13.16  Melissa González (COL) 13.42
400 metres hurdles  Gianna Woodruff (PAN) 56.04 CR  Melissa González (COL) 56.29  Fiorella Chiappe (ARG) 57.02 PB
3000 m steeplechase  Belén Casetta (ARG) 9:51.40 CR  Zulema Arenas (PER) 10:09.20  Tatiane Raquel da Silva (BRA) 10:34.23
4 × 100 metres relay  Brazil
Franciela Krasucki
Ana Cláudia Lemos
Vitória Cristina Rosa
Rosângela Santos
43.12 CR  Colombia
Maderleis Alcazar
Jennifer Padilla
Darlenys Obregón
Eliecith Palacios
44.50  Ecuador
Juliana Angulo
Narcisa Landazuri
Romina Cifuentes
Ángela Tenorio
44.53
4 × 400 metres relay  Brazil
Jailma de Lima
Jéssica da Silva
Jéssica dos Santos
Geisa Coutinho
3:33.00  Colombia
Eliana Chávez
Rosangélica Escobar
Astrid Balanta
Jennifer Padilla
3:33.92  Chile
Martina Weil
Carmen Mansilla
María Fernanda Mackenna
María José Echeverría
3:40.00
20,000 m track walk  Paola Pérez (ECU) 1:32:26.0h WL, NR  Ángela Castro (BOL) 1:32:35.2h NR  Johana Ordóñez (ECU) 1:38:13.3h SB
High jump  Maria Fernanda Murillo (COL) 1.82  Lorena Aires (URU) 1.82 NR  Julia dos Santos (BRA) 1.79
Pole vault  Robeilys Peinado (VEN) 4.50  Joana Costa (BRA) 4.20  Valeria Chiaraviglio (ARG) 4.15 SB
Long jump  Eliane Martins (BRA) 6.51 (+3.9 m/s)  Macarena Reyes (CHI) 6.51 (+7.3 m/s)  Jhoanmy Luque (VEN) 6.47 (+4.9 m/s)
Triple jump  Núbia Soares (BRA) 14.42 (+4.2 m/s)  Yulimar Rojas (VEN) 14.36 (+1.4 m/s)  Yosiri Urrutia (COL) 13.64 (+2.7 m/s)
Shot put  Geisa Arcanjo (BRA) 18.06  Sandra Lemos (COL) 17.30  Livia Avancini (BRA) 16.75
Discus throw  Andressa de Morais (BRA) 64.68 CR, AR  Fernanda Martins (BRA) 60.80  Karen Gallardo (CHI) 59.73
Hammer throw  Mariana Marcelino (BRA) 66.83  Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 66.17  Johana Moreno (COL) 63.09
Javelin throw  Flor Ruiz (COL) 61.91 CR  Laila Domingos (BRA) 58.50  Laura Paredes (PAR) 54.86 PB
Heptathlon  Tamara de Sousa (BRA) 5,667  Javiera Brahm (CHI) 5,168  Martina Corra (ARG) 5,026
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Medal table[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Brazil1712736
2 Colombia912930
3 Argentina63514
4 Ecuador4239
5 Venezuela35513
6 Chile14510
7 Paraguay*1023
8 Panama1012
9 Guyana1001
 Suriname1001
11 Peru0369
12 Uruguay0213
13 Bolivia0101
Totals (13 nations)444444132

Points table[edit]

Rank Nation Total Men Women
1  Brazil 352 164 188
2  Colombia 259 134 125
3  Argentina 160 97 63
4  Venezuela 125 74 51
5  Chile 100 56 44
6  Ecuador 100 39 61
7  Peru 62 27 35
8  Uruguay 34 15 19
9  Paraguay 28 9 19
10  Panama 18 5 13
11  Bolivia 18 7 11
12  Guyana 15 10 5
13  Suriname 12 11 1

Participation[edit]

All 13 member federations of CONSUDATLE participated at the championships.

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