2018 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics

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XVIII Ibero-American Championships in Athletics
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Host cityTrujillo, Peru Peru
Date(s)August 24–26
Main stadiumEstadio Chan Chan
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LevelSenior
Participation262 athletes from
17 nations
Events44 (22 men, 22 women)
2020

The 18th Ibero-American Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Chan Chan in Trujillo, Peru, between August 24–26, 2018. A total of 44 events were contested, 22 by men and 22 by women.

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see 2018 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: +0.7 m/s)
Paulo André de Oliveira
 Brazil
10.27 Jorge Vides
 Brazil
10.27 Reynier Mena
 Cuba
10.47
200 metres
(wind: +0.1 m/s)
Jorge Vides
 Brazil
20.34 Aldemir da Silva Júnior
 Brazil
20.42 Nery Brenes
 Costa Rica
20.88
400 metres Lucas Carvalho
 Brazil
45.92 Nery Brenes
 Costa Rica
46.27 Ricardo dos Santos
 Portugal
46.45
800 metres Thiago André
 Brazil
1:46.73 Andrés Arroyo
 Puerto Rico
1:47.62 Alejandro Peirano
 Chile
1:48.62
1500 metres Llorenç Sales
 Spain
3:48.27 Thiago André
 Brazil
3:48.48 Alfredo Santana
 Puerto Rico
3:49.50
3000 metres Altobeli da Silva
 Brazil
7:57.52 Alfredo Santana
 Puerto Rico
8:01.20 José Luis Rojas
 Peru
8:04.00
5000 metres José Luis Rojas
 Peru
13:42.38 Juan Antonio Pérez
 Spain
13:48.02 Luis Ostos
 Peru
13:48.57
110 metres hurdles (wind: –0.2 m/s) Gabriel Constantino
 Brazil
13.61 Javier McFarlane
 Peru
14.04 Agustín Carrera
 Argentina
14.16
400 metres hurdles Márcio Teles
 Brazil
49.64 Gerald Drummond
 Costa Rica
49.80 Leandro Zamora
 Cuba
49.85
3000 metres steeplechase Altobeli da Silva
 Brazil
8:35.57 Daniel Arce
 Spain
8:36.33 Yuri Labra
 Peru
8:41.29
4 x 100 metres relay  Brazil
Gabriel Constantino
Jorge Vides
Aldemir da Silva Júnior
Paulo André de Oliveira
38.78  Paraguay
Fredy Maidana
Christopher Ortiz
Giovanni Díaz
Nilo Duré
39.99  Peru
Fabricio Mautino
Andy Martínez
Luis Iriarte
Fabricio Vizcarra
40.69
4 x 400 metres relay  Chile
Enzo Faulbaum
Alejandro Peirano
Rafael Muñoz
Alfredo Sepúlveda
3:10.77  Ecuador
Carlos Perlaza
Ian Corozo
Emerson Alejandro Chala
David Cetre
3:11.73  Peru
Luis Iriarte
Pierre Lizarazburu
Marco Antonio Vilca
Paulo César Herrera
3:15.59
20,000 metres track walk Mauricio Arteaga
 Ecuador
1:22:18.16 WL César Augusto Rodríguez
 Peru
1:23:22.96 Juan Manuel Cano
 Argentina
1:24:07.00
High jump Carlos Layoy
 Argentina
2.21 m Talles Silva
 Brazil
2.21 m Fernando Ferreira
 Brazil
2.10 m
Pole vault Augusto Dutra de Oliveira
 Brazil
5.40 m Germán Chiaraviglio
 Argentina
5.20 m Didac Salas
 Spain
5.10 m
Long jump José Luis Mandros
 Peru
7.87 m
+0.0 m/s
Daniel Pineda
 Chile
7.81 m
+1.1 m/s
Emiliano Lasa
 Uruguay
7.79 m
+0.2 m/s
Triple jump Cristian Nápoles
 Cuba
16.81 m
+0.9 m/s
Pablo Torrijos
 Spain
16.74
+1.9 m/s
Alexsandro de Melo
 Brazil
15.94 m
+0.0 m/s
Shot put Darlan Romani
 Brazil
20.74 m IR Tsanko Arnaudov
 Portugal
19.34 m Eduardo Espín
 Ecuador
16.13 m
Discus throw Mauricio Ortega
 Colombia
60.49 m Juan José Caicedo
 Ecuador
58.68 m Douglas dos Reis
 Brazil
56.91 m
Hammer throw Javier Cienfuegos
 Spain
74.71 m Joaquín Gómez
 Argentina
74.64 m Roberto Sawyers
 Costa Rica
73.16 m
Javelin throw Arley Ibargüen
 Colombia
75.50 m Francisco Muse
 Chile
73.10 m Giovanni Díaz
 Paraguay
71.11 m
Decathlon Felipe dos Santos
 Brazil
7,663 Sergio Pandiani
 Argentina
7,293 Miguel Monsalve
 Peru
5,785

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: +1.1 m/s)
Vitória Cristina Rosa
 Brazil
11.33 Ángela Tenorio
 Ecuador
11.36 Rosângela Santos
 Brazil
11.44
200 metres
(wind: +0.3 m/s)
Vitória Cristina Rosa
 Brazil
22.90 Rosângela Santos
 Brazil
23.92 Gabriela Suárez
 Ecuador
24.07
400 metres Cátia Azevedo
 Portugal
52.26 Geisa Coutinho
 Brazil
52.57 Laura Bueno
 Spain
52.8
800 metres Esther Guerrero
 Spain
2:04.55 Déborah Rodríguez
 Uruguay
2:06.19 Natalia Romero
 Spain
2:06.54
1500 metres Solange Pereira
 Spain
4:18.31 María Pía Fernández
 Uruguay
4:18.65 Mariana Borelli
 Argentina
4:20.74
3000 metres María Pía Fernández
 Uruguay
9:16.16 Tatiane da Silva
 Brazil
9:18.39 Florencia Borelli
 Argentina
9:19.09
5000 metres Luz Mery Rojas
 Peru
16:08.77 Saida Meneses
 Peru
16:09.75 Nuria Lugeros
 Spain
16:22.71
100 metres hurdles (wind: –0.2 m/s) Andrea Vargas
 Costa Rica
13.04 Maribel Caicedo
 Ecuador
13.63 Rayane Santos
 Brazil
13.68
400 metres hurdles Fiorella Chiappe
 Argentina
56.25 Daniela Rojas
 Costa Rica
57.53 Valeria Cabezas
 Colombia
57.74
3000 metres steeplechase Tatiane da Silva
 Brazil
9:48.40 María José Pérez
 Spain
9:55.63 Belén Casetta
 Argentina
10:07.20
4 x 100 metres relay  Peru
Gabriela Delgado
Triana Alonso
Diana Bazalar
Paola Mautino
46.76  Ecuador
Maribel Caicedo
Ángela Tenorio
Gabriela Suárez
Marina Poroso
46.94  Bolivia
Alinny Delgadillo
Guadalupe Torrez
Danitza Avila
Valeria Quispe
47.39
4 x 400 metres relay  Portugal
Rivinilda Mentai
Joceline Monteiro
Cátia Azevedo
Dorothé Évora
3:36.49  Argentina
María Ayelén Diogo
Valeria Barón
Noelia Martínez
Fiorella Chiappe
3:36.99  Spain
Natalia Romero
Solange Pereira
Esther Guerrero
Laura Bueno
3:38.32
10,000 metres track walk Sandra Arenas
 Colombia
42:02.99
IR AR WL
Kimberly García
 Peru
42:56.97 NR Glenda Morejón
 Ecuador
44:12.75 NR
High jump María Fernanda Murillo
 Colombia
1.84 m Lorena Aires
 Uruguay
1.81 m Candy Toche
 Peru
1.70 m
Pole vault Juliana Campos
 Brazil
4.40 m Maialen Axpe
 Spain
4.20 m Katherin Castillo
 Colombia
4.20 m
Long jump Juliet Itoya
 Spain
6.73 m
+4.5 m/s
Eliane Martins
 Brazil
6.66 m
+4.9 m/s
Fátima Diame
 Spain
6.51 m
+3.8 m/s
Triple jump Yosiris Urrutia
 Colombia
14.14 m
+2.4 m/s
Susana Cortez
 Portugal
13.76 m
+0.8 m/s
Silvana Segura
 Peru
13.46 m
+0.2 m/s
Shot put Geisa Arcanjo
 Brazil
18.10 m Keely Medeiros
 Brazil
16.64 m Ivanna Gallardo
 Chile
15.05 m
Discus throw Andressa de Morais
 Brazil
62.02 m Fernanda Martins
 Brazil
60.14 m Irina Rodrigues
 Portugal
58.86 m
Hammer throw Jennifer Dahlgren
 Argentina
68.89 m Rosa Rodríguez
 Venezuela
67.93 m Berta Castells
 Spain
66.68 m
Javelin throw María Lucelly Murillo
 Colombia
59.51 m Arantza Moreno
 Spain
59.37 m Laila Domingos
 Brazil
58.24 m
Heptathlon Ana Camila Pirelli
 Paraguay
5,879 Luisarys Toledo
 Venezuela
5,791 Only two finishers

Medal table[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Brazil (BRA)1810634
2 Colombia (COL)6028
3 Spain (ESP)56718
4 Peru (PER)*44816
5 Argentina (ARG)34512
6 Portugal (POR)2226
7 Ecuador (ECU)1539
8 Costa Rica (CRC)1326
9 Uruguay (URU)1315
10 Chile (CHI)1225
11 Paraguay (PAR)1113
12 Cuba (CUB)1023
13 Puerto Rico (PUR)0213
14 Venezuela (VEN)0202
15 Bolivia (BOL)0011
Totals (15 nations)444443131

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 262 athletes from 17 countries participated.

References[edit]