Athletics at the 1990 South American Games

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Athletics at the IV South American Games
Host city Lima, Perú Peru
Date(s) December 6-9
Main stadium Estadio Nacional
Level Senior
Events 42 (23 men, 19 women)


Athletics events at the 1990 South American Games were held at the Estadio Atlético de San Luis next to the Estadio Nacional in Lima, Perú, between December 6-9, 1990.[1] A total of 42 events were contested, 23 by men and 19 by women.



Medal summary[edit]

Medal winners were published in a book by written Argentinian journalist Ernesto Rodríguez III with support of the Argentine Olympic Committee (Spanish: Comité Olímpico Argentino) under the auspices of the Ministry of Education (Spanish: Ministerio de Educación de la Nación) in collaboration with the Office of Sports (Spanish: Secretaría de Deporte de la Nación).[2] Eduardo Biscayart supplied the list of winners and their results.[3] More results were assembled from other sources.[4][5]



Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Roberto Marshall
 Chile
10.81 Miguel Bernal
 Peru
10.83 Carlos Gats
 Argentina
10.84
200 metres Carlos Gats
 Argentina
22.28 Jorge Cañizales
 Venezuela
Roberto Marshall
 Chile
400 metres Carlos Morales
 Chile
48.30 Hernán Hevia
 Chile
48.60 José Zambrano
 Venezuela
48.80
800 metres Edwin Lobatón
 Bolivia
1:56.2 Manuel Bravo
 Ecuador
Daniel Loayza
 Peru
1500 metres José Carrasco
 Chile
3:56.10 Miguel Meza
 Chile
3:58.30 Edwin Lobatón
 Bolivia
3:59.70
5000 metres José Carrasco
 Chile
14:10.4 Silvio Guerra
 Ecuador
Luis Nempo
 Chile
10000 metres Silvio Guerra
 Ecuador
29:59.7 Néstor Jami
 Ecuador
José Castillo
 Peru
4 x 100 metres relay  Peru 41.0  Chile 41.3  Bolivia 41.9
4 x 400 metres relay  Chile 3:16.70  Peru Fernando Espinosa
Dick Perlaza
Aurelio Mancheno
Manuel Bravo
 Ecuador
Marathon Waldemar Cotelo
 Uruguay
2:18:47 Edwin Calatayud
 Bolivia
José Jami
 Ecuador
110 metres hurdles Marco Mina
 Peru
14.84 Arturo Rodríguez
 Chile
15.03 Fernando Valiente
 Peru
15.48
400 metres hurdles Marco Mina
 Peru
52.6 Nicolás Majluf
 Chile
Luis Page
 Peru
3000 metres steeplechase Miguel Meza
 Chile
9:01.8 Eddy Punica
 Ecuador
Silviano Simeón
 Peru
20 Kilometres Walk Luis Rodríguez
 Ecuador
1:45:13 Carlos Montalbán
 Ecuador
1:46:26 Sergio Quispe
 Peru
1:46:53
Long Jump Joan Moeckel
 Chile
7.67 Ricardo Valiente
 Peru
Fernando Valiente
 Peru
Triple Jump Ricardo Valiente
 Peru
16.47 Alfredo Audain
 Venezuela
Oscar Valiente
 Peru
High Jump Fernando Moreno
 Argentina
2.15 Hugo Muñoz
 Peru
2.12 Valery Abugattas
 Peru
2.06
Pole Vault Konstantín Zagustín
 Venezuela
5.15 Cristian Aspillaga
 Chile
Oscar Veit
 Argentina
Shot Put Gert Weil
 Chile
18.32 Andrés Charadía
 Argentina
Marcelo Pugliese
 Argentina
Discus Throw Andrés Solo
 Chile
47.20 Andrés Charadía
 Argentina
47.10 Marcelo Pugliese
 Argentina
46.70
Hammer Throw Andrés Charadía
 Argentina
69.94 AR Marcelo Pugliese
 Argentina
58.74 Rubén Torres
 Ecuador
54.78
Javelin Throw Pedro Claure
 Chile
66.14 Edgar Maumann
 Paraguay
Jorge Parraguirre
 Chile
Decathlon Moisés Del Castillo
 Peru
5717 Álvaro Fernández
 Peru


Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Narbelis Barriga
 Venezuela
12.18 Claudia Acerenza
 Uruguay
12.20 Lisette Rondón
 Chile
12.29
200 metres Olga Conte
 Argentina
25.24 Claudia Acerenza
 Uruguay
Lisette Rondón
 Chile
400 metres Olga Conte
 Argentina
55.03 Claudia Acerenza
 Uruguay
55.22 Ismenia Guzmán
 Chile
55.64
800 metres Letitia Vriesde
 Suriname
2:06.2 Adriana Martínez
 Ecuador
Ismenia Guzmán
 Chile
1500 metres Letitia Vriesde
 Suriname
4:23.0 Janeth Caizalitin
 Ecuador
4:32.0 Niusha Mansilla
 Bolivia
4:37.4
3000 metres Yolanda Quimbita
 Ecuador
9:50.7 Ena Guevara
 Peru
Marisol Cossio
 Bolivia
10000 metres Yolanda Quimbita
 Ecuador
35:40.4 Ena Guevara
 Peru
36.04.80 Mónica Tapia
 Ecuador
4 x 100 metres relay  Uruguay 47.19  Bolivia  Peru
4 x 400 metres relay  Uruguay 3:44.70  Chile Liliana Chalá
Mercy Colorado
Adriana Martínez
Mayra Carchi
 Ecuador
Marathon Graciela Caizabanda
 Ecuador
Elsa Pizarro
 Chile
Florinda Tamayo
 Peru
100 metres hurdles Carmen Bezanilla
 Chile
13.96 Débora De Souza
 Peru
15.39 Michelle Openshaw
 Peru
15.39
400 metres hurdles Liliana Chalá
 Ecuador
59.8 Inés Justet
 Uruguay
Carmen Bezanilla
 Chile
10 Kilometres Walk Mirian Ramón
 Ecuador
50:46.10 Bertha Vera
 Ecuador
56:37.30
Long Jump Andrea Ávila
 Argentina
6.12 Deisy Zereceda
 Peru
María Luzio
 Bolivia
High Jump María Chomali
 Chile
1.70 Ximena Guzmán
 Peru
Claudia Brien
 Chile
Shot Put Carmen Chalá
 Ecuador
13.44 Claudia Brien
 Chile
12.80 Rosa Peña
 Peru
12.66
Discus Throw Liliana Martinelli
 Argentina
48.00 AR Claudia Larenas
 Chile
43.96 Carmen Chalá
 Ecuador
43.14
Javelin Throw Claudia Brien
 Chile
35.32 Hanny Basurco
 Peru
Marie Musselmann
 Peru
Heptathlon Katherine Yáñez
 Peru
4234 Marleni Olaechea
 Peru
Carmen Chalá
 Ecuador

Medal table (unofficial)[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Chile 13 10 9 32
2  Ecuador 8 8 7 23
3  Argentina 7 3 4 14
4  Peru 6 12 14 32
5  Uruguay 3 4 0 7
6  Venezuela 2 2 1 5
7  Suriname 2 0 0 2
8  Bolivia 1 2 5 8
9  Paraguay 0 1 0 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ Lima 90, PERU, IV JUEGOS SUDAMERICANOS, Fecha de apertura: 1 de diciembre de 1990, Fecha de clausura: 10 de diciembre de 1990 (in Spanish), ODESUR, retrieved June 11, 2012 
  2. ^ Rodríguez III, Ernesto (2010), LIBROS DEL CICLO OLÍMPICO ARGENTINO - Libro I de los Juegos Odesur 1978-2010 (in Spanish) (1a. ed.), Buenos Aires: Alarco Ediciones, p. 192, ISBN 978-987-1367-18-4, retrieved June 3, 2012 
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN (ODESUR) GAMES, Athletics Weekly, retrieved June 3, 2012 
  4. ^ ORO EN MARCHA (in Spanish), Explored, Quito, Ecuador, 9 December 1990, archived from the original on 6 January 2013, retrieved 12 June 2012 
  5. ^ ORO PARA YOLANDA QUIMBITA (in Spanish), Explored, Quito, Ecuador, 9 December 1990, archived from the original on 6 January 2013, retrieved 12 June 2012