List of South American Championships in Athletics records

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The South American Championships in Athletics is an athletics event which began in 1919. Records set by athletes who are representing one of the CONSUDATLE's member states.

Men's records[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.06 A (+0.9 m/s) André Domingos da Silva  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][2]
200 m 20.42 (-0.7 m/s) Bernardo Baloyes  Colombia 26 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [3]
400 m 45.11 Sanderlei Claro Parrela  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
800 m 1:46.16 José Luíz Barbosa  Brazil May 1995 1995 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
1500 m 3:36.47 Hudson Santos de Souza  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
5000 m 13:50.08 Altobeli da Silva  Brazil 26 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [4]
10000 m 28:30.80 Byron Piedra  Ecuador 14 June 2015 2015 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [5]
110 m hurdles 13.45 (1.5 m/s) Redelén dos Santos  Brazil 21 June 2003 2003 Championships Venezuela Barquisimeto, Venezuela [6]
400 m hurdles 48.63 Eronilde Nunes de Araújo  Brazil May 1995 1995 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
3000 m steeplechase 8:29.53 Gerard Giraldo  Colombia 14 June 2015 2015 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [5]
High jump 2.31 m NR Eure Yáñez  Venezuela 23 June 2017 2017 Championships Paraguay Luque, Paraguay [7]
Pole vault 5.83 m Thiago Braz da Silva  Brazil 5 July 2013 2013 Championships Colombia Cartagena, Colombia [8]
Long jump 8.24 m (+1.8 m/s) Mauro Vinícius da Silva  Brazil 5 July 2013 2013 Championships Colombia Cartagena, Colombia [8]
Triple jump 17.21 m Anísio Souza Silva  Brazil July 1993 1993 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [1][2]
Shot put 21.02 m Darlan Romani  Brazil 24 June 2017 2017 Championships Paraguay Luque, Paraguay [9]
Discus throw 63.82 m Mauricio Ortega  Colombia 23 June 2017 2017 Championships Paraguay Luque, Paraguay [10]
Hammer throw 75.27 m Gabriel Kehr  Chile 26 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [11]
Javelin throw 81.22 m Júlio César de Oliveira  Brazil 12 June 2015 2015 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [12]
Decathlon 7944 pts Luiz Alberto de Araújo  Brazil 2–3 June 2011 2011 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [13]
10.84 (+0.1 m/s) (100 m), 7.15 (+0.2 m/s) (long jump), 14.14 m (shot put), 1.97 m (high jump), 49.08 (400 m) /
14.52 (-1.8 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 45.97 m (discus), 4.60 m (pole vault), 52.85 m (javelin), 4:35.31 (1500 m)
20000 m walk (track) 1:20:23.8 (ht) AR Andrés Chocho  Ecuador 5 June 2011 2011 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [14]
4×100 m relay 38.46 A Raphael de Oliveira
Claudinei da Silva
Édson Ribeiro
André Domingos da Silva
 Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][2]
4×400 m relay 3:02.09 A Eronilde Nunes de Araújo
Anderson Dos Santos
Inácio Leão
Cleverson da Silva
 Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][2]
Key:
WR World record AR South American record NR National record A affected by altitude

Women's records[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.17 A (0.3 m/s) Lucimar Aparecida de Moura  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][15]
200 m 22.60 A (1.6 m/s) Lucimar Aparecida de Moura  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][15]
400 m 51.56 Maria Magnólia Figueirêdo  Brazil 1991 1991 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][15]
800 m 2:00.04 Luciana de Paula Mendes  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][15]
1500 m 4:10.14 Muriel Coneo  Colombia 12 June 2015 2015 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [5]
5000 m 15:39.67 Fabiana Cristine da Silva  Brazil 2 June 2011 2011 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [16]
10,000 m 31:59.11 Simone da Silva  Brazil 5 June 2011 2011 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [14]
100 m hurdles 12.71 AR Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [1][15]
400 m hurdles 55.73 Melissa González  Colombia 25 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [17]
3000 m steeplechase 9:45.52 Tatiane Raquel da Silva  Brazil 25 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [18]
High jump 1.93 m Caterine Ibargüen  Colombia 22 July 2005 2005 Championships Colombia Cali, Colombia [19]
Pole vault 4.70 m Fabiana Murer  Brazil 2 June 2011 2011 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [16]
Long jump 7.26 m A (1.8 m/s) Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][15]
Triple jump 14.57 m Keila Costa  Brazil June 2007 2007 Championships Brazil São Paulo, Brazil
Shot put 19.02 m A Elisângela Maria Adriano  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [1][15]
Discus throw 64.68 m Andressa de Morais  Brazil 23 June 2017 2017 Championships Paraguay Luque, Paraguay [20]
Hammer throw 72.70 m Jennifer Dahlgren  Argentina 2 June 2011 2011 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina [16]
Javelin throw 61.91 m Flor Ruiz  Colombia 23 June 2017 2017 Championships Paraguay Luque, Paraguay [21]
Heptathlon 5989 pts NR Luisarys Toledo  Venezuela 25–26 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [22]
100m H (wind) High jump Shot put 200m (wind) Long jump (wind) Javelin 800m
14.12 (0.0 m/s) 1.69 m 12.84 m 24.56 (+0.9 m/s) 6.22 m (+1.0 m/s) 43.79 m 2:15.67
20000 m walk (track) 1:30:52.0 AR Karla Jaramillo  Ecuador 25 May 2019 2019 Championships Peru Lima, Peru [23]
4×100 m relay 43.12 Franciela Krasucki
Ana Cláudia Lemos
Vitória Cristina Rosa
Rosângela Santos
 Brazil 24 June 2017 2017 Championships Paraguay Luque, Paraguay [24]
4×400 m relay 3:28.64 Maria Laura Almirão
Josiane Tito
Lucimar Teodoro
Geisa Coutinho
 Brazil 22 June 2003 2003 Championships Venezuela Barquisimeto, Venezuela [25]
Key:
WR World record AR South American record NR National record A affected by altitude

Records in defunct events[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Place Ref
3000 m 8:32.4 Raúl Inostroza  Chile 1943 1943 Championships Chile Santiago, Chile
Half marathon 1:08.54 Osvaldo Suárez  Argentina 1956 1956 Championships Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina
Marathon 2:12.09 Héctor Rodríguez  Colombia 1975 1975 Championships Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
200 m hurdles 26.2 Harold Rosenqvist  Chile 1920 1920 Championships Chile Santiago, Chile
Standing high jump 1.44 m Juan Moliné  Argentina 1920 1920 Championships Chile Santiago, Chile
Standing long jump 3.07 m Hugo Krumm  Chile 1919 1919 Championships Uruguay Montevideo, Uruguay
20 km walk (road) 1:24:12 Héctor Moreno  Colombia 1983 1983 Championships Argentina Santa Fe, Argentina

Women's events[edit]

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Place Ref
3000 m 9:17.50 Carmem de Oliveira  Brazil 1991 1991 Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil
80 metres hurdles 11.0 A Carlota Ulloa  Chile 1969 1969 Championships Ecuador Quito, Ecuador
Pentathlon 4422 pts Aída dos Santos  Brazil 1969 1969 Championships Ecuador Quito, Ecuador
10000 m walk (track) 46:01.06 Miriam Ramón  Ecuador 1997 1997 Championships Argentina Mar del Plata, Argentina

ht = hand timing
A = affected by altitude

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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