South American Half Marathon Championships

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South American Half Marathon Championships
Sport Half marathon
Founded 1995
Continent South America (CONSUDATLE)

The South American Half Marathon Championships (Spanish: Campeonatos Sudamericanos de Media Maratón) is an annual Road running competition organized by CONSUDATLE for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. The event was established in 1995.[1][2]

Editions[edit]

Year City Country Date
I 1995 Neiva, Huila  Colombia June 3
II 1996 Manaos, Amazonas  Brazil August 31
III 1997 Georgetown  Guyana September 7
IV 1998 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil August 23
V 2002 Buenos Aires  Argentina September 8
VI 2004 Maracaibo, Zulia  Venezuela September 4
VII 2008 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil October 12
VIII 2009 Asunción  Paraguay August 2
IX 2010 Lima  Peru August 29
X 2011 Buenos Aires  Argentina September 11
XI 2012 Asunción  Paraguay August 26
XII 2014 Asunción  Paraguay May 11
XIII 2015 Montevideo  Uruguay April 26

Results[edit]

The winners were published.[3] The 2008 results were extracted from the 2008 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships. Further results were compiled from various sources.[2][4][5][6][7][8]

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995  Hérder Vásquez (COL) 1:05:07
1996  André Luiz Ramos (BRA) 1:04:23
1997  Milton Mattos (BRA) 1:09:30
1998  Ronaldo da Costa (BRA) 1:02:17  Antonio Silio (ARG) 1:02:31  Eduardo do Nascimento (BRA) 1:02:41
2002  Herman Óscar Cortínez (ARG) 1:05:40  Miguel Meléndez (CHI) 1:05:54  Polibio Méndez (ECU) 1:06:04
2004  Lervis Arias (VEN) 1:06:30  José Alejandro Semprún (VEN) 1:07:10  Robert Lugo (VEN) 1:07:34
2008  Marílson Gomes dos Santos (BRA) 1:03:18  Pedro Mora (VEN) 1:04:45  Giomar da Silva (BRA) 1:05:07
2009  Clodoaldo Gomes da Silva (BRA) 1:04:09  Constantino León (PER) 1:04:46  Edmundo Torres (PER) 1:05:24
2010  Jhon Cusi (PER) 1:03:12  Jaime Caldúa (PER) 1:03:23  Constantino León (PER) 1:03:53
2011  Marílson Gomes dos Santos (BRA) 1:01:13  Luis Ariel Molina (ARG) 1:05:52  Juan Carlos Hernández (COL) 1:06:15
2012  Flavio Henrique Guimarães (BRA) 1:08:23  Pablo Mena (CHI) 1:09:29  Derlis Ayala (PAR) 1:10:00
2014  Bayron Piedra (ECU) 1:09:24  Manuel Cañar (ECU) 1:10:02  Gustavo Narváez (ECU) 1:10:09.
2015  Gilmar Silvestre Lopes (BRA) 1:05:43  Miguel Mallma (PER) 1:07:05  David Rodríguez (ARG) 1:07:11


Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995  Iglandini González (COL) 1:17:28
1996  Flor Venegas (CHI) 1:24:01
1997  Selma Cândida dos Reis (BRA) 1:22:59
1998  Martha Tenorio (ECU) 1:11:40  Márcia Narloch (BRA) 1:14:37  Viviany de Oliveira (BRA) 1:15:14
2002  Érika Alejandra Olivera (CHI) 1:14:51  Sandra Torres (ARG) 1:17:37  Estela Martínez (ARG) 1:20:46
2004  Rosa America Rodríguez (VEN) 1:18:46  Norelis Lugo (VEN) 1:21:07  Mónica Sarmiento (VEN) 1:24:36
2008  Maria Zeferina Baldaia (BRA) 1:13:42  Rosa Godoy (ARG) 1:15:31  Marizete dos Santos (BRA) 1:17:04
2009  Jemena Misayauri (PER) 1:14:38  Julia Rivera (PER) 1:15:37  Marizete dos Santos (BRA) 1:15:59
2010  Jemena Misayauri (PER) 1:13:32  Gladys Tejeda (PER) 1:13:53  Michele das Chagas (BRA) 1:14:36
2011  Adriana Aparecida da Silva (BRA) 1:13:16  Rosalba Chacha (ECU) 1:13:45  Sandra Amarillo (ARG) 1:13:50
2012  Adriana Aparecida da Silva (BRA) 1:17:50  Fátima Romero (PAR) 1:25:24  Carmen Warkentin (PAR) 1:25:38
2014  Carmen Martínez (PAR) 1:16:35  Rosa Chacha (ECU) 1:19:47  Lorena Velázquez (ECU) 1:20:03
2015  Rocío Marisol Cántara (PER) 1:16:26  Adriana Aparecida da Silva (BRA) 1:16:36  Nicolasa Condori (PER) 1:16:58

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