South American Youth Championships in Athletics

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The South American Youth Championships in Athletics (Campeonato Sudamericano de Atletismo de Menores) is a biennial athletics event organized by "Confederación Sudamericana de Atletismo" (CONSUDATLE), the South American area association of the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF). Starting in 1973, the competition was open for athletes under-17 in the early years. Since 2000 the international age group definition (under 18) has applied.[1][2] The tournament is open for athletes from CONSUDATLE member federations. Athletes from IAAF members of other geographical areas may be invited. However, they are not considered in the classification.[3]

Events[edit]

Each member federation is allowed to enter 2 athletes and 1 relay team per event. Due to the latest edition of article 27 of the regulations of CONSUDATLE[3] the following events are held during the championships:

Boys[edit]

Girls[edit]

Starting in 2012, there were new implements for the throws (and consequently in heptathlon):[4]

Awards[edit]

Medals are awarded for individuals and relay team members for the first three places in each event.

Trophies are awarded to teams in each category (male and female) with the highest total number of cumulative points in the entire competition. In addition, a trophy will be given to the country for the overall title.

A trophy is also presented to both a male and a female athlete for the most outstanding performance.[3]

Summary of championships[edit]

Year City Country Date Venue
1 1973 Comodoro Rivadavia  Argentina 2–4 November
2 1975 Quito  Ecuador 8–11 November Estadio Atahualpa
3 1976 Santiago  Chile 4–7 November
4 1977 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 22–24 July
5 1978 Montevideo  Uruguay 11–13 November
6 1979 Cochabamba  Bolivia 3–5 August
7 1984 Tarija  Bolivia 13–16 September
8 1986 Comodoro Rivadavia  Argentina 17–19 October
9 1988 Cuenca  Ecuador 2–4 November
10 1990 Lima  Peru 22–24 November
11 1992 Santiago  Chile 2–4 October
12 1994 Cochabamba  Bolivia 30 September – 2 October
13 1996 Asunción  Paraguay 18–20 October
14 1998 Manaus  Brazil 23–25 October
15 2000 Bogotá  Colombia 4–5 November El Salitre
16 2002 Asunción  Paraguay 19–20 October Consejo Nacional de Deportes
17 2004 Guayaquil  Ecuador 25–26 September Estadio Modelo
18 2006 Caracas  Venezuela 14–15 October Estadio Nacional “Brígido Iriarte”
19 2008 Lima  Peru 29–30 November Villa Deportiva Nacional (VIDENA)
20 2010 Santiago  Chile 9–10 October Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos
21 2012 Mendoza  Argentina 27–28 October Parque San Martín
22 2014 Cali  Colombia 29–30 November Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero
23 2016 Concordia  Argentina 12–13 November Centro de Desarrollo Deportivo

Records[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.36 (wind: +1.2 m/s) Vinícius Rocha Morães  Brazil 12 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [5]
200 m 21.16 (wind: +1.9 m/s) Vinícius Rocha Morães  Brazil 13 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [6]
400 m 47.46 Diego Venâncio  Brazil 19 October 2002 2002 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [7][8]
800 m 1:50.6 Joseílton Cunha  Brazil 10 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [8][9]
1500 m 3:56.9 Luís Felipe Leite Barboza  Brazil 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
3000 m 8:33.4 Joilson Bernardo da Silva  Brazil 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
110 m hurdles 13.55 (wind: +0.4 m/s) Marcos Morley  Ecuador November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [10]
400 m hurdles 51.67 Hederson Alves Estefani  Brazil 30 November 2008 2008 South American Youth Championships Peru Lima, Peru [7][8]
2000 m steeplechase 5:52.2 José Gregorio Peña  Venezuela 26 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
High jump 2.10 m Yohan Chaverra Córdoba  Colombia 27 October 2012 2012 South American Youth Championships Argentina Mendoza, Argentina [11]
Pole vault 5.20 m Germán Pablo Chiaraviglio  Argentina 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
Long jump 7.82 m (wind: +1.2 m/s) Jhamal Fernando Bowen  Panama 29 November 2008 2008 South American Youth Championships Peru Lima, Peru [7][8]
Triple jump 15.83 m Márcio Rogério da Cruz  Brazil 24 November 1990 1990 South American Youth Championships Peru Lima, Peru [7][8]
Shot put 20.53 m AR-y José Joaquín Ballivián  Chile 10 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [8][9]
Discus throw 60.92 m Saymon Hoffman  Brazil 12 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [12]
Hammer throw 81.15 m AR-y Joaquín Gómez  Argentina 27 October 2012 2012 South American Youth Championships Argentina Mendoza, Argentina [11]
Javelin throw 85.32 m Braian Toledo  Argentina 10 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [8][9]
Octathlon 6141 pts Jefferson de Carvalho Santos  Brazil 27–28 October 2012 2012 South American Youth Championships Argentina Mendoza, Argentina [13]
11.44 (-2.6 m/s) (100 m), 7.22 m (+1.6 m/s) (long jump), 15.44 m (shot put), 51.64 (400 m) /
14.27 (-2.6 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 2.06 m (high jump), 42.67 m (javelin), 2:59.18 (1000 m)
Decathlon 6525 pts Damian Moretta  Argentina 12–13 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [14]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
11.12 (+1.5) 6.46m (+3.6) 13.18m 1.80m 50.77 14.60 (+0.1) 34.38m 3.60m 32.11m 4:47.90
10000 m walk 40:27.95 Eider Arévalo  Colombia 10 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [8][9]
Medley relay 1:51.65 Diego Venâncio (100m)
Jorge Célio da Rocha Sena (200m)
Bruno de Alcántara Góes (300m)
Rafael da Silva Ribeiro (400m)
 Brazil 20 October 2002 2002 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [7][8]
Key:
WR-y World youth record AR-y South American youth record NR-y National youth record A affected by altitude

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.48 (wind: +1.3 m/s) Franciela das Graças Krasucki  Brazil 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
200 m 24.00 A (wind: -3.3 m/s) Luciana Soledad Lazet  Argentina 5 November 2000 2000 South American Youth Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [7][8]
400 m 53.94 A Yusmelis García  Venezuela 4 November 2000 2000 South American Youth Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [7][8]
800 m 2:10.5 Yessica Quispe  Peru 26 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
1500 m 4:21.6 Yessica Quispe  Peru 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
3000 m 9:29.8 Yessica Quispe  Peru 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
100 m hurdles 13.73 (wind: +0.1 m/s) Micaela Rosa De Mello  Brazil 12 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [15]
400 m hurdles 1:00.45 Jessica Miller  Uruguay 20 October 2002 2002 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [7][8]
2000 m steeplechase 6:34.7 ht Sabine Letícia Heitling  Brazil 26 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
6:40.28 Zulema Arenas Huacasi  Peru 27 October 2012 2012 South American Youth Championships Argentina Mendoza, Argentina [16]
High jump 1.85 m María Fernanda Murillo  Colombia November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [17]
Pole vault 3.90 m Milena Agudelo  Colombia 19 October 1996 1996 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [7][8]
Quionez Ana Gabriela  Ecuador 13 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [18]
Long jump 6.13 m (wind: -1.5 m/s) Yuly Quinto  Colombia 12 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [19]
Triple jump 13.06 m (wind: +1.5 m/s) Cuesta Caceres Leidy Marcela  Colombia 13 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [20]
Shot put (3 kg) 17.24 m AR-y Dayna Toledo  Chile 12 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [21]
Discus throw 48.22 m Esthefania da Costa  Brazil 9 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [8][9]
Hammer throw (3 kg) 64.31 m Garcia Mariana  Chile 12 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [22]
Javelin throw (500 g) 45.81 m Laura Melissa Paredes Meza  Paraguay 27 October 2012 2012 South American Youth Championships Argentina Mendoza, Argentina [16]
Heptathlon 5090 pts Leonela Graciani  Argentina 27–28 October 2012 2012 South American Youth Championships Argentina Mendoza, Argentina [13]
14.53 (-3.3 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.57 m (high jump), 10.90 m (shot put (3 kg)), 25.18 (+0.8 m/s) (200 m) / 5.55 m (nw) (long jump), 38.74 m (javelin (500 g)), 2:32.08 (800 m)
5000 m walk 22:33.63 AR-y Yuli Capcha  Peru 9 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [8][9]
Medley relay 2:11.6 Franciela das Graças Krasucki (100m)
Fernanda Aprigio (200m)
Gisele de Oliveira Cruz (300m)
Kamilla Felix Miranda (400m)
 Brazil 26 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]

Mixed events[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
4×400 m relay 3:30.12 Bruno da Silva
Rita de Cassia Silva
Tiffani Silva
Cleverson da Silva Junior
 Brazil 13 November 2016 2016 Championships Argentina Concordia, Argentina [23]
Key:
WR-y World youth record AR-y South American youth record NR-y National youth record A affected by altitude

Defunct events[edit]

Men
Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Place Ref
5000 m 14:53.94 Marcelo da Silva  Brazil 4 October 1992 1992 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [24]
300 m hurdles 37.79 Víctor Hugo Goulart  Brazil 4 October 1992 1992 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [24]
1500 m steeplechase 4:18.89 Julián Peralta  Argentina 2 October 1992 1992 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [24]
Hexathlon 4172 pts Moisés Pereira  Brazil 2/3 October 1992 1992 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [24]
14.24 (100 m hurdles), 12.16m (shot put), 6.74m (long jump), 43.56m (javelin), 1.98m (high jump), 2:10.53 (800 m)
5000 m walk 19:49.54 Jefferson Pérez  Ecuador 22 November 1990 1990 South American Youth Championships Peru Lima, Peru [24]
4x100 m relay 40.77 A Luiz Ambrosio da Silva
André Caliari Oliveira
Luis Eduardo Ambrosio
Bruno Nascimento Pacheco
 Brazil 5 November 2000 2000 South American Youth Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [7][8]
4x400 m relay 3:18.42 Humberto de Oliveira
Cristian Dunker
Carlos Santos
Rodolfo dos Santos
 Brazil 20 October 1996 1996 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [2]
Women
Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Place Ref
600 m 1:33.1 Marcela López Espinosa  Argentina 7 November 1976 1976 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [2]
80 metres hurdles 11.75 Beatriz Capotosto  Argentina 11 November 1978 1978 South American Youth Championships Uruguay Montevideo, Uruguay [2]
300 m hurdles 43.18 Rúbia dos Santos  Brazil 19 October 1996 1996 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [2]
Shot put (4 kg) 15.67 m Natalia Ducó  Chile 15 October 2006 2006 South American Youth Championships Venezuela Caracas, Venezuela [7][8]
Hammer throw (4 kg) 56.68m A Jennifer Dahlgren  Argentina 4 November 2000 2000 South American Youth Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [7][8]
Javelin throw (600 g) 48.04 m Jucilene Sales de Lima  Brazil 25 September 2004 2004 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador [7][8]
Pentathlon 3642 pts A Rosemarie Boeck  Peru November 1975 1975 South American Youth Championships Ecuador Quito, Ecuador [2]
(100 m hurdles), (shot put), (high jump), (long jump), (200 m)
Heptathlon (old implements) 5347 pts Tamara de Souza  Brazil 9–10 October 2010 2010 South American Youth Championships Chile Santiago, Chile [7][8]
14.37 (-0.7 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.62m (high jump), 13.47m (shot put (4 kg)), 25.29 (-1.0 m/s) (200 m) / 5.75m (-0.7 m/s) (long jump), 40.73m (javelin (600 g)), 2:38.75 (800 m)
3000 m walk 14:04.99 A Luisa Paltín  Ecuador 23 October 1998 1998 South American Youth Championships Brazil Manaus, Brazil [2]
4x100 m relay 45.99 A Mileidy López
Yenny Díaz
Sandrine Legenort
Yusmelis García
 Venezuela 5 November 2000 2000 South American Youth Championships Colombia Bogotá, Colombia [7][8]
4x400 m relay 3:49.67 Flávia da Silva
Mislene da Silva
Adriana da Silva
Rúbia dos Santos
 Brazil 20 October 1996 1996 South American Youth Championships Paraguay Asunción, Paraguay [2]

ht = hand timing
A = affected by altitude

References[edit]

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