Unofficial South American Championships in Athletics were held in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1950. It is stated that the event was held in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Uruguayan Athletics Federation. However, the foundation date of the Confederación Atlética del Uruguay (CAU) was already two years earlier on March 1, 1918.
|Unofficial South American Championships in Athletics|
|Host city||Montevideo, Uruguay|
Medal winners are published.
|100 metres||Eliana Gaete (CHI)||12.5||Adriana Millard (CHI)||12.6||Perla Anza (URU)||12.7|
|200 metres||Adriana Millard (CHI)||26.2||Beatriz Daher (URU)||27.0||Mirtha Ibarra (URU)||27.2|
|80 metres hurdles||Eliana Gaete (CHI)||11.8||Popelka Sosa (URU)||13.1||Juana Cal (URU)||13.3|
|High jump||Norma Morales (URU)||1.45||Carmela Antezana (BOL)||1.45||Adriana Millard (CHI)||1.45|
|Long jump||Adriana Millard (CHI)||5.35||Eliana Gaete (CHI)||5.11||Carmela Antezana (BOL)||4.85|
|Shot put||Ursula Holle (CHI)||10.59||Sara Rosello (URU)||10.37||Eler Goffer (CHI)||9.68|
|Discus throw||Ursula Holle (CHI)||30.01||Sara Rosello (URU)||28.72|
|Javelin throw||Estrella Puente (URU)||41.14||Ursula Holle (CHI)||39.05|
|4 × 100 metres relay||Uruguay||52.0||Chile||52.9|
Medal table (unofficial)Edit
|Totals (6 entries)||30||30||26||86|