1966 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

The sixth South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Montevideo, Uruguay from October 9–14, 1966. For the first time, women's events were included.

VI South American Junior Championships in Athletics
DatesOctober 9–14
Host cityMontevideo, Uruguay Uruguay
LevelJunior
Events29
Participationabout 159 athletes from
6 nations

Participation (unofficial)Edit

Detailed result lists can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1] An unofficial count yields the number of about 159 athletes from about 6 countries: Argentina (36), Brazil (36), Chile (33), Paraguay (11), Peru (22), Uruguay (21).

Medal summaryEdit

Medal winners are published for men[2] and women[3] Complete results can be found on the "World Junior Athletics History" website.[1]

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Carlos Ripoli (ARG) 10.5   Lincoln Flores (PER) 10.7   Marcos Vilela (BRA) 10.7
200 metres   Carlos Ripoli (ARG) 22.0   Eduardo Satoyama (ARG) 22.2   Lincoln Flores (PER) 22.3
400 metres   Jaime Núñez (CHI) 49.9   Celso Wolf (BRA) 50.1   Carlos Schopf (URU) 50.3
800 metres   Homero Arce (CHI) 1:58.5   José de Andrade (BRA) 1:59.5   Alberto Gajate (ARG) 1:59.8
1500 metres   Homero Arce (CHI) 4:02.4   Jorge Henríquez (ARG) 4:02.6   Alfredo Aguirre (ARG) 4:03.3
3000 metres   Alfredo Aguirre (ARG) 9:03.0   Jorge Weulle (CHI) 9:04.4   Juan López (CHI) 9:13.8
1500 metres steeplechase   Jorge Enríquez (ARG) 4:22.5   José Parra (CHI) 4:28.1   Enrique Urrejola (CHI) 4:29.6
110 metres hurdles   Patricio Saavedra (CHI) 14.7   Raúl Domínguez (ARG) 15.5   Ricardo Sirvent (ARG) 15.7
400 metres hurdles   Santiago Gordon (CHI) 54.7   Ricardo Sirvent (ARG) 56.3   Juan Kromschroder (CHI) 57.5
High jump   José Dalmastro (ARG) 1.95   Fernando Abugattás (PER) 1.90   Patricio Labar (CHI) 1.90
Pole vault   Marco Baroni (BRA) 3.20   César Noya (PER) 3.20   Luis Cárdenas (PER) 3.20
Long jump   Dominique Castillo (CHI) 6.89   Roberto Chagra (ARG) 6.88   Carlos Proto (CHI) 6.88
Triple jump   Juan Kurata (BRA) 14.18   Luís Puhl (BRA) 13.83   Mario Delfino (ARG) 13.73
Shot put   Cláudio Leal (BRA) 15.86   Juan Bryce (PER) 15.04   Pedro Ugarte (CHI) 14.65
Discus throw   Juan Ruggieri (ARG) 40.88   Esteban Drapich (ARG) 38.95   Juan Bryce (PER) 38.65
Hammer throw   Carlos Gatica (ARG) 54.66   Walter Drago (BRA) 53.43   Celso de Moraes (BRA) 53.20
Javelin throw   Werner Klötzer (CHI) 56.15   Manuel Morimoto (BRA) 50.91   Arnaldo Albero (ARG) 49.61
Pentathlon*   Valdir Barbanti (BRA) 3711   Werner Klötzer (CHI) 3521   Kenji Kido (BRA) 3521
4 × 100 metres relay   Argentina 41.9   Chile 42.1   Peru 42.6
4 × 400 metres relay   Chile 3:21.8   Brazil 3:24.3   Argentina NTT

* = another source[1] states rather: Hexathlon

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Mabel Camprubi (CHI) 12.2   Josefa Vicent (URU) 12.2   Alicia Masuccio (ARG) 12.3
200 metres   Josefa Vicent (URU) 25.7   Graciela Pinto (ARG) 25.9   Alba Oberti (ARG) 26.3
80 metres hurdles   Rosa Sains (CHI) 12.2   Adilia do Rosário (BRA) 12.3   Ana Akiko Omote (BRA) 12.4
High jump   Ana Akiko Omote (BRA) 1.45   Patricia Mantero (PER) 1.45   Cecilia Goddard (CHI) 1.45
Long jump   Yolanda Durant (CHI) 5.01   Yolanda Dimarco (URU) 4.98   Cristina Miguel (CHI) 4.97
Shot put   Marta Silva (CHI) 10.91   M. Jorgensen (BRA) 10.57   Neide Nakatsukasa (BRA) 10.18
Discus throw   Eleonor Torres (CHI) 33.50   Marta Silva (CHI) 33.16   Neide Nakatsukasa (BRA) 33.00
Javelin throw   Maria Sogabe (BRA) 36.47   Hilda Rebolledo (CHI) 34.41   Vilma Totaro (ARG) 32.96
4 × 100 metres relay   Chile 48.9   Argentina 49.0   Brazil 49.0

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

  *   Host nation (Uruguay)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Chile (CHI)146828
2  Argentina (ARG)88925
3  Brazil (BRA)68721
4  Uruguay (URU)*1214
5  Peru (PER)0549
Totals (5 nations)29292987

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on November 25, 2018, retrieved November 1, 2011
  2. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (MEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011
  3. ^ SOUTH AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS (WOMEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 1, 2011

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