1987 South American Junior Championships in Athletics

The 19th South American Junior Championships in Athletics were held in Santiago, Chile from September 24–27, 1987.

XIX South American Junior Championships in Athletics
Host citySantiago, Chile Chile
Date(s)September 24–27
LevelJunior
Participationabout 251 athletes from
10 nations
Events38

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 251 athletes from about 10 countries: Argentina (50), Bolivia (8), Brazil (49), Chile (51), Colombia (5), Ecuador (17), Paraguay (13), Peru (27), Uruguay (14), Venezuela (17).

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   Gerardo Meinardi (ARG) 10.64   Néstor Soncini (ARG) 10.75   Fernando Botasso (BRA) 10.79
200 metres   Gerardo Meinardi (ARG) 21.41   Carlos Gats (ARG) 21.52   Jessé de Souza (BRA) 21.93
400 metres   Charles Bodington (VEN) 47.67   Inaldo Sena (BRA) 48.26   Piero Chichizola (PER) 49.13
800 metres   Charles Bodington (VEN) 1:51.26   Juan Navarro (VEN) 1:51.81   Adauto da Silva (BRA) 1:51.84
1500 metres   Clodoaldo do Carmo (BRA) 3:57.45   Adauto da Silva (BRA) 3:57.63   Reinaldo Camacho (PER) 4:00.88
5000 metres   Clodoaldo do Carmo (BRA) 14:25.17   Valdenor dos Santos (BRA) 14:29.75   Eduardo Carrasco (CHI) 14:30.31
2000 metres steeplechase   Wander Moura (BRA) 5:46.94   Leonardo Malgor (ARG) 5:49.86   Alexandre Coutinho (BRA) 5:53.63
110 metres hurdles   Javier del Río (PER) 14.74   Fábio Aleixo (BRA) 14.82   Erasmo Ceballos (ARG) 15.64
400 metres hurdles   Fábio Aleixo (BRA) 52.39   Pedro Bakovic (CHI) 52.64   Paulo Rodrigues (BRA) 53.02
High jump   Arnaldo Gorziglia (CHI) 2.00   Alejandro Terzián (ARG) 1.95   Guerrino Zani (BRA) 1.95
Pole vault   Konstantín Zagustín (VEN) 4.60   Martín Bossio (ARG) 4.40   Marcos Guzmán (ECU) 4.30
Long jump   Paulo de Oliveira (BRA) 7.14   Ricardo Valiente (PER) 7.09   Juan Carlos Moeckel (CHI) 7.08
Triple jump   Ricardo Valiente (PER) 16.07   Sergio Saavedra (VEN) 15.45   Julio da Costa (BRA) 15.18
Shot put   Valmir Campos (BRA) 14.72   Ramón Jiménez (PAR) 14.66   Paulo Nasvim (BRA) 13.76
Discus throw   Ramón Jiménez (PAR) 46.28   Marcelo Pugliese (ARG) 44.12   Ricardo Moreno (ARG) 43.50
Hammer throw   Adrián Marzo (ARG) 60.88   Marcelo Pugliese (ARG) 59.66   Alexandre Mantovani (BRA) 53.20
Javelin throw   Orion Pedroso (BRA) 63.78   Rodrigo Zelaya (CHI) 62.98   Mario Alaniz (URU) 58.10
Decathlon   Carlos Magno de Araújo (BRA) 6507   Juan Carlos Moeckel (CHI) 6383   Ivan Costa (BRA) 6198
10,000 metres track walk   Juan Rojas (ECU) 43:20.6   Juan Canevaro (CHI) 45:20.0   Sérgio Galdino (BRA) 46:17.8
4 × 100 metres relay   Argentina 41.41   Brazil 41.95   Peru 42.23
4 × 400 metres relay   Brazil 3:15.01   Argentina 3:15.52   Peru 3:15.96

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres   Ximena Restrepo (COL) 11.69   Milagros Allende (ARG) 12.02   Rita Gomes (BRA) 12.12
200 metres   Ximena Restrepo (COL) 23.72   Jupira da Graça (BRA) 24.56   Milagros Allende (ARG) 24.69
400 metres   Sidnéia Franco (BRA) 56.21   Claudia Riquelme (CHI) 56.66   Paola Gianna (ARG) 58.67
800 metres   Célia dos Santos (BRA) 2:13.68   Mabel Arrúa (ARG) 2:14.86   Mónica Vilches (ARG) 2:15.15
1500 metres   Célia dos Santos (BRA) 4:37.04   Valeria Martínez (ARG) 4:37.29   Roxana Coronatti (ARG) 4:38.68
3000 metres   Valeria Martínez (ARG) 9:50.68   María Medina (ECU) 9:57.71   Roxana Coronatti (ARG) 10:03.55
100 metres hurdles   Carolina Gutiérrez (ARG) 14.42   Mariana Albertsen (ARG) 15.06   Ana María Núñez (URU) 15.18
400 metres hurdles   Ana María Núñez (URU) 62.74   Sidnéia Franco (BRA) 62.92   Anabella von Kesselstatt (ARG) 63.05
High jump   Claudia Blotto (ARG) 1.68   Ana Lúcia Silva (BRA) 1.68   María Isabel Rubio (CHI) 1.68
Long jump   Ana Martina Vizioli (ARG) 5.89   María Isabel Rubio (CHI) 5.77   Andrea Ávila (ARG) 5.68
Shot put   Lila Morales (VEN) 12.80   Berta Gómez (COL) 12.43   Alexandra Amaro (BRA) 12.32
Discus throw   Berta Gómez (COL) 45.28   Elizabeth dos Santos (BRA) 40.95   Silvia Decoud (ARG) 39.20
Javelin throw   Berta Gómez (COL) 49.24   Alexandra Dumas (BRA) 47.90   Rosemeire Costa (BRA) 46.66
Heptathlon   Carolina Gutiérrez (ARG) 4758   Alexandra Dumas (BRA) 4442   Natalia Toledo (PAR) 4414
4 × 100 metres relay   Brazil 46.62   Argentina 47.38   Chile 47.76
4 × 400 metres relay   Brazil 3:47.65   Chile 3:50.48   Argentina 3:51.86

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

  *   Host nation (Chile)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Brazil (BRA)14111439
2  Argentina (ARG)9131133
3  Venezuela (VEN)4206
4  Colombia (COL)4105
5  Peru (PER)2147
6  Chile (CHI)*17412
7  Ecuador (ECU)1113
  Paraguay (PAR)1113
9  Uruguay (URU)1023
Totals (9 nations)373737111


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b World Junior Athletics History, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on December 2, 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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