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1992 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics – Results

These are the results of the 1992 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics which took place from 17 to 19 July 1992 at Estadio de La Cartuja in Seville, Spain.[1][2]

Contents

Men's resultsEdit

100 metersEdit

200 metersEdit

400 metersEdit

800 metersEdit

1500 metersEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Víctor Rojas   Spain 3:42.25
  Ángel Fariñas   Spain 3:42.76
  Edgar Martins de Oliveira   Brazil 3:43.26
4 José Gregorio López   Venezuela 3:48.47
5 Arturo Espejel   Mexico 3:48.92
6 Sergio Rodríguez   Mexico 3:48.96
7 Luis Martínez   Guatemala 3:50.13
8 Leonardo Malgor   Argentina 3:52.19
9 Carlos Mairena   Nicaragua 3:54.15
10 Porfirio Méndez   Paraguay 3:54.42
11 Carlos Santos   Portugal 3:59.04
12 Dagoberto Pérez   El Salvador 4:03.21
13 César Martínez   Honduras 4:14.79

5000 metersEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Valdenor dos Santos   Brazil 13:54.79
  Anacleto Jiménez   Spain 13:55.35
  Martín Fiz   Spain 13:57.99
4 Antonio Silio   Argentina 14:00.97
5 José Dias   Portugal 14:02.58
6 Alejandro Salvador   Mexico 14:05.36
7 José Ramos   Portugal 14:09.84
8 Isaac García   Mexico 14:11.48
9 Antonio Ibáñez   Argentina 14:47.39
10 Néstor Quinapanta   Ecuador 14:56.91
11 Policarpio Calizaya   Bolivia 15:08.59
12 Nelson Zamora   Uruguay 15:21.06

10,000 metersEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Francisco Guerra   Spain 28:49.15
  Valdenor dos Santos   Brazil 28:51.22
  Rolando Vera   Ecuador 28:55.16
4 Faustino Reynoso   Mexico 28:58.47
5 Juvenal Ribeiro   Portugal 29:33.96
6 Antonio Ibáñez   Argentina 29:36.60
7 Eliecer López   Costa Rica 30:46.30
8 Eladio Fernández   Paraguay 31:08.80
Roberto Punina   Ecuador DNF
Pedro Pérez   Venezuela DNF
Policarpio Calizaya   Bolivia DNF
Waldemar Cotelo   Uruguay DNF
Nelson Zamora   Uruguay DNF

3000 meters steeplechaseEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Clodoaldo Lopes do Carmo   Brazil 8:38.55
  Eduardo Henriques   Portugal 8:40.35
  Antonio Peula   Spain 8:40.93
4 Gustavo Castillo   Mexico 8:42.90
5 Marcelo Cascabelo   Argentina 8:43.21
6 Jon Azkueta   Spain 8:54.34
7 Oscar Amaya   Argentina 9:01.85
8 Rubén García   Mexico 9:02.34

110 meters hurdlesEdit

400 meters hurdlesEdit

High jumpEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1.85 1.90 1.95 2.00 2.05 2.10 2.14 2.17 2.20 2.22 2.24 2.26 2.30 2.32 2.34
  Javier Sotomayor   Cuba o xxo 2.30
  Gustavo Adolfo Becker   Spain o o xo xxo xxx 2.26
  Marino Drake   Cuba o o xxx 2.24
4 Carlos de la Peña   Spain o o o xo o o xxx 2.14
5 Fernando Moreno   Argentina o o xxo o xxx 2.14
6 Hugo Muñoz   Peru o o o xxo xxx 2.14
7 Valery Abugattas   Peru o o xxo o xxo xxx 2.14
8 Ricardo D'Andrilli   Argentina o o o xxx 2.05
8 José Luis Mendes   Brazil o o xxx 2.05
10 Esteves Costa   Portugal o o xo xxx 2.05
11 Humberto Sarubbi   Paraguay o o xxx 1.90

Pole vaultEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
4.20 4.40 4.60 4.80 4.90 5.00 5.10 5.20 5.30 5.40 5.54
  Edgar Díaz   Puerto Rico xo o xxx 5.40
  Nuno Fernandes   Portugal xxo o o xxx 5.30
  Alberto Ruiz   Spain xo xxx 5.20
4 Thomas Riether   Chile xo xxx 5.10
5 Cristian Aspillaga   Chile o xo o xo xxx 5.00
6 Juan Miguel Saldarriaga   Colombia xo xxx 4.90
7 Guillermo Salgado   Mexico o o xxo xxx 4.90
8 Konstatin Zagustin   Venezuela o xo xxx 4.80
9 Oscar Armando Veit   Argentina xo xo xxx 4.80
10 Renato Bortolocci   Brazil x- xo o xo xxx 4.80
11 Fernando Pastoriza   Argentina xxo x- 4.60
Pedro Palma   Portugal xxx NM
Igor Castillo   Peru xxx NM
Ángel García   Cuba xxx NM
Pedro Ferreira da Silva Filho   Brazil xxx NM
Juan Gabriel Concepción   Spain NM

Long jumpEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Iván Pedroso   Cuba 8.17 (+1.4) x x 8.32 w (+2.4) 8.53 (+1.6) x 8.53 (+1.6 m/s)
  Jesús Oliván   Spain 7.94 (+1.7) x x x 7.98 (+2.0) 7.98 (+2.0 m/s)
  Elmer Williams   Puerto Rico 7.55 w (+2.2) 7.86 w (+2.6) 7.39 (+1.8) 7.91 (+1.4) x x 7.91 (+1.4 m/s)
4 Marcio Rogerio da Cruz   Brazil 6.15 w (+2.4) 7.67 w (+2.1) 7.69 w (+2.2) 6.39 w (+2.5) 6.01 (+1.7) 7.71 (+1.6) 7.71 (+1.6 m/s)
5 Michael Francis   Puerto Rico 7.38 (+2.0) 7.53 (+1.4) 7.47 w (+2.1) 7.70 (+1.8) 7.57 (+1.5) 7.58 (+2.0) 7.70 (+1.8 m/s)
6 Antonio Corgos   Spain 7.67 w (+2.2) 5.83 (+1.4) x 7.69 w (+2.8) 7.69 w (+2.8 m/s)
7 Juan Carlos Moeckel   Chile 7.52 (+1.7) 7.46 w (+2.4) 7.42 w (+2.2) x x x 7.52 (+1.7 m/s)
8 Gerardo Guevara   Mexico x x 7.52 w (+2.3) 6.80 w (+2.7) x x 7.52 w (+2.3 m/s)
9 Darío Ruiz   Mexico 7.22 w (+2.6) x 7.28 w (+2.6) 7.28 w (+2.6 m/s)
10 José Leitão   Portugal 6.96 w (+3.1) x 7.16 (+2.0) 7.16 (+2.0 m/s)
11 Jorge Casierra   Ecuador 6.86 w (+2.5) 7.10 w (+2.9) 6.93 w (+2.2) 7.10 w (+2.9 m/s)
12 Oscar Valiente   Peru 6.68 (+1.4) 6.90 w (+2.7) 7.10 w (+2.7) 7.10 w (+2.7 m/s)
13 Ramiro Villarroel   Bolivia 6.78 (+0.5) 7.07 w (+3.3) 7.09 (+1.9) 7.09 (+1.9 m/s)
14 Pedro Ferreira da Silva Filho   Brazil x 6.79 w (+2.2) x 6.79 w (+2.2 m/s)
15 Alfredo Williams   Nicaragua x 6.66 (+1.5) 6.76 (+1.6) 6.76 (+1.6 m/s)
16 Howard Pandy   Honduras 6.17 (+1.6) 4.60 (+1.6) 6.21 w (+2.2) 6.21 w (+2.2 m/s)
Esteves Costa   Portugal x x x NM
Arturo Piccardo   Paraguay x x NM
Juan Felipe Ortiz   Cuba NM

Triple jumpEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Yoelbi Quesada   Cuba 16.52 (+1.6) 16.91 (+1.3) x 16.93 w (+2.2) 16.79 (+1.1) 16.93 w (+2.2 m/s)
  Anísio Souza Silva   Brazil 16.40 (+0.3) 16.40 (+0.3 m/s)
  Juan Miguel López   Cuba 16.36 w (+2.9) 16.18 (+0.3) 16.27 (+1.4) x 16.21 (+1.6) 15.80 (+1.7) 16.36 w (+2.9 m/s)
4 Oscar Valiente   Peru 15.23 w (+2.2) 15.75 (+1.5) 15.96 (+1.2) 15.94 (+0.7) 15.84 w (+2.2) x 15.96 (+1.2 m/s)
5 Jorge Luis Teixeira da Silva   Brazil x 15.78 (+1.1) 15.78 (+1.1 m/s)
6 José Leitão   Portugal 15.00 (+1.9) x 15.26 (+1.8) 15.33 (+1.8) 15.46 (+1.5) 15.53 (+1.9) 15.53 (+1.9 m/s)
7 Raúl Chapado   Spain x 15.31 (+1.4) 15.53 w (+2.6) 15.10 (+1.0) 15.19 (+0.0) 15.53 w (+2.6 m/s)
8 Darío Ruiz   Mexico 15.22 w (+2.7) 15.44 (+1.5) x x x x 15.44 (+1.5 m/s)
9 Fernando Pecchenino   Argentina 15.02 w (+2.1) 14.84 (+0.6) 15.20 (+1.9) 15.20 (+1.9 m/s)
10 Jorge Casierra   Ecuador x x 14.46 (+1.5) 14.46 (+1.5 m/s)
11 Howard Pandy   Honduras 13.93 (+1.8) x 14.10 (+1.8) 14.10 (+1.8 m/s)

Shot putEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Gert Weil   Chile 18.62 18.94 x x 18.78 x 18.94
  Manuel Martínez   Spain 17.12 16.80 16.59 17.49 16.48 x 17.49
  Adilson de Souza Oliveira   Brazil 15.18 17.14 17.44 17.05 17.31 17.39 17.44
4 Vicente Navarro   Spain 16.01 16.67 x 16.09 16.39 x 16.67
5 Francisco Ball   Puerto Rico 15.34 15.93 15.71 x x 16.31 16.31
6 Ubaldo Oscar Peñalba   Argentina 15.23 15.18 15.18 15.29 x 16.21 16.21
7 Fernando Alves   Portugal 15.76 x x x 15.84 x 15.84
8 Adrián Marzo   Argentina x 14.97 x x x 14.99 14.99
9 Jaime Comandari   El Salvador 14.96 14.75 14.39 14.96
10 Yoger Medina   Venezuela x 14.78 x 14.78
11 Antonio Peixoto   Portugal 13.01 12.40 13.58 13.58
12 Francisco Rosales   Nicaragua 12.44 11.76 12.75 12.75

Discus throwEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Juan Martínez   Cuba 62.34 62.24 x x 62.12 63.02 63.02
  David Martínez   Spain 56.22 61.56 61.36 60.76 58.80 x 61.56
Roberto Moya   Cuba x 61.52 x 61.52 Guest
  Luis Mariano Delís   Cuba 59.42 x 60.80 61.18 60.26 60.84 61.18
4 Ramón Jiménez Gaona   Paraguay 58.54 x 56.74 57.94 59.78 x 59.78
5 João Joaquim dos Santos   Brazil 55.96 53.24 50.62 x 51.78 x 55.96
6 Luis Lizaso   Spain 50.48 51.42 52.72 51.04 x 53.04 53.04
7 Fernando Alves   Portugal 50.50 50.34 51.66 49.94 x 51.08 51.66
8 Yoger Medina   Venezuela 49.80 x 50.40 50.40
9 Julio Piñero   Argentina 48.38 49.48 49.24 49.48
10 Marcelo Pugliese   Argentina 49.08 x x 49.08
11 Francisco Ayala   Mexico 48.06 x x 48.06
12 Antonio Peixoto   Portugal 44.60 45.60 43.58 45.60
13 Francisco Rosales   Nicaragua 38.10 35.10 33.80 38.10

Hammer throwEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Eladio Hernández   Cuba 67.34 x 66.36 70.62 68.64 x 70.62
  Andrés Charadía   Argentina 68.30 68.72 69.38 x 67.44 63.54 69.38
  Guillermo Guzmán   Mexico 64.86 67.36 63.80 65.70 67.68 68.06 68.06
4 Adrián Marzo   Argentina x 64.08 66.10 67.00 67.72 x 67.72
5 Antón María Godall   Spain 63.40 64.06 66.48 66.36 66.70 65.86 66.70
6 Antonio Peixoto   Portugal 56.76 60.78 61.90 59.68 57.26 x 61.90
7 Pedro Rivail Atilio   Brazil 57.74 58.14 60.04 x x x 60.04
8 Mario Rocha   Portugal x 56.30 x 57.62 x x 57.62
9 Rubén Torres   Ecuador 49.90 50.38 52.10 52.10
10 Enrique Reina   Honduras x 45.92 x 45.92
11 Felipe Aguilar   Honduras 32.38 34.30 33.46 34.30

Javelin throwEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Ramón González   Cuba 75.88 73.60 73.56 x x 71.10 75.88
  Luis Carlos Lucumí   Colombia 69.62 74.74 x 71.12 72.64 68.78 74.74
  Julián Sotelo   Spain x 67.06 x x 70.50 x 70.50
4 Carlos Cunha   Portugal 65.74 64.52 70.46 66.00 66.24 63.38 70.46
5 Juan Gerardo de la Garza   Mexico 67.30 66.60 68.10 x 67.04 68.72 68.72
6 Rodrigo Zelaya   Chile 65.16 x 66.90 63.22 66.48 66.90
7 Edgar Baumann   Paraguay 66.70 x 60.74 59.54 x 57.50 66.70
8 Martín Castillo   Mexico 64.36 65.66 63.40 62.20 64.24 61.74 65.66
9 Nery Kennedy   Paraguay 58.54 x 64.28 64.28
10 Gustavo Wielandt   Chile 63.88 62.30 62.00 63.88
11 Carlos Pérez   Spain 62.62 x 63.02 63.02
12 Ivan Roberto da Costa   Brazil 61.94 60.96 62.46 62.46
13 Fernando Gubineli   Argentina 60.80 60.78 61.52 61.52
14 Rigoberto Calderón   Nicaragua 56.14 61.08 59.20 61.08

DecathlonEdit

Final – 17–18 July

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Name Nationality 100m LJ SP HJ 400m 110m H DT PV JT 1500m Points Notes
  Xavier Brunet   Spain 11.18 7.03 (+0.0) 11.80 2.14 48.13 14.72 (+0.8) 34.76 4.40 54.90 4:34.85 7.621
  José Ricardo de Assis Nunes   Brazil 11.22 7.07 (+0.3) 12.32 1.99 49.39 14.88 (+0.8) 38.82 4.00 58.54 4:31.23 7.480
  Fernando Luis Benet   Spain 11.22 7.28 (+0.5) 12.32 1.84 49.45 14.78 (+0.8) 33.40 4.40 52.52 4:34.69 7.299
Francisco Javier Aledo   Spain 11.60 6.68 (+1.2) 13.22 1.84 51.53 15.69 (+0.8) 38.64 4.20 54.38 4:32.69 7.017 Guest
4 Jorge Camacho   Mexico 11.28 6.83 (+1.2) 10.92 1.81 50.93 15.61 (+0.8) 35.38 4.60 41.48 4:32.50 6.852
5 Rubén Herrada   Venezuela 11.34 6.84 (+1.8) 12.35 1.81 50.58 16.50 (+0.8) 38.14 4.00 45.34 4:34.18 6.772
Paúl Buscail   Spain 11.48 6.86 (+1.3) 12.22 1.90 52.44 15.37 (+0.8) 36.36 4.30 DNF Guest
Carlos Alberto Cordente   Spain 11.26 6.99 (+0.7) 13.12 1.93 49.86 15.61 (+0.8) 39.24 DNF Guest
Oscar Armando Veit   Argentina 11.49 7.24 (+0.7) 13.10 1.90 53.32 DNF
Heinz Falter   Chile DNS
Giovanni Gudiño   Ecuador DNS
Dean Torres   Ecuador DNS
Francisco Flores   Honduras DNS

: It is reported that the 110m hurdles results of Francisco Javier Aledo and Jorge Camacho might have been switched onh the final list, because Camacho appears with 15.69 and Aledo with 15.61 on an intermediate result list. In this case, Camacho would have achieved 6.843 pts and Aledo 7.026 pts.

20 kilometers walkEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Alberto Cruz   Mexico 1:25:35.9
  Clodomiro Moreno   Colombia 1:25:41.2
  Jefferson Pérez   Ecuador 1:25:50.5
4 Querubín Moreno   Colombia 1:26:00.4
5 Fernando Vázquez   Spain 1:27:37.9
6 Sergio Vieira Galdino   Brazil 1:28:08.8
7 Basilio Labrador   Spain 1:28:26.7
8 Juan Sánchez   Mexico 1:30:29.2
9 Julio Urias   Guatemala 1:31:59.2
10 Jorge Loréfice   Argentina 1:33:59.5
11 Rafael Valladares   Honduras 1:40:57.0
Marcelo Moreira Palma   Brazil DQ
Benjamín Loréfice   Argentina DQ

4x100 meters relayEdit

4x400 meters relayEdit

Women's resultsEdit

100 metersEdit

200 metersEdit

400 metersEdit

800 metersEdit

1500 metersEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Soraya Vieira Telles   Brazil 4:18.03
  Estela Estévez   Spain 4:18.40
  Norma Fernández   Argentina 4:18.78
4 Mabel Arrúa   Argentina 4:22.04
5 Janeth Caizalitín   Ecuador 4:22.70
6 Ana Paula Mota   Portugal 4:24.66
7 María Luisa Servín   Mexico 4:25.08
8 Irma Torres   Mexico 4:27.00
9 Shirley Céspedes   Costa Rica 4:35.81
10 Olga Zepeda   Honduras 5:05.25

3000 metersEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Carmem de Oliveira   Brazil 9:20.83
  Mabel Arrúa   Argentina 9:23.24
  María Luisa Servín   Mexico 9:23.71
4 Sonia Betancourt   Mexico 9:26.96
5 Fátima Neves   Portugal 9:27.36
6 Martha Tenorio   Ecuador 9:27.63
7 Janeth Caizalitín   Ecuador 9:37.03
8 Sandra Cortez   Bolivia 9:44.49
9 Olga Zepeda   Honduras 10:48.46

10,000 metersEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Carmem de Oliveira   Brazil 33:21.00
  Griselda González   Argentina 33:24.89
  Martha Tenorio   Ecuador 33:29.69
4 María del Carmen Díaz   Mexico 34:00.08
5 Mónica Regonessi   Chile 34:06.62
6 Stella Castro   Colombia 34:23.72
7 Yolanda Quimbita   Ecuador 34:36.54
8 Sandra Cortez   Bolivia 34:47.44
9 Sonia Betancourt   Mexico 35:04.48
10 Kriscia Lorena García   El Salvador 37:38.43
Rocío Rios   Spain DNF

100 meters hurdlesEdit

400 meters hurdlesEdit

High jumpEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1.70 1.75 1.79 1.82 1.85 1.87 1.89 1.93 1.95 1.98 2.00
  Ioamnet Quintero   Cuba o o o o xo o xxo xxx 1.98
  Silvia Costa   Cuba o o o xo xxx 1.93
  Cristina Fink   Mexico o xo o xxx 1.87
4 Mónica Beatriz Lunkmoss   Brazil o o o xo xxx 1.85
5 Mari Mar Martínez   Spain o xo o xxx 1.79
6 Belén Saez   Spain o xo xo xxx 1.79

Long jumpEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Niurka Montalvo   Cuba x 6.30 (+0.8) 6.51 w (+2.2) 6.35 (+1.1) 6.40 (−0.4) 6.48 (+0.7) 6.51 w (+2.2 m/s)
  Luisa López   Spain 6.22 (+0.5) 6.37 (+1.8) 6.10 (−0.8) x x 6.37 (+1.8 m/s)
  María Jesús Martín   Spain x x 5.84 (+1.7) 5.83 (+1.0) 5.89 (+0.0) 5.94 (+0.5) 5.94 (+0.5 m/s)
4 Virginia Gomes   Portugal x 5.63 (+0.8) 5.68 (+0.9) 5.58 (+0.6) 5.76 (−0.2) 5.91 (−0.4) 5.91 (−0.4 m/s)
5 Natalia Toledo   Paraguay x 5.68 (+1.0) 5.76 (+1.3) 5.70 (−0.8) x 5.56 (+1.1) 5.76 (+1.3 m/s)
6 Citlali Sainz   Mexico 5.49 (+0.2) 5.53 (+1.1) 5.57 (+1.7) 5.66 (−0.9) 5.46 (+0.0) x 5.66 (−0.9 m/s)
7 Ana María Luzio   Bolivia 5.47 (+0.5) 5.30 (+0.0) 5.47 (+2.0) 5.34 (+0.0) 5.40 (+0.0) 5.31 (+0.9) 5.47 (+0.5 m/s)
Daisy Zereceda   Peru x x x NM
Gilda Massa   Peru x x x NM

Triple jumpEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Niurka Montalvo   Cuba x 12.94 (+1.5) x 12.92 (+1.7) 13.32 (+1.5) 13.60 (+1.1) 13.60 (+1.1 m/s)
  Rita Cristina Slompo   Brazil x x 12.78 (+0.9) 12.96 (+2.0) 12.96 (+2.0 m/s)
  Andrea Ávila   Argentina 12.05 (+1.5) 12.82 (+1.0) 12.57 (+0.6) x 12.42 (+1.1) 12.54 w (+2.3) 12.82 (+1.0 m/s)
4 Sonia Rallo   Spain 12.67 (+1.3) x x 12.36 (+1.3) 12.66 (+1.4) x 12.67 (+1.3 m/s)
5 Citlali Sainz   Mexico 12.07 (+1.3) 12.28 (+1.2) x x x x 12.28 (+1.2 m/s)

Shot putEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Belsy Laza   Cuba x 19.20 19.31 19.26 19.27 18.81 19.31
  Elisângela Adriano   Brazil 16.13 15.80 16.50 x 15.96 16.75 16.75
  Margarita Ramos   Spain 16.43 16.69 x 16.47 x x 16.69
4 Ángeles Barreiro   Spain 13.88 14.44 14.49 x x x 14.49
5 Verónica Monzón   Guatemala 11.23 11.15 11.05 11.48 11.37 11.46 11.48
6 María Lourdes Ruiz   Nicaragua 10.30 10.90 11.16 10.81 10.99 x 11.16

Discus throwEdit

Final – 18 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
Maritza Martén   Cuba 70.68 70.68 Guest
  Hilda Elisa Ramos   Cuba 65.08 65.94 x x 67.46 67.04 67.46
  Bárbara Hechevarría   Cuba 59.60 x x x x 64.14 64.14
  María Isabel Urrutia   Colombia 54.34 x 57.46 54.40 x x 57.46
4 Teresa Machado   Portugal 51.88 55.32 56.92
5 Ángeles Barreiro   Spain 55.66 55.42 54.12 x 53.42 53.46 55.66
6 Sonia Godall   Spain x x 53.78 x x 53.44 53.78
7 Liliana Martinelli   Argentina 46.16 48.38 49.34 51.10 x 46.80 51.10
8 María Lourdes Ruiz   Nicaragua 44.60 41.98 42.36 40.98 41.42 x 44.60
9 Elisângela Adriano   Brazil x x 43.54 43.54
10 Sadith Fretes   Paraguay 43.02 x x 43.02
11 Verónica Monzón   Guatemala 32.84 32.38 x 32.94

: Rest of the series not known.

Javelin throwEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Attempts Result Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
  Dulce Margarita García   Cuba 52.42 56.76 54.58 57.26 55.44 57.38 57.38
  Isel López   Cuba 52.20 x 55.80 x x x 55.80
  Carla Maria de Souza Bispo   Brazil x x x x 53.40 x 53.40
4 Marieta Riera   Venezuela 46.16 48.30 48.72 48.10 50.42 47.52 50.42
5 Cristina Larrea   Spain 46.64 42.78 42.08 x x 44.64 46.64
6 Sonia Favre   Argentina 40.80 x x 38.78 38.54 40.80
7 Lucy Agüero   Paraguay x 35.12 37.04 37.50 39.10 37.88 39.10

HeptathlonEdit

Final – 17–18 July

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Name Nationality 100m H HJ SP 200m LJ JT 800m Points Notes
  Zorobabelia Córdoba   Colombia 14.11 (+0.0) 1.71 12.90 25.18 (−1.1) 5.56 (+2.0) 50.30 2:21.48 5.808
  Ana María Comaschi   Argentina 13.74 (+0.0) 1.65 13.06 24.37 (−1.1) 5.62 (+0.6) 39.88 2:13.88 5.795
  Ana Lúcia Silva   Brazil 15.34 (+0.0) 1.71 12.63 26.45 (−1.1) 5.76 (+0.4) 39.48 2:24.70 5.320
4 Susana Cruz   Spain 14.28 (+0.0) 1.68 11.63 26.43 (−1.1) 5.64 (+1.2) 32.60 2:18.78 5.273
5 Sonia Pérez   Spain 14.82 (+0.0) 1.68 11.20 26.78 (−1.1) 5.38 (+0.6) 42.86 2:19.41 5.253
Montserrat Fernández   Spain 15.11 (+0.0) 1.71 10.09 26.03 (−1.1) 5.71 (+1.7) 26.42 2:23.07 4.977 Guest
Patricia Guevara   Spain 14.76 (+0.0) 1.62 11.31 26.32 (−1.1) 5.51 (+0.6) DNF Guest
Nora Araújo   Portugal 16.22 (+0.0) 1.65 11.34 DNF

10,000 meters walkEdit

Final – 17 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Francisca Martínez   Mexico 47:51.95
  Olga Sánchez   Spain 48:08.86
  Miriam Ramón   Ecuador 48:13.74
4 Rosa Sierra   Spain 49:54.72
5 Rosalia Sánchez   Mexico 52:33.51
6 Rosemar Piazza   Brazil 52:50.27
7 María Magdalena Guzmán   El Salvador 52:50.82
8 Doris Vallecillo   Honduras 57:39.17

4x100 meters relayEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Nation Competitors Time Notes
    Cuba Miriam Ferrer
Eusebia Riquelme
Idalmis Bonne
Liliana Allen
44.49
    Spain María Paz Minicozzi
Cristina Castro
Yolanda Díaz
Cristina Martín
45.53
    Colombia Zorobabelia Córdoba
Ximena Restrepo
Maribelcy Peña
Norfalia Carabalí
45.54
4   Portugal Alexandra Pina
Cristina Regalo
Natalia Moura
Virginia Gomes
46.09
5   Uruguay Marcela Tiscornia
Soledad Acerenza
Claudia Acerenza
Margarita Martirena
46.51
6   Bolivia Moré Galetovic
Ana María Luzio
Jacqueline Soliz
Sandra Antelo
48.56

4x400 meters relayEdit

Final – 19 July

Rank Nation Competitors Time Notes
    Cuba Julia Duporty
Odalmis Limonta
Lency Montelier
Ana Fidelia Quirot
3:33.43
    Spain Gregoria Ferrer
Esther Lahoz
Blanca Lacambra
Cristina Pérez
3:34.22
    Uruguay Marcela Tiscornia
Soledad Acerenza
Inés Justet
Claudia Acerenza
3:46.73
4   Bolivia Moré Galetovic
Sandra Antelo
Amparo Burgos
Jacqueline Soliz
3:55.46

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Ascorbe, Francisco J.; Villuendas, Manuel, "ATLETISMO EN ESPAÑA – N. 4 / septiembre 1992", ATLETISMO EN ESPAÑA (PDF) (in Spanish), Real Federación Española de Atletismo, pp. 31–32, retrieved 16 March 2015