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1999 South American Championships in Athletics

The 1999 South American Championships in Athletics were held at the Coliseo El Salitre[1] in Bogotá, Colombia from June 25–27.

40th South American Championships
Host cityBogotá, ColombiaColombia
Date(s)25–27 June 1999
Main stadiumColiseo El Salitre
Participation260 athletes from
11 (+1 guest) nations
Events43
Records set6 ARs, 19 CRs

Contents

Medal summaryEdit

For full event details see 1999 South American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres André da Silva
  Brazil
10.06A CR Sebastián Keitel
  Chile
10.13A Heber Viera
  Uruguay
10.15A
200 metres Édson Ribeiro
  Brazil
20.54Aw Ricardo Roach
  Chile
20.59Aw Heber Viera
  Uruguay
20.76Aw
400 metres Anderson Jorge dos Santos
  Brazil
45.39A CR John Mena
  Colombia
46.16A Inácio Leão Filho
  Brazil
46.18A
800 metres Hudson de Souza
  Brazil
1:49.82A Flavio Godoy
  Brazil
1:50.00A José Luis Hincapié
  Colombia
1:51.11A
1500 metres Mauricio Ladino
  Colombia
3:49.95A Márcio da Silva
  Brazil
3:51.38A Alonso Pérez
  Colombia
3:51.51A
5000 metres Silvio Guerra
  Ecuador
14:20.35A Franklin Tenorio
  Ecuador
14:34.21A Valdenor dos Santos
  Brazil
14:37.75A
10000 metres Silvio Guerra
  Ecuador
30:30.20A Vicente Chura
  Peru
30:55.24A Franklin Tenorio
  Ecuador
30:57.12A
3000 metres steeplechase Pablo Ramírez
  Ecuador
9:11.21A Giovanni Morejón
  Bolivia
9:16.10A Diego Grisales
  Colombia
9:19.79A
110 metres hurdles Luiz André Balcers
  Brazil
13.76A CR Paulo Villar
  Colombia
14.31A Márcio de Souza
  Brazil
14.37A
400 metres hurdles Eronilde de Araújo
  Brazil
49.13A Cleverson da Silva
  Brazil
49.50A Llimy Rivas
  Colombia
50.41A
4 × 100 metres relay   Brazil
Raphael de Oliveira
Claudinei da Silva
Édson Ribeiro
André da Silva
38.46A CR   Argentina
Iván Altamirano
Gabriel Simón
Guillermo Cacián
Carlos Gats
39.96A   Chile
Ricardo Roach
Fabián Aguilera
Rodrigo Roach
Juan Pablo Faúndez
39.98A
4 × 400 metres relay   Brazil
Eronilde de Araújo
Anderson Jorge dos Santos
Inácio Leão Filho
Cleverson da Silva
3:02.09A CR   Colombia
John Mena
Llimy Rivas
Alexander Mena
Julio César Rojas
3:04.52A   Argentina
Gustavo Aguirre
Carlos Gats
Guillermo Cacián
Damián Spector
3:08.53A
20000 metres track walk Sérgio Galdino
  Brazil
1:31:01.68A Nixon Zambrano
  Colombia
1:32:49.76A Mário dos Santos
  Brazil
1:33:50.59A
High jump Fabrício Romero
  Brazil
2.26A =CR Gilmar Mayo
  Colombia
2.26A Erasmo Jara
  Argentina
2.21A
Pole vault Ricardo Diez
  Venezuela
5.20A Javier Benítez
  Argentina
5.00A Cristián Aspillaga
  Chile
5.00A
Long jump Lewis Asprilla
  Colombia
7.96A Cláudio Novaes
  Brazil
7.78A Sérgio dos Santos
  Brazil
7.77A
Triple jump Anísio Silva
  Brazil
16.48A Johnny Rodríguez
  Venezuela
16.45Aw Sérgio dos Santos
  Brazil
16.20A
Shot put Édson Miguel
  Brazil
17.86A Marco Antonio Verni
  Chile
17.83A Jhonny Rodríguez
  Colombia
16.97A
Discus throw Marcelo Pugliese
  Argentina
59.23A Julio Piñero
  Argentina
57.92A João dos Santos
  Brazil
55.82A
Hammer throw Juan Cerra
  Argentina
72.09A CR Eduardo Acuña
  Peru
64.52A Adrián Marzo
  Argentina
64.09A
Javelin throw Nery Kennedy
  Paraguay
78.89A CR Luis Lucumí
  Colombia
73.58A Luiz Fernando da Silva
  Brazil
73.57A
Decathlon Santiago Lorenzo
  Argentina
7344A Édson Bindilatti
  Brazil
7196A Diógenes Estévez
  Venezuela
7135A
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Lucimar de Moura
  Brazil
11.17A CR Mirtha Brock
  Colombia
11.44A Kátia de Jesus Santos
  Brazil
11.59A
200 metres Lucimar de Moura
  Brazil
22.60A CR Felipa Palacios
  Colombia
22.97A Cleide Amaral
  Brazil
23.74A
400 metres Norfalia Carabalí
  Colombia
52.92A Ana Paula Pereira
  Brazil
53.56A Lorena de Oliveira
  Brazil
54.73A
800 metres Luciana Mendes
  Brazil
2:05.62A Janeth Lucumí
  Colombia
2:06.51A Marlene Moreira
  Brazil
2:08.70A
1500 metres Bertha Sánchez
  Colombia
4:35.72A Fabiana Cristine da Silva
  Brazil
4:37.68A Célia dos Santos
  Brazil
4:41.73A
5000 metres Stella Castro
  Colombia
16:45.63A Bertha Sánchez
  Colombia
17:02.89A Erika Olivera
  Chile
17:15.17A
10000 metres Stella Castro
  Colombia
34:30.92A Erika Olivera
  Chile
34:45.70A Sonia Calizaya
  Bolivia
36:17.45A
100 metres hurdles Maurren Maggi
  Brazil
13.05A CR Verónica Depaoli
  Argentina
13.45A Princesa Oliveros
  Colombia
13.49A
400 metres hurdles Ana Paula Pereira
  Brazil
58.06A Luciana França
  Brazil
58.55A Princesa Oliveros
  Colombia
58.77A
4 × 100 metres relay   Colombia
Mirtha Brock
Felipa Palacios
Patricia Rodríguez
Norfalia Carabalí
44.12A CR   Ecuador
Martha González
Maritza Valencia
Zulay Nazareno
Ondina Rodríguez
48.13A
4 × 400 metres relay   Colombia
Patricia Rodríguez
Norma González
Mirtha Brock
Norfalia Carabali
3:32.74A   Brazil
Ana Paula Pereira
Lorena de Oliveira
Luciana Mendes
Luciana França
3:37.88A   Ecuador
Martiza Valencia
Zulay Nazareno
Mercy Colorado
Ondina Rodríguez
3:49.05A
20000 metres track walk Miriam Ramón
  Ecuador
1:39:27.0A CR Geovana Irusta
  Bolivia
1:39:42.0A Cristina Bohórquez
  Colombia
1:43:49.5A
High jump Luciane Dambacher
  Brazil
1.87A Glaucia da Silva
  Brazil
1.81A Catherine Ibargüen
  Colombia
1.76A
Pole vault Alejandra García
  Argentina
4.30A CR Déborah Gyurcsek
  Uruguay
3.75A Fabiana Murer
  Brazil
3.70A
Long jump Maurren Maggi
  Brazil
7.26A CR Luciana dos Santos
  Brazil
6.81A Gilda Massa
  Peru
6.68Aw
Triple jump Luciana dos Santos
  Brazil
13.90A Mónica Falcioni
  Uruguay
13.57A Andrea Ávila
  Argentina
13.57A
Shot put Elisângela Adriano
  Brazil
19.02A CR Alexandra Amaro
  Brazil
15.21A Marianne Berndt
  Chile
15.00A
Discus throw Elisângela Adriano
  Brazil
60.27A CR Luz Dary Castro
  Colombia
50.95A Liliana Martinelli
  Argentina
49.11A
Hammer throw Karina Moya
  Argentina
60.69A CR María Eugenia Villamizar
  Colombia
58.26A Josiane Soares
  Brazil
57.23A
Javelin throw
(Current design)
Sabina Moya
  Colombia
58.81A CR Sueli dos Santos
  Brazil
58.16A Zuleima Araméndiz
  Colombia
55.77A
Heptathlon Euzinete dos Reis
  Brazil
5741A Elizete da Silva
  Brazil
5669A Flor Robledo
  Colombia
5474A
WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

A = affected by altitude

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Brazil23141552
2  Colombia8121131
3  Argentina54514
4  Ecuador4228
5  Chile1449
6  Venezuela1113
7  Paraguay1001
8  Uruguay0224
9  Bolivia0213
  Peru0213
Totals (10 nations)434342128

ParticipationEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ECUADOR CUARTO EN ATLETISMO (in Spanish), Explored, Jun 28, 1999, retrieved November 9, 2011

External linksEdit