2002 South American Race Walking Championships

The 2002 South American Race Walking Championships were held in Puerto Saavedra, Chile, on September 14–15, 2002. The event was also known as South American Race Walking Cup.

2002 South American Race Walking Championships
OrganisersCONSUDATLE
Edition14th
DateSeptember 14–15
Host cityPuerto Saavedra, Araucanía, Chile Chile
Events7
Participation83 athletes from
9 nations

A short note on the event and an appraisal of the results was given by Eduardo Biscayart for the IAAF.[1]

Complete results were published.[2][3][4] The junior events are documented on the World Junior Athletics History webpages.[5]

MedallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
20 km   Sérgio Vieira Galdino (BRA) 1:24:23   Cristian Muñoz (CHI) 1:24:26   Fausto Quinde (ECU) 1:25:07
35 km   Edwin Centeno (PER) 2:48:13   Luis Figueroa (CHI) 2:53:25   Rolando Saquipay (ECU) 2:55:51
10 km Junior (U20)   Rafael Duarte (BRA) 42:31   Osvaldo Ortega (ECU) 44:47   Edwin Malacatus (ECU) 44:53
10 km Youth (U18)   Carlos Borgoño (CHI) 46:32   Eben Ezer Churqui (BOL) 46:35   Osvaldo Ortega (ECU) 46:37
Team (Men)
20 km Team   Ecuador 18 pts   Chile 19 pts
35 km Team No team finished
10 km Junior (U20) Team No team finished
10 km Youth (U18) Team   Chile 15 pts   Argentina 36 pts
Women
20 km   Geovanna Irusta (BOL) 1:41:21   Gianetti Bonfim (BRA) 1:42:23   Morelba Useche (VEN) 1:43:23
10 km Junior (U20)   Alessandra Picagevicz (BRA) 49:54   Cisiane Dutra Lopes (BRA) 50:11   Johana Malla (ECU) 52:34
5 km Youth (U18)   Johana Malla (ECU) 25:14   Luz Villamarín (COL) 25:20   Johana Ordóñez (ECU) 25:21
Team (Women)
20 km Team   Brazil 12 pts
10 km Junior (U20) Team   Brazil 7 pts   Ecuador 16 pts   Chile 28 pts
5 km Youth (U18) Team   Ecuador 9 pts   Chile 24 pts

ResultsEdit

Men's 20kmEdit

Place Athlete Time
  Sérgio Vieira Galdino   BRA 1:24:23
  Cristian Muñoz   CHI 1:24:26
  Fausto Quinde   ECU 1:25:07
4 Fredy Hernández   COL 1:25:49
5 Xavier Moreno   ECU 1:28:53
6 Hugo Aros   CHI 1:30:28
7 Edwin Centeno   PER 1:31:01
8 Ronald Huayta   BOL 1:31:53
9 Mário dos Santos   BRA 1:32:13
10 Andrés Chocho   ECU 1:33:29
11 Jerzon Villagra   CHI 1:38:12
José Alessandro Bagio   BRA DQ
Patricio Montero   CHI DQ
Jefferson Pérez   ECU DNF

Team 20km MenEdit

Place Country Points
    Ecuador 18 pts
    Chile 19 pts

Men's 35kmEdit

Place Athlete Time
  Edwin Centeno   PER 2:48:13
  Luis Figueroa   CHI 2:53:25
  Rolando Saquipay   ECU 2:55:51
4 Luis Villagra   CHI 2:58:36
Cláudio Richardson dos Santos   BRA DQ
Hugo Aros   CHI DQ
Carlos Antonio Velozo   CHI DQ
Fredy Hernández   COL DNF

Men's 10km Junior (U20)Edit

Place Athlete Time
  Rafael Duarte   BRA 42:31
  Oswaldo Ortega   ECU 44:47
  Edwin Malacatus   ECU 44:53
4 Elias Reynaga   BOL 45:04
5 Alex Jara   CHI 46:51
6 Luciano Muñoz   CHI 50:52
7 Alejandro Vianello   ARG 57:22
Cristián Bascuñán   CHI DQ
Fabio Benito González   ARG DQ
David Guevara   ECU DQ
Vanderlei dos Santos   BRA DQ
Diogo Gamboa   BRA DQ
German Rivillas   COL DNF

Men's 10km Youth (U18)Edit

Place Athlete Time
  Carlos Borgoño   CHI 46:32
  Eben Ezer Churqui   BOL 46:35
  Oswaldo Ortega   ECU 46:37
4 Calisto Sevegnani   BRA 46:37
5 Elias Reynaga   BOL 47:47
6 Yerko Araya   CHI 49:44
7 James Rendón   COL 50:05
8 Edward Araya   CHI 50:58
9 Fernando Matus   CHI 51:59
10 Robinson Vivar   ECU 52:20
11 Luis Saavedra   ARG 58:12
12 Carlos Arriola   ARG 59:50
13 Nataniel Florit   ARG 1:04:27
Miguel Quisnancela   ECU DQ

Team 10km Men Youth (U18)Edit

Place Country Points
    Chile 15 pts
    Argentina 36 pts

Women's 20kmEdit

Place Athlete Time
  Geovanna Irusta   BOL 1:41:21
  Gianetti Bonfim   BRA 1:42:23
  Morelba Useche   VEN 1:43:23
4 Tânia Spindler   BRA 1:47:03
5 Marcela Pacheco   CHI 1:47:37
6 Rosane Prigol   BRA 1:49:23
7 Lidia Carriego   ARG 1:57:15
Sandra Zapata   COL DQ

Team 20km WomenEdit

Place Country Points
    Brazil 12 pts

Women's 10km Junior (U20)Edit

Place Athlete Time
  Alessandra Picagevicz   BRA 49:54
  Cisiane Dutra Lopes   BRA 50:11
  Johana Malla   ECU 52:34
4 Erica de Sena   BRA 52:44
5 Johana Ordóñez   ECU 52:45
6 Gina Meneses   COL 53:53
7 Josette Sepúlveda   CHI 54:05
8 Adriana Jara   ECU 56:20
9 Carla Litardo   ECU 56:20
10 Marisol Cea   CHI 57:24
11 Claudia Troncoso   CHI 59:49
12 Paola Medina   ARG 1:09:13
Lizbeth Zúñiga   PER DQ

Team 10km Women Junior (U20)Edit

Place Country Points
    Brazil 7 pts
    Ecuador 16 pts
    Chile 28 pts

Women's 5km Youth (U18)Edit

Place Athlete Time
  Johana Malla   ECU 25:14
  Luz Villamarín   COL 25:20
  Johana Ordóñez   ECU 25:21
4 Erica de Sena   BRA 26:35
5 Adriana Jara   ECU 27:01
6 Carla Litardo   ECU 27:24
7 Marcela Iturra   CHI 27:52
8 Anita Rico   CHI 28:14
9 Anita Jara   CHI 29:45
10 Vanessa Contreras   CHI 30:06
11 Dennis Oyarzún   CHI 30:10
12 Lucy Lezcano   PAR 33:06
13 Ana Alfonso   ARG 33:09
Elizabeth Bravo   ECU DQ

Team 5km Women Youth (U18)Edit

Place Country Points
    Ecuador 9 pts
    Chile 24 pts

ParticipationEdit

The participation of 83 athletes from 9 countries is reported.[2][3][4]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (October 1, 2002), Maggi closes season on a high note at the "Troféu Brasil", IAAF, retrieved August 13, 2013
  2. ^ a b FEDERACION ATLETICA DE CHILE - ASOCIACION ATLETICA REGIONAL DE LA ARAUCANIA - CLUB DEPORTIVO SAAVEDRA - XIV COPA SUDAMERICANA DE MARCHA EN RUTA (in Spanish), Marcha Atlética Org, archived from the original on December 4, 2014, retrieved August 12, 2013
  3. ^ a b Asociacion Atletica Regional de La Araucania - 2002 - RESULTADOS OFICIALES - CLUB DEPORTIVO SAAVEDRAS - XIV COPA SUDAMERICANA DE MARCHA EN RUTA (in Spanish), Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo, retrieved August 12, 2013
  4. ^ a b Asociacion Atletica Regional de La Araucania - CLUB DEPORTIVO SAAVEDRAS - XIV COPA SUDAMERICANA DE MARCHA EN RUTA - RESULTADOS OFICIALES (in Spanish), archived from the original on March 4, 2016, retrieved August 12, 2013
  5. ^ WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), World Junior Athletics History ("WJAH"), archived from the original on September 23, 2018, retrieved August 11, 2013