2013 South American Cross Country Championships

The 2013 South American Cross Country Championships took place on February 24, 2013. The races were held at the Parque del Complejo Ayuí Resort y Spa Termal in Concordia, Entre Ríos, Argentina.[1] A detailed report of the event was given for the IAAF.[2]

2013 South American Cross Country Championships
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OrganisersCONSUDATLE
Edition28th
DateFebruary 24
Host cityConcordia, Entre Ríos, Argentina Argentina
VenueParque del Complejo Ayuí Resort y Spa Termal
Events6
Distances12 km – Senior men
8 km – Junior men (U20)
4 km – Youth men (U18)
8 km – Senior women
6 km – Junior women (U20)
3 km – Youth women (U18)
Participation91 athletes from
7 nations

Complete results were published.[3][4]

MedallistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
Senior men
(12 km)
Gilmar Lopes
  Brazil
39:58 Valério Fabiano
  Brazil
40:01 Leandro Prates Oliveira
  Brazil
40:12
Junior (U20) men
(8 km)
Thiago do Rosário André
  Brazil
27:09 Adélio dos Santos
  Brazil
27:27 Victor Alves da Silva
  Brazil
27:32
Youth (U18) men
(4 km)
Wewerton Fidelis
  Brazil
13:26 Felipe Rocha e Pinto
  Brazil
13:42 Mateus Santos de Jesus
  Brazil
13:45
Senior women
(8 km)
Cruz Nonata da Silva
  Brazil
30:25 Nadia Rodríguez
  Argentina
30:50 Michele das Chagas
  Brazil
31:04
Junior (U20) women
(6 km)
Jéssica Ladeira Soares
  Brazil
23:26 Belén Casetta
  Argentina
23:51 Hetaira Palacios
  Perú
23:58
Youth (U18) women
(3 km)
Aldana Sabatel
  Uruguay
11:20 Sheyla Eulogio Paucar
  Perú
11:26 Carolina Lozano
  Argentina
11:32
Team
Senior men   Brazil 12   Uruguay 36   Argentina 38
Junior (U20) men   Brazil 12   Argentina 38   Uruguay 44
Youth (U18) men   Brazil 6   Argentina 15   Uruguay 27
Senior women   Brazil 13   Argentina 29   Uruguay 56
Junior (U20) women   Brazil 22   Argentina 33   Uruguay 53
Youth (U18) women   Argentina 16   Uruguay 24

Race resultsEdit

Senior men's race (12 km)Edit

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
  Gilmar Lopes   Brazil 39:58
  Valério Fabiano   Brazil 40:01
  Leandro Prates Oliveira   Brazil 40:12
4 Santiago Casco   Uruguay 40:58
5 Raúl Machacuay   Perú 41:10
6 Éderson Pereira   Brazil 41:43
7 Jorge Luis Mérida   Argentina 42:15
8 Martín Méndez   Argentina 42:33
9 Eduardo Gregorio   Uruguay 43:06
10 Roberto Carlos Balcedo   Argentina 43:18
11 Martín Cuestas   Uruguay 43:48
12 Nicolas Cuestas   Uruguay 44:19
13 Enrique José Costa   Argentina 44:55
14 Franco Forestier   Uruguay 45:12
Derlis Ayala   Paraguay DNF
Daniel Chaves da Silva   Brazil DNF
Teams
Rank Team Points
    Brazil
Gilmar Lopes 1
Valério Fabiano 2
Leandro Prates Oliveira 3
Éderson Pereira 6
12
    Uruguay
Santiago Casco 4
Eduardo Gregorio 9
Martín Cuestas 11
Nicolas Cuestas 12
36
    Argentina
Jorge Luis Mérida 7
Martín Méndez 8
Roberto Carlos Balcedo 10
Enrique José Costa 13
38

Junior (U20) men's race (8 km)Edit

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
  Thiago do Rosário André   Brazil 27:09
  Adélio dos Santos   Brazil 27:27
  Victor Alves da Silva   Brazil 27:32
4 Jhordan Alonso Ccope   Perú 27:39
5 Leonel César   Argentina 27:41
6 José Rodrigo Vieira da Silva   Brazil 28:04
7 Lucas Jaramillo   Chile 28:12
8 Gabriel Corda   Argentina 28:54
9 Óscar Cáceres   Uruguay 29:17
10 Mauricio Castillo   Uruguay 29:45
11 Cristian Segovia   Uruguay 29:47
12 Nicolás Giménez   Argentina 30:11
13 Juan Ignacio Segovia   Argentina 30:42
14 Andrés Blasina   Uruguay 31:09
15 Fernando Benítez   Uruguay 32:28
Teams
Rank Team Points
    Brazil
Thiago do Rosário André 1
Adélio dos Santos 2
Victor Alves da Silva 3
José Rodrigo Vieira da Silva 6
12
    Argentina
Leonel César 5
Gabriel Corda 8
Nicolás Giménez 12
Juan Ignacio Segovia 13
38
    Uruguay
Óscar Cáceres 9
Mauricio Castillo 10
Cristian Segovia 11
Andrés Blasina 14
44

Youth (U18) men's race (4 km)Edit

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
  Wewerton Fidelis   Brazil 13:26
  Felipe Rocha e Pinto   Brazil 13:42
  Mateus Santos de Jesus   Brazil 13:45
4 Diego Olmedo   Argentina 14:00
5 Germán Elizondo   Argentina 14:04
6 Gerardo Larios   Argentina 14:20
7 Gabriel Rodríguez   Argentina 14:24
8 Kevin Gadea   Uruguay 14:33
9 Mariano Moreira   Uruguay 14:37
10 Waldemar González   Uruguay 15:15
11 Nicolás Opizzo   Uruguay 15:36
12 Santiago Navarrete   Uruguay 16:12
Teams
Rank Team Points
    Brazil
Wewerton Fidelis 1
Felipe Rocha e Pinto 2
Mateus Santos de Jesus 3
6
    Argentina
Diego Olmedo 4
Germán Elizondo 5
Gerardo Larios 6
15
    Uruguay
Kevin Gadea 8
Mariano Moreira 9
Waldemar González 10
27

Senior women's race (8 km)Edit

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
  Cruz Nonata da Silva   Brazil 30:25
  Nadia Rodríguez   Argentina 30:50
  Michele das Chagas   Brazil 31:04
4 Sueli Silva   Brazil 31:15
5 Tatiele Roberta de Carvalho   Brazil 31:37
6 Fiorella Hermitaño   Perú 32:03
7 Hortencia Arzapalo   Perú 32:29
8 Viviana Micaela Chávez   Argentina 32:57
9 Nancy Soledad Gallo   Argentina 33:27
10 Lorena Carussi   Argentina 33:55
11 María Laura Bazallo   Uruguay 34:20
12 María Verónica Domínguez   Paraguay 35:28
13 Rosa Elizabeth Ramos   Paraguay 35:55
14 Marisol Redón   Uruguay 36:33
15 Laura del Puerto   Uruguay 37:48
16 Lorena Sosa   Uruguay 38:25
17 Ana Laura Méndez   Uruguay 39:34
Teams
Rank Team Points
    Brazil
Cruz Nonata da Silva 1
Michele das Chagas 3
Sueli Silva 4
Tatiele Roberta de Carvalho 5
13
    Argentina
Nadia Rodríguez 2
Viviana Micaela Chávez 8
Nancy Soledad Gallo 9
Lorena Carussi 10
29
    Uruguay
María Laura Bazallo 11
Marisol Redón 14
Laura del Puerto 15
Lorena Sosa 16
56

Junior (U20) women's race (6 km)Edit

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
  Jéssica Ladeira Soares   Brazil 23:26
  Belén Casetta   Argentina 23:51
  Hetaira Palacios   Perú 23:58
4 Evelyn Escobar   Perú 24:18
5 Sunilda Lozano   Perú 24:36
6 Nathalia de Assis Ramalho   Brazil 24:41
7 July Ferreira da Silva   Brazil 24:46
8 Jacira Coutinho de Freitas Santos   Brazil 25:26
9 Sofía Luna   Argentina 25:52
10 Tamara Arias   Argentina 26:15
11 María Pía Fernández   Uruguay 26:30
12 Raffaella Bellizzi   Argentina 27:27
13 Mónica Acuña   Uruguay 28:59
14 Camila Prado   Uruguay 29:18
15 Jennifer Vivas   Uruguay 29:51
16 Verónica Moraña   Uruguay 30:17
Teams
Rank Team Points
    Brazil
Jéssica Ladeira Soares 1
Nathalia de Assis Ramalho 6
July Ferreira da Silva 7
Jacira Coutinho de Freitas Santos 8
22
    Argentina
Belén Casetta 2
Sofía Luna 9
Tamara Arias 10
Raffaella Bellizzi 12
33
    Uruguay
María Pía Fernández 11
Mónica Acuña 13
Camila Prado 14
Jennifer Vivas 15
53

Youth (U18) women's race (3 km)Edit

Individual race
Rank Athlete Country Time
  Aldana Sabatel   Uruguay 11:20
  Sheyla Eulogio Paucar   Perú 11:26
  Carolina Lozano   Argentina 11:32
4 Nélida Palomino   Perú 11:43
5 Luz Mariana Paco   Bolivia 11:47
6 Melina Mandrile   Argentina 11:50
7 Jennifer Rodríguez   Argentina 12:07
8 Thayna Silva de Melo   Brazil 12:16
9 Tania Tolomeo   Argentina 12:26
10 Ana Karolyne de Campos Silva   Brazil 12:32
11 Aldana Machado   Uruguay 12:49
12 Alfonsina Rivedieu   Uruguay 13:23
13 Nicole Techera   Uruguay 13:57
14 Valentina Álvarez   Uruguay 14:31
Graziele Zarri   Brazil DNF
Teams
Rank Team Points
    Argentina
Carolina Lozano 3
Melina Mandrile 6
Jennifer Rodríguez 7
16
    Uruguay
Aldana Sabatel 1
Aldana Machado 11
Alfonsina Rivedieu 12
24
  Brazil
Thayna Silva de Melo 8
Ana Karolyne de Campos Silva 10
Graziele Zarri DNF
DNF

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

  *   Host nation (Argentina)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Brazil (BRA)103417
2  Argentina (ARG)*1629
3  Uruguay (URU)1247
4  Peru (PER)0112
Totals (4 nations)12121135
  • Note: Totals include both individual and team medals, with medals in the team competition counting as one medal.

ParticipationEdit

According to an unofficial count, 91 athletes from 7 countries participated. This is in agreement with the official numbers as published.[3]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ XXVIII CAMPEONATO SUDAMERICANO DE CROSS COUNTRY CONCORDIA - ARG - 24 DE FEBRERO DEL 2013 - MANUAL TECNICO (PDF) (in Spanish), CONSUDATLE, archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-01-02, retrieved January 1, 2014
  2. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (February 24, 2013), Brazil's Lopes and da Silva win South American Cross Country titles, IAAF, retrieved January 1, 2014
  3. ^ a b 28º Campeonato Sudamericano de Cross Country - RESULTADOS GENERALES (PDF), CBAt, February 24, 2013, retrieved January 1, 2014
  4. ^ 28º Campeonato Sudamericano de Cross Country - RESULTADOS GENERALES (PDF), CONSUDATLE, February 24, 2013, archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-01-02, retrieved January 1, 2014