2017 South American U20 Championships in Athletics

The 42nd South American U20 Championships in Athletics were held in Leonora, Guyana, on 3 and 4 June. It was the first time that this competition was held in Guyana.

XLII South American U20 Championships in Athletics
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Dates3–4 June
Host cityLeonora, Guyana Guyana
VenueNational Track and Field Centre
LevelJunior
Events41
Participation11 nations

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
-1.6 m/s
Compton Caesar
  Guyana
10.37 Derick Silva
  Brazil
10.45 Daniel Londero
  Argentina
10.70
200 metres Derick Silva
  Brazil
20.92 Compton Caesar
  Guyana
21.45 Enzo Faulbaum
  Chile
21.55
400 metres Miguel Shepper
  Suriname
47.90 Daniel Williams
  Guyana
48.24 Mateo Pascual
  Uruguay
48.30
800 metres Jeferson dos Santos
  Brazil
1:56.35 Samuel Lynch
  Guyana
1:57.26 Anfernee Headecker
  Guyana
1:57.87
1500 metres Jeferson dos Santos
  Brazil
4:00.95 José Zabala
  Argentina
4:02.51 Anfernee Headecker
  Guyana
4:02.81
5000 metres Daniel do Nascimento
  Brazil
14:53.71 Yuri Labra
  Peru
14:54.24 Carlos Hernández
  Colombia
14:56.33
10,000 metres Daniel do Nascimento
  Brazil
31:01.64 Yuri Labra
  Peru
32:13.78 Omar Ramos
  Peru
35:39.20
110 metres hurdles (99 cm) -1.9 m/s Marcos Herrera
  Ecuador
13.58 Vittor Souza
  Brazil
13.87 Diego Vivas
  Colombia
13.99
400 metres hurdles Caio Giovani Martins
  Brazil
54.78 Eher Ali Romana
  Colombia
55.65 Terrence Fraser
  Guyana
58.07
3000 m steeplechase Walace Caldas
  Brazil
9:26.40 Edwar Condori
  Peru
9:33.20 Alexander Huanca
  Peru
9:35.40
4 × 100 m relay   Brazil
Cleverson Pereira Junior
Gabriel Oliveira
Derick Silva
Vittor Souza
41.29   Guyana
Daniel Williams
Tyrell Peters
Ryan Bramble
Compton Caesar
41.30   Colombia
Juan David Moreno
Diego Vivas
Samuel Mauricio González
Yeimer Palacios
42.38
4 × 400 m relay   Colombia
Nicolas Salinas
Manuel Henao
Eher Ali Romana
Samuel Mauricio González
3:20.85   Suriname
Bargalvio Sallesman
Miguel Shepper
Astrando Piñas
Daniel Peng
3:33.91   Argentina
Lautaro Benitez
Valentin Della
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José Zabala
3:35.94
10,000 m track walk Jhonathan Amores
  Ecuador
45:34.90 César Herrera
  Colombia
45:56.70 Matheus Correa
  Brazil
46:12.50
High jump Luan Barbosa de Souza
  Brazil
1.95 Tortque Boyce
  Guyana
1.90 Daniel Williams
  Guyana
1.90
Long jump José Luis Mandros
  Peru
7.91 Yeimer Palacios
  Colombia
7.69 Gabriel Oliveira
  Brazil
7.62
Triple jump Frixon Chila
  Ecuador
15.76 Arnovis Dalmero
  Colombia
15.64 Geiner Moreno
  Colombia
14.95
Shot put (6 kg) Saymon Hoffmann
  Brazil
16.57 Claudio Romero
  Chile
16.48 Luis Córdoba
  Colombia
15.84
Discus throw (1.75 kg) Saymon Hoffmann
  Brazil
54.59 Wellinton da Cruz Filho
  Brazil
53.91 Claudio Romero
  Chile
52.23
Hammer throw (6 kg) Alencar Pereira
  Brazil
71.42 Roberto Montiel
  Chile
66.31 Only 2 participants
Javelin throw Pedro Henrique Rodrigues
  Brazil
69.71 Tramaine Beckles
  Guyana
53.41 Timothy Sealey
  Guyana
48.93
Decathlon (junior)[1] Ignacio Sánchez
  Peru
5271 Dennies Roberts
  Guyana
4936 Jordan de Souza
  Brazil
3361
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)

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
-3.1 m/s
Lorraine Martins
  Brazil
11.56 Onasha Rogers
  Guyana
11.71 Kenisha Phillips
  Guyana
11.78
200 metres
-2.6 m/s
Lorraine Martins
  Brazil
23.89 Romina Cifuentes
  Ecuador
24.19 Kenisha Phillips
  Guyana
24.26
400 metres Tiffani Beatriz Marinho
  Brazil
54.25 Avon Samuels
  Guyana
55.45 Karen Tatiana Segura
  Colombia
57.56
800 metres Johana Arrieta
  Colombia
2:10.41 Joanna Archer
  Guyana
2:19.43 Davinia Asantiba
  Suriname
2:50.68
1500 metres Pietra da Silva
  Brazil
4:31.82 Jarly Camila Marín
  Colombia
4:33.83 Claudrice McKoy
  Guyana
4:39.96
3000 metres Micaela Levaggi
  Argentina
9:58.15 Sheyla Eulogio
  Peru
10:10.06 Lida Meneses
  Peru
10:18.91
5000 metres Virginia Huatarongo
  Peru
18:18.10 Nicole Urra
  Chile
18:20.60 Sheyla Eulogio
  Peru
18:35.70
100 metres hurdles
+0.6 m/s
Maribel Caicedo
  Ecuador
14.32 Vitoria Sena Alves
  Brazil
14.41 María Valentina Sánchez
  Argentina
15.07
400 metres hurdles Valeria Cabezas
  Colombia
60.27 Marlene Ewellyn dos Santos
  Brazil
61.24 Salome Navarro
  Ecuador
63.73
3000 m steeplechase Rina Cjuro
  Peru
10:47.25 Erika Mariela Pilicita
  Ecuador
10:48.63 Clara Macarena Baiocchi
  Argentina
11:08.13
4 × 100 m relay   Ecuador
Salome Navarro
Romina Cifuentes
Katherin Chillambo
Maribel Caicedo
46.47   Colombia
Valeria Cabezas
Angelica Gamboa
Shary Vallecilla
María Fernanda Murillo
47.33   Guyana
Kenisha Phillips
Cassie Small
Avon Samuels
Onasha Rogers
47.43 NR
4 × 400 m relay   Guyana
Avon Samuels
Tandika Haynes
Kenisha Phillips
Joanna Archer
3:51.40   Colombia
Jarly Camila Marín
Marisofia Pinilla
Angelica Gamboa
Johana Arrieta
3:52.14   Argentina
María Valentina Sánchez
Micaela Levaggi
Clara Macarena Baiocchi
Oriana Prieto
4:13.57
10,000 m track walk María Montoya
  Colombia
48:22.4 Evelyn Inga
  Peru
48:33.1 Leyde Guerra
  Peru
49:07.6
High jump María Fernanda Murillo
  Colombia
1.78 Roberta dos Santos
  Brazil
1.75 Candy Toche
  Peru
1.75
Long jump Chantoba Bright
  Guyana
6.30 Vitoria Sena Alves
  Brazil
6.12 Ruth Sanmogan
  Guyana
5.59
Triple jump Mirieli Estaili Santos
  Brazil
12.71 Monifah Djoe
  Suriname
12.33 Chantoba Bright
  Guyana
12.19
Shot put Ailen Armada
  Argentina
14.34 Ana Caroline da Silva
  Brazil
13.92 Jelyza Pengel
  Suriname
11.56
Discus throw Ailen Armada
  Argentina
47.43 Valquiria Meurer
  Brazil
44.19 Dahiana López
  Uruguay
40.74
Hammer throw Mariana García
  Chile
60.42 Ana Lays Bayer
  Brazil
59.96 Araceli Nahuel
  Argentina
53.24
Javelin throw Yuleixi Angulo
  Ecuador
54.00 Fabielle Samira Ferreira
  Brazil
51.74 Kimbily Hilliman
  Guyana
19.82
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)

Medal tableEdit

[2]

  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Brazil (BRA)1811332
2  Ecuador (ECU)6219
3  Colombia (COL)57618
4  Peru (PER)45615
5  Guyana (GUY)*3101225
6  Argentina (ARG)31610
7  Chile (CHI)1326
8  Suriname (SUR)1225
9  Uruguay (URU)0022
Totals (9 nations)414140122

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dennis Roberts is Guyana's ultimate all-rounded junior athlete". Guyana Chronicle. 9 June 2017. Retrieved 20 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Medal table". Archived from the original on 2017-06-22. Retrieved 2017-06-21.

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