Athletics at the 1989 Bolivarian Games

Athletics competitions at the 1989 Bolivarian Games were held at the Estadio José Pachencho Romero in Maracaibo, Venezuela, between January 14–25, 1989.

Athletics at the XI Bolivarian Games
DatesJanuary 14–25
Host cityMaracaibo, Venezuela Venezuela
VenueEstadio José Pachencho Romero
LevelSenior
Events40 (23 men, 17 women)


A detailed history of the early editions of the Bolivarian Games between 1938 and 1989 was published in a book written (in Spanish) by José Gamarra Zorrilla, former president of the Bolivian Olympic Committee, and first president (1976-1982) of ODESUR.[1] Gold medal winners from Ecuador were published by the Comité Olímpico Ecuatoriano.[2]

A total of 40 events were contested, 23 by men and 17 by women.

Medal summaryEdit

Medal winners were published.[3]

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: 4.7 m/s)   Florencio Aguilar (PAN) 10.49 w   Arnaldo Oquendo (VEN) 10.58 w   Cristóbal Caguao (VEN) 10.62 w
200 metres (wind: 1.2 m/s)   Jesús Malavé (VEN) 21.10   Florencio Aguilar (PAN) 21.27   Richard Kristen (VEN) 21.51
400 metres   Jesús Malavé (VEN) 46.69   Wilson Cañizales (COL) 46.87   Henry Aguiar (VEN) 47.30
800 metres   José Abel Segura (COL) 1:51.67   Juan Navarro (VEN) 1:52.56   Héctor Caicedo (COL) 1:53.76
1500 metres   José Abel Segura (COL) 3:55.54   Juan Navarro (VEN) 3:57.03   Reynaldo Cuadros (PER) 3:57.62
5000 metres   Juan José Castillo (PER) 14:18.11   Rolando Vera (ECU) 14:24.64   Juan Díaz (VEN) 14:39.06
10000 metres   Rolando Vera (ECU) 29:54.22   Néstor Jami (ECU) 30:37.65   Oscar Mejías (VEN) 30:59.62
Half Marathon   Pedro Ortiz (COL) 1:07:46   Silvio Guerra (ECU) 1:08:25   Gustavo Paredes (ECU) 1:08:43
3000 metres steeplechase   Juan José Castillo (PER) 8:56.98   Eddy Punina (ECU) 9:03.87   Arnaldo Rivas (VEN) 9:09.29
110 metres hurdles (wind: 2.0 m/s)   Eliexer Pulgar (VEN) 14.19   Juan Saldarriaga (COL) 14.30   Luis Bazán (VEN) 14.43
400 metres hurdles   Wilfredo Ferrer (VEN) 51.56   Antonio Smith (VEN) 53.10   Arnold Chara (COL) 53.11
High Jump   Santiago Lozada (PER) 2.14   Iaston Fuller (VEN) 2.06   Fernando Valiente (PER) 2.06
Pole Vault   Konstantín Zagustín (VEN) 4.70   Juan Saldarriaga (COL) 4.70   Dean Torres (ECU) 4.30
Long Jump   Ángel Tovar (VEN) 7.36   Fernando Valiente (PER) 7.28   Jorge González (COL) 7.18
Triple Jump   Sergio Saavedra (VEN) 15.96   José Quiñaliza (ECU) 15.92   Ricardo Valiente (PER) 15.60
Shot Put   Carlos Aragón (COL) 15.38   Wilfredo Jaimes (VEN) 15.08   Luis García (ECU) 13.23
Discus Throw   Wilfredo Jaimes (VEN) 46.66   Luis Fernando Garrido (COL) 46.06   Luis Palacios (VEN) 43.28
Hammer Throw   David Castrillón (COL) 57.54   Roberto Lozano (COL) 52.48   Carlos López (VEN) 52.44
Javelin Throw   Luis Lucumí (COL) 71.12   Luis Martínez (COL) 69.94   Luis Carrasco (VEN) 69.72
Decathlon   Fidel Solórzano (ECU) 6637   José Velázquez (VEN) 5034
20 Kilometres Road Walk   Héctor Moreno (COL) 1:29:07   Carlos Ramones (VEN) 1:29:36   Juan Rojas (ECU) 1:30:17
4 x 100 metres relay   Venezuela 40.66   Colombia
Robinson Urrutia
Wilson Cañizales
Jhon Mena
Juan Villamizar
40.91   Peru 41.39
4 x 400 metres relay   Colombia
Arnold Chará
Juan Villamizar
Javier Bermúdez
Wilson Cañizales
3:13.20   Venezuela 3:13.28   Peru 3:17.63

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres (wind: 2.8 m/s)   Amparo Caicedo (COL) 11.41 w   Alejandra Quiñones (COL) 11.87 w   Marbelis Barriga (VEN) 12.08 w
200 metres (wind: 1.8 m/s)   Amparo Caicedo (COL) 23.36   Norfalia Carabalí (COL) 23.37   Emy Ochoa (VEN) 24.77
400 metres   Norfalia Carabalí (COL) 54.27   Filomena Casierra (ECU) 57.55   Rosa Magaly Segovia (COL) 57.66
800 metres   Milexa Figueroa (VEN) 2:15.01   Ingrid Rosero (ECU) 2:15.06   Rocío Estrada (COL) 2:15.73
1500 metres   Damelis Guerra (VEN) 4:35.86   Elvira Velandra (COL) 4:37.33   Ovilma Ruíz (VEN) 4:39.49
5000 metres   Martha Tenorio (ECU) 16:50.28   Elvira Velandra (COL) 17:03.60   Elvia Euconsela (ECU) 17:24.05
100 metres hurdles   Nancy Vallecilla (ECU) 13.59 w   Arlene Phillips (VEN) 13.92 w   Martha Dinas (COL) 14.81 w
400 metres hurdles   Maribelsy Peña (COL) 61.21   Ingrid Rosero (ECU) 64.00   Rosa Urbina (VEN) 64.82
High Jump   Fernanda Mosquera (COL) 1.70   Nancy Vallecilla (ECU) 1.64   Yanelis Barreto (VEN) 1.61
Long Jump   Nancy Vallecilla (ECU) 5.72   Sorelis Bohórquez (VEN) 5.65   Daisy Zereceda (PER) 5.57
Shot Put   María Isabel Urrutia (COL) 15.41   Virginia Salomón (VEN) 13.70   Carmen Chalá (ECU) 13.55
Discus Throw   María Isabel Urrutia (COL) 50.22   Yunaira Piña (VEN) 44.30   Jenny Quintero (VEN) 42.32
Javelin Throw   Marieta Riera (VEN) 54.22   Mariela Riera (VEN) 47.52   Zorobabelia Córdoba (COL) 45.94
Heptathlon   Nancy Vallecilla (ECU) 5102   Zorobabelia Córdoba (COL) 4724   Milly Figueroa (COL) 4414
10 Kilometres Track Walk   Miriam Ramón (ECU) 46:15.2   Luisa Nivicela (ECU) 48:25.8   Gloria Moreno (COL) 49:01.6
4 x 100 metres relay   Colombia
Elia Mera
Alejandra Quiñones
Amparo Caicedo
Norfalia Carabalí
46.00   Venezuela 46.91   Ecuador 49.35
4 x 400 metres relay   Colombia
Magaly Segovia
Alejandra Quiñones
Maribelsi Peña
Norfalia Carabalí
3:44.42   Ecuador

Medal table (unofficial)Edit

  *   Host nation (Venezuela)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Colombia (COL)1712938
2  Venezuela (VEN)*12151643
3  Ecuador (ECU)710825
4  Peru (PER)31610
5  Panama (PAN)1102
Totals (5 nations)403939118


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gamarra Zorrilla, José, Bolivia Olímpica Capítulos VI al VIII (PDF) (in Spanish), ANDES Academia del Conocimiento y el Desarrollo "Fernando Diez de Medina", retrieved June 28, 2012
  2. ^ CUADRO DE MEDALLISTAS ECUATORIANOS EN LA HISTORIA DE LOS J. D. B. POR EDICIÓN (PDF) (in Spanish), Comité Olímpico Ecuatoriano, archived from the original (PDF) on June 8, 2012, retrieved June 28, 2012
  3. ^ BOLIVARIAN GAMES, Athletics Weekly, retrieved June 27, 2012