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2005 South American Championships in Athletics

43rd South American Championships
Host stadium in Cali.
Host city Cali, Colombia
Date(s) 21–24 July 2005
Main stadium Estadio Pascual Guerrero
Events 44
Records set ? Championships records

The 2005 South American Championships in Athletics were held at the Estadio Pascual Guerrero in Cali, Colombia from July 21 to July 24, 2005. Detailed day-by-day reports can be found on the IAAF website.[1][2][3]

Medal summary

For full event details see 2005 South American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres André da Silva
Brazil
10.32 Vicente de Lima
Brazil
10.37 Heber Viera
Uruguay
10.43
200 metres André da Silva
Brazil
20.33w Heber Viera
Uruguay
20.62w Geronimo Goeloe
Netherlands Antilles
20.80w
400 metres Andrés Silva
Uruguay
45.38 Sanderlei Parrela
Brazil
45.83 Gustavo Aguirre
Argentina
46.43
800 metres Fabiano Peçanha
Brazil
1:47.02 Diego Chargal Gomes
Brazil
1:48.30 John Chávez
Colombia
1:48.65
1500 metres Fabiano Peçanha
Brazil
3:41.51 Byron Piedra
Ecuador
3:41.90 Javier Carriqueo
Argentina
3:45.53
5000 metres Byron Piedra
Ecuador
14:12.24 Jacinto López
Colombia
14:14.07 Javier Carriqueo
Argentina
14:19.10
10000 metres José Carrasco
Colombia
30:07.24 John Cusi
Peru
30:14.74 Diego Colorado
Colombia
30:15.55
3000 metres steeplechase Mariano Mastromarino
Argentina
9:02.89 Fernando Fernandes
Brazil
9:04.46 Sergio Lobos
Chile
9:08.59
110 metres hurdles Redelen dos Santos
Brazil
13.46w Paulo Villar
Colombia
13.49w Mateus Inocencio
Brazil
13.72w
400 metres hurdles Tiago Bueno
Brazil
50.87 Víctor Solarte
Venezuela
51.00 Cleverson da Silva
Brazil
52.32
4 x 100 metres relay Brazil
André da Silva
Vicente de Lima
Jorge Célio Sena
José Carlos Moreira
39.17 Colombia
Harlin Echavarría
Eduard Mena
Daniel Grueso
Nicoll Navas
39.85 Ecuador
Andrés Gallegos
Oscar Mina
Hugo Chila
Luis Morán
40.45
4 x 400 metres relay Brazil
Luís Ambrosio
Sanderlei Parrela
Thiago Chyaromont
Wagner Souza
3:04.15 Colombia
Amílcar Torres
Franklin Murillo
Javier Mosquera
Carlos Pena
3:05.94 Argentina
Gustavo Aguirre
Iván Altamirano
Christian Deymonnaz
José Ignacio Pignataro
3:08.61
20000 metres track walk Jefferson Pérez
Ecuador
1:22:54.4 CR Rolando Saquipay
Ecuador
1:22:55.4 Luis Fernando López
Colombia
1:23:43.2
High jump Gilmar Mayo
Colombia
2.22 Erasmo Jara
Argentina
2.19 Rodrigo Santos
Brazil
2.16
Pole vault Fábio Gomes da Silva
Brazil
5.40 =CR Javier Benítez
Argentina
5.20 Germán Chiaraviglio
Argentina
5.10
Long jump Erivaldo Vieira
Brazil
8.15 CR Thiago Dias
Brazil
7.93 Esteban Copland
Venezuela
7.92
Triple jump Jefferson Sabino
Brazil
16.24 Hugo Chila
Ecuador
15.91 Carlos Carabalí
Colombia
15.85
Shot put Marco Antonio Verni
Chile
18.43 Yojer Medina
Venezuela
18.32 Jhonny Rodríguez
Colombia
18.22
Discus throw Jorge Balliengo
Argentina
60.97 CR Marcelo Pugliese
Argentina
56.76 Ronald Juliao
Brazil
56.51
Hammer throw Juan Cerra
Argentina
72.03 Wagner Domingos
Brazil
67.33 Patricio Palma
Chile
67.10
Javelin throw Luiz Fernando da Silva
Brazil
79.44 Júlio César de Oliveira
Brazil
73.60 Noraldo Palacios
Colombia
73.54
Decathlon Jorge Naranjo
Chile
7489 Ivan da Silva
Brazil
7437 Andrés Mantilla
Colombia
7383

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 events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Lucimar de Moura
Brazil
11.25 Melisa Murillo
Colombia
11.39 Luciana dos Santos
Brazil
11.46
200 metres Lucimar de Moura
Brazil
22.98w Felipa Palacios
Colombia
23.14w Wilmary Álvarez
Venezuela
23.14w
400 metres Maria Laura Almirao
Brazil
52.32 Geisa Coutinho
Brazil
52.94 Wilmary Álvarez
Venezuela
53.57
800 metres Rosibel García
Colombia
2:03.28 Jenny Mejías
Venezuela
2:04.93 Perla dos Santos
Brazil
2:06.04
1500 metres Rosibel García
Colombia
4:29.63 María Peralta
Argentina
4:30.37 Valeria Rodríguez
Argentina
4:31.35
5000 metres Bertha Sánchez
Colombia
16:47.03 Lucélia Peres
Brazil
17:03.55 Nadir Sabino Siqueira
Brazil
17:16.33
10000 metres Bertha Sánchez
Colombia
34:34.40 Lucélia Peres
Brazil
34:51.12 Ruby Riativa
Colombia
35:38.02
3000 metres steeplechase Patrícia Lobo
Brazil
10:36.21 Mónica Amboya
Ecuador
10:43.67 Yolanda Caballero
Colombia
10:48.36
100 metres hurdles Maíla Machado
Brazil
13.18 Princesa Oliveros
Chile
13.51 Brigith Merlano
Colombia
13.68
400 metres hurdles Perla dos Santos
Brazil
58.33 Lucimar Teodoro
Brazil
59.27 Lucy Jaramillo
Ecuador
59.78
4 x 100 metres relay Colombia
Melisa Murillo
Felipa Palacios
Darlenys Obregón
Norma González
43.17 CR Brazil
Luciana dos Santos
Lucimar de Moura
Raquel da Costa
Thatiana Regina Ignâcio
44.35 Chile
María José Echeverría
Daniela Riderelli
María Fernanda Mackenna
Nicole Manríquez
45.37
4 x 400 metres relay Brazil
Amanda Dias
Geisa Coutinho
Maria Laura Almirao
Lucimar Teodoro
3:29.24 Colombia
María Alejandra Idrobo
Rosibel García
Felipa Palacios
Norma González
3:36.95 Chile
María José Echeverría
Daniela Riderelli
María Fernanda Mackenna
Nicole Manríquez
3:40.49
20000 metres track walk Sandra Zapata
Colombia
1:40:54.20 Tatiana Orellana
Ecuador
1:45:12.40 Gianetti Bonfim
Brazil
1:47:16.10
High jump Catherine Ibargüen
Colombia
1.93 CR Solange Witteveen
Argentina
1.88 Eliana da Silva
Brazil
Marielys Rojas
Venezuela
1.79
Pole vault Joana Costa
Brazil
4.20 Fabiana Murer
Brazil
4.00 Milena Agudelo
Colombia
4.00
Long jump Luciana dos Santos
Brazil
6.39 Keila Costa
Brazil
6.32 Catherine Ibargüen
Colombia
6.30
Triple jump Gisele de Oliveira
Brazil
13.90 Keila Costa
Brazil
13.75 Catherine Ibargüen
Colombia
13.59
Shot put Andréa Pereira
Brazil
16.60 Luz Dary Castro
Colombia
16.27 Rosario Ramos
Venezuela
14.67
Discus throw Luz Dary Castro
Colombia
53.49 Rosario Ramos
Venezuela
52.46 Renata de Figueiredo
Brazil
51.74
Hammer throw Jennifer Dahlgren
Argentina
65.05 CR Johana Moreno
Colombia
61.65 Rosa Rodríguez
Venezuela
61.51
Javelin throw Alessandra Resende
Brazil
56.06 Zuleima Araméndiz
Colombia
54.81 Romina Maggi
Argentina
48.76
Heptathlon Elizete da Silva
Brazil
5429 Andrea Bordalejo
Argentina
5249 Daniela Crespo
Argentina
5170

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 table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Brazil 25 16 10 51
2 Colombia 10 11 13 34
3 Argentina 4 6 8 18
4 Ecuador 2 5 2 9
5 Chile 2 0 4 6
6 Uruguay 1 1 1 3
7 Venezuela 0 4 6 10
8 Peru 0 1 0 1
9 Netherlands Antilles 0 0 1 1

See also

References

  1. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (2005-07-23), Brazil dominates - 43rd South American Champs, Day One, IAAF, retrieved 2011-01-29 
  2. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (2005-07-24), South American Championships, Day Two, IAAF, retrieved 2011-01-29 
  3. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (2005-07-24), Brazil wins overall at the South American Championships, Final Day, IAAF, retrieved 2011-01-29 

External links

  • Men Results - GBR Athletics
  • Women Results - GBR Athletics
  • Results (archived)
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