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Brazilian Athletics Confederation

Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo
Sport Athletics
Jurisdiction Confederation
Founded December 2, 1977 (1977-12-02)
Affiliation IAAF
Regional affiliation CONSUDATLE
Affiliation date 1922 (1922)
Headquarters São Paulo, São Paulo
President José Antonio Martins Fernandes
Vice president Warlindo Carneiro da Silva Filho
Secretary Martinho Nobre dos Santos
Sponsor Caixa Econômica Federal
Replaced Federação Brasileira de Sportes Atleticos
(founded) 1914 (1914)
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Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo (CBAt; Brazilian Athletics Confederation) is the governing body for the sport of athletics in Brazil.[1] President for the period 2013-2016 is José Antonio Martins Fernandes.[2][1][3][4]


  • History 1
  • Affiliations 2
  • Member federations 3
  • National records 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


CBAt was founded on December 2, 1977. It replaced the Federação Brasileira de Sportes Atleticos, which was founded in 1914.[5]

Former president until 2013 was Roberto Gesta de Melo.


CBAt is the national member federation for Brazil in the following international organisations:

Moreover, it is part of the following national organisations:

Member federations

CBAt comprises the athletics federations of the Brazilian federal states.[6]
State Organisation Link
Acre Federação Acreana de Atletismo - FAcA
Alagoas Federação Alagoana de Atletismo - FAAt
Amapá Federação de Atletismo do Amapá - FAAp
Amazonas Federação Desportiva de Atletismo do Estado do Amazonas - FEDAEAM
Bahia Federação Bahiana de Atletismo - FBA
Ceará Federação Cearense de Atletismo - FCAt
Distrito Federal Federação de Atletismo do Distrito Federal - FAtDF
Espírito Santo Federação Capixaba de Atletismo - FECAt
Goiás Federação Goiana de Atletismo - FGAt
Maranhão Federação Atlética Maranhense - FAMA
Mato Grosso Federação de Atletismo de Mato Grosso - FAMT
Mato Grosso do Sul Federação de Atletismo de Mato Grosso do Sul - FAMS
Minas Gerais Federação Mineira de Atletismo - FMA
Pará Federação Paraense de Atletismo - FPAt
Paraíba Federação Paraibana de Atletismo - FPbA
Paraná Federação de Atletismo do Paraná - FAP
Pernambuco Federação Pernambucana de Atletismo - FEPA
Piauí Federação de Atletismo do Piauí - FAPI
Rio de Janeiro Federação de Atletismo do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - FARJ
Rio Grande do Norte Federação Norte-Rio-Grandense de Atletismo - FNA
Rio Grande do Sul Federação de Atletismo do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul - FAERGS
Rondônia Federação de Atletismo de Rondônia - FARO
Roraima Federação Roraimense de Atletismo - FERA
Santa Catarina Federação Catarinense de Atletismo - FCA
São Paulo Federação Paulista de Atletismo - FPA
Sergipe Federação Sergipana de Atletismo - FSAt
Tocantins Federação de Atletismo do Estado do Tocantins - FATO

National records

CBAt maintains the Brazilian records in athletics


  1. ^ a b Estatuto - Aprovado em 10.02.2012 (in Portuguese), Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo, February 10, 2012, retrieved September 26, 2012 
  2. ^ Toninho é eleito presidente da CBAt de 2013 a 2016 - Em assembleia realizada nesta sexta-feira, José Antonio Martins Fernandes recebeu 40 dos 41 votos (in Portuguese),  
  3. ^ DIRETORIA - Período 2009 / 2012 - Atualizada em 02.02.11 (in Portuguese), Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo, February 2, 2011, retrieved September 26, 2012 
  4. ^ Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo,  
  5. ^ Matthews, Peter, Historical Dictionary of Track and Field, p. 42, retrieved September 26, 2012 
  6. ^ Federações (in Portuguese), Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo, retrieved September 26, 2012 

External links

  • Official website

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