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Ibero-American Championships in Athletics

The Ibero-American Championships in Athletics (Spanish: Campeonato Iberoamericano de Atletismo) is a biennial Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo (Ibero-American Athletics Association).[2]

The idea of such a competition first came about in 1982 when the Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo (AIA) was officially formed in Madrid with 22 countries as signatories. Following official sanctioning by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the AIA established the Ibero-American Championships which first took place in Barcelona, Spain in 1983.[3]

Ibero-American Games

The Ibero-American Games (Spanish: Juegos Iberoamericanos) was a precursor to the regional championships and was held twice, first in 1960 and finally in 1962.[4][5][6]
Edition Year City Country Date Venue Nations Athletes Events
I 1960 Santiago  Chile 11–16 October Estadio Nacional 15 325 31
II 1962 Madrid  Spain 7–12 October Estadio de Vallehermoso 17 349 31

Editions

Edition Year City Country Date Venue Nations Athletes Events
I 1983 Barcelona  Spain 23–25 September Estadi Municipal Joan Serrahima 18 143 37
II 1986 Havana  Cuba 27–28 September Estadio Pedro Marrero 19 220 36
III 1988 Mexico City  Mexico 22–24 July Estadio Olímpico Universitario 19 371
IV 1990 Manaus  Brazil 14–16 September Vila Olímpica 14 205
V 1992 Seville  Spain 17–19 July Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla 22 462
VI 1994 Mar del Plata  Argentina 27–30 October Estadio Municipal Teodoro Bronzini 20 346
VII 1996 Medellín  Colombia 29–30 May Estadio Alfonso Galvis Duque 19 352
VIII 1998 Lisbon  Portugal 17–19 July Estádio Universitário de Lisboa 22 337
IX 2000 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil 20–21 May Estádio Célio de Barros 20 297 44
X 2002 Guatemala City  Guatemala 11–12 May Estadio Cementos Progreso 21 312 44
XI 2004 Huelva  Spain 7–8 August Estadio Iberoamericano 27 443 44
XII 2006 Ponce  Puerto Rico 26–28 May Francisco Montaner Stadium 23 313 44
XIII 2008 Iquique  Chile 13–15 June Estadio Tierra de Campeones 19 316 44
XIV 2010 San Fernando  Spain 4–6 June Estadio Municipal Bahía Sur 29 449 44
XV 2012 Barquisimeto  Venezuela 8–10 June Polideportivo Máximo Viloria 24 362 44
XVI 2014 São Paulo  Brazil 1–3 August Estádio Ícaro de Castro Melo 24 353 44

Medal table (1983–2012)

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 161 90 49 300
2  Brazil 153 153 138 444
3  Spain 108 118 113 329
4  Colombia 46 42 54 142
5  Mexico 42 50 37 129
6  Argentina 31 36 53 120
7  Portugal 28 48 46 122
8  Chile 19 25 28 72
9  Puerto Rico 10 18 25 53
10  Ecuador 9 6 16 31
11  Venezuela 8 20 22 50
12  Dominican Republic 6 5 13 24
13  Uruguay 2 4 9 15
14  Panama 2 1 0 3
15  Peru 2 0 6 8
16  Paraguay 1 4 4 9
17  Costa Rica 1 1 0 2
18  Bolivia 0 5 3 8
19  Guatemala 0 3 3 6
20  Honduras 0 1 1 2
21  São Tomé and Príncipe 0 1 0 1
=22  Mozambique 0 0 1 1
=22  Nicaragua 0 0 1 1
Total 631 631 622 1884

Championship records

Key:       Defunct event

Men

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Championship Ref
100 m 10.00 Robson da Silva  Brazil 1988 Mexico City 1988
200 m 20.05 Robson da Silva  Brazil 1988 Mexico City 1988
400 m 44.44 Roberto Hernández  Cuba 1988 Mexico City 1988
800 m 1:44.77 Rafith Rodríguez  Colombia 2 August 2014 São Paulo 2014 [7]
1500 m 3:37.34 Sergio Gallardo  Spain 2004 Huelva 2004
3000 m 7:51.25 Hudson de Souza  Brazil 2004 Huelva 2004
5000 m 13:32.48 Ayad Lamdassem  Spain 2010 San Fernando 2010
10000 m 28:06.88 Armando Quintanilla  Mexico 1994 Mar del Plata 1994
Marathon 2:14:27 Rodrigo Gavela  Spain 1992 Seville 1992
110 m hurdles 13.39 Anier García  Cuba 1996 Medellín 1996
400 m hurdles 48.65 Andrés Silva  Uruguay 1 August 2014 São Paulo 2014 [8]
3000 m steeplechase 8:27.20 Domingo Ramón  Spain 1983 Barcelona 1983
High jump 2.35 m Javier Sotomayor  Cuba 1988 Mexico City 1988
Pole vault 5.70 m Germán Chiaraviglio  Argentina 2006 Ponce 2006
Long jump 8.53 m Iván Pedroso  Cuba 1992 Seville 1992
Triple jump 17.28 m Alexis Copello  Cuba 2010 San Fernando 2010
Shot put 20.69 m Marco Fortes  Portugal 2010 San Fernando 2010
Discus throw 65.24 m Luis Delís  Cuba 1983 Barcelona 1983
Hammer throw 76.18 m Alberto Sánchez  Cuba 1998 Lisbon 1998
Javelin throw 81.71 m Guillermo Martínez  Cuba 2010 San Fernando 2010
Decathlon 7940 pts David Gómez  Spain 2004 Huelva 2004
11.03 (100 m), 7.40 m (long jump), 14.19 m (shot put), 1.90 m (high jump), 48.60 (400 m) /
14.33 (110 m hurdles), 40.83 m (discus), 4.40 m (pole vault), 62.53 m (javelin), 4:33.44 (1500 m)
20000 m walk (track) 1:26:12.1 James Rendón  Colombia 10 June 2012 Barquisimeto 2012 [9]
20 km walk (road) 1:21:20 Daniel García  Mexico 1994 Mar del Plata 1994
4×100 m relay 38.24 Vicente de Lima
Édson Ribeiro
André da Silva
Claudinei da Silva
 Brazil 2000 Rio de Janeiro 2000
4×400 m relay 2:59.71 Lázaro Martínez
Jorge Valentin
Félix Stevens
Roberto Hernández
 Cuba 1988 Mexico City 1988

Women

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Championship Ref
100 m 11.13 (0.0 m/s) Ana Cláudia Lemos Silva  Brazil 1 August 2014 São Paulo 2014 [10]
200 m 22.80 (+1.9 m/s) Roxana Díaz  Cuba 12 May 2002 Guatemala City 2002
400 m 50.54 Ana Fidelia Quirot  Cuba 1988 Mexico City 1988
800 m 2:00.23 Ana Fidelia Quirot  Cuba 1986 Havana 1986
1500 m 4:05.71 Nuria Fernández  Spain 2010 San Fernando 2010
3000 m 8:46.59 Jéssica Augusto  Portugal 2010 San Fernando 2010
5000 m 15:27.53 Fernanda Ribeiro  Portugal 2004 Huelva 2004
10000 m 32:49.80 María Luisa Larraga  Spain 1998 Lisbon 1998
Marathon 2:39:10 Ana Isabel Alonso  Spain 1992 Seville 1992
100 m hurdles 12.84 Anay Tejeda  Cuba 2010 San Fernando 2010
400 m hurdles 54.84 Daimí Pernía  Cuba 2004 Huelva 2004
3000 m steeplechase 9:40.26 Rosa Morató  Spain 2010 San Fernando 2010
High jump 1.98 m Ioamnet Quintero  Cuba 1992 Seville 1992
Pole vault 4.85 m Fabiana Murer  Brazil 2010 San Fernando 2010
Long jump 6.97 m Maurren Maggi  Brazil 2002 Guatemala City 2002
Triple jump 14.51 m Yusmay Bicet  Cuba 2004 Huelva 2004
Shot put 19.97 m Yumileidi Cumbá  Cuba 2004 Huelva 2004
Discus throw 67.46 m Hilda Elisa Ramos  Cuba 1992 Seville 1992
Hammer throw 71.76 m Rosa Rodriguez  Venezuela 8 June 2012 Barquisimeto 2012 [11]
Javelin throw 66.99 m Osleidys Menéndez  Cuba 2004 Huelva 2004
Heptathlon 6160 pts Lucimara da Silva  Brazil 9–10 June 2012 Barquisimeto 2012 [12]
13.78 (−2.0 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.83 m (high jump), 12.63 m (shot put), 24.98 (−0.4 m/s) (200 metres) /
6.44 m (+0.5 m/s) (long jump), 42.22 m (javelin), 2:18.52 (800 m)
10000 m walk (track) 43:31.21 min Ana Cabecinha  Portugal 2010 San Fernando 2010
20 km walk (road) 1:36:58 Aura Morales  Mexico 2002 Guatmela City 2002
4×100 m relay 42.92 Vanusa dos Santos
Ana Cláudia Lemos Silva
Franciela Krasucki
Rosângela Santos
 Brazil 3 August 2014 São Paulo 2014 [13]
4×400 m relay 3:28.60 Geisa Coutinho
Josiane Tito
Lucimar Teodoro
Maria Laura Almirao
 Brazil 2004 Huelva 2004

Ibero-American Marathon/Half Marathon Championships

Sometimes, Ibero-American Marathon or Half Marathon Championships were held separately from the regular championships.[14]
Year Event City Country Date
1986 Marathon Sevilla  Spain February 2
1992 Marathon Barcelona  Spain March 24
1997 Marathon Rio de Janeiro  Brazil March 13
1999 Marathon Cancún México December 12
2001 Half Marathon Montevideo  Uruguay September 23
2003 Half Marathon (18.2km) Buenos Aires  Argentina September 28
2005 Half Marathon Maracaibo  Venezuela September 5
2011 Marathon Caracas  Venezuela February 20


See also

References

  1. ^ Ibero American Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved on 2010-06-07.
  2. ^ El Presidente de la Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo alaba la cita deportiva de San Fernando (Spanish). ciasf2010. Retrieved on 2010-06-07.
  3. ^ Historia Iberoamericana (Spanish). ciasf2010. Retrieved on 2010-06-07.
  4. ^ Escamilla, Pedro (May 2010), "I Juegos Atléticos Iberoamericanos – Santiago de Chile", in Mansilla, Ignacio, EL ATLETISMO IBEROAMERICANO – A.I.A – Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo (in Spanish) (4th ed.),  
  5. ^ García, José María (May 2010), "II Juegos Atléticos Iberoamericanos – Madrid", in Mansilla, Ignacio, EL ATLETISMO IBEROAMERICANO – A.I.A – Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo (in Spanish) (4th ed.),  
  6. ^ IBERO AMERICAN GAMES, Athletics Weekly, retrieved February 27, 2013 
  7. ^ "800m Results".  
  8. ^ "Déborah Rodríguez Plata en el Iberoamericano" (in Spanish). www.tenfield.com.uy. 2 August 2014. Retrieved 3 August 2014. 
  9. ^ Eduardo Biscayart (11 June 2012). "Two South American records fall as Ibero-American champs conclude in Barquisimeto".  
  10. ^ "100m Results".  
  11. ^ "Barquisimeto (Venezuela), 8–10.6.2012 -Campeonato Iberoamericano de Atletismo". www.trackinsun.blogspot.de. 8 June 2012. Retrieved 9 June 2012. 
  12. ^ Eduardo Biscayart (11 June 2012). "Two South American records fall as Ibero-American champs conclude in Barquisimeto".  
  13. ^ "4×100m Relay Results".  
  14. ^ Mansilla, Ignacio, ed. (May 2010), "OTROS CAMPEONATOS IBEROAMERICANOS", EL ATLETISMO IBEROAMERICANO – A.I.A – Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo (in Spanish) (4th ed.),  
Records
  • El Atletismo Ibero-Americano – San Fernando 2010 (pgs. 219–220). RFEA. Retrieved on 2012-01-09.

External links

  • 2010 official website
  • Championship records
  • Enciclopedia cubana
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