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List of South American Championships in Athletics records

 

List of South American Championships in Athletics records

The South American Championships in Athletics is an athletics event which began in 1919. Records set by athletes who are representing one of the CONSUDATLE's member states.

Contents

  • Men's records 1
  • Women's records 2
  • Records in defunct events 3
    • Men's events 3.1
    • Women's events 3.2
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Men's records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.06 A (+0.9 m/s) André Domingos da Silva  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][2]
200 m 20.44 A Robson Caetano da Silva  Brazil August 1989 1989 Championships Medellín, Colombia [1][2]
20.44 (+1.8 m/s) Alex Quiñónez  Ecuador 6 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [3]
400 m 45.11 Sanderlei Claro Parrela  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
800 m 1:46.16 José Luíz Barbosa  Brazil May 1995 1995 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
1500 m 3:36.47 Hudson Santos de Souza  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
5000 m 13:51.19 Javier Guarín  Colombia June 2007 2007 Championships São Paulo, Brazil
10000 m 28:37.2 (ht) Antonio Silio  Argentina July 1993 1993 Championships Lima, Peru [1][2]
110 m hurdles 13.45 (1.5 m/s) Redelén dos Santos  Brazil 21 June 2003 2003 Championships Barquisimeto, Venezuela [4]
400 m hurdles 48.63 Eronilde Nunes de Araújo  Brazil May 1995 1995 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
3000 m steeplechase 8:32.01 José Gregorio Peña  Venezuela 7 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [5]
High jump 2.28 m Jessé de Lima  Brazil 2006 2006 Championships Tunja, Colombia
Pole vault 5.83 m AR Thiago Braz da Silva  Brazil 5 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [6]
Long jump 8.24 m (+1.8 m/s) Mauro Vinícius da Silva  Brazil 5 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [6]
Triple jump 17.21 m Anísio Souza Silva  Brazil July 1993 1993 Championships Lima, Peru [1][2]
Shot put 20.87 m Germán Lauro  Argentina 7 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [5]
Discus throw 62.72 m Ronald Julião  Brazil 4 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [7]
Hammer throw 73.95 m Juan Ignacio Cerra  Argentina May 2001 2001 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][2]
Javelin throw 81.07 m NR Arley Ibargüen  Colombia June 2009 2009 Championships Lima, Peru
Decathlon 7944 pts Luiz Alberto de Araújo  Brazil 2–3 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [8]
10.84 (+0.1 m/s) (100 m), 7.15 (+0.2 m/s) (long jump), 14.14 m (shot put), 1.97 m (high jump), 49.08 (400 m) /
14.52 (-1.8 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 45.97 m (discus), 4.60 m (pole vault), 52.85 m (javelin), 4:35.31 (1500 m)
20000 m walk (track) 1:20:23.8 (ht) AR NR Andrés Chocho  Ecuador 5 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [9]
4x100 m relay 38.46A Raphael de Oliveira
Claudinei da Silva
Édson Ribeiro
André Domingos da Silva
 Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][2]
4x400 m relay 3:02.09A Eronilde Nunes de Araújo
Anderson Dos Santos
Inácio Leão
Cleverson da Silva
 Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][2]
Key:
WR World record AR South American record NR National record A affected by altitude

Women's records

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.17A (0.3 m/s) Lucimar Aparecida de Moura  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][10]
200 m 22.60A (1.6 m/s) Lucimar Aparecida de Moura  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][10]
400 m 51.56 Maria Magnólia Figueirêdo  Brazil May 1995 1995 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][10]
800 m 2:00.04 Luciana de Paula Mendes  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][10]
1500 m 4:15.84 Rosibel García  Colombia 5 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [6]
Muriel Coneo
5000 m 15:39.67 Fabiana Cristine da Silva  Brazil 2 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [11]
10000 m 31:59.11 Fabiana Cristine da Silva  Brazil 5 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [9]
100 m hurdles 12.71 AR NR Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil May 2001 2001 Championships Manaus, Brazil [1][10]
400 m hurdles 56.32 Lucimar Teodoro  Brazil June 2009 2009 Championships Lima, Peru
3000 m steeplechase 9:52.54 Sabine Heitling  Brazil June 2009 2009 Championships Lima, Peru
High jump 1.93 m Caterine Ibargüen  Colombia 22 July 2005 2005 Championships Cali, Colombia [12]
Pole vault 4.70 m Fabiana Murer  Brazil 2 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [11]
Long jump 7.26 m A (1.8 m/s) Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][10]
Triple jump 14.57 m AR NR Keila Costa  Brazil June 2007 2007 Championships São Paulo, Brazil
Shot put 19.02 m A Elisângela Maria Adriano  Brazil June 1999 1999 Championships Bogotá, Colombia [1][10]
Discus throw 61.00 m Elisângela Maria Adriano  Brazil June 2009 2009 Championships Lima, Peru
Hammer throw 72.70 m Jennifer Dahlgren  Argentina 2 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [11]
Javelin throw 60.23 m Flor Denis Ruiz  Colombia 6 July 2013 2013 Championships Cartagena, Colombia [3]
Heptathlon 5803 pts Lucimara da Silva  Brazil June 2007 2007 Championships São Paulo, Brazil
(100 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (200 m) / (long jump), (javelin), (800 m)
20000 m walk (track) 1:32:09.4 (ht) AR Ingrid Hernández  Colombia 5 June 2011 2011 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina [9]
4x100 m relay 43.17 Melisa Murillo
Felipa Palacios
Darlenys Obregón
Norma González
 Colombia 23 July 2005 2005 Championships Cali, Colombia [13]
4x400 m relay 3:28.64 AR Maria Laura Almirão
Josiane Tito
Lucimar Teodoro
Geisa Coutinho
 Brazil 22 June 2003 2003 Championships Barquisimeto, Venezuela [14]
Key:
WR World record AR South American record NR National record A affected by altitude

Records in defunct events

Men's events

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Place Ref
3000 m 8:32.4 Raúl Inostroza  Chile 1943 1943 Championships Santiago, Chile
Half marathon 1:08.54 Osvaldo Suárez  Argentina 1956 1956 Championships Buenos Aires, Argentina
Marathon 2:12.09 Héctor Rodríguez  Colombia 1975 1975 Championships Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
200 m hurdles 26.2 Harold Rosenqvist  Chile 1920 1920 Championships Santiago, Chile
Standing high jump 1.44 m Juan Moliné  Argentina 1920 1920 Championships Santiago, Chile
Standing long jump 3.07 m Hugo Krumm  Chile 1919 1919 Championships Montevideo, Uruguay
20 km walk (road) 1:24:12 Héctor Moreno  Colombia 1983 1983 Championships Santa Fe, Argentina

Women's events

Event Record Name Nation Date Meet Place Ref
3000 m 9:17.50 Carmen de Oliveira  Brazil 1991 1991 Championships Manaus, Brazil
80 metres hurdles 11.0 A Carlota Ulloa  Chile 1969 1969 Championships Quito, Ecuador
Pentathlon 4422 pts Aída dos Santos  Brazil 1969 1969 Championships Quito, Ecuador
10000 m walk (track) 46:01.06 Miriam Ramón  Ecuador 1997 1997 Championships Mar del Plata, Argentina

ht = hand timing
A = affected by altitude


See also

List of South American records in athletics


References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Biscayart, Eduardo (June 19, 2003), Venezuela to host Historic South American Championships,  
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS (MEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 9, 2011 
  3. ^ a b Eduardo Biscayart (7 July 2013). "Quinonez and Lemos Silva double up at South American Championships".  
  4. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (June 22, 2003), 13.45 110mH by Redelen dos Santos - Day 2, S. American Champs,  
  5. ^ a b Eduardo Biscayart (8 July 2013). "20.87m Shot Put by German Lauro on the final day of the South American Champs".  
  6. ^ a b c Eduardo Biscayart (6 July 2013). "5.83m Pole Vault area record for Thiago da Silva at South American Championships".  
  7. ^ Eduardo Biscayart (2011-06-05). "Windy 14.59m Triple Jump for Ibargüen in Buenos Aires - South American Champs Day 3".  
  8. ^ Eduardo Biscayart (2011-06-04). "Cerra wins ninth Hammer Throw title in Buenos Aires - South American Championships Day 2".  
  9. ^ a b c Eduardo Biscayart (2011-06-06). "Brazil retains South American title in Buenos Aires - Final Day".  
  10. ^ a b c d e f g SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS (WOMEN), Athletics Weekly, retrieved November 9, 2011 
  11. ^ a b c Eduardo Biscayart (2011-06-02). "Murer vaults to world season leading 4.70m in Buenos Aires - South American Championships Day 1".  
  12. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (Jul 23, 2005), Brazil dominates - 43rd South American Champs, Day One,  
  13. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (July 24, 2005), South American Championships, Day Two,  
  14. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (June 22, 2003), Brazil reigns supreme in South American Championships,  

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