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South American Road Mile Championships

South American Road Mile Championships
Sport Mile run
Continent South America (CONSUDATLE)

The South American Road Mile Championships (Spanish: Campeonatos Sudamericanos de Milla en Ruta, Portuguese: Campeonato Sul-Americano de Milha de Rua) is an annual CONSUDATLE for athletes representing the countries of its member associations.

Editions

Year City Country Date
...
2000 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil November 26
2001 Rio de Janeiro  Brazil April 15
2002 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 3
2003 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 2
2004 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 20
2005 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 20
2006 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 19
2007 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 18
2008 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 23
2009 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 22
2010 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 28
2011 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 13
2012 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 4
2013 Belém, Pará  Brazil May 10
2014 Belém, Pará  Brazil August 8
2015  Brazil June 19

Results

The winners were published.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15]

Men

Year Gold Silver Bronze
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2000 José Mauro Valente
 Brazil
4:07 Willian Gomes de Amorim
 Brazil
4:08 Celso Ficagna
 Brazil
4:09
2001 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
4:06 Ramiro Nogueira Filho
 Brazil
4:09 Celso Ficagna
 Brazil
4:09
2002 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
4:01 Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
4:03 Celso Ficagna
 Brazil
4:04
2003 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
4:11 Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
4:12 Celso Ficagna
 Brazil
4:14
20041.) Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
4:01 Celso Ficagna
 Brazil
4:03 Jocemar Iláro Soares
 Brazil
4:11
2005 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
4:05 João Paulo Fernandes
 Brazil
4:06 André Alberi de Santana
 Brazil
4:08
20062.) Leandro Prates de Oliveira
 Brazil
3:56 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
3:56 André Alberi de Santana
 Brazil
4:06
2007 Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
4:09 André Alberi de Santana
 Brazil
4:10 Leslie Encina
 Chile
4:11
2008 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
4:03 Leandro Prates de Oliveira
 Brazil
4:05 Byron Piedra
 Ecuador
4:09
2009 Byron Piedra
 Ecuador
3:57 Hudson Santos de Souza
 Brazil
3:58 Mario Bazán
 Peru
3:59
2010 Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
4:05 Leandro Prates de Oliveira
 Brazil
4:06 André Alberi de Santana
 Brazil
4:07
2011 Leandro Prates de Oliveira
 Brazil
4:05 André Alberi de Santana
 Brazil
4:06 Mario Bazán
 Peru
4:07
2012 Fabiano Peçanha
 Brazil
3:59 Iván López
 Chile
3:59 Federico Bruno
 Argentina
4:00
2013 Leandro Prates de Oliveira
 Brazil
4:04 Carlos Diaz
 Chile
4:05 Lutimar Abreu Paes
 Brazil
4:07
2014[16] Leandro Prates de Oliveira
 Brazil
4:04 Marvin Blanco
 Venezuela
4:06 André Alberi de Santana
 Brazil
4:07

1.): In 2004, Sebastião Oliveira Silva from  Brazil was 3rd in 4:10 min, running as guest.
2.): In 2006, Majed Saeed Sultan from  Qatar was 3rd in 4:00 min, and Abdulrahman Suleiman also from  Qatar was 4th in 4:04 min, both athletes running as guests.

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