2021 South American Championships in Athletics

Last updated
52nd South American Championships
Guayaquil2021logo.png
Dates29–31 May
Host city Guayaquil, Ecuador
Venue Estadio Modelo Alberto Spencer Herrera
LevelSenior
Events45 (22 men, 22 women, 1 mixed)
Participation367 athletes from
15 nations
2023

2021 South American Championships in Athletics was the 52nd edition of the biennial athletics competition between South American nations. The event was held in Guayaquil, Ecuador, from 29 to 31 May at the Estadio Modelo Alberto Spencer Herrera. [1] It should be organised by Buenos Aires but the venue was cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic.

Contents

Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(wind: +2.3 m/s)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Felipe Bardi dos Santos  (BRA)10.10Flag of Guyana.svg  Emanuel Archibald  (GUY)10.23Flag of Brazil.svg  Derick Silva  (BRA)10.35
200 metres
(wind: +1.9 m/s)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Felipe Bardi dos Santos  (BRA)20.49Flag of Brazil.svg  Lucas Vilar  (BRA)20.62Flag of Ecuador.svg  Anderson Marquinez  [ de ] (ECU)20.63
400 metresFlag of Venezuela.svg  Kelvis Padrino  (VEN)45.82Flag of Brazil.svg  Lucas Carvalho  (BRA)46.31Flag of Colombia.svg  Raúl Mena  (COL)46.58
800 metresFlag of Brazil.svg  Thiago André  (BRA)1:45.62Flag of Colombia.svg  Jhonatan Rodríguez  [ de ] (COL)1:47.01Flag of Venezuela.svg  Ryan López  [ de ] (VEN)1:47.78
1500 metresFlag of Brazil.svg  Thiago André  (BRA)3:37.92Flag of Argentina.svg  Federico Bruno  (ARG)3:38.25Flag of Uruguay.svg  Santiago Catrofe  [ it ] (URU)3:38.67
5,000 metresFlag of Brazil.svg  Altobeli da Silva  (BRA)13:51.81Flag of Chile.svg  Carlos Díaz  (CHI)13:52.63Flag of Peru.svg  Yuri Labra  [ fr ] (PER)13:55.84
10,000 metresFlag of Brazil.svg  Daniel do Nascimento  (BRA)29:18.06Flag of Uruguay.svg  Nicolás Cuestas  (URU)29:38.72Flag of Uruguay.svg  Martín Cuestas  (URU)29:47.82
110 metres hurdles
(wind: +0.7 m/s)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Rafael Henrique Pereira  (BRA)13.35Flag of Colombia.svg  Yohan Chaverra  (COL)13.53Flag of Ecuador.svg  Marcos Herrera  [ de ] (ECU)13.77
400 metres hurdlesFlag of Brazil.svg  Mahau Suguimati  (BRA)51.25Flag of Colombia.svg  Kevin Mina  [ de ] (COL)51.39Flag of Uruguay.svg  Andrés Silva  (URU)51.42
3000 m steeplechaseFlag of Brazil.svg  Altobeli da Silva  (BRA)8:34.17Flag of Colombia.svg  Carlos San Martín  (COL)8:34.32Flag of Peru.svg  Mario Bazán  (PER)8:36.71
4 × 100 metres relayFlag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Erik Cardoso  [ fr ]
Felipe Bardi dos Santos
Derick Silva
Bruno de Barros
39.10Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Jhonny Rentería
Jhon Paredes  [ de ]
Carlos Palacios  [ de ]
Arnovis Dalmero  [ de ]
39.65Flag of Guyana.svg  Guyana
Jeremy Bascom
Emanuel Archibald
Akeem Stuart
Noelex Holder
40.02
4 × 400 metres relayFlag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Bruno de Barros
Lucas Carvalho
João Cabral  [ de ]
Pedro Luiz de Oliveira
3:04.25Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Kevin Mina  [ de ]
Raúl Mena
Nicolás Salinas
Fanor Escobar
3:08.15Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
Edison Acuña
Alan Minda
Miguel Maldonado
Anderson Marquinez
3:13.74
20,000 m track walkFlag of Ecuador.svg  Andrés Chocho  (ECU)1:24:18.9Flag of Colombia.svg  Jhon Alexander Castañeda  [ fr ] (COL)1:24:32.0Flag of Ecuador.svg  Jhonatan Amores  (ECU)1:24:49.1
High jumpFlag of Brazil.svg  Fernando Ferreira  (BRA)2.29Flag of Brazil.svg  Thiago Moura  (BRA)2.23Flag of Argentina.svg  Carlos Layoy  (ARG)2.17
Pole vaultFlag of Argentina.svg  Germán Chiaraviglio  (ARG)5.55Flag of Ecuador.svg  Dyander Pacho  [ de ] (ECU)5.30Flag of Brazil.svg  Abel Curtinove  [ de ] (BRA)5.20
Long jumpFlag of Colombia.svg  Arnovis Dalmero  [ de ] (COL)7.94 (+1.7)Flag of Uruguay.svg  Emiliano Lasa  (URU)7.94 (+1.4)Flag of Brazil.svg  Alexsandro Melo  (BRA)7.93 (+1.2)
Triple jumpFlag of Brazil.svg  Alexsandro Melo  (BRA)16.97 (+1.7)Flag of Venezuela.svg  Leodán Torrealba  [ it ] (VEN)16.89 (+2.1)Flag of Suriname.svg  Miguel van Assen  (SUR)16.73 (+2.5)
Shot putFlag of Brazil.svg  Welington Morais  [ de ] (BRA)19.87Flag of Argentina.svg  Nazareno Sasia  [ fr ] (ARG)19.79Flag of Argentina.svg  Ignacio Carballo  (ARG)19.51
Discus throwFlag of Chile.svg  Lucas Nervi  [ de ] (CHI)63.18Flag of Brazil.svg  Alan de Falchi  [ de ] (BRA)61.16Flag of Brazil.svg  Wellinton da Cruz Filho  (BRA)59.55
Hammer throwFlag of Chile.svg  Humberto Mansilla  (CHI)75.83Flag of Chile.svg  Gabriel Kehr  (CHI)75.18Flag of Argentina.svg  Joaquín Gómez  (ARG)71.32
Javelin throwFlag of Colombia.svg  Arley Ibargüen  (COL)75.62Flag of Colombia.svg  Billi Julio  [ de ] (COL)75.53Flag of Brazil.svg  Pedro Henrique Rodrigues  (BRA)73.57
DecathlonFlag of Ecuador.svg  Andy Preciado  (ECU)8004 CR (NR)Flag of Brazil.svg  Felipe dos Santos  (BRA)7960Flag of Venezuela.svg  Georni Jaramillo  (VEN)7613
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

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(wind: +1.0 m/s)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Vitória Cristina Rosa  (BRA)11.31Flag of Ecuador.svg  Marizol Landázuri  (ECU)11.39Flag of Guyana.svg  Jasmine Abrams  (GUY)11.50
200 metres
(wind: +0.8 m/s)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Vitória Cristina Rosa  (BRA)23.10Flag of Ecuador.svg  Marizol Landázuri  (ECU)23.35Flag of Brazil.svg  Ana Carolina Azevedo  (BRA)23.87
400 metresFlag of Brazil.svg  Tiffani Marinho  (BRA)52.65Flag of Colombia.svg  Angie Melissa Palacios  (COL)52.86Flag of Colombia.svg  Jennifer Padilla  (COL)53.03
800 metresFlag of Uruguay.svg  Deborah Rodríguez  (URU)2:03.38Flag of Brazil.svg  Flávia de Lima  (BRA)2:05.00Flag of Guyana.svg  Andrea Foster  (GUY)2:05.93
1500 metresFlag of Venezuela.svg  Joselyn Brea  (VEN)4:15.05Flag of Uruguay.svg  María Pía Fernández  (URU)4:15.27Flag of Argentina.svg  Mariana Borelli  (ARG)4:15.61
5000 metresFlag of Venezuela.svg  Edymar Brea  (VEN)15:47.16Flag of Argentina.svg  Florencia Borelli  (ARG)15:47.46Flag of Venezuela.svg  Joselyn Brea  (VEN)15:48.24
10,000 metresFlag of Venezuela.svg  Edymar Brea  (VEN)34:05.25Flag of Ecuador.svg  Silvia Ortiz  (ECU)34:06.61Flag of Bolivia.svg  Jhoselyn Camargo  (BOL)34:09.54
100 metres hurdles
(wind: +2.8 m/s)
Flag of Brazil.svg  Ketiley Batista  (BRA)12.96Flag of Peru.svg  Diana Bazalar  (PER)13.47Flag of Guyana.svg  Jenea McCammon  (GUY)13.63
400 metres hurdlesFlag of Colombia.svg  Melissa González  (COL)55.68 NR Flag of Colombia.svg  Valeria Cabezas  (COL)57.56Flag of Brazil.svg  Chayenne da Silva  (BRA)57.78
3000 m steeplechaseFlag of Brazil.svg  Tatiane da Silva  (BRA)9:38.71Flag of Brazil.svg  Simone Ferraz  (BRA)9:45.15Flag of Argentina.svg  Belén Casetta  (ARG)9:45.79
4 × 100 metres relayFlag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Aurora Vida
Ana Cláudia Lemos
Ana Carolina Azevedo
Micaela de Mello
44.91Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Valeria Cabezas
Shary Vallecilla
Gregoria Gómez
Natalia Linares
45.61Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
Ginger Quintero
Katherine Chillambo
Nicol Caicedo
Marizol Landázuri
45.66
4 × 400 metres relayFlag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Angie Melissa Palacios
Rosangélica Escobar
Melissa González
Evelis Aguilar
3:31.04Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
Stephanie Saavedra
María José Echeverría
María Fernanda Mackenna
Martina Weil
3:34.89Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Tábata de Carvalho
Flávia de Lima
Maria Victoria de Sena
Chayenne da Silva
3:36.40
20,000 m track walkFlag of Ecuador.svg  Glenda Morejón  (ECU)1:29:24.61 CR, AR, WLFlag of Brazil.svg  Érica de Sena  (BRA)1:30:51.97 NR Flag of Ecuador.svg  Maritza Guamán  (ECU)1:32:46.25
High jumpFlag of Colombia.svg  Jennifer Rodríguez  (COL)1.89Flag of Brazil.svg  Valdileia Martins  (BRA)1.86Flag of Ecuador.svg  Joice Micolta  (ECU)1.83
Pole vaultFlag of Colombia.svg  Stefanny Castillo  (COL)4.30 NR Flag of Brazil.svg  Isabel Demarco  (BRA)4.00Flag of Peru.svg  Alejandra Arévalo  (PER)4.00
Long jumpFlag of Brazil.svg  Letícia Melo  (BRA)6.63 (+1.2)Flag of Brazil.svg  Eliane Martins  (BRA)6.57 (+0.9)Flag of Panama.svg  Natalie Aranda  (PAN)6.34 (+0.9)
Triple jumpFlag of Brazil.svg  Keila Costa  (BRA)13.67Flag of Ecuador.svg  Liuba Zaldívar  (ECU)13.58Flag of Brazil.svg  Gabriele dos Santos  (BRA)13.45
Shot PutFlag of Brazil.svg  Livia Avancini  (BRA)17.34Flag of Venezuela.svg  Ahymara Espinoza  (VEN)16.95Flag of Chile.svg  Ivana Gallardo  (CHI)16.94
Discus ThrowFlag of Brazil.svg  Izabela da Silva  (BRA)62.18Flag of Chile.svg  Karen Gallardo  (CHI)58.20Flag of Brazil.svg  Lidiane Cansian  (BRA)54.39
Hammer throwFlag of Brazil.svg  Mariana Marcelino  (BRA)66.16Flag of Chile.svg  Mariana García  (CHI)63.20Flag of Colombia.svg  Mayra Gaviria  (COL)62.46
Javelin throwFlag of Brazil.svg  Laila Ferrer e Silva  (BRA)59.97Flag of Colombia.svg  María Lucelly Murillo  (COL)59.92Flag of Brazil.svg  Jucilene de Lima  (BRA)59.65
HeptathlonFlag of Colombia.svg  Evelis Aguilar  (COL)6165 CR Flag of Colombia.svg  Martha Araujo  (COL)5866Flag of Brazil.svg  Raiane Procópio  (BRA)5821
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)

Mixed

EventGoldSilverBronze
4 × 400 metres relayFlag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Raúl Mena
Angie Melissa Palacios
Jennifer Padilla
Nicolás Salinas
3:21.38Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Leandro Paris
María Ayelén Diogo
Noelia Martínez
Elián Larregina
3:23.77Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
Anderson Colorado
Virginia Villalba
Evelyn Mercado
Alan Minda
3:27.97

Medal table

  *   Host nation (Ecuador)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 26111249
2Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 813324
3Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela 4239
4Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador *35816
5Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 2518
6Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 14510
7Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 1337
8Flag of Guyana.svg  Guyana 0145
9Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 0134
10Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia 0011
Flag of Panama.svg  Panama 0011
Flag of Suriname.svg  Suriname 0011
Totals (12 nations)454545135

Points table

After 2 days of competition

RankNationTotalMenWomen
1Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 167172339
2Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 8594179
3Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador 4755102
4Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 643094
5Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela 414081
6Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 312253
7Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 92534
8Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 20929
9Flag of Guyana.svg  Guyana 10818
10Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia 2810
11Flag of Panama.svg  Panama 246
12Flag of Suriname.svg  Suriname 404
13Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico 010
14Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  Dominican Republic 000
14Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay 000

Participation

All 13 member federations of CONSUDATLE participated at the championships. Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico participated as guests.

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