2021 South American U20 Championships in Athletics

Last updated
XLIV South American U20 Championships in Athletics
Lima2021logo.png
Dates9–10 July
Host city Lima, Peru Flag of Peru.svg
Venue Villa Deportiva Nacional
LevelJunior
Events44
Participation10 nations

The 44th South American U20 Championships in Athletics were held at Villa Deportiva Nacional in Lima, Peru, between 9 and 10 July. [1]

Contents

Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(+1.5 m/s)
Tomás Mondino
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
10.43 Bautista Diamante
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
10.53 Jhon Paredes
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
10.55
200 metres
(+1.6 m/s)
Tomás Mondino
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
21.24 Bautista Diamante
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
21.27 Katriel Ângulo
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
21.44
400 metres Vinicius Galeno
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
48.40 Miguel Maldonado
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
48.73 Martin Kouyoumdjian
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
48.90
800 metres Leonardo de Jesus
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
1:48.78 Pedro Emmert
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
1:51.70 Pedro Luiz de Souza
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
1:52.71
1500 metres Dylan Van der Hock
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
3:50.73 Brayan Jara
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
3:52.33 Jânio Varjão
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
3:52.45
3000 metres Matías Reynaga
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
8:19.81 CR Rolando Ortiz
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
8:20.34 David Ninavia
Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia
8:23.01
5000 metres David Ninavia
Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia
14:29.0 Matías Reynaga
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
14:43.5 Alex Caiza
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
14:51.2
110 metres hurdles (99 cm)
(-0.2 m/s)
Fabricio Pereira
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
13.73 Jhon Paredes
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
13.75 Kevin Simisterra
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
14.26
400 metres hurdles Gabriel dos Santos
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
52.33 César Parra
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela
52.84 Neider Abello
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
53.34
3000 m steeplechase Dylan Van der Hock
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
9:07.74 Julio Palomino
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
9:08.01 Luis Mamani
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
9:11.08
4 × 100 m relayFlag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Igor de Oliveira
Renan Gallina
Fabricio Pereira
Robson Aguiar
40.30Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
Xavier Casierra
Katriel Ângulo
Miguel Maldonado
Steeven Salas
40.63Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Bruno de Genaro
Tomás Mondino
Pedro Emmert
Bautista Diamante
41.09
4 × 400 m relayFlag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
João Henrrique Barros
Leonardo de Jesus
Pedro Luiz de Souza
Vinicius Galeno
3:09.37Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
Katriel Ângulo
Miguel Maldonado
Steeven Salas
Alan Minda
3:13.43Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Bruno de Genaro
Bautista Diamante
Matías Reynaga
Pedro Emmert
3:18.76
10,000 m walk Cristián Rojas
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
43:46.33 Saul Wanputsrit
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
44:34.63 Mateo Romero
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
45:37.89
High jump Anderson Asprilla
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
2.07 Emiliano Benítez
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
2.04 Roger Alves
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
2.04
Pole vault Austin Ramos
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
4.90 Nicolas Martín
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
4.65Only 2 finishers
Long jump Jhon Berrio
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
7.61 Gabriel Boza
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
7.50 Julio Cesar Mendes
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
7.06
Triple jump Gregory Palacios
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
15.51 Oscar Comedta
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
15.24 Felipe da Silva
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
15.20
Shot put (6 kg) Ronald Grueso
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
17.88 Vinicius Avancini
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
17.31 Juan Manuel Arrieguez
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
17.02
Discus throw (1.75 kg) Ronald Grueso
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
57.78 Rodrigo Trenhago
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
52.23 Steven Cevallos
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
51.32
Hammer throw (6 kg) Sebastián Tommasi
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
68.83 Luis Núñez
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
65.99 Cipriano Riquelme
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
63.33
Javelin throw Juan Amarilla
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
62.72 Lars Flaming
Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay
60.70 Lautaro Techera
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
60.37
Decathlon (junior) Arnaldo Kowales Junior
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
6511 Matheus Pires
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela
6433 Ricardo Mireles
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela
6388
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
(+1.5 m/s)
Natalia Linares
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
11.68 Nicole Chala
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
11.98 Ana Cecilia de Oliveira
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
12.07
200 metres
(+0.1 m/s)
Erica Cavalheiro
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
24.52 Ana Cecilia de Oliveira
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
24.88 María Ignacia Aspillaga
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
24.89
400 metres Erica Cavalheiro
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
54.08 Taimara de Melo
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
57.13 Marcela Reyes
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
57.75
800 metres Laura Acuña
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
2:10.79 Angeli Garrido
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela
2:12.23 Lindsey Lopes
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
2:12.89
1500 metres Carmen Alder
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
4:24.53 CR Laura Acuña
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
4:26.94 Stefany López
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
4:32.02
3000 metres Carmen Alder
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
9:26.51 CR Sofía Mamani
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
9:37.07 Paula Vega
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
10:07.42
5000 metres Sofía Mamani
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
16:41.34 CR Paula Vega
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
17:18.91 Jimena Apaza
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
17:57.61
100 metres hurdles
(+0.6 m/s)
Daniele Campigotto
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
13.99 Isabel Urrutia
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
14.05 Catalina González
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
14.74
400 metres hurdles María Alejandra Murillo
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
1:01.69 Camille de Oliveira
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
1:01.73 Laiane de Almeida
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
1:03.50
3000 m steeplechase Stefany López
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
10:14.81 CR Veronica Huacasi
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
10:28.81 Jimena Apaza
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
11:07.43
4 × 100 m relayFlag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Isabel Urrutia
Natalia Linares
Melany Bolaño
Laura Martínez
46.35Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Alana Amorim
Tainara Mees
Suellen de Sant Anna
Ana Cecilia de Oliveira
47.38Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
Xiomara Ibarra
Dayanara Nazareno
Noelia Martínez
Nicole Chala
48.83
4 × 400 m relayFlag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
Leticia de Oliveira
Marina de Siqueira
Laiane de Almeida
Taimara de Melo
3:51.17Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Marcela Reyes
Laura Ossa
María Alejandra Murillo
Jhovana Camargo
3:53.43Flag of Peru.svg  Peru
Andrea Gómez
Rebeca Vásquez
Vania Ramírez
Ariana Botton
4:05.06
10,000 m walk Gabriela Muniz
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
47:11.69 Paula Valdez
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
47:17.82 Ines Condo
Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia
49:07.18
High jump Arielly Rodrigues
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
1.79 Silvina Gil
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
1.73 Joaquina Dura
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
1.73
Pole vault Luciana Gómez
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
3.90 Tatiana Bedoya
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
3.57 Sofía Hryncyszyn
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
3.32
Long jump Natalia Linares
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
6.14 Lissandra Campos
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
6.07 Vanessa dos Santos
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
5.93
Triple jump Whaylla de Oliveira
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
12.63 Estrella Lobo
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
12.52 Indiana Holgado
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
12.46
Shot put Taniele da Silva
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
12.66 Nicole Valencia
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
12.29 Giovanna Costa
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
11.71
Discus throw Valentina Ulloa
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
44.89 Ana Luz Sarli
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
42.03 Giovanna Costa
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
39.95
Hammer throw Valentina Claveria
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
59.05 Nereida Santacruz
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador
56.25 Yennifer Barahona
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
52.45
Javelin throw Valentina Barrios
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
47.97 Manuela Rotundo
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
46.45 Fiorella Veloso
Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay
44.02
Heptathlon Giovana Corradi
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
5090 Ana Luisa Ferraz
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
4995 Mariam Buenanueva
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
4778
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)

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