Asian University Athletics Championships
Estadio modelo ecuador.jpg
The host stadium
Dates21–22 May 2005
Host cityGuayaquil, Ecuador
VenueEstadio Modelo Alberto Spencer Herrera
Events42

The South American University Athletics Championships was an international athletics competition for student athletes from South American countries. It was staged on one occasion in May 2005 at the Estadio Modelo Alberto Spencer Herrera in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Four nations competed: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. A total of 42 athletics events were contested, 22 by men and 20 by women. Women did not compete in the pole vault, 3000 metres steeplechase or half marathon, while the men did not compete in a combined track and field event. The host nation topped the medal table, winning 22 events and a total of 55 medals. Peru were runners-up with eleven gold medals, while Chile and Colombia finished with six and three gold medals, respectively.[1]

Ecuador's Lucy Jaramillo was the most successful athlete of the competition, winning the women's 400 metres, 800 metres and 400 metres hurdles titles. Her compatriots Silvia Paredes (5000 metres, 10,000 metres) and Luis Morán (100 metres, 200 metres) won double gold. Peru's Roxana Mendoza claimed the short sprint double on the women's side. Colombia's Kelly López won a medal in all of the women's sprint events, bar the 4 × 400 metres relay (in which Colombia did not compete).[1]

Results

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: +2.5 m/s)
 Luis Morán (ECU) 10.56w  Andrés Gallegos (ECU) 10.76w  Juan Carlos Flores (PER) 10.87w
200 metres
(wind: +2.4 m/s)
 Luis Morán (ECU) 21.71w  Carlos Peña (COL) 21.88w  Juan Carlos Flores (PER) 21.95w
400 metres  Carlos Peña (COL) 48.20  Rodrigo Montoya (PER) 48.94  Cristián Matute (ECU) 50.30
800 metres  Rodrigo Montoya (PER) 1:52.80  Ronny Bravo (CHI) 1:54.42  Ronny Ramírez (ECU) 1:55.50
1500 metres  Fredy Espinoza (COL) 3:54.75  José Ladino (COL) 3:56.79  Diego Moreno (PER) 3:58.51
5000 metres  José Ladino (COL) 14:?7.86  John Cusi (PER) 14:21.96  Edgar Chancusig (ECU) 14:39.94
10,000 metres  Edgar Chancusig (ECU) 31:11.44  Wilder Morales (PER) 32:02.96  Fabián Daza (COL) 32:28.07
Half marathon  Wilder Morales (PER) 1:19:03  Roberto Galarza (ECU) 1:21:05  Hendricj Sánchez (ECU) 1:23:24
110 m hurdles
(wind: +2.4 m/s)
 David González (ECU) 14.91w  Francisco Castro (CHI) 15.16w  Elías Valero (ECU) 15.82w
400 m hurdles  Erick Cuenca (ECU) 54.54  Jonathan Loor (ECU) 55.86  Alejandro Arbulu (PER) 55.88
3000 m steeplechase  Diego Moreno (PER) 8:57.25  Miguel Canaza (PER) 9:01.64  Cristián Patiño (ECU) 9:09.96
20 km walk  Edwin Centeno (PER) 1:31:31  Xavier Moreno (ECU) 1:39:59  Edgar Cudco (ECU) 1:44:04
High jump  Cristián Calle (ECU) 1.93 m  Francisco Castro (CHI) 1.90 m  Jorge Naranjo (CHI) 1.85 m
Pole vault  Carlos Zambrano (ECU) 4.00 m  Fabricio Egas (ECU) 3.70 m Only two entrants
Long jump  Carlos Jaramillo (ECU) 7.38 m  Alejandro Horn (CHI) 7.12 m w  Bernardo Vallejo (ECU) 7.03 m
Triple jump  Alejandro Horn (CHI) 15.23 m  Bernardo Vallejo (ECU) 14.91 m w  José Luis Pesántez (ECU) 14.76 m w
Shot put  Daniel Muñoz (CHI) 17.43 m  Álvaro Poblete (CHI) 15.39 m  Iván Vinelli (ECU) 13.79 m
Discus throw  Gabriel Hugo (ECU) 45.72 m  Roberto Sáez (CHI) 40.27 m  Patricio Palma (CHI) 37.25 m
Hammer throw  Roberto Sáez (CHI) 63.91 m  Patricio Palma (CHI) 63.53 m  Freimar Arias (COL) 51.98 m
Javelin throw  Andrés Dueñas (PER) 59.45 m  Edison Rosero (ECU) 51.86 m  Jorge Mina (ECU) 43.50 m
4 × 100 m relay  Peru (PER) 42.97  Ecuador (ECU) 43.10  Colombia (COL) 44.23
4 × 400 m relay  Peru (PER) 3:20.93  Ecuador (ECU) 3:21.95  Colombia (COL) 3:35.02

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(wind: +0.7 m/s)
 Roxana Mendoza (PER) 12.40  Ana Caicedo (ECU) 12.42  Kelly López (COL) 12.85
200 metres
(wind: +1.5 m/s)
 Roxana Mendoza (PER) 25.56  Kelly López (COL) 25.63  Mayra Pachito (ECU) 25.70
400 metres  Lucy Jaramillo (ECU) 54.78  Kelly López (COL) 57.11  Claudia Meneses (PER) 57.92
800 metres  Lucy Jaramillo (ECU) 2:11.10  Gladys Tapia (CHI) 2:14.50  Mónica Amboyo (ECU) 2:16.16
1500 metres  Mónica Amboyo (ECU) 4:36.69  Paola Bonilla (ECU) 4:41.65  Gladys Tapia (CHI) 4:44.03
5000 metres  Silvia Paredes (ECU) 17:55.60  Paola Bonilla (ECU) 18:03.43  Mariela Jaén (PER) 18:34.63
10,000 metres  Silvia Paredes (ECU) 38:53.15  Mariela Jaén (PER) 39:21.42  Karla Silva (PER) 40:20.05
100 m hurdles
(wind: +0.3 m/s)
 Patricia Riesco (PER) 13.85  Francisca Guzmán (CHI) 14.38  Martina Valoyes (COL) 14.90
400 m hurdles  Lucy Jaramillo (ECU) 59.91  Patricia Riesco (PER) 62.55  Martina Valoyes (COL) 62.66
20 km walk  Tatiana Orellana (ECU) 1:46:43  Magaly Andrade (ECU) 1:47:35  Marcela Pacheco (CHI) 1:50:28
High jump  Kerstin Weiss (CHI) 1.76 m  Tatiana Rodríguez (COL) 1.65 m  Jenny Pesántez (ECU) 1.65 m
Long jump  Ana Caicedo (ECU) 6.04 m  Yolanda Mina (COL) 5.80 m  Yariku Yabiku (PER) 5.18 m
Triple jump  María Batallas (ECU) 12.46 m  Mayra Pachito (ECU) 12.19 m w  Tatiana Rodríguez (COL) 11.68 m
Shot put  Marianne Berndt (CHI) 15.09 m  Susan Sulzer (CHI) 13.06 m  Karina Díaz (ECU) 13.04 m
Discus throw  Karina Díaz (ECU) 46.99 m  Marianne Berndt (CHI) 46.68 m  Susan Sulzer (CHI) 39.48 m
Hammer throw  Odette Palma (CHI) 54.13 m  Karina Díaz (ECU) 50.86 m  Johana Martínez (COL) 40.57 m
Javelin throw  Noelia Paredes (PER) 42.58 m  Jessica Granda (ECU) 39.38 m  Jessica Medranda (ECU) 35.24 m
Heptathlon  Victoria Quiñónez (ECU) 4197 pts  Yariku Yabiku (PER) 3574 pts  Johana Caicedo (ECU) 2696 pts
4 × 100 m relay  Ecuador (ECU) 47.82  Peru (PER) 48.86  Colombia (COL) 49.65
4 × 400 m relay  Ecuador (ECU) 3:54.09  Peru (PER) 3:55.33 Only two teams started

Medal table

  *   Host nation (Ecuador)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Ecuador (ECU)*22161755
2 Peru (PER)119828
3 Chile (CHI)611522
4 Colombia (COL)361019
Totals (4 nations)424240124

References

  1. ^ a b South American University Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved 2019-10-10.