2005 South American Ski Mountaineering Championship

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The 2005 South American Ski Mountaineering Championship (Spanish: Campeonato Sudamericano de Esquí de Montaña) was the first edition of a South American continental championship of competition ski mountaineering,

The event, which was carried out in combination with the last race of the South American Ski Mountaineering Cup race and the "2nd International Open" event at San Carlos de Bariloche from 26 to 27 August 2009, was organized by the Federación Argentina de Ski y Andinismo (FASA) and the Club Andino Bariloche (CAB). It was officially sanctioned by the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC), by the Unión Panamericana de Montaña y Escalada (UPAME), by the Federación Española de Deportes de Montaña y Escalada (FEDME) and by the Escuela Militar de Montaña, the mountain warfare school of the Argentine Army.[1]

The competitors came from Argentina and Chile, and also two male racers from Spain, one from Italy and one from Switzerland in the framework of the "International Open of Ski Mountaineering".

Results[edit]

Event was held on the Cerro Catedral on August 27, 2005.[2] The European participants (italic in the men's ranking list below) did not count in the continental championship ranking, but appeared in the "International Open" ranking.

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[3]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Argentina Mercedes Sahores 01h 20' 58"
Med 2.png Argentina Macarena Arrieta 01h 36' 49"
Med 3.png Chile Viviana Callahan 01h 43' 13"
4 Argentina Ailin Maria Reising 01h 48' 46"
5 Argentina Carolina Barbagallo 02h 18' 42"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time Intern.
Open
ranking
Med 1.png Argentina Leonardo Proverbio 01h 33' 33" Med 1.png
Med 2.png Argentina Carlos Galosi 01h 34' 53" Med 2.png
–––– Spain Carlos Del Prado 01h 46' 34" Med 3.png
Med 3.png Chile Andrés Jorquera Tapia 01h 47' 40" 4
4 Argentina Carlos Cabezas 01h 50' 14" 5
–––– Spain Sergio Camacho 01h 52' 08" 6
5 Chile Cristian Kantór 02h 00' 24" 7
–––– Italy Alejandro Masperi 02h 00' 35" 8
6 Argentina Gabriel Goin 02h 22' 19" 9
–––– Switzerland Nicolás de la Cruz 02h 29' 07" 10
7 Argentina Ivan Bocanacalza 02h 29' 45" 11
8 Argentina Víctor Krajcirik 02h 37' 33" 12
9 Argentina Marcelo Hostar 02h 44' 03" 13
10 Argentina Diego Novoa 02h 44' 07" 14

References[edit]

  1. ^ Invitación 1er Campeonato Sudamericano de Esquí de Montaña (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Declaración N° 1126-CM-05 (in Spanish), Municipal Council of Bariloche, August 9, 2005.
  3. ^ 2º Open Internacional de Travesia Archived 2014-03-09 at the Wayback Machine. (in Spanish), August 27, 2005.