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South American Mountain Running Championships

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South American Mountain Running Championships

South American Mountain Running Championships
Sport Mountain running
Founded 2004
Continent South America (CONSUDATLE)

The South American Mountain Running Championships (CONSUDATLE for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. The event was established in 2006.[1]


Year City Country Date
I 2006 Tunja, Boyacá  Colombia August 19
II 2007 Caracas  Venezuela August 12
III 2008 Caleu, Chacabuco  Chile July 27
IV 2009 Quito  Ecuador August 1
V 2010 Mendoza  Argentina July 18
VI 2011 Caracas  Venezuela August 7
VII 2012 Aratoca, Santander  Colombia August 11
VIII 2013 Cajamarca, Cajamarca  Peru July 21


Complete results were published.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b CONSUDATLE (South America) Mountain Running Championships: Result,  
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