Keila Costa en route to her long jump title at the Brazilian championships (Marcelo Ferrelli/CBAt) © Copyright
Murer, this year’s World indoor champion in the Pole Vault, closed her 2010 season with a decisive victory over Joana Costa (4.15m). This was the sixth national title for the 29-year-old from Campinas, who this year had improved her South American record to 4.85m at the Ibero-American Championships in San Fernando, Spain (4 June).
“I wanted to end the season with a good performance at the Troféu in front of my family, and the fans. My coach (Élson Miranda) was looking for a Vault over 4.70, and I was able to please him with that,” said Murer who ended the competition with three misses at 4.90m.
Keila Costa, the bronze medallist in the Long Jump at the World Indoor Championships in Doha earlier this year, scored a good double, winning the Long Jump with a 6.61m leap and the Triple Jump with a wind-assisted 14.03w.
(13.79/1.0). “I liked my performance in the long jump”, said Costa, despite three fouls in the final. She also produced a wind-legal 13.79m in the Triple Jump.
Veteran Discus thrower Elisângela Adriano, 38, obtained her 14th national title in the event with a 57.69m best effort. At the same event, Ronald Julião, one of the best Brazilian athletes of the season, won the men’s title at 60.62m, a championship record. In July, Julião threw a 63.09m national record in Madrid. Here he also won the Shopt Put with an 18.69m PB.
The sprints where affected by a strong head wind and cold temperatures, but in spite of that, Ana Cláudia Lemos Silva and Jefferson Liberato Lucindo obtained fine doubles at 100/200m.
Lucindo ran 10.39 and 20.75, both PBs, while Lemos Silva clocked 11.53 and 23.21. The latter recently improved the South American 100m record, clocking 11.15 on 4 September in São Paulo.
In preparation for the 2010 ING New York City Marathon, which he has won previously in 2006 and 2008, Marílson Gomes dos Santos took the 10,000m title in 28:44.59, in a race he dominated entirely (14:31.8 at 5000m).
Eduardo Biscayart for the IAAF
Champions of XXIX Troféu Brasil – São Paulo, 15-19 September
100m (-1.9)/200m (-0.9): Jefferson Lucindo 10.39/20.75
400m: Hederson Estefani 46.14
800m: Kléberson Davide 1:46.45
1500/5000m: Leandro de Oliveira 3:42.69/14:12.73
10,000m: Marílson dos Santos 28:44.59
3000m St: Hudson de Souza 8:44.38
110m hurdles (0.1): Éder Souza 14.03
400m hurdles: Mahau Suguimati 50.26
HJ: Jessé de Lima 2.20
PV: Fábio Gomes da Silva 5.56
LJ: Mauro Vínícius da Silva 8.01/1.3
TJ: Hilton de Souza 16.93/1.2
SP/DT: Ronald Julião 18.69/60.62
HT: Wágner Domingos 70.90
JT: Luis Fernando da Silva 72.77
Dec: Anderson Venâncio 7765
4x100m: Londrina 40.61
4x400m: Pinheiros 3:08.75
20Km Walk: Mario José dos Santos 1:27:39
100m (-2.2)/200m (1.0): Ana Cláudia Lemos Silva 11.53/23.21
400m: Geisa Coutinho 51.93
800m: Jéssica dos Santos 2:06.79
1500m: Tatiele de Carvalho 4:27.08
5000m/10000m: Fabiana Cristine da Silva 16:06.41/34:15.85
3000m St: Sabine Heitling 10:08.25
100m hurdles (-2.2): Maíla Machado 13.51
400m hurdles: Fernanda Tavares 58.55
HJ: Mônica de Freitas 1.87
PV: Fabiana Murer 4.70
LJ/TJ: Keila Costa 6.61 (0.2)/14.03 (2.8)
SP: Andréa Pereira 15.65
DT: Elisângela Adriano 57.59
HT: Josiane Soares 61.17
JT: Laila Ferrer de Silva 56.68
Hep: Vanessa Spinola 5677
4x100m/4x400m: BM&F 43.88/3:37.02
20Km Walk: Cisiane Dutra Lopes 1:39:36