Tuesday, September 27, 2016

CamBOr 2016: Sousa and Chiles win last round

Sidnaldo Farias de Sousa and Franciely De Siqueira Chiles were the big winners of the final round of CamBOr 2016 – Brazilian Orienteering Championships - Itamar Torrezam, which took place this weekend in the capital, Brazilia. The two athletes recorded victories in both stages, closing the best way the major Brazilian competition of the season.

The Brazilian Orienteering Confederation (CBO), the Federal District Orienteering Federation (FO-DF), the College of Orienteering Club Militar of Brazilia (COMIB), Tiradentes Orienteering Club (COTI) and Rocha’s Orienteering Club (COR), carried out last weekend the 3rd and final round of the 18th Brazilian Orienteering Championships - Itamar Torrezam. With one stage scoring for the IOF World Ranking, in the last day of competition, the event called to Brazilia close to four hundred and fifty competitors, representing 57 clubs.

In the competitive program, the event was hardly contested, showing Sidnaldo Farias de Sousa (ADAAN) and Franciely De Siqueira Chiles (COSM) as the big winners in the Elite category. In the Long Distance stage that filled the competitive program on Saturday, Farias de Sousa was the fastest to finish the 9.7 km of his course in 1:11:38. Only 47 seconds after the winner, Cleber Baratto Vidal (COSM) was second while the third place fell to Leandro Pereira Pasturiza (COSaM). Farias de Sousa would return to the victories in the last day of competition, taking the first place in the WRE Middle Distance stage with a time of 48:24, again with a thin advantage of just 37 seconds for the second place that belonged to Leandro Pasturiza. Julian Pasturiza (COSaM) finished the race in the third position, with 56 seconds more than the winner. With this results, Leandro Pereira Pasturiza was able to keep the good advantage in the Brazilian ranking at the start for the decisive round, revalidating the title of Brazilian Orienteering Champion, which happens for the third year in a row. And for the seventh time in his career so far.

Separated in the Ranking by just four points at the start for this round, Franciely De Siqueira Chiles (COSM) and Leticia Saltori (ADAAN) staged two extraordinary duels, in both cases favorable to Chiles. Nearly five minutes ahead of Saltori in the Long Distance and about two and a half minutes in the Middle Distance allowed to Franciely De Siqueira Chiles get the necessary points to cancel the disadvantage to her most direct opponent, winning the Brazilian Orienteering Champion Brazil for the second time in her career, after the triumph in the same competition in 2014.


Long Distance

Men Elite
1. Sidnaldo Farias Sousa (ADAAN) 1:11:38 (+ 00:00)
2. Cléber Baratto Vidal (COSM) 1:12:25 (+ 00:47)
3. Leandro Pereira Pasturiza (COSaM) 1:15:52 (+ 04:14)
4. Juliano Pereira Pasturiza (COSaM) 1:15:55 (+ 04:17)
5. Marciano Kaminski (CSS Santo Ângelo) 1:20:10 (+ 08:32)

Women Elite
1. Franciely De Siqueira Chiles (COSM) 1:20:14 (+ 00:00)
2. Leticia Saltori (ADAAN) 1:24:56 (+ 04:42)
3. Edinéia Roniak (CO Gralha Azul) 1:25:48 (+ 05:34)
4. Elaine Lenz (ADAAN) 1:25:56 (+ 05:42)
5. Raquel Sales Arendt (IDS Dourados) 1:36:41 (+ 16:27)

Middle Distance

Men Elite
1. Sidnaldo Farias Sousa (ADAAN) 48:24 (+ 00:00)
2. Leandro Pereira Pasturiza (COSaM) 49:01 (+ 00:37)
3. Juliano Pereira Pasturiza (COSaM) 49:20 (+ 00:56)
4. Ironir Alberto Ev (COSM) 50:57 (+ 02:33)
5. Carlos Araújo (CO Gralha Azul) 53:10 (+ 04:46)

Women Elite
1. Franciely De Siqueira Chiles (COSM) 52:14 (+ 00:00)
2. Leticia Saltori (ADAAN) 54:47 (+ 02:33)
3. Pavla Zdráhalová De Oliveira (AOAUFRJ) 59:48 (+ 07:34)
4. Soraya Cabral (Kaapora CO) 59:56 (+ 07:42)
5. Sara Weis (CO Gralha Azul) 1:04:24 (+ 12:10)

Complete results at http://helga-o.com/webres/.

[Photo: Franciely Chiles / facebook.com/franciely.chiles]

Joaquim Margarido

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