South American Games Handball Tournament

Short History

     Handball, for men and for women, has been a part of the South American Games sporting events since the edition in 2002 in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil. Handball has been on all editions since, for men and women. The tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the Pan American Games.

Men's Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
1. 2002 Sao Bernardo do Campo
(Brazil)
3 - 9 August 2002 5 nations 12 matches 1 venues 1 cities
2. 2006 Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
9 - 13 November 2006 4 nations 10 matches 1 venues 1 cities
3. 2010 Medellin
(Colombia)
26 - 30 March 2010 5 nations 10 matches 1 venues 1 cities
4. 2014 Santiago
(Chile)
8 - 14 March 2014 7 nations 15 matches 1 venues 1 cities
5. 2018 Cochabamba
(Bolivia)
2 - 6 June 2018 7 nations 15 matches 1 venues 1 cities

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
1. 2002 Sao Bernardo do Campo
(Brazil)
ARGENTINA Brazil Uruguay
2. 2006 Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
ARGENTINA Uruguay Chile
3. 2010 Medellin
(Colombia)
BRAZIL Argentina Chile
4. 2014 Santiago
(Chile)
BRAZIL Argentina Chile
5. 2018 Cochabamba
(Bolivia)
BRAZIL Argentina Chile

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
1. 2002 Sao Bernardo do Campo
(Brazil)
Argentina - Brazil 20-18 Uruguay - Chile 24-17 Round group stage
1. & 2. go to final, 3. & 4. go to 3P match
2. 2006 Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
Argentina - Uruguay 28-21 Chile - Paraguay 43-24 Argentina - Paraguay 45-11
Uruguay - Chile 27-22
3. 2010 Medellin
(Colombia)
1. Brazil, 2. Argentina 3. Chile, 4. Uruguay
5. Colombia
Round-robin group
4. 2014 Santiago
(Chile)
Brazil - Argentina 25-23 Chile - Uruguay 27-21 Brazil - Chile 33-22
Argentina - Uruguay 23-14
5. 2018 Cochabamba
(Bolivia)
Brazil - Argentina 25-22 Chile - Uruguay 23-20 Brazil - Uruguay 41-27
Argentina - Chile 23-19

Women's Tournaments

Editions

Edition Year Host Date Nations Matches Venues Cities
1. 2002 Sao Bernardo do Campo
(Brazil)
3 - 8 August 2002 4 nations 8 matches 1 venues 1 cities
2. 2006 Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
9 - 13 November 2006 4 nations 10 matches 1 venues 1 cities
3. 2010 Medellin
(Colombia)
20 - 24 March 2010 6 nations 15 matches 1 venues 1 cities
4. 2014 Santiago
(Chile)
7 - 15 March 2014 5 nations 10 matches 1 venues 1 cities
5. 2018 Cochabamba
(Bolivia)
27 - 31 May 2018 7 nations 15 matches 1 venues 1 cities

Final positions

Edition Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place
1. 2002 Sao Bernardo do Campo
(Brazil)
BRAZIL Argentina Uruguay
2. 2006 Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
ARGENTINA Paraguay Chile
3. 2010 Medellin
(Colombia)
ARGENTINA Brazil Uruguay
4. 2014 Santiago
(Chile)
BRAZIL Argentina Chile
5. 2018 Cochabamba
(Bolivia)
BRAZIL Argentina Chile

Results

Edition Year Host Final 3. place play-off Semi-finals
1. 2002 Sao Bernardo do Campo
(Brazil)
Brazil - Argentina 26-13 Uruguay - Paraguay 25-16 Round group stage
1. & 2. go to final, 3. & 4. go to 3P match
2. 2006 Mar del Plata
(Argentina)
Argentina - Paraguay 27-26 Chile - Uruguay 24-23 Argentina - Chile 30-18
Paraguay - Uruguay 24-23
3. 2010 Medellin
(Colombia)
1. Argentina, 2. Brazil 3. Uruguay, 4. Chile
5. Paraguay, 6. Colombia
Round-robin group
4. 2014 Santiago
(Chile)
1. Brazil, 2. Argentina 3. Chile, 4. Uruguay
5. Paraguay
Round-robin group
5. 2018 Cochabamba
(Bolivia)
Brazil - Argentina 26-12 Chile - Paraguay 31-25 Brazil - Chile 30-16
Argentina - Paraguay 23-21

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