|1961||Bolivarian Games||Barranquilla, Colombia||3rd||High jump||1.75 m|
|2nd||Shot put||13.93 m|
|2nd||Discus throw||45.42 m|
|2nd||Javelin throw||66.43 m|
|1965||Bolivarian Games||Quito, Ecuador||3rd||Pole vault||4.10 m A|
|1st||Long jump||7.48 m A|
|2nd||Shot put||14.12 m A|
|2nd||Discus throw||42.57 m A|
|3rd||Javelin throw||60.56 m A|
|1st||Pentathlon||3376 pts A|
|1970||Bolivarian Games||Maracaibo, Venezuela||1st||Pole vault||4.15 m|
|1st||Shot put||14.91 m|
|1973||Bolivarian Games||Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá||2nd||Pole vault||4.30 m|
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