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Sport

Factbox - Libertadores Cup champions and runners-up

(Reuters) - Winners and runners-up in South America’s Libertadores Cup:

1960 Penarol Olimpia

1961 Penarol Palmeiras

1962 Santos Penarol

1964 Independiente Nacional Montevideo

1965 Independiente Penarol

1966 Penarol River Plate

1967 Racing Club Nacional Montevideo

1968 Estudiantes Palmeiras

1969 Estudiantes Nacional Montevideo

1970 Estudiantes Penarol

1971 Nacional Montevideo Estudiantes

1972 Independiente Universitario

1973 Independiente Colo Colo

1974 Independiente Sao Paulo

1975 Independiente Union Espanola

1976 Cruzeiro River Plate

1977 Boca Juniors Cruzeiro

1978 Boca Juniors Deportivo Cali

1979 Olimpia Boca Juniors

1980 Nacional Montevideo Internacional

1981 Flamengo Cobreloa

1982 Penarol Cobreloa

1983 Gremio Penarol

1984 Independiente Gremio

1985 Argentinos Juniors America de Cali

1986 River Plate America de Cali

1987 Penarol America de Cali

1988 Nacional Montevideo Newell’s Old Boys

1989 Atletico Nacional Olimpia

1990 Olimpia Barcelona SC

1991 Colo Colo Olimpia

1992 Sao Paulo Newell’s Old Boys

1993 Sao Paulo Universidad Catolica

1994 Velez Sarsfield Sao Paulo

1995 Gremio Atletico Nacional

1996 River Plate America de Cali

1997 Cruzeiro Sporting Cristal

1998 Vasco da Gama Barcelona SC

1999 Palmeiras Deportivo Cali

2000 Boca Juniors Palmeiras

2001 Boca Juniors Cruz Azul

2002 Olimpia Sao Caetano

2003 Boca Juniors Santos

2004 Once Caldas Boca Juniors

2005 Sao Paulo Atletico Paranaense

2006 Internacional Sao Paulo

2007 Boca Juniors Gremio

2008 LDU Quito Fluminense

2009 Estudiantes Cruzeiro

2010 Internacional Guadalajara

2011 Santos Penarol

2012 Corinthians Boca Juniors

2013 Atletico Mineiro Olimpia

2014 San Lorenzo Nacional Asuncion

Number of wins per club:

7 - Independiente (Argentina)

6 - Boca Juniors (Argentina)

5 - Penarol (Uruguay)

4 - Estudiantes (Argentina)

3 - Sao Paulo, Santos (both Brazil), Nacional Montevideo (Uruguay), Olimpia (Paraguay)

2 - River Plate (Argentina), Cruzeiro, Gremio, Internacional (all Brazil)

1 - Racing Club, Velez Sarsfield, Argentinos Juniors, San Lorenzo (all Argentina), Flamengo, Palmeiras, Vasco da Gama, Atletico Mineiro (all Brazil), Atletico Nacional, Once Caldas (both Colombia), Colo Colo (Chile), LDU Quito (Ecuador)

Compiled by Rex Gowar; Editing by Peter Rutherford

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