Pan American Games 2011: Final Medal Tally

1 11 2011
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After over 2 weeks and 361 events, the curtains fall in Guadalajara, Mexico as they successfully stages the 2011 Pan American Games. The Unites States ran away with the most medals and golds. Cuba finished second in the gold medal haul with 58 while Brazil has the second most medals in the competitions with 141. Host Mexico finished fourth in the overall race. Here is the final medal tally after all the 361 events:

 

Pos. Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1

 United States

92

79

65

236

2  Cuba

58

35

43

136

3

 Brazil

48

35

59

141

4

 Mexico

42

41

50

133

5  Canada

30

40

49

119

6

 Colombia

24

25

35

84

7

 Argentina

21

19

34

74

8

 Venezuela

12

27

32

71

9  Dominican Rep.

7

9

17

33

10

 Ecuador

7

8

9

24

11

 Guatemala

7

3

5

15

12

 Puerto Rico

6

8

9

23

13
 Chile

2

17

24

43

14

 Jamaica

1

5

1

7

15
 Bahamas

1

1

1

3

15
 Cayman Islands

1

1

1

3

17

 Neth. Antilles

1

0

1

2

18

 Costa Rica

1

0

0

1

19

 Uruguay

0

3

2

5

20
 Peru

0

2

5

7

21  Trinidad & Tob.

0

2

2

4

22

 St. Kitts&Nevis

0

2

0

2

23  El Salvador

0

1

0

1

24
 Barbados

0

0

2

2

24

 Bolivia

0

0

2

2

24

 Paraguay

0

0

2

2

27

 Dominica

0

0

1

1

27
 Guyana

0

0

1

1

27
 Panama

0

0

1

1

Total

 

361

363

454

1178

 

 

 

 





Pan American Games 2011: Medal Tally and latest results (10-30-2011), Cuba pulling away from Brazil

30 10 2011

Guadalajara, Mexico – As the competition in 2011 Pan American Games heats up and down to its final events, Cuba has virtually secured 2nd place in the gold medal race. With 54 golds compared to the 46 of Brazil, the Cubans could thank boxing for its eventual hold of the second position. The United States are comfortably ahead of the competition with 90 golds and 231 medals out of 346 completed events.

Canada also misses some golden chances as their men’s teams in water polo and field hockey settled for silver medals.

Here is the updated medal tally of Guadalajara 2011:

 

Pos. Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1

 United States

90

79

62

231

2  Cuba

54

34

43

131

3

 Brazil

46

33

56

134

4

 Mexico

40

36

46

122

5  Canada

28

37

47

113

6

 Colombia

24

23

32

79

7

 Argentina

21

18

31

70

8

 Venezuela

12

27

31

70

9  Dominican Rep.

7

8

17

32

10

 Guatemala

7

3

5

15

11

 Ecuador

6

8

8

22

12

 Puerto Rico

4

8

7

19

13
 Chile

2

17

24

43

14

 Jamaica

1

5

1

7

15
 Bahamas

1

1

1

3

15
 Cayman Islands

1

1

1

3

17

 Neth. Antilles

1

0

1

2

18

 Costa Rica

1

0

0

1

19

 Uruguay

0

3

2

5

20
 Peru

0

2

5

7

21  Trinidad & Tob.

0

2

2

4

22

 St. Kitts&Nevis

0

2

0

2

23  El Salvador

0

1

0

1

24
 Barbados

0

0

2

2

24

 Bolivia

0

0

2

2

24

 Paraguay

0

0

2

2

27

 Dominica

0

0

1

1

27
 Guyana

0

0

1

1

27
 Panama

0

0

1

1

Total

 

346

348

432

1126

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Pan American Games 2011 Boxing: Cuba is king of the ring!

30 10 2011
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The 2011 Pan American Games boxing tilt is in its late stages and Cuba once again asserted its domination in the ring. The mighty Cubans grabbed 9 medal, 8 golds and 1 silver. The boxer’s superiority helped Cuba leapfrog over Brazil in the overall medal standings. Cuba had an easier as the United States did not send a boxing contingent. This year’s Pan American Games also marked the introduction of Women’s boxing in the competition. Here is the updated medal tally for boxing:

 Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba (CUB) 8 1 0 9
2  Mexico (MEX) 1 2 4 7
3  Canada (CAN) 1 0 3 4
4  Dominican Republic (DOM) 0 2 1 3
4  Ecuador (ECU) 0 2 1 3
6  Brazil (BRA) 0 2 5 7
7  Bahamas (BAH) 0 1 0 1
8  Venezuela (VEN) 0 0 4 4
9  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 3 3
10  Puerto Rico (PUR) 0 0 3 3
11  Barbados (BAR) 0 0 1 1
11  Colombia (COL) 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 26 46

 

Here are the medallists in the men’s competition, so far:

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight Mexico Joselito Velazquez
Mexico (MEX)
Cuba Yosbany Veitia
Cuba (CUB)
Puerto Rico Jantony Ortiz
Puerto Rico (PUR)
Dominican Republic Juan Hererad
Dominican Republic (DOM)
Flyweight Cuba Robeisy Ramirez
Cuba (CUB)
Dominican Republic Dagoberto Aguero
Dominican Republic (DOM)
Mexico Braulio Avila
Mexico (MEX)
Brazil Juliao Henriques
Brazil (BRA)
Bantamweight Cuba Lazaro Alvarez
Cuba (CUB)
Mexico Oscar Valdez
Mexico (MEX)
Venezuela Angel Rodriguez
Venezuela (VEN)
Brazil Robenilson De Jesus
Brazil (BRA)
Lightweight Cuba Yasnier Toledo
Cuba (CUB)
Brazil Robson Da Conceicao
Brazil (BRA)
Puerto Rico Angel Suarez
Puerto Rico (PUR)
Mexico Angel Gutierrez
Mexico (MEX)
Light welterweight Cuba Roniel Iglesias
Cuba (CUB)
The Bahamas Valentino Knowles
Bahamas (BAH)
Venezuela Joelvis Hernandes
Venezuela (VEN)
Brazil Éverton Lopes
Brazil (BRA)
Welterweight Cuba Carlos Banteux
Cuba (CUB)
Mexico Oscar Molina
Mexico (MEX)
Canada Mian Hussain
Canada (CAN)
Brazil Myke Carvalho
Brazil (BRA)
Middleweight Cuba Emilio Correa
Cuba (CUB)
Ecuador Jaime Cortez
Ecuador (ECU)
Venezuela Juan Carlos Rodriguez
Venezuela (VEN)
Canada Brody Blair
Canada (CAN)
Light heavyweight Ecuador Carlos Gongora
Ecuador (ECU)
Mexico Armando Pina
Mexico (MEX)
Heavyweight Cuba Lenier Pero
Cuba (CUB)
Ecuador Jaime Cortez
Ecuador (ECU)
Argentina Yamil Peralta
Argentina (ARG)
Barbados Anderson Emmanuel
Barbados (BAR)
Super heavyweight Colombia Isaia Mena
Colombia (COL)
Puerto Rico Gerado Bisbal
Puerto Rico (PUR)

 

 





Pan American Games 2011: Medal Tally and latest results (Oct. 29), Cuba overtakes Brazil for 2nd place

29 10 2011

The medal race is really heating up as Cuba overtook Brazil in the latest medal tally. Here is how each country stacks up against each other:

Pos. Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1

 United States

86

75

57

218

2  Cuba

49

20

50

119

3

 Brazil

45

29

51

125

4

 Mexico

38

34

45

117

5  Canada

26

36

47

109

6

 Colombia

23

23

30

76

7

 Argentina

19

15

29

63

8

 Venezuela

12

27

28

67

9

 Guatemala

7

3

4

14

10  Dominican Rep.

6

6

17

29

11

 Ecuador

4

8

8

20

12

 Puerto Rico

4

7

7

18

13
 Chile

2

17

21

40

14

 Jamaica

1

5

1

7

15
 Bahamas

1

1

1

3

15
 Cayman Islands

1

1

1

3

17

 Costa Rica

1

0

0

1

17

 Neth. Antilles

1

0

0

1

19

 Uruguay

0

3

2

5

20  Trinidad & Tob.

0

2

2

4

21

 St. Kitts&Nevis

0

2

0

2

22
 Peru

0

1

4

5

23  El Salvador

0

1

0

1

24
 Barbados

0

0

2

2

24

 Bolivia

0

0

2

2

24

 Paraguay

0

0

2

2

27

 Dominica

0

0

1

1

27
 Guyana

0

0

1

1

27
 Panama

0

0

1

1

Total

 

326

326

405

1057

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The Gold Medallists of the 2011 Pan American Games

29 10 2011

Guadalajara, Mexico – The goal of every athlete in any major competition is win the gold medal. The gold medal symbolizes being the top athlete in a certain event. Here are the gold medal winners at the 2011 Pan American Games:

Women’s Mountain Bike – Cross Country Heather IRMIGER 

Men’s Mountain Bike- Cross Country:  Hector Leonardo PAEZ 

Women’s Taekwondo – -49 kg:  Ivett GONDA 

Men’s Taekwondo – -58 kg:  Yulis Gabriel MERCEDES REYES 

Women’s Modern Pentathlon: Margaux ISAKSEN 

Women’s Rhythmic  Gymnastics All Around:  Julie Ashley ZETLIN 

Women’s Swimming 100m Butterfly Claire DONAHUE 

Men’s Swimming 400m Individual Medley Thiago PEREIRA 

Women’s Swimming 400m Individual Medley:  Julia Elizabeth SMIT 

Men’s Swimming 400m Freestyle:  Charles Gipson HOUCHIN

Women’s Swimming 4x100m Freestyle Relay UNITED STATES

Women’s Road Race Inidividual Time Trial:  Maria Luisa CALLE 

Men’s Road Race Inidividual Time Trial:  Marlon Alirio PEREZ 

Equestrian Team Dressage:  UNITED STATES

Rhythmic Gymnastics Groups All Around:  BRAZIL

Men’s Modern Pentathlon:  Oscar  SOTO 

Women’s Taekwondo -57kg:  Irma Edith CONTRERAS 

Men’s Taekwondo -68kg:  Jhohanny JEAN BARTERMI 

Men’s Shooting 10m Air Pistol:   Daryl Lee SZARENSKI 

Women’s Shooting 10m Air Pistol:  Dorothy LUDWIG 

Women’s Swimming 100m Backstroke:  Rachel BOOTSMA 

Men’s Swimming 100m Freestyle:  Cesar CIELO 

Women’s Swimming 200m Freestyle:  Catherine BREED 

Men’s Swimming 100m Breaststroke:  Felipe FRANÇA 

Men’s Swimming 4x100m Freestyle Relay:  Brazil

Women’s Table Tennis Team :  Dominican Republic

Men’s Table Tennis Team:  Brazil

Women’s Rowing Pair:  Argentina

Women’s Rowing Double Sculls:  Cuba

Men’s Rowing Double Sculls:  Argentina

Men’s Rowing Four:  Argentina

Men’s Shooting 10m Air Rifle:  Matthew Lee RAWLINGS 

Women’s Shooting 10m Air Rifle:   Emily Jean CARUSO 

Men’s Squash Doubles:  Mexico

Women’s Squash Doubles:  Mexico

Men’s Track Cycling Team Pursuit:  Colombia

Men’s Track Cycling Team Sprint:   Venezuela

Women’s Track Cycling Team Sprint:  Venezuela

Women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Hoop:  Cynthia Yazmin VALDEZ

Women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball:  Julie Ashley  ZETLIN 

Women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Groups 5 Ball:  Brazil

Women’s Taekwondo 67kg:  Melissa AGNOTTA 

Men’s Taekwondo 80kg: Sebastian CRISMANICH 

Women’s Swimming 400m Freestyle:  Gillian Rene RYAN 

Men’s Swimming 200m Butterfly:  Leonardo DE DEUS 

Women’s Swimming 100m Breaststroke Ann Catherine CHANDLER 

Men’s Swimming 100m Breaststroke:  Thiago PEREIRA 

Women’s Squash Individual:  Samantha TERAN 

Men’s Squash Individual: Miguel  RODRIGUEZ 

Women’s Rowing Single Sculls:  Margot SHUMWAY 

Women’s Rowing Lightweight Double Sculls:  Mexico

Women’s Rowing Pair:  United States

Men’s Rowing Pair:  Argentina

Men’s Rowing Lightweight Double Sculls:  Mexico

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Pan American Games 2011: Medal Tally and latest results (October 29)

29 10 2011

The medal races are heating up in Guadalajara, Mexico at the 2011 Pan American Games as Brazil and Cuba are locked tied 2nd in the gold medal standings. Mexico has pulled away from Canada for 4th while Canada is trying to hold on to the 5th spot as Columbia is slowly gaining ground on them. Cuba and Brazil are fighting hard at the Judo mats. Here is the latest medal tally:

Pos. Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1

 United States

82

74

56

212

2

 Brazil

44

29

46

119

3  Cuba

44

18

49

111

4

 Mexico

34

30

43

107

5  Canada

25

34

44

103

6

 Colombia

23

23

30

76

7

 Argentina

19

13

28

60

8

 Venezuela

12

27

24

63

9

 Guatemala

7

3

4

14

10  Dominican Rep.

6

5

16

27

11

 Puerto Rico

4

7

6

17

12

 Ecuador

4

6

8

18

13
 Chile

2

17

20

39

14

 Jamaica

1

5

1

7

15
 Cayman Islands

1

1

1

3

16
 Bahamas

1

0

1

2

17

 Costa Rica

1

0

0

1

17

 Neth. Antilles

1

0

0

1

19

 Uruguay

0

3

1

4

20  Trinidad & Tob.

0

2

2

4

21

 St. Kitts&Nevis

0

2

0

2

22
 Peru

0

1

4

5

23  El Salvador

0

1

0

1

24

 Bolivia

0

0

2

2

24

 Paraguay

0

0

2

2

26
 Barbados

0

0

1

1

26

 Dominica

0

0

1

1

26
 Guyana

0

0

1

1

26
 Panama

0

0

1

1

Total

after 311 events

311

311

382

1004

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Pan American Games 2011: Medal Tally and latest results (October 28, Update II)

28 10 2011
Pos. Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1

 United States

76

69

54

199

2

 Brazil

36

24

39

99

3

 Cuba

35

22

30

87

4

 Mexico

27

29

38

94

5  Canada

23

29

36

88

6

 Colombia

21

20

29

70

7

 Argentina

19

9

23

51

8

 Venezuela

10

25

21

56

9

 Guatemala

6

3

3

12

10  Dominican Rep.

5

3

14

22

11

 Puerto Rico

4

6

4

14

12

 Ecuador

3

5

8

16

13
 Chile

2

15

16

33

14

 Jamaica

1

2

1

4

15
 Cayman Islands

1

1

1

3

16

 Costa Rica

1

0

0

1

16

 Neth. Antilles

1

0

0

1

18

 Uruguay

0

3

1

4

19  Trinidad & Tob.

0

2

2

4

20

 Peru

0

1

4

5

21
 El Salvador

0

1

0

1

21

 St. Kitts&Nevis

0

1

0

1

23

 Bolivia

0

0

2

2

23

 Paraguay

0

0

2

2

25
 Bahamas

0

0

1

1

25
 Barbados

0

0

1

1

25

 Dominica

0

0

1

1

25
 Guyana

0

0

1

1

25
 Panama

0

0

1

1

Total

 

271

271

334

876

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