1988 Pan American Race Walking Cup

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1988 Pan American Race Walking Cup
Organisers Pan American Race Walking Committee
Edition 3rd
Date 12–13 November
Host city Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires,  Argentina
Location Boulevard Marítimo Félix U. Camet
Nations participating 9
Athletes participating 74
Races 3

The 1988 Pan American Race Walking Cup was held in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 12–13 November. The track of the Cup runs in the Boulevard Marítimo Félix U. Camet.[1]

Complete results,[1] medal winners until 2011,[2] and the results for the Mexican athletes were published.[3]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
20 km walk  Carlos Mercenario (MEX) 1:24:00  Ernesto Canto (MEX) 1:25:15  Guillaume LeBlanc (CAN) 1:27:08
50 km walk  Martín Bermúdez (MEX) 4:03:20  Arturo Bravo (MEX) 4:06:55  Víctor Sánchez (MEX) 4:10:26
Men (Team)
Team 20 km walk  United States 34 pts Mexico México 30 pts  Argentina 22 pts
Team 50 km walk Mexico México 43 pts  United States 32 pts  Venezuela 22 pts
Women
10 km walk  Ann Peel (CAN) 46:23  María de la Luz Colín (MEX) 46:33  Debbi Lawrence (USA) 46:44
Women (Team)
Team 10 km walk  Canada 48 pts  United States 39 pts Mexico México 39 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Carlos Mercenario  MEX 1:24:00
2nd Ernesto Canto  MEX 1:25:15
3rd Guillaume LeBlanc  CAN 1:27:08
4 Tim Lewis  USA 1:28:14
5 Cláudio Bertolino  BRA 1:31:00
6 Carl Schueler  USA 1:31:39
7 Michael Stauch  USA 1:32:30
8 Jorge Yannone  ARG 1:33:09
9 Mario Rodríguez  PAN 1:34:15
10 César Martínez  VEN 1:34:39
11 Fernando Laterza  ARG 1:35:03
12 Luis Parada  CHI 1:35:37
13 Gary Morgan  USA 1:35:52
14 Benjamín Loréfice  ARG 1:36:35
15 Cicero Sabino de Moura  BRA 1:38:56
16 Eliu Barrera  CHI 1:40:09
17 Pedro Araújo  BRA 1:40:16
18 Ramón Guerrero  VEN 1:40:39
19 Josimar de Carvalho  BRA 1:46:45
Joel Sánchez  MEX DQ
Omar Castillo  VEN DQ
Jorge Loréfice  ARG DQ
David Mendoza  VEN DQ
Alberto Cruz  MEX DQ

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  United States 34 pts
2nd Mexico México 30 pts
3rd  Argentina 22 pts
4  Brazil 21 pts
5  Venezuela 11 pts

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Martín Bermúdez  MEX 4:03:20
2nd Arturo Bravo  MEX 4:06:55
3rd Víctor Sánchez  MEX 4:10:26
4 Martin Archambault  CAN 4:12:09
5 Herman Nelson  USA 4:15:01
6 Paul Wick  USA 4:21:36
7 Lino Páez  VEN 4:26:42
8 Eugene Kitts  USA 4:36:18
9 Juan Yáñez  VEN 4:36:44
10 Ademir Domingues  BRA 4:46:52
11 Antônio Kohler  BRA 4:47:30
12 Roberto Villalorenzo  ARG 4:47:53
13 Argenis Guevara  VEN 4:52:17
14 Nelson Ferreira Rocha  BRA 4:54:08
15 Jorge Osvaldo Linari  ARG 5:01:22
16 Antonio Deierolamo  ARG 5:24:03
Juan Limpio  VEN DQ
Hernán Andrade  MEX DQ
Alberto Hidalgo  ARG DNF
Eliu Barrera  CHI DNF
Marco Evoniuk  USA DNF
Claudio Fernandes  BRA DNF
Luis Parada  CHI DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1st Mexico México 43 pts
2nd  United States 32 pts
3rd  Venezuela 22 pts
4  Brazil 16 pts
5  Argentina 8 pts

Women's 10 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1st Ann Peel  CAN 46:23
2nd María de la Luz Colín  MEX 46:33
3rd Debbi Lawrence  USA 46:44
4 Janice McCaffrey  CAN 46:45
5 Alison Baker  CAN 47:17
6 Graciela Mendoza  MEX 48:32
7 Pascale Grand  CAN 48:35
8 Maryanne Torrellas  USA 49:02
9 Deborah Powell  CAN 49:07
10 Wendy Sharp  USA 49:09
11 Sara Standley  USA 50:51
12 Rosemar Piazza  BRA 54:02
13 Carla Castro  MEX 54:03
14 Ivana Rubia Henn  BRA 54:34
15 Maritza Aragón  VEN 54:42
16 Ofelia Puyol  ARG 54:50
17 Marcela León  ARG 54:58
18 Claudia Córdoba  ARG 56:12
19 Mirta Casal  ARG 56:19
20 Denise Volker  BRA 58:38
21 Ivonne da Silva  BRA 59:46
22 Janette Bougeart  VEN 1:00:37
Francisca Martínez  MEX DQ
Teresa Vaill  USA DQ
Allison Castillo  DOM DQ
Lourdes Lora  DOM DQ
Carmen Arvelo  VEN DQ

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1st  Canada 48 pts
2nd  United States 39 pts
3rd Mexico México 39 pts
4  Brazil 21 pts
5  Argentina 15 pts
6  Venezuela 9 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 74 athletes from 9 countries is reported.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Aguilera, Rubén, Historia de las Copas Panamericanas de Marcha Atlética 1984-2007 (in Spanish), Association of Panamerican Athletics, p. 122, retrieved July 25, 2013 
  2. ^ DIRECCION TECNICA (April 24, 2013), MEDALLISTAS DE LA COPA PANAMERICANA DE MARCHA (in Spanish), Federación Mexicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo, retrieved July 25, 2013 
  3. ^ Pineda Rodríguez, Luis (February 1, 2012), Historial de Copas Panamericanas de Caminata - Resultados de Atletas Mexicanos Participantes (in Spanish), Federación Mexicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo, retrieved July 25, 2013