1998 Pan American Race Walking Cup

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1998 Pan American Race Walking Cup
Organisers Pan American Race Walking Committee
Edition 8th
Date 3–4 October
Host city Miami, Florida,  United States
Location Biscayne Boulevard, Bayfront Park
Nations participating 9
Athletes participating 61
Races 3

The 1998 Pan American Race Walking Cup was held in Miami, Florida, United States. The track of the Cup runs in the Biscayne Boulevard, Bayfront Park.[1][2][3]

The women's 20 km race was held for the first time replacing the women's 10 km competition.

Complete results,[1][2] medal winners until 2011,[4] and the results for the Mexican athletes were published.[5]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
20 km walk  Ignacio Zamudio (MEX) 1:28:33  Daniel García (MEX) 1:29:58  Joel Sánchez (MEX) 1:30:23
50 km walk  Carlos Mercenario (MEX) 4:06:38  Rubén Arikado (MEX) 4:12:01  Rogelio Sánchez (MEX) 4:17:18
Men (Team)
Team 20 km walk Mexico México 6 pts  United States 34 pts  Canada 35 pts
Team 50 km walk Mexico México 6 pts  United States 15 pts
Women
20 km walk  Joanne Dow (USA) 1:38:57  Teresa Vaill (USA) 1:41:02  María del Rosario Sánchez (MEX) 1:42:22
Women (Team)
Team 20 km walk  United States 9 pts Mexico México 14 pts  Canada 38 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Ignacio Zamudio  MEX 1:28:33
2 Daniel García  MEX 1:29:58
3 Joel Sánchez  MEX 1:30:23
4 Arturo Huerta  CAN 1:30:35
5 Miguel Solis  MEX 1:31:43
6 Alejandro López  MEX 1:33:31
7 Luis Fernando García  GUA 1:34:00
8 Nixon Zambrano  COL 1:35:23
9 Héctor Moreno  COL 1:35:57
10 Curt Clausen  USA 1:37:11
11 Al Heppner  USA 1:37:29
12 Omar Aguirre  ECU 1:38:56
13 Jonathan Matthews  USA 1:40:09
14 Mário dos Santos  BRA 1:41:40
15 Tim Berrett  CAN 1:42:19
16 Blair Miller  CAN 1:47:03
17 Román Criollo  ECU 1:47:03
18 Sérgio Vieira Galdino  BRA 1:49:40
19 Sidinei Rodrigues  BRA 1:50:00
20 Gary Morgan  USA 1:51:18
21 Alfredo Cabrera  PUR 1:56:18
Gordon Mosher  CAN DQ
Mario Alegría  GUA DQ
Roberto Oscal  GUA DQ
Orlando Díaz  COL DNF
Xavier Moreno  ECU DNF
Segundo Peñafiel  ECU DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 6 pts
2  United States 34 pts
3  Canada 35 pts
4  Brazil 51 pts

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Carlos Mercenario  MEX 4:06:38
2 Rubén Arikado  MEX 4:12:01
3 Rogelio Sánchez  MEX 4:17:18
4 Philip Dunn  USA 4:25:30
5 Marco Evoniuk  USA 4:36:53
6 Theron Kissinger  USA 4:37:55
7 Mark Green  USA 4:44:55
Alejandro Vele  ECU DQ
Francisco Berdeja  MEX DQ
Claudio Erasmo Vargas  MEX DQ
Jefferson Pérez  ECU DNF
Patricio Villacorte  ECU DNF
Hugo López  GUA DNF
Julio César Urías  GUA DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 6 pts
2  United States 15 pts

Women's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Joanne Dow  USA 1:38:57
2 Teresa Vaill  USA 1:41:02
3 María del Rosario Sánchez  MEX 1:42:22
4 Aura Morales  MEX 1:43:03
5 Liliana Bermeo  COL 1:43:04
6 Susan Armenta  USA 1:44:58
7 Mara Ibáñez  MEX 1:46:16
8 Teresita Collado  GUA 1:46:37
9 Jill Zenner  USA 1:47:15
10 Holly Gerke  CAN 1:47:43
11 Victoria Herazo  USA 1:48:02
12 Gladys Criollo  ECU 1:50:02
13 Janice McCaffrey  CAN 1:51:23
14 Gianetti Bonfim  BRA 1:51:45
15 Susan Hornung  CAN 1:52:15
16 Rosane Prigol dos Santos  BRA 1:53:19
17 Zoila Reyes  GUA 1:58:00
18 Lidia Ojeda de Carriego  ARG 2:01:28
Nailze de Azevedo Pazin  BRA DNF
Victoria Palacios  MEX DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  United States 9 pts
2 Mexico México 14 pts
3  Canada 38 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 61 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, pp. 63–67, retrieved July 4, 2013 
  2. ^ a b 1998 PAN AMERICAN RACE WALK CUP - BAYFRONT PARK - MIAMI, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 4, 1998, USA Track & Field, retrieved July 23, 2013 
  3. ^ Robb, Sharon (October 2, 1998), Racewalk Gives Area Chance To Impress, Sun-Sentinel, retrieved July 23, 2013 
  4. ^ DIRECCION TECNICA (April 24, 2013), MEDALLISTAS DE LA COPA PANAMERICANA DE MARCHA (in Spanish), Federación Mexicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo, retrieved July 23, 2013 
  5. ^ 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 23, 2013