2005 Pan American Race Walking Cup

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2005 Pan American Race Walking Cup
Organisers Pan American Race Walking Committee
Edition 12th
Date 7–8 May
Host city Lima, Peru Perú
Location Avenida Augusto Pérez Aranibar
Nations participating 16
Athletes participating 120 (+ 10 guests)
Races 5

The 2005 Pan American Race Walking Cup was held in Lima, Perú on 7–8 May. The track of the Cup runs in the Avenida Augusto Pérez Aranibar.[1]

A detailed report was given by Eduardo Biscayart.[2] Complete results were published.[1][3]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Alex Tapia (PER) 42:11  Robinson Vivar (ECU) 42:28  Yassir Cabrera (PAN) 43:20
20 km walk  Rolando Saquipay (ECU) 1:19:21  Luis Fernando López (COL) 1:20:26  Sergio Vieira Galdino (BRA) 1:21:29
50 km walk  Miguel Solís (MEX) 3:54:24  Horacio Nava (MEX) 3:59:26  Claudio Erasmo Vargas (MEX) 4:03:03
Men (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
 Ecuador 7 pts Peru Perú 8 pts  Puerto Rico 22 pts
Team 20 km walk  Ecuador 16 pts Mexico México 23 pts  Brazil 32 pts
Team 50 km walk Mexico México 6 pts  United States 28 pts
Women
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Rachel Lavallée (CAN) 47:37  Maria Michta (USA) 48:03  Verónica Colindres (ESA) 48:06
20 km walk  Cristina López (ESA) 1:30:35  Miriam Ramón (ECU) 1:31:25  Graciela Mendoza (MEX) 1:33:04
Women (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
 Ecuador 10 pts Peru Perú 13 pts  Canada 17 pts
Team 20 km walk Mexico México 22 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Rolando Saquipay  ECU 1:19:21
2 Luis Fernando López  COL 1:20:26
3 Sergio Vieira Galdino  BRA 1:21:29
4 Gustavo Restrepo  COL 1:22:01
5 Daniel García  MEX 1:22:43
6 Fausto Quinde  ECU 1:23:06
7 Gabriel Ortíz  MEX 1:23:21
8 Edwin Centeno  PER 1:24:54
9 Oswaldo Ortega  ECU 1:25:51
10 Tim Seaman  USA 1:27:18
11 Álvaro García  MEX 1:27:34
* Oscar Ramírez  MEX 1:27:38
12 Ronald Huayta  BOL 1:27:38
13 Carlos Borgoño  CHI 1:27:48
14 Mário José dos Santos  BRA 1:29:01
15 José Bernardo Bagio  BRA 1:29:37
16 John Nunn  USA 1:29:44
* Edwin Malacatus  ECU 1:29:45
17 Juan Carlos Sandy  BOL 1:30:08
18 Loisel Gutiérrez  CUB 1:30:53
19 Franklin Aduviri  BOL 1:32:50
20 Wilman Vera  VEN 1:33:53
21 Jesús Chirino  VEN 1:34:04
22 Luis Mercado  PUR 1:34:39
23 Theron Kissinger  USA 1:35:45
24 Silvano Choquetarqui  BOL 1:37:30
25 Jocelyn Ruest  CAN 1:39:19
26 José Ramón Enrique  DOM 1:39:33
27 Michael Tarantino  USA 1:44:04
28 José Ramírez  PUR 1:50:24
Alexander Mendoza  COL DQ
José Hernández  MEX DQ
Víctor Marín  PER DQ
Andrés Chocho  ECU DNF
Cristian Muñoz  CHI DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Ecuador 16 pts
2 Mexico México 23 pts
3  Brazil 32 pts
4  Bolivia 48 pts
5  United States 49 pts

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Miguel Solís  MEX 3:54:24
2 Horacio Nava  MEX 3:59:26
3 Claudio Erasmo Vargas  MEX 4:03:03
* Rogelio Sánchez  MEX 4:04:05
4 Xavier Moreno  ECU 4:05:38
5 Cristián Bascuñán  CHI 4:07:54
6 Denis Estrada  GUA 4:17:04
7 Philip Dunn  USA 4:18:32
* Jesús Sánchez  MEX 4:20:35
8 Rodrigo Moreno  COL 4:25:29
9 David Guevara  ECU 4:26:40
10 Ray Sharp  USA 4:38:53
11 Eduardo Parrot  USA 4:45:02
12 Iván Núñez  PER 4:45:05
Celso Calderón  PER DQ
Moacir Zimmermann  BRA DQ
Joaquín Córdoba  COL DQ
Dionisio Neyra  PER DQ
Franklin Aduviri  BOL DNF
Patricio Villacorte  ECU DNF
Dave McGovern  USA DNF
Jorge Aguilar  PER DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 6 pts
2  United States 28 pts

Men's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Alex Tapia  PER 42:11
2 Robinson Vivar  ECU 42:28
3 Yassir Cabrera  PAN 43:20
4 John Edison García  COL 43:29
5 Edwin Ochoa  ECU 43:51
6 Mauricio Arteaga  ECU 44:13
7 Pavel Chihuán  PER 44:28
8 Noel Santini  PUR 44:36
9 Zachary Pollinger  USA 44:47
10 Edward Araya  CHI 44:51
11 Wilden Patty  BOL 45:07
* José Muñoz  ECU 45:22
* Oscar Romero  ECU 45:37
12 Nelson Bonilla  DOM 45:40
13 Uriel Yucra Tapai  PER 45:40
* Washington Alvarado  ECU 46:07
14 José Bonilla  PUR 46:18
15 Pierre-Luc Ménard  CAN 46:36
16 Jared Swehosky  USA 46:45
17 Christopher Diaz  USA 47:33
18 Mario Bran  GUA 52:59
Yerko Araya  CHI DQ
Marco Benavides  ESA DQ
Eder Sánchez  MEX DQ
José Sánchez  MEX DQ

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Ecuador 7 pts
2 Peru Perú 8 pts
3  Puerto Rico 22 pts
4  United States 42 pts

Women's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Cristina López  ESA 1:30:35
2 Miriam Ramón  ECU 1:31:25
3 Graciela Mendoza  MEX 1:33:04
4 Evelyn Núñez  GUA 1:36:18
5 Mabel Oncebay  PER 1:37:57
6 Daisy González  MEX 1:38:06
7 Nidia Moreno  COL 1:38:34
8 Amber Antonia  USA 1:38:42
9 Yorelis Sánchez  CUB 1:39:00
10 Bobbi Jo Chapman  USA 1:39:47
11 Marina Crivello  CAN 1:40:13
12 Tatiana Orellana  ECU 1:40:35
13 Sandra Evaristo  MEX 1:40:38
14 Gianetti de Sena Bonfin  BRA 1:43:24
15 Marcela Pacheco  CHI 1:44:27
16 Josette Sepúlveda  CHI 1:44:54
17 Jeanethe Mamani  BOL 1:45:02
18 Karina Dueñas  VEN 1:45:12
19 Alessandra Picagevicz  BRA 1:47:43
20 Eunice Chávez  BOL 1:49:41
María Rojas  COL DQ
Deborah Huberty  USA DQ
Sara Standley  USA DQ
Cristiane Martín  BRA DQ
Geovana Irusta  BOL DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 22 pts

Women's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Rachel Lavallée  CAN 47:37
2 Maria Michta  USA 48:03
3 Verónica Colindres  ESA 48:06
4 Johana Ordóñez  ECU 48:30
5 Jenny Llactahuamán  PER 48:53
6 Magaly Andrade  ECU 49:16
7 Yadira Guamán  ECU 49:36
8 Minerva García  PER 50:10
9 Sandra Galvis  COL 50:35
10 Farith Morales  PER 50:35
11 Rosa María Orozco  MEX 51:14
12 Mayra Pérez  GUA 51:23
13 Jamy Franco  GUA 52:04
* Gabriela Cornejo  ECU 52:14
14 Tatiana González  MEX 52:35
15 Chelsea Rodriguez  CAN 52:51
16 Katy Hayes  USA 53:08
17 Dianette Vázquez  PUR 53:28
* Carla Litardo  ECU 53:29
18 Nataly Raio  CHI 53:55
* Gaby Rojas  PER 54:42
19 Lauren Forgues  USA 57:43
Marandeliz Arroyo  PUR DQ
Roxanne Rivera  PUR DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Ecuador 10 pts
2 Peru Perú 13 pts
3  Canada 17 pts
4  United States 19 pts
5  Guatemala 25 pts
6 Mexico México 26 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 120 athletes from 16 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. 87–95, retrieved July 19, 2013 
  2. ^ Biscayart, Eduardo (May 10, 2005), Ecuador’s Saquipay sub 1:20 win heads quality 20km times - Pan-Am Race Walking Cup, IAAF, retrieved July 19, 2013 
  3. ^ 2005 Pan American Race Walking Cup - Results, IAAF, retrieved July 19, 2013