2007 Pan American Race Walking Cup

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2007 Pan American Race Walking Cup
2007 Pan American Race Walking Cup
Organisers Pan American Race Walking Committee
Edition 13th
Date 21–22 April
Host city Balneário Camboriú, Santa Catarina,  Brazil
Location Avenida Atlântica
Nations participating 14
Athletes participating 97 (+ 7 guests)
Races 5

The 2007 Pan American Race Walking Cup was held in Balneário Camboriú, Santa Catarina, Brazil. The track of the Cup runs in the Avenida Atlântica.[1][2]

A detailed report was given.[3] Complete results were published.[2][4][5][6]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Mauricio Arteaga (ECU) 43:49  Yassir Cabrera (PAN) 44:19  Djaime Pedroso de Oliveira (BRA) 44:27
20 km walk  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 1:25:08  Gustavo Restrepo (COL) 1:25:09  Luis Fernando López (COL) 1:25:25
50 km walk  Álvaro García (MEX) 4:04:52  Freddy Hernández (COL) 4:05:16  Fausto Quinde (ECU) 4:10:08
Men (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
 Ecuador 6 pts  Brazil 11 pts  Colombia 13 pts
Team 20 km walk  Colombia 13 pts Mexico México 23 pts  United States 37 pts
Team 50 km walk  United States 24 pts
Women
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Maritza Guamán (ECU) 51:24  Leslie Guavita (COL) 51:32  Lauren Forgues (USA) 51:39
20 km walk  Cristina López (ESA) 1:39:21  Miriam Ramón (ECU) 1:39:42  Yadira Guamán (ECU) 1:41:08
Women (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
 Ecuador 6 pts  Colombia 6 pts  United States 11 pts
Team 20 km walk Mexico México 21 pts  Ecuador 22 pts  Brazil 35 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Jefferson Pérez  ECU 1:25:08
2 Gustavo Restrepo  COL 1:25:09
3 Luis Fernando López  COL 1:25:25
4 Cristian Berdeja  MEX 1:26:07
* Erick Guevara  MEX 1:26:47
5 Eder Sánchez Terán  MEX 1:28:20
6 Kevin Eastler  USA 1:29:47
7 James Rendón  COL 1:32:35
8 Rafael Fontenelle Duarte  BRA 1:33:58
9 Patricio Ortega  ECU 1:34:56
10 Pavel Chihuán  PER 1:35:12
11 Juan Manuel Cano  ARG 1:35:40
12 Daniel García Córdova  MEX 1:36:10
13 Tim Seaman  USA 1:38:31
14 Fabio Benito González  ARG 1:46:48
15 Allen James  USA 1:46:51
* Sidnei José Rodrigues  BRA 1:48:11
Andrés Chocho  ECU DQ
Vidal Delgado  PAR DQ
José Alessandro Bernardo Bagio  BRA DNF
Sérgio Vieira Galdino  BRA DNF
Calisto José Savegnani  BRA DNF
Omar Segura  MEX DNF
Matthew Boyles  USA DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Colombia 13 pts
2 Mexico México 23 pts
3  United States 37 pts

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Álvaro García  MEX 4:04:52
2 Freddy Hernández  COL 4:05:16
3 Fausto Quinde  ECU 4:10:08
4 Philip Dunn  USA 4:14:58
5 Rodrigo Moreno  COL 4:18:28
6 Ricardo Reyes  ESA 4:18:45
7 David Guadalupe López  MEX 4:20:23
8 Cláudio Richardson dos Santos  BRA 4:26:39
9 Raymond Sharp  USA 4:33:00
10 Alex Jara  CHI 4:37:09
11 Curt Clausen  USA 4:40:27
12 Edwin Centeno  PER 4:44:48
13 Mark Green  USA 4:45:07
14 Wellington Luiz Souza  BRA 4:48:08
David Guevara  ECU DQ
Jorge Segura  MEX DQ
Claudio Erasmo Vargas  MEX DQ
Mário José dos Santos  BRA DNF
Segundo Peñafiel  ECU DNF
* Bernardo Segura  MEX DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  United States 24 pts

Men's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Mauricio Arteaga  ECU 43:49
2 Yassir Cabrera  PAN 44:19
3 Djaime Pedroso de Oliveira  BRA 44:27
4 Emerson Esnal Hernández  ESA 44:30
5 Claudio Villanueva  ECU 44:41
6 Omar Sierra  COL 45:13
7 Jorge Ruíz  COL 45:14
8 Caio Bonfim  BRA 45:40
9 Camilo Acuña  CHI 46:00
10 Felipe Toloza  CHI 48:19
* Rudney Dias Nogueira  BRA 49:41
11 Alexandre Gagné  CAN 49:56
12 Tiago Nascimento Fonseca  BRA 50:48
13 Ricardo Vergara  USA
14 Roberto Vergara  USA 52:24
15 Ronal Quispe  BOL 54:13
Ricardo Loján  ECU DQ
Víctor Hugo Mendoza  ESA DQ
* Pedro Augusto Moura Severo  BRA DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Ecuador 6 pts
2  Brazil 11 pts
3  Colombia 13 pts
4  Chile 19 pts
5  United States 29 pts

Women's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Cristina López  ESA 1:39:21
2 Miriam Ramón  ECU 1:39:42
3 Yadira Guamán  ECU 1:41:08
4 Verónica Colindres  ESA 1:41:29
5 Rosario Sánchez  MEX 1:42:16
6 Cisiane Dutra Lopes  BRA 1:42:20
7 Esther Sánchez  MEX 1:43:13
8 Luz Leydi Villamarín  COL 1:43:29
9 Daisy González  MEX 1:43:29
10 Rachel Lavallée  CAN 1:44:17
11 Tânia Regina Spindler  BRA 1:45:43
12 Samantha Cohen  USA 1:45:53
13 Jolene Moore  USA 1:47:48
14 Gladys Marlen Larrota  COL 1:48:15
15 Marina Crivello  CAN 1:49:28
* Claudia Ortega  MEX 1:49:42
16 Johana Ordóñez  ECU 1:49:48
17 Marcela Pacheco  CHI 1:50:13
18 Érica Rocha de Sena  BRA 1:50:47
19 Maria Michta  USA 1:53:55
* Elianay da Silva Pereira  BRA 1:56:21
20 Josette Sepúlveda  CHI 1:59:04
Sandra Zapata  COL DQ
Rocío Alcántara  MEX DQ
Alessandra Picagevicz  BRA DNF
Johana Malla  ECU DNF
Loretta Schuellein  USA DNF

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 21 pts
2  Ecuador 22 pts
3  Brazil 35 pts
4  United States 45 pts

Women's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Maritza Guamán  ECU 51:24
2 Leslie Guavita  COL 51:32
3 Lauren Forgues  USA 51:39
4 Ingrid Hernández  COL 52:25
5 Gabriela Cornejo  ECU 54:23
6 Cirila Cume  ECU 55:35
7 Mayara Luize Vixentainer  BRA 55:51
8 Le'erin Voss  USA 55:58
9 Pámela Patricia da Silva  BRA 56:35
* Vanessa dos Santos Néri  BRA 56:38
10 Aline Luisa Sausen  BRA 57:56
11 Wilane Cuebas  PUR 1:01:29
Christina Peters  USA DQ
* Liliane Priscila Barbosa  BRA DQ

*: Started as a guest out of competition.

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Ecuador 6 pts
2  Colombia 6 pts
3  United States 11 pts
4  Brazil 16 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 97 athletes from 14 countries is reported.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]