2009 Pan American Race Walking Cup

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2009 Pan American Race Walking Cup
2009 Pan American Race Walking Cup
Organisers Pan American Race Walking Committee
Edition 14th
Date 1–2 May
Host city San Salvador,  El Salvador
Location Boulevard del Hipódromo, Zona Rosa
Nations participating 15
Athletes participating 108
Races 5
Official website 2009 Pan American Race Walking Cup

The 2009 Pan American Race Walking Cup was held in San Salvador, El Salvador on 1–2 May. The track of the Cup runs in the Boulevard del Hipódromo, Zona Rosa.[1]

A detailed report was given by Javier Clavelo Robinson.[2] Complete results were published[3][4][5][6][7][8]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Caio Bonfim (BRA) 43:04  Adrián Ochoa (MEX) 43:05  Julián Rendón (COL) 43:57
20 km walk  Luis López (COL) 1:22:18  James Rendón (COL) 1:23:21  Omar Segura (MEX) 1:23:49
50 km walk  Cristian Berdeja (MEX) 3:58:46  Mesías Zapata (ECU) 4:08:10  Rodrigo Moreno (COL) 4:09:31
Men (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
Mexico México 7 pts  Colombia 9 pts  Brazil 17 pts
Team 20 km walk Mexico México 12 pts  Colombia 14 pts  El Salvador 32 pts
Team 50 km walk  Colombia 15 pts
Women
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Anlly Pineda (COL) 49:50  Erandi Uribe (MEX) 50:50  Adriana Ochoa (MEX) 51:29
20 km walk  Tânia Spindler (BRA) 1:38:53  Verónica Colindres (ESA) 1:39:45  Rosario Sánchez (MEX) 1:42:12
Women (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
Mexico México 5 pts  El Salvador 13 pts  Guatemala 18 pts
Team 20 km walk Mexico México 16 pts  Guatemala 28 pts  United States 39 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Luis López  COL 1:22:18
2 James Rendón  COL 1:23:21
3 Omar Segura  MEX 1:23:49
4 Pedro Daniel Gómez  MEX 1:23:58
5 Adrián Herrera  MEX 1:24:33
6 David Mejía  MEX 1:25:12
7 Yerko Araya  CHI 1:27:10
8 Víctor Mendoza  ESA 1:27:49
9 Ricardo Reyes  ESA 1:28:02
10 Allan Segura  CRC 1:29:06
11 Gustavo Restrepo  COL 1:29:19
12 Noel Santini  PUR 1:29:28
13 Mário dos Santos  BRA 1:30:44
14 Patrick Stroupe  USA 1:31:00
15 Walter Sandoval  ESA 1:31:11
16 Iñaki Gomez  CAN 1:31:19
17 Aníbal Paau  GUA 1:32:43
18 Erik Marques  BRA 1:33:28
19 Osman Flores  NCA 1:33:44
20 Yassir Cabrera  PAN 1:34:30
21 Mario Bran  GUA 1:35:33
22 Tim Seaman  USA 1:41:22
23 Creighton Connolly  CAN 1:42:46
24 Ian Whatley  USA 1:44:39
25 José Ledezma  CRC 1:45:09
Alexandre Cagne  CAN DQ
Luis Gómez  GUA DQ
Elfrid Hernández  GUA DQ
Jonathan Riekmann  BRA DNF
Sergio Gutiérrez  CRC DNS
Rolando Saquipay  ECU DNS
Mauricio Arteaga  ECU DNS
Claudio Villanueva  ECU DNS

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 12 pts
2  Colombia 14 pts
3  El Salvador 32 pts
4  United States 60 pts

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Cristian Berdeja  MEX 3:58:46
2 Mesías Zapata  ECU 4:08:10
3 Rodrigo Moreno  COL 4:09:31
4 Néstor Rueda  COL 4:12:29
5 Salvador Mira  ESA 4:15:48
6 Claudio dos Santos  BRA 4:16:24
7 Daniel Córdova  MEX 4:16:54
8 Fredy Hernández  COL 4:21:30
9 David Guevara  ECU 4:23:44
10 Josué Hun  GUA 4:59:46
11 Luis Morales  PUR 5:07:16
Luis Garcia  GUA DQ
Sidnei Rodrigues  BRA DNF
Sergio Gutiérrez  CRC DNF
Edwin Ochoa  ECU DNF
Marco Benavides  ESA DNF
Emerson Hernández  ESA DNF
Édgar Hernández  MEX DNF
Mario Flores  MEX DNF
Fraulín Caminero  DOM DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Colombia 15 pts

Men's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Caio Bonfim  BRA 43:04
2 Adrián Ochoa  MEX 43:05
3 Julián Rendón  COL 43:57
4 Evan Dunfee  CAN 44:16
5 Isaac Palma  MEX 44:19
6 José Leonardo Montaña  COL 45:19
7 Juan Carlos Hernández  GUA 45:56
8 Trevor Barron  USA 46:35
9 Ever Palma  MEX 47:38
10 Gerardo Lee  PAN 49:20
11 César Martínez  ESA 49:35
12 Ricardo Vergara  USA 49:37
13 Mattew Forgues  USA 50:10
14 Patrick Mathuz  GUA 50:25
15 Miguel Martínez  PUR 51:10
16 Rudney Nogueira  BRA 51:32
17 Nelson Pérez  GUA 51:57
18 Justin Soto  CRC 54:33
19 Luis Mendoza  ESA 58:15
Eduardo da Silva  BRA DQ
David Escobar  ESA DQ
José Fernández  ECU DNS
Damián Campaña  ECU DNS
Jonathan Cáceres  ECU DNS

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 7 pts
2  Colombia 9 pts
3  Brazil 17 pts
4  United States 20 pts
5  Guatemala 21 pts
6  El Salvador 30 pts

Women's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Tânia Spindler  BRA 1:38:53
2 Verónica Colindres  ESA 1:39:45
3 Rosario Sánchez  MEX 1:42:12
4 Sandra Galvis  COL 1:43:48
5 Sandra Zapata  COL 1:44:59
6 Angélica Hernández  MEX 1:45:37
7 Graciela Mendoza  MEX 1:46:21
8 Evelyn Núñez  GUA 1:46:28
9 Mirna Ortiz  GUA 1:47:01
10 Solomiya Login  USA 1:47:16
11 Zoila Reyes  GUA 1:47:42
12 Megan Huzzey  CAN 1:49:37
13 Maria Michta  USA 1:50:21
14 Bessy García  ESA 1:50:59
15 Francisca Ferris  PAN 1:54:58
16 Susan Randall  USA 1:55:58
17 Ilena Ocampo  CRC 2:07:40
María Guadalupe Sánchez  MEX DQ
Alessandra Picagevicz  BRA DNF
Cisiane Lopes  BRA DNF
María Arias  CRC DNF
Cristina López  ESA DNF
Johana Ordóñez  ECU DNS
Paola Pérez  ECU DNS

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 16 pts
2  Guatemala 28 pts
3  United States 39 pts

Women's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Anlly Pineda  COL 49:50
2 Erandi Uribe  MEX 50:50
3 Adriana Ochoa  MEX 51:29
4 Jamy Franco  GUA 54:21
5 Mónica Mejía  ESA 54:30
6 Kimberly García  PER 54:54
7 Pamela Ramírez  CRC 55:18
8 Linda Paz  ESA 57:02
9 Wilane Cuebas  PUR 1:00:11
10 Allison Chin  USA 1:00:14
11 Mayara Vicentainer  BRA 1:01:27
12 Camila da Silva  BRA 1:03:56
13 Yesenia Miranda  ESA 1:04:16
14 Andrea Barrientos  GUA 1:07:15
15 Daniela de Andrade  BRA 1:10:24
Natalia Barton  ESA DQ
Dulce Angélica Arrieta  MEX DQ
Ximena Sangoquiza  ECU DNS
Karina Bustos  ECU DNS

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 5 pts
2  El Salvador 13 pts
3  Guatemala 18 pts
4  Brazil 23 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 120 athletes from 15 countries was announced to participate.[2] However, because of visa problems, the majority (namely 11 out of 13) of the Ecuadorian athletes was not allowed to enter the country.[9] An unofficial count therefore only yields 108 participants.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1st Race Walking Championships of the Americas - TEAM MANUAL, NACAC, March 30, 2009, retrieved July 17, 2013 
  2. ^ a b Clavelo Robinson, Javier (May 3, 2009), Mexico dominates Pan American Race Walking Cup, IAAF, retrieved July 17, 2013 
  3. ^ I CAMPEONATO DE LAS AMERICAS DE MARCHA - SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, 1 Y 2 DE MAYO DE 2009 - CIRCUITO ZONA ROSA - 20 KILOMETROS MASCULINO MAYOR / 20 KILOMETERS MEN SENIORS (190 - 229) (in Spanish), retrieved July 17, 2013 
  4. ^ I CAMPEONATO DE LAS AMERICAS DE MARCHA - SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, 1 Y 2 DE MAYO DE 2009 - CIRCUITO ZONA ROSA - 50 KILOMETROS MASCULINO MAYOR / 50 KILOMETERS MEN SENIORS (230 - 250) (in Spanish), retrieved July 17, 2013 
  5. ^ I CAMPEONATO DE LAS AMERICAS DE MARCHA - SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, 1 Y 2 DE MAYO DE 2009 - CIRCUITO ZONA ROSA - 10 KILOMETROS MASCULINO JUNIOR / 10 KILOMETERS MEN JUNIORS (161 - 189) (in Spanish), retrieved July 17, 2013 
  6. ^ I CAMPEONATO DE LAS AMERICAS DE MARCHA - SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, 1 Y 2 DE MAYO DE 2009 - CIRCUITO ZONA ROSA - 20 KILOMETROS FEMENINO MAYOR / 20 KILOMETERS WOMEN SENIOR (120 - 149) (in Spanish), retrieved July 17, 2013 
  7. ^ I CAMPEONATO DE LAS AMERICAS DE MARCHA - SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, 1 Y 2 DE MAYO DE 2009 - CIRCUITO ZONA ROSA - 10 KILOMETROS FEMENINO JUNIOR / 10 KILOMETERS WOMEN JUNIOR (100 - 119) (in Spanish), retrieved July 17, 2013 
  8. ^ I CAMPEONATO DE LAS AMERICAS DE MARCHA - SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, 1 Y 2 DE MAYO DE 2009 - CIRCUITO ZONA ROSA - PUNTUACIONES POR EQUIPO / TEAM SCORING (in Spanish), retrieved July 17, 2013 
  9. ^ 11 marchistas no viajaron a El Salvador por falta de visas… (in Spanish), Atletismo en México, April 30, 2009, retrieved July 17, 2013 

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