2009 Pan American Women's Handball Championship

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2009 Pan American Handball Women's Championships
Tournament details
Host country  Chile
Dates June 23–27
Teams 7
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Argentina
Runner-up  Brazil
Third place  Chile
Fourth place  Dominican Republic
Tournament statistics
Matches 15
Goals scored 749 (49.93 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Fabiana Aluan (PAR)
(34 goals)
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The 2009 Pan American Women's Handball Championship took place in Santiago from June 23–27. It acts as the Pan American qualifying tournament for the 2009 World Women's Handball Championship.

Participating teams[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the United States played a qualification tournament at Mexico, to determine the last 2 participating nations.

Standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Mexico 3 3 0 0 84 68 +16 6
 Chile 3 2 0 1 95 62 +33 4
 Puerto Rico 3 1 0 2 71 94 −23 2
 United States 3 0 0 3 64 90 −26 0
22 November 2008
16:30
Chile  27 – 17  United States Mexico City
(15–8)

22 November 2008
18:30
Mexico  27 – 20  Puerto Rico Mexico City
(13–9)

23 November 2008
16:30
Puerto Rico  32 – 24  United States Mexico City
(18–11)

23 November 2008
18:30
Mexico  26 – 25  Chile Mexico City
(13–12)

24 November 2008
16:30
Chile  43 – 19  Puerto Rico Mexico City
(18–6)

24 November 2008
18:30
Mexico  31 – 23  United States Mexico City
(19–9)

Semifinals[edit]

25 November 2008
16:30
Mexico  33 – 14  United States Mexico City
(16–8)

25 November 2008
18:30
Chile  36 – 23  Puerto Rico Mexico City
(17–16)

Bronze medal match[edit]

26 November 2008
16:30
Puerto Rico  26 – 21  United States Mexico City
(9-12)

Gold medal match[edit]

26 November 2008
18:30
Mexico  22 – 20  Chile Mexico City
(12-10)

Teams[edit]

Group A Group B

 Brazil
 Chile
 Mexico
 Paraguay

 Argentina
 Dominican Republic
 Uruguay

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Brazil 3 3 0 0 110 46 +64 6
 Chile 3 2 0 1 83 93 -10 4
 Mexico 3 1 0 2 58 72 -14 2
 Paraguay 3 0 0 3 56 96 –40 0
June 23
15:00
Brazil  30 – 13  Mexico Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(13–7)

June 23
20:15
Chile  34 – 30  Paraguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(17–12)

June 24
16:00
Brazil  36 – 11  Paraguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(18–5)

June 24
20:00
Chile  27 – 19  Mexico Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(13–10)

June 25
16:00
Mexico  26 – 15  Paraguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(14–7)

June 25
20:00
Chile  22 – 44  Brazil Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(10–25)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Argentina 2 2 0 0 53 38 +15 4
 Dominican Republic 2 0 1 1 38 45 -7 1
 Uruguay 2 0 1 1 42 50 -8 1
June 23
17:00
Dominican Republic  21 – 21  Uruguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(10–12)

June 24
18:00
Argentina  29 – 21  Uruguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(14–7)

June 25
18:00
Dominican Republic  17 – 24  Argentina Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(7–14)

Placement 5th–7th[edit]

June 26
16:00
Paraguay  24 – 28  Uruguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(9-14)

June 27
15:45
Mexico  23 – 23  Uruguay Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(10-11)

Final round[edit]

Semifinal Final
June 26 – Santiago
  Brazil  38  
  Dominican Republic  12  
 
June 27 – Santiago
      Brazil  25
    Argentina  26OT
Third place
June 26 – Santiago June 27 – Santiago
  Chile  11   Dominican Republic  30
  Argentina  34     Chile  34OT

Semifinals[edit]

June 26
18:00
Brazil  38 – 12  Dominican Republic Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(15–10)

June 26
20:00
Chile  11 – 34  Argentina Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(6–20)

Bronze medal match[edit]

June 27
17:45
Dominican Republic  30 – 34  Chile Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(11:13–23:23–27:27)

Gold medal match[edit]

June 27
19:45
Brazil  25 – 26  Argentina Centro de Entrenamiento Olímpico, Santiago
(9:12–23:23)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Argentina
Silver medal icon.svg  Brazil
Bronze medal icon.svg  Chile
4  Dominican Republic
5  Mexico
6  Uruguay
7  Paraguay
Team advanced to the 2009 World Women's Handball Championship

Best team[edit]

References[edit]