2011 Pan American Race Walking Cup

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2011 Pan American Race Walking Cup
2011 Pan American Race Walking Cup
Organisers Pan American Race Walking Committee
Edition 15th
Date 26–27 March
Host city Envigado, Antioquia,  Colombia
Location Avenida Las Vegas, Barrio Primavera
Nations participating 17
Athletes participating 123
Races 5

The 2011 Pan American Race Walking Cup was held in Envigado, Antioquia, Colombia on 26–27 March. The track of the Cup runs in the Avenida Las Vegas, Barrio Primavera.[1]

Complete results were published.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Eider Arévalo (COL) 40:40  José Montaña (COL) 41:51  Jesús Tadeo Vega (MEX) 42:29
20 km walk  Luis Fernando López (COL) 1:25:04  Erick Barrondo (GUA) 1:25:56  Giovanni Torres (MEX) 1:26:18
50 km walk  Cristian Berdeja (MEX) 3:59:14  Fredy Hernández (COL) 3:59:40  Rolando Saquipay (ECU) 4:01:20
Men (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
 Colombia 3 pts Mexico México 7 pts  Ecuador 17 pts
Team 20 km walk Mexico México 12 pts  United States 39 pts  Ecuador 41 pts
Team 50 km walk  Colombia 11 pts Mexico México 15 pts
Women
10 km walk
(junior event)
 Yanelli Caballero (MEX) 47:23  Kimberly García (PER) 49:13  Yuli Capcha (PER) 49:34
20 km walk  Jamy Franco (GUA) 1:36:04  Arabelly Orjuela (COL) 1:36:12  Ingrid Hernández (COL) 1:37:18
Women (Team)
Team 10 km walk
(junior event)
Peru Perú 5 pts Mexico México 7 pts  Bolivia 12 pts
Team 20 km walk  Colombia 10 pts Mexico México 24 pts  Ecuador 36 pts

Results[edit]

Men's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Luis Fernando López  COL 1:25:04
2 Erick Barrondo  GUA 1:25:56
3 Giovanni Torres  MEX 1:26:18
4 Diego Flores  MEX 1:26:23
5 Isaac Palma  MEX 1:26:38
6 Ferney Rojas  COL 1:27:08
7 Aníbal Paau  GUA 1:28:02
8 Mauricio Arteaga  ECU 1:29:14
9 David Mejía  MEX 1:29:37
10 Caio Bonfim  BRA 1:31:00
11 John Nunn  USA 1:31:26
12 Patrick Stroupe  USA 1:33:09
13 Ronald Quispe  BOL 1:33:16
14 Pavel Chihuán  PER 1:33:25
15 José Antonio Fernandez  ECU 1:34:39
16 Dan Seriani  USA 1:34:50
17 Yerko Araya  CHI 1:35:40
18 José Rubio  ECU 1:36:10
19 Camilo Acuña  CHI 1:38:43
20 Luis López  PUR 1:40:03
21 Salvador Mira  ESA 1:42:09
22 Luis Sevilla  VEN 1:50:43
Edward Araya  CHI DQ
James Rendón  COL DQ
Yassir Cabrera  PAN DNF
Creighton Connolly  CAN DNF
Mário José dos Santos Júnior  BRA DNF
Jonathan Rieckmann  BRA DNF
Yerenman Salazar  VEN DNF
Andrés Chocho  ECU DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Mexico México 12 pts
2  United States 39 pts
3  Ecuador 41 pts

Men's 50 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Cristian Berdeja  MEX 3:59:14
2 Fredy Hernández  COL 3:59:40
3 Rolando Saquipay  ECU 4:01:20
4 Néstor Rueda  COL 4:10:14
5 Rodrigo Moreno  COL 4:13:27
6 José Ventura  MEX 4:15:22
7 Cláudio Richardson dos Santos  BRA 4:22:46
8 Luis Solís  MEX 4:27:08
9 Bernardo Calvo  CRC 4:29:58
10 David Guevara  ECU 4:30:10
11 Wilman Vera  VEN 4:44:37
12 Sergio Gutiérrez  CRC 5:04:35
13 Samir César Sabadim  BRA 5:40:08
Omar Sierra  COL DQ
Luiz Felipe dos Santos  BRA DNF
Allan Segura  CRC DNF
Mesías Zapata  ECU DNF
Edgar Cudco  ECU DNF
Juan Toscano  MEX DNF
Jonathan Matthews  USA DNF

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Colombia 11 pts
2 Mexico México 15 pts

Men's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Eider Arévalo  COL 40:39.65
2 José Leonardo Montaña  COL 41:50.65
3 Jesús Tadeo Vega  MEX 42:28.50
4 Cristian Gómez  MEX 43:07.10
5 Alexander Castañeda  COL 43:31.00
6 Brian Daniel Pintado  ECU 43:39.15
7 Usiel Sánchez  MEX 44:28.15
8 Marco Antonio Rodríguez  BOL 45:40.20
9 Niel García  PER 45:53.45
10 Tyler Sorensen  USA 46:25.45
11 Óscar Joel Villavicencio  ECU 47:20.15
12 José Mauricio Sarango  ECU 47:56.10
13 José Meléndez  PUR 48:04.55
14 Jan Ramírez  PUR 48:30.05
15 Sergio Carrillo  PER 48:40.75
16 Jean Pedro Rominhuk  BRA 49:05.10
17 Alex Chavez  USA 49:12.55
18 Hudson Fernando Muniz Santos  BRA 50:09.00
19 Richard Vargas  VEN 50:39.25
20 Deiby Cordero  CRC 51:51.55
21 César Cristian Escobar  ESA 52:08.45
Bryan Barahona  ESA DQ

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Colombia 3 pts
2 Mexico México 7 pts
3  Ecuador 17 pts
4 Peru Perú 24 pts
5  United States 27 pts
6  Puerto Rico 27 pts
7  Brazil 34 pts

Women's 20 km[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Jamy Franco  GUA 1.36:04
2 Arabelly Orjuela  COL 1:36:12
3 Ingrid Hernández  COL 1:37:18
4 Cisiane Lopes  BRA 1:38:02
5 Sandra Galvis  COL 1:38:20
6 María Guadalupe Sánchez  MEX 1:38:44
7 Mónica Equihua  MEX 1:38:44
8 Érica Rocha de Sena  BRA 1:38:45
9 Paola Pérez  ECU 1:39:35
10 Claudia Balderrama  BOL 1:39:41
11 Rosalía Ortiz  MEX 1:40:17
12 Maritza Guamán  ECU 1:40:18
13 Mirna Ortiz  GUA 1:41:34
14 Leysi Rodríguez  CUB 1:41:53
15 Yadira Guamán  ECU 1:44:10
16 Erin Gray  USA 1:44:23
17 Milangela Rosales  VEN 1:45:17
18 Solomiya Login  USA 1:49:28
19 Francisca Ferris  PAN 1:50:55
20 Erin Talcott  USA 1:51:51
21 Sonnia Cartagena  ECU 1:53:31
22 Susan Randall  USA 1:53:43
Angélica Hernández  MEX DQ

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1  Colombia 10 pts
2 Mexico México 24 pts
3  Ecuador 36 pts
4  United States 54 pts

Women's 10 km (Junior)[edit]

Place Athlete Time
1 Yanelli Caballero  MEX 47:23
2 Kimberly Garcia  PER 49:13
3 Yuli Capcha  PER 49:34
4 Lorena Arenas  COL 49:51
5 Wendy Cornejo  BOL 50:36
6 Sandra Nevárez  MEX 50:51
7 Ángela Castro  BOL 51:29
8 María Mena  MEX 52:04
9 Magaly Bonilla  ECU 53:30
10 Ana Karina Bustos  ECU 54:22
11 Natalia Alfonso  VEN 55:03
12 Ana Leidy Daza  COL 55:58
13 Erika Shaver  USA 57:12
14 Yanet Farfán  COL 57:28
15 Jéssica Janine Santos de Souza  BRA 58:00
16 Andressa Souza da Silva  BRA 58:17
17 Maite Moscoso  USA 58:32
18 Nicolette Sorensen  USA 59:18
19 Katherine Marisol Álvarez  ECU 1:01:24
20 Andreína Gonzales  DOM 1:03:43
21 Paula Raissa Paz da Silva  BRA 1:04:48

Team[edit]

Place Country Points
1 Peru Perú 5 pts
2 Mexico México 7 pts
3  Bolivia 12 pts
4  Colombia 16 pts
5  Ecuador 19 pts
6  United States 30 pts
7  Brazil 31 pts

Participation[edit]

The participation of 123 athletes from 17 countries is reported.[2][8]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boletín de prensa (in Spanish), Alcaldía de Envigado, March 8, 2001, retrieved July 16, 2013 
  2. ^ a b Guevara, Argenis, Resultados XV Copa Panamericana de Marcha Colombia 2011 (Fuente http://www.fecodatle.org) (in Spanish), retrieved July 15, 2013 
  3. ^ RESULTADOS OFICIALES - 10 KMS JUVENIL - DAMAS (in Spanish), FMAA, retrieved July 15, 2013 
  4. ^ RESULTADOS OFICIALES - 10 KMS JUVENIL - VARONES (in Spanish), FMAA, retrieved July 15, 2013 
  5. ^ RESULTADOS OFICIALES - 20 KMS MAYORES - DAMAS (in Spanish), FMAA, retrieved July 15, 2013 
  6. ^ RESULTADOS OFICIALES - 20 KMS MAYORES - VARONES (in Spanish), FMAA, retrieved July 15, 2013 
  7. ^ RESULTADOS OFICIALES - 50 KMS MAYORES - VARONES (in Spanish), FMAA, retrieved July 15, 2013 
  8. ^ YANELLI CABALLERO y CRISTIAN BERDEJA GANAN EL ORO, EN LA COPA PANAMERICANA DE MARCHA (in Spanish), FMAA, March 27, 2011, retrieved July 15, 2013