Badminton at the Pan American Games

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Badminton has been part of the Pan American Games since the 1995 Games in Mar del Plata, Argentina. Canada and the United States have dominated the badminton events since its inception.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Canada (CAN) 16 16 11 43
2  United States (USA) 7 6 12 25
3  Guatemala (GUA) 1 2 3 6
4  Jamaica (JAM) 1 0 5 6
5  Cuba (CUB) 0 1 0 1
6  Peru (PER) 0 0 14 14
7  Mexico (MEX) 0 0 3 3
8  Brazil (BRA) 0 0 2 2
Total 25 25 50 100

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Jaimie Dawson (CAN) Canada Iain Sydie (CAN) Peru Mario Carulla (PER)
United States Kevin Han (USA)
1999 Winnipeg
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United States Kevin Han (USA) Canada Stuart Arthur (CAN) Peru Mario Carulla (PER)
Guatemala Pedro Yang (GUA)
2003 Santo Domingo
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Canada Mike Beres (CAN) Canada Andrew Dabeka (CAN) Canada Kyle Hunter (CAN)
Guatemala Pedro Yang (GUA)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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Canada Mike Beres (CAN) Guatemala Kevin Cordón (GUA) United States Eric Go (USA)
Peru Rodrigo Pacheco (PER)
2011 Guadalajara
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Guatemala Kevin Cordón (GUA) Cuba Osleni Guerrero (CUB) Brazil Daniel Paiola (BRA)
Jamaica Charles Pyne (JAM)

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Anil Kaul
and Iain Sydie (CAN)
United States Kevin Han
and Thomas Reidy (USA)
Jamaica Paul Leyow
and Roy Paul jr. (JAM)
Canada Jaimie Dawson
and Darryl Yung (CAN)
1999 Winnipeg
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Canada Brent Olynyk
and Iain Sydie (CAN)
United States Howard Bach
and Mark Manha (USA)
Canada Mike Beres
and Bryan Moody (CAN)
Mexico Bernardo Monreal
and Luis Lopezllera (MEX)
2003 Santo Domingo
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United States Howard Bach
and Kevin Han (USA)
Guatemala Pedro Yang
and Erick Anguiano (GUA)
Canada Mike Beres
and Kyle Hunter (CAN)
Jamaica Bradley Graham
and Charles Pyne (JAM)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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Canada Mike Beres
and William Milroy (CAN)
United States Howard Bach
and Bob Malaythong (USA)
Brazil Guilherme Kumasaka
and Guilherme Pardo (BRA)
Guatemala Erick Anguiano
and Pedro Yang (GUA)
2011 Guadalajara
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United States Howard Bach
and Tony Gunawan (USA)
United States Halim Haryanto
and Sattawat Pongnairat (USA)
Mexico Andres Lopez
and Lino Muñoz (MEX)
Canada Adrian Liu
and Derrick Ng (CAN)

Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Denyse Julien (CAN) Canada Si-an Deng (CAN) Canada Robbyn Hermitage (CAN)
Canada Milaine Cloutier (CAN)
1999 Winnipeg
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United States Yeping Tang (USA) Canada Charmaine Reid (CAN) Canada Denyse Julien (CAN)
Canada Kara Solmundson (CAN)
2003 Santo Domingo
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Jamaica Nigella Saunders (JAM) Canada Anna Rice (CAN) Peru Lorena Blanco (PER)
Peru Sandra Jimeno (PER)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Eva Lee (USA) Canada Charmaine Reid (CAN) Canada Sarah MacMaster (CAN)
Peru Claudia Rivero (PER)
2011 Guadalajara
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Canada Michelle Li (CAN) Canada Joycelyn Ko (CAN) Mexico Victoria Montero (MEX)
Peru Claudia Rivero (PER)

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Si-an Deng
and Denyse Julien (CAN)
Canada Milaine Cloutier
and Robbyn Hermitage (CAN)
United States Ann French
and Kathy Zimmerman (USA)
United States Linda French
and Erika von Heiland (USA)
1999 Winnipeg
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Canada Robbyn Hermitage
and Milaine Cloutier (CAN)
Canada Charmaine Reid
and Denyse Julien (CAN)
Peru Adrienn Kocsis
and Doriana Rivera (PER)
United States Stefanie Westermann
and Kathy Zimmerman (USA)
2003 Santo Domingo
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Canada Charmaine Reid
and Helen Nichol (CAN)
Canada Denyse Julien
and Anna Rice (CAN)
Peru Lorena Blanco
and Valeria Rivera (PER)
Peru Doriana Rivera
and Sandra Jimeno (PER)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Eva Lee
and Mesinee Mangkalakiri (USA)
Canada Fiona McKee
and Charmaine Reid (CAN)
United States Kuei Ya Chen
and Jamie Subandhi (USA)
Peru Jie Ming Jin
and Valeria Rivero (PER)
2011 Guadalajara
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Canada Alexandra Bruce
and Michelle Li (CAN)
United States Iris Wang
and Rena Wang (USA)
Canada Grace Gao
and Joycelyn Ko (CAN)
United States Eva Lee
and Paula Obanana (USA)

Mixed[edit]

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Darryl Yung
and Denyse Julien (CAN)
Canada Anil Kaul
and Si-an Deng (CAN)
United States Mike Edstrom
and Linda French (USA)
Jamaica Paul Leyow
and Terry Leyow (JAM)
1999 Winnipeg
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Canada Iain Sydie
and Denyse Julien (CAN)
Canada Brent Olynyk
and Robbyn Hermitage (CAN)
Peru Mario Carulla
and Adrienn Kocsis (PER)
United States Chris Hales
and Yeping Tang (USA)
2003 Santo Domingo
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Canada Philippe Bourret
and Denyse Julien (CAN)
Canada Mike Beres
and Jody Patrick (CAN)
Jamaica Charles Pyne
and Nigella Saunders (JAM)
United States Raju Rai
and Mesinee Mangkalakiri (USA)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Howard Bach
and Eva Lee (USA)
Canada Mike Beres
and Val Loker (CAN)
United States Bob Malaythong
and Mesinee Mangkalakiri (USA)
Peru Rodrigo Pacheco
and Claudio Rivero (PER)
2011 Guadalajara
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Canada Grace Gao
and Toby Ng (CAN)
United States Halim Haryanto
and Eva Lee (USA)
United States Howard Bach
and Paula Obanana (USA)
Peru Rodrigo Pacheco
and Claudia Rivero (PER)

Events[edit]

Event 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015
Men's singles
Men's doubles
Women's singles
Women's doubles
Mixed doubles
Events 5 5 5 5 5 5

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