Beach volleyball at the 2003 Pan American Games

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2003 beach volleyball at the Pan American Games
Tournament details
Host nation Dominican Republic
Dates 2–9 August 2003
Teams 24
Venues Feria Ganadera (in 1 host city)
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The beach volleyball tournaments at the 2003 Pan American Games were held 2−9 August 2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Men's competition[edit]

Rank Athletes
Med 1.png Cuba Francisco Álvarez and Juan Rossell (CUB)
Med 2.png Brazil Luizão Correa and Paulo Emilio Silva (BRA)
Med 3.png Puerto Rico Ramón Hernández and Raúl Papaleo (PUR)
4. United States David Fischer and Brad Torsone (USA)
5. Canada Djordje Ljubicic and Michael Slean (CAN)
Mexico Tomás Hernández and Juan Rodriguez Ibarra (MEX)
El Salvador Jeovanny Medrano and Rafael Vargas (ESA)
Dominican Republic Christian García and Alejandro Salas (DOM)
9. Costa Rica Alexánder Villegas and Gilberto Villegas (CRC)
Netherlands Antilles Renato Boerleider and Michael Clarissa (AHO)
Bolivia Sergio Antezana and David Claro (BOL)
Paraguay Hugo Gamarra and Ramon Gaona (PAR)
13. Trinidad and Tobago Sean Morrison and Nolan Tash (TRI)
Cayman Islands Shervin Rankin and Olney Thompson (CAY)
Ecuador Julio Berdales and Antonio Rodríquez (ECU)
Uruguay Gerardo Peralta and Guillermo Williman (URU)
17. Guatemala Jorge Acevedo and José Flores (GUA)

Women's competition[edit]

Rank Athletes
Med 1.png Cuba Dalixia Fernández and Tamara Larrea (CUB)
Med 2.png Mexico Mayra García and Hilda Gaxiola (MEX)
Med 3.png Brazil Larissa França and Ana Richa (BRA)
4. Canada Nancy Gougeon and Wanda Guenette (CAN)
5. United States Michelle Morse and Liz Pagano (USA)
Costa Rica Patricia Díaz and Xinia Díaz (CRC)
Chile Dominique Deevlovic and Tiansol Villablanca (CHI)
Guatemala María Orellana and Sylvana Gómez (GUA)
9. Dominican Republic Yndys Novas and Judith Arias (DOM)
Aruba Charlotte Heenstadt and Annedy Tromp (ARU)
Antigua and Barbuda Vincia Shauna and Shalony Teera (ATG)
Uruguay Laura Herrera and Alejandra Porteiro (URU)
13. Bolivia Claudia Antezana and Maria Quiroga (BOL)

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