Bowling at the Pan American Games

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Bowling has been a sport at the Pan American Games since the 1991 Pan American Games.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 20 6 4 30
2  Mexico (MEX) 3 5 6 14
3  Canada (CAN) 3 3 5 11
4  Colombia (COL) 2 1 6 9
5  Venezuela (VEN) 0 9 4 13
6  Brazil (BRA) 0 1 1 2
7  Netherlands Antilles (AHO) 0 1 0 1
 Guatemala (GUA) 0 1 0 1
 Puerto Rico (PUR) 0 1 0 1
10  Dominican Republic (DOM) 0 0 3 3
11  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 1 1
Total 28 28 30 86

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Havana
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United States Patrick Healey, Jr. (USA) Venezuela Luis Serfaty (VEN) United States Jon Juneau (USA)
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Bill Rowe (CAN) United States Patrick Healey, Jr. (USA) Mexico Marco Zepeda (MEX)
1999 Winnipeg
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Colombia David Romero (COL) United States Michael Mullin (USA) Canada Marc Doi (CAN)
2003 Santo Domingo
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Mexico Daniel Falconi (MEX) Mexico Marcos Baeza (MEX) United States Bill Hoffman (USA)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Rhino Page (USA) Mexico Daniel Falconi (MEX) Argentina Lucas Legnani (ARG)
2011 Guadalajara
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Colombia Santiago Mejia (COL) United States Chris Barnes (USA) Brazil Marcelo Suartz (BRA)
Dominican Republic Manuel Fernandez (DOM)

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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United States Patrick Healey, Jr.
and Chris Barnes (USA)
Netherlands Antilles Samir Daou
and Carlos Finx, Jr. (AHO)
Canada Mark Doi
and Bill Rowe (CAN)
1999 Winnipeg not included in the Pan American Games program
2003 Santo Domingo
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United States Bill Hoffman
and Scott Pohl (USA)
Canada George Lambert IV
and Danyck Briere (CAN)
Colombia Andrés Gómez
and Jorge Romero (COL)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Cassidy Schaub
and Rhino Page (USA)
Brazil Fabio Rezende
and Rodrigo Hermes (BRA)
Dominican Republic Victor Richards
and Rolando Sebelen (DOM)
2011 Guadalajara
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United States Chris Barnes
and Bill O'Neill (USA)
Venezuela José Lander
and Amleto Monacelli (VEN)
Colombia Andrés Gómez
and Santiago Mejia (COL)

Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Havana
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Mexico Edda Piccini (MEX) United States Julie Gardner (USA) United States Mandy Wilson (USA)
1995 Mar del Plata
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Canada Catharine Willis (CAN) Venezuela Mariela Alarza (VEN) United States Lisa Bishop (USA)
1999 Winnipeg
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United States Janette Piesczynski (USA) Venezuela Alicia Marcano (VEN) Canada Jennifer Willis (CAN)
2003 Santo Domingo
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United States Shannon Pluhowsky (USA) Guatemala Sofia Granda (GUA) Colombia Clara Guerrero (COL)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Tennelle Milligan (USA) Venezuela Alicia Marcano (VEN) Dominican Republic Aumi Guerra (DOM)
2011 Guadalajara
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United States Liz Johnson (USA) Canada Jennifer Park (CAN) Canada Caroline Lagrange (CAN)
Venezuela Karen Marcano (VEN)

Doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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United States Missy Howard
and Lesia Stark (USA)
Mexico Georgina Serratos
and Gabriela Sandoval (MEX)
Venezuela Margalit Mizrachi
and Mariela Alarza (VEN)
1999 Winnipeg not included in the Pan American Games program
2003 Santo Domingo
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Mexico Adriana Pérez
and Illiana Lomeli (MEX)
United States Shannon Pluhowsky
and Stacy Werth (USA)
Colombia Sara Vargas
and Clara Guerrero (COL)
2007 Rio de Janeiro
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United States Diandra Asbaty
and Tennelle Milligan (USA)
Puerto Rico Michelle Ayala
and Yoselin Leon (PUR)
Mexico Adriana Pérez
and Sandra Gongora (MEX)
2011 Guadalajara
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United States Liz Johnson
and Kelly Kulick (USA)
Mexico Sandra Gongora
and Miriam Zetter (MEX)
Colombia Anggie Ramirez
and Maria Jose Rodriguez (COL)

Discontinued[edit]

Men's All-Events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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United States Patrick Healey, Jr. (USA) Venezuela Pedro Carreyo (VEN) Venezuela Agustin De Farias (VEN)

Men's Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Havana
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 United States (USA)
Steve Kloempken
Ralph Solan
Jon Juneau
Patrick Healey, Jr.
 Venezuela (VEN)
Pedro Carreyo
Pedro Elias Cardozo
Luis Serfaty
Francisco Carabano
 Mexico (MEX)
Alfonso Rodriguez
Roberto Silva
Daniel Falconi
Luis Javier Iserte
1995 Mar del Plata
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 United States (USA)
Patrick Healey, Jr.
Mark Van Meter
John Eiss
Chris Barnes
 Venezuela (VEN)
Agustin De Farias
Pedro Avendano
Arturo Hernandez
Pedro Carreyo
 Canada (CAN)
Marc Doi
Doug Schatz
Paul Gyarnati
Bill Rowe
1999 Winnipeg
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 United States (USA)
John Gaines
John Eiss
Tony Manna, Jr.
Michael Mullin
 Canada (CAN)
Mathieu Chouinard
Marc Doi
Jean Sebastian Lessard
Alan Tone
 Mexico (MEX)
Daniel Falconi
Roberto Silva
Victor de la Fuente
Ernesto Avila

Women's All-Events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Mar del Plata
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United States Liz Johnson (USA) Mexico Edda Piccini (MEX) Colombia Luz Leal (COL)

Women's Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Havana
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 United States (USA)
Maureen Webb
Julie Gardner
Mandy Wilson
Lynda Norry
 Venezuela (VEN)
Mirella DeTrasolini
Gisela Sanchez
Mariela Alarza
Gabriela Bigai
 Mexico (MEX)
Edda Piccini
Ana Maria Avila
Leticia Rosas
Celia Flores
1995 Mar del Plata
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 Canada (CAN)
Sandy Lowe
Anne Saasto
Debbie Ship
Catharine Willis
 United States (USA)
Lisa Bishop
Lesia Stark
Missy Howard
Liz Johnson
 Venezuela (VEN)
Margalit Mizrachi
Mariela Alarza
Marianela Lista
Mirella Trasolini
1999 Winnipeg
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 United States (USA)
Tennelle Grijalva
Debbie Kuhn
Kelly Kulick
Janette Piesczynski
 Colombia (COL)
Paola Gomez
Maria Salazar
Clara Guerrero
Sara Vargas
 Mexico (MEX)
Leticia Ituarte
Maria Martinez
Gloria Ortega
Veronica Hernandez

Events[edit]

Event 1995 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015
Men's singles
Men's doubles
Men's team
Men's All-Events
Women's singles
Women's doubles
Women's team
Women's All-Events
Events 4 8 4 4 4 4 4

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