Brazil at the 2007 Pan American Games

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Brazil at the Pan American Games

Flag of Brazil
IOC code  BRA
NOC Brazilian Olympic Committee
Website www.cob.org.br
At the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro
Competitors 659 (373 men and 286 women) in 41 sports
Flag bearer Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima
Medals
Rank: 3
Gold
52
Silver
40
Bronze
65
Total
157
Pan American Games history (summary)
Appearances

The 15th Pan-American Games were held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, between 13 July 2007 and 29 July 2007. The Brazilian delegation consisted of 659 athletes (373 men and 286 women) and 267 directors, making a total of 926 people in 41 sports. Competing in their own country, the Brazilian athletes managed to far surpass their own record number of Gold, Silver and Bronze medals obtained in a single edition of the Pan-American Games.[1]

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Goals[edit]

The Rio de Janeiro Mayor and Brazilian Olympic Group wanted to show that Brazil is capable to receive the 2014 World Cup, for which is the only candidate so far, and that the city is eligible to host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

Another mission of Brazil was to achieve the 2nd position among the top History Pan-American Winners.

The COB also used the competition to prepare itself for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.

Medals[edit]

Gold[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Vicente Lenilson, Rafael Ribeiro, Basilio Moraes Junior, Sandro Viana, Gold medal in Athletics, Men's 4x100 m category
Franck Caldeira, Gold medal in Athletics, Men's Marathon category
Rio Morris, Gold medal in Athletics, Men's 1.500 m category
Jadel Gregorio, Gold medal in Athletics, Men's Triple Jump category
Fabio Silva, Gold medal in Athletics, Men's Pole Vault category
Bianca Dos Santos, Gold medal in Athletics, Women's 1.500 m category
Sabine Heitling, Gold medal in Athletics, Women's 3.000 m Steeplechase category
Maurren Maggi, Gold medal in Athletics, Women's Long Jump category
Fabiana Murer, Gold medal in Athletics, Women's Pole Vault category

Artistic Gymnastic[edit]

Diego Hypólito, Gold medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Men's Floor Exercise category
Jade Barbosa, Gold medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Women's Vault category
Diego Hypólito, Gold medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Men's Vault category
Mosiah Rodrigues, Gold medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Men's High Bar category

Basketball[edit]

Gold medal in Basketball, Men's Team category

Beach Volleyball[edit]

Juliana Silva, Larissa França, Gold medal in Beach Volleyball, Women's Team category
Emanuel Rego, Ricardo Santos, Gold medal in Beach Volleyball, Men's Team category

Boxing[edit]

Pedro Lima, Gold medal in Boxing, Men's Welterweight (69 kg) category.

Canoe Flatwater[edit]

Gold medal in Canoe Flatwater, Men's K-4 1.000m category

Equestrian[edit]

Gold medal in Equestrian, Team Jumping category

Futsal[edit]

Gold medal in Futsal, Men's Team category

Handball[edit]

Gold medal in Handball, Women's Team category
Gold medal in Handball, Men's Team category

Judo[edit]

Danielle Zangrando, Gold medal in Judo, Women's 57kg category
Edinanci Silva, Gold medal in Judo, Women's 78kg category
João Derly, Gold medal in Judo, Men's 66kg category
Tiago Camilo, Gold medal in Judo, Men's 90kg category

Karate[edit]

Lucélia de Carvalho, Gold medal in Karate, Women's 60kg+ category
Juarez Silva dos Santos, Gold medal in Karate, Men's 80kg+ category

Modern Pentathlon[edit]

Yane Marques, Gold medal in Modern Pentathlon, Women's Modern Pentathlon category

Soccer[edit]

Gold medal in Soccer, Women's Team category

Rhythmic Gymnastic[edit]

Gold medal in Women's Group category
Gold medal in Women's Group First Exercise category
Gold medal in Women's Group Second Exercise category

Roller Skating[edit]

Marcel Stürmer, Gold medal in Roller Skating, Men's Freestyle category

Sailing[edit]

Ricardo Winicki (Bimba), Gold medal in Sailing, Men's RS:X category
Gold medal in Sailing, Snipe category
Gold medal in Sailing, J-24 category

Swimming[edit]

Thiago Pereira, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 200m Backstroke category
Thiago Pereira, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 200m Breaststroke category
Thiago Pereira, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 200m Medley category
Thiago Pereira, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 400m Medley category
Lucas Salatta, Nicolas Oliveira, Rodrigo Castro, Thiago Pereira, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 4x200m Freestyle category
César Cielo, Eduardo Deboni, Fernando Silva, Nicolas Santos, Thiago Pereira, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 4x100m Freestyle category
César Cielo, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 50m Freestyle category
César Cielo, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 100m Freestyle category
Kaio Márcio, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 100m Butterfly category
Kaio Márcio, Gold medal in Swimming, Men's 200m Butterfly category

Table Tennis[edit]

Gold medal in Table Tennis, Men's Team category

Taekwondo[edit]

Diogo Silva, Gold medal in Taekwondo, Men's 68kg category

Volleyball[edit]

Gold medal in Volleyball, Men's Team category

Water Skiing[edit]

Marreco, Gold medal in Water Skiing, Men's Wakeboard category

Silver[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Márcia Narloch, Silver medal in Athletics, Women's Marathon category

Artistic Gymnastic[edit]

Adan Santos, Danilo Nogueira, Diego Hypólito, Luís Anjos, Mosiah Rodrigues, Victor Rosa Silver medal in Gynmastic, Men's Team.
Ana Silva, Daiane dos Santos, Daniele Hypólito, Jade Barbosa, Khiuani Dias, Lais Souza Silver medal in Gynmastic, Women's Team.

Cycling[edit]

Rubens Donizete, Silver medal in Cycling, Mountain Bike category.
Ana Flávia Sgobin, Silver medal in Cycling, BMX category.

Judo[edit]

Daniela Polzin, Silver medal in Judo, Women's 48kg category.
Érika Miranda, Silver medal in Judo, Women's 52kg category.
Danielli Yuri, Silver medal in Judo, Women's 63kg category.
Mayra Aguiar, Silver medal in Judo, Women's 70kg category.
Leandro Guilheiro, Silver medal in Judo, Men's 73kg category.
João Gabriel Schlittler, Silver medal in Judo, Men's 100kg category

Rowing[edit]

Alexandre Ribas, Allan Bitencourt, Anderson Nocetti, Gibran Cunha, José Roberto Nascimento, Leandro Tozzo, Marcellus Silva, Nilton Alonco, Renan Castro, Silver medal in Rowing, Men's Eight category.

Shooting[edit]

Julio Almeida, Silver medal in Shooting, Men's 10m Air Pistol category.

Swimming[edit]

Fabíola Molina, Silver medal in Swimming, Women's 100m Backstroke category
Poliana Okimoto, Silver medal in Swimming, Women's Marathon 10km category.
Flávia Delaroli, Monique Ferreira, Rebeca Gusmão, Tatiana Barbosa, Silver medal in Swimming, Women's 4x100m Freestyle category.
Nicholas Santos, Silver medal in Swimming, Men's 50m Freestyle category
Gabriel Mangabeira, Silver medal in Swimming, Men's 100m Butterfly category
Henrique Barbosa, Silver medal in Swimming, Men's 200m Breaststroke category
César Cielo, Henrique Barbosa, Kaio Márcio, Thiago Pereira, Silver medal in Swimming, Men's 4x100m Medley category.

Taekwondo[edit]

Márcio Wenceslau, Silver medal in Taekwondo, Men's 58kg category.
Natália Falavigna, Silver medal in Taekwondo, Women's 67kg category.

Volleyball[edit]

Silver medal in Volleyball, Women's Team category.

Bronze[edit]

Artistic Gymnastic[edit]

Lais Souza, Bronze medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Women's Vault category
Lais Souza, Bronze medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Women's Uneven Bars category
Daniele Hypólito, Bronze medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Women's Balance Beam category
Jade Barbosa, Bronze medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Women's Floor category
Danilo Nogueira, Bronze medal in Artistic Gymnastic, Men's High Bar category

Badminton[edit]

Guilherme Kumasaka, Guilherme Pardo, Bronze medal in Badminton, Men's Doubles category

Cycling[edit]

Clemilda Silva, Bronze medal in Cycling, Road category.

Equestrian[edit]

Luíza Almeida, Renata Costa, Rogério Clementino, Bronze medal in Equestrian, Dressage category.

Fencing[edit]

João Souza, Bronze medal in Fencing, Men's Individual Foil category.
Clarisse Menezes, Bronze medal in Fencing, Women's Individual Epée category.

Rowing[edit]

Marcelus Silva, Bronze medal in Rowing, Men's Single Sculls category.
Allan Bitencourt, Anderson Nocetti, Bronze medal in Rowing, Men's Pairs category.

Swimming[edit]

Gabriella Silva, Bronze medal in Swimming, Women's 100m Butterfly category.
Flávia Delaroli, Bronze medal in Swimming, Women's 100m Freestyle category.
Daiene Dias, Bronze medal in Swimming, Women's 200m Butterfly category.
Monique Ferreira, Bronze medal in Swimming, Women's 200m Freestyle category.
Manuella Lyrio, Monique Ferreira, Paula Baracho, Tatiana Barbosa, Bronze medal in Swimming, Women's 4x200m Freestyle category.
Daiene Dias, Fabíola Molina, Tatiana Sakemi, Rebeca Gusmão, Bronze medal in Swimming, Women's 4x100m Medley category.
Thiago Pereira, Bronze medal in Swimming, Men's 100m Backstroke category.
Lucas Salatta, Bronze medal in Swimming, Men's 200m Backstroke category.
Armando Negreiros, Bronze medal in Swimming, Men's 400m Freestyle category.
Allan Carmo, Bronze medal in Swimming, Men's Marathon 10km category.

Triathlon[edit]

Juraci Moreira Junior, Bronze medal in Triathlon, Men's category.

Taekwondo[edit]

Leonardo Gomes Santos Bronze medal in Taekwondo, Men's 80kg category.

Weightlifting[edit]

Fabrício Mafra, Bronze medal in Weightlifting, Men's 105Kg category.

Results by event[edit]

Aquatics[edit]

Marathon Open Water Swim (10K)[edit]

4 athletes (2 female and 2 male)

Female[edit]
Male[edit]

Swimming[edit]

52 athletes (25 female and 26 male)

Female[edit]
Male[edit]

Synchronised Swimming[edit]

9 female athletes

Water polo[edit]

26 athletes (13 female, 13 male)

Female[edit]
Male[edit]

Athletics[edit]

83 athletes (39 female and 44 male)

Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima, carrying the Brazilian Flag.

Female

Male

CCE[edit]

5 athletes

Jump[edit]

Male

Female

Red Shoot[edit]

6 athletes (3 female and 3 male)

Badminton[edit]

8 athletes (4 female and 4 male)

Female[edit]

Male[edit]

Baseball[edit]

20 athletes

Receptor

Defensor

Defensores-ext

Suplentes

  • Vitor Kouji Ebisawa (São Paulo / São Paulo - SP)
  • Eduardo Naoki Watanabe (Nippon Blue Jays / Arujá - SP)
  • Marcos Henrique Guimarães (São Paulo / São Paulo - SP)
  • Leandro Akira Hasegawa (Dourados / Dourados - MS)

Basketball[edit]

Men's Team Competition[edit]

Women's Team Competition[edit]

Beach Volleyball[edit]

4 athletes (2 female and 2 male)

Female[edit]

Male[edit]

Bowling (Boliche)[edit]

4 athletes (2 female and 2 male) Female

Male

Boxing[edit]

11 athletes

Cycling[edit]

23 athletes (6 female and 17 male) Female

Male

BMX[edit]

Mountain bike[edit]

Road[edit]

Track[edit]

Equestrian[edit]

Show Jumping[edit]

5 athletes

Field hockey[edit]

32 athletes (16 female and 16 mas)

Football[edit]

36 athletes (18 female and 18 male) Male

Futsal[edit]

12 athletes

Handball[edit]

30 athletes (15 female and 15 male)

Judo[edit]

14 athletes (7 female and 7 male) Female

Male

Karate[edit]

9 athletes (3 female and 6 male) Female

Male

Kayaking[edit]

14 athletes (5 female and 9 male) Female

Male

Modern Pentathlon[edit]

Four athletes (two female and two male)

Rowing[edit]

33 athletes (11 female and 22 male)

Sailing[edit]

16 athletes (2 female and 14 male) Female

Male

Shooting[edit]

29 athletes (11 female and 18 mas)

Skating[edit]

16 athletes (8 female and 8 male)

Female

Male

Softball[edit]

Receptor

'Defense

Squash[edit]

6 athletes (3 female and 3 male)

Taekwondo[edit]

8 athletes (4 female and 4 male)

Table Tennis[edit]

8 athletes (4 female and 4 male)

Female

Male

Tennis[edit]

8 athletes (4 female and 4 male)

Trampoline[edit]

3 athletes (2 female and 1 male)

Female

Triathlon[edit]

Men's Competition[edit]

Women's Competition[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

24 athletes (12 female and 12 male)

Water Skiing[edit]

Wakeboard Masculino

Wrestling[edit]

11 athletes (4 female and 7 male)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gusmão Stripped of Pan Ams Medals". Associated Press. Retrieved 2007-12-18. [dead link]

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