Chronological summary of the 2011 Pan American Games

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For the medal count, see 2011 Pan American Games medal table.
2011 Pan American Games
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This page contains a chronological summary of major events from the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Calendar[edit]

In the following calendar for the 2011 Pan American Games, each blue box represents an event competition, such as a qualification round, on that day. The yellow boxes represent days during which medal-awarding finals for a sport are held. The number in each box represents the number of finals that will be contested on that day.[1]

OC Opening ceremony Event competitions 1 Event finals EG Exhibition gala CC Closing ceremony
October 14th
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Events
Ceremonies OC CC
Archery 2 2 4
Athletics 3 5 6 9 10 12 1 1 47
Badminton 2 3 5
Baseball 1 1
Basketball 1 1 2
Basque pelota 4 6 10
Bowling 2 2 4
Boxing 6 7 13
Canoeing 1 1 5 5 12
Cycling 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 18
Diving 2 2 2 2 8
Equestrian 1 1 2 1 1 6
Fencing 2 2 2 2 2 2 12
Field hockey 1 1 2
Football 1 1 2
Gymnastics 1 1 3 5 1 1 2 5 5 EG 24
Handball 1 1 2
Judo 3 4 4 3 14
Karate 2 4 4 10
Modern pentathlon 1 1 2
Racquetball 4 2 6
Roller skating 2 2 4 8
Rowing 4 5 5 14
Rugby sevens 1 1
Sailing 9 9
Shooting 2 2 2 3 1 2 3 15
Softball 1 1
Squash 4 2 6
Swimming 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 2 34
Synchronized swimming 1 1 2
Table tennis 2 2 4
Taekwondo 2 2 2 2 8
Tennis 3 2 5
Triathlon 2 2
Volleyball 1 1 1 1 4
Water polo 1 1 2
Water skiing 3 6 9
Weightlifting 3 3 3 3 3 15
Wrestling 4 3 4 4 3 18
Total events 11 14 24 21 18 19 20 23 31 17 18 28 43 43 28 3 361
Cumulative total 11 25 49 70 88 107 127 150 181 198 216 244 287 330 358 361
October 14th
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Events

Day 1 – October 14 (Opening ceremony)[edit]

Opening ceremony
  • Starting at 8:00 pm CDT (UTC-6), the three-hour opening ceremony was attended by 50,000 spectators. The spectacle was directed by production company Five Currents, and the Pan American Cauldron was lit by former Mexican diver Paola Espinosa.[2]

Day 2 – October 15[edit]

Cycling (mountain biking) pictogram.svg Cycling
Gymnastics (rhythmic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
  • Julie Zetlin of the United States wins the first ryhthmic gymnastics medal on offer in the individual all around competition.
Modern pentathlon pictogram.svg Modern pentathlon
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • The United States team wins four out of the five gold medals, in the process setting one Pan American Games record. Brazil wins the only other gold medal.
Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Cycling Men's cross-country Hector Páez Colombia
Women's cross-country Heather Irmiger United States
Gymnastics Women's rhythmic individual all-around Julie Zetlin United States
Modern pentathlon Women's modern pentathlon Margaux Isaksen United States
Swimming Women's 100 metre butterfly Claire Donahue United States
Women's 400 metre individual medley Claire Donahue United States
Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay Madison Kennedy
Elizabeth Pelton
Amanda Kendall
Erika Erndl
United States PR
Men's 400 metre freestyle Charles Houchin United States
Men's 400 metre individual medley Thiago Pereira Brazil
Taekwondo Women's 49 kg Ivett Gonda Canada
Men's 58 kg Gabriel Mercedes Dominican Republic

Day 3 – October 16[edit]

Cycling (road) pictogram.svg Cycling
  • Colombian athletes win both gold medals in the road cycling time trial events.
Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian
  • The United States wins the gold medal in the team dressage event, successfully defending their championship for the fourth straight Pan American Games.
Gymnastics (rhythmic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
  • Brazil wins the group event by shocking favourites Canada for the title, in the process claiming its second straight title.
Modern pentathlon pictogram.svg Modern pentathlon
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting
  • Daryl Szarenszki wins the gold medal in the 10m air pistol event with a new Pan American record in the qualifications and finals. Dorothy Ludwig of Canada wins the women's event, coming back on the last shot to win by 0.1 points and qualify a spot for Canada at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • Brazil and the United States continue their dominance in the pool with Brazil picking up three gold medals, while the United States picking up the rest with two.
Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Cycling Men's road time trial Marlon Alirio Perez Colombia
Women's road time trial María Luisa Calle Colombia
Equestrian Team dressage Steffen Peters
Heather Blitz
Cesar Parra
Marisa Festerling
United States
Gymnastics Women's rhythmic group all-around Dayane Amaral
Debora Falda
Luisa Matsuo
Bianca Mendonça
Eliane Sampaio
Drielly Saltoe
Brazil
Modern pentathlon Men's individual Óscar Soto Mexico
Shooting Men's 10 metre air pistol Daryl Szarenszki United States FPR
Women's 10 metre air pistol Dorothy Ludwig Canada
Swimming Women's 100 metre backstroke Rachel Bootsma United States PR
Women's 200 metre freestyle Catherine Breed United States
Men's 100 metre freestyle César Cielo Brazil PR
Men's 100 metre breaststroke Felipe França Silva Brazil
Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay César Cielo
Bruno Fratus
Nicholas Santos
Nicolas Oliviera
Gabriel Mangabeira*
Thiago Pereira*
Henrique Rodrigues*
Brazil PR
Taekwondo Women's 57 kg Irma Contreras Mexico
Men's 68 kg Jhohanny Jean Dominican Republic
  • Athletes with a * competed in preliminaries only and received medals.

Day 4 – October 17[edit]

Cycling (track) pictogram.svg Cycling
  • Colombia wins the men's team pursuit, while Venezuela sets new Pan American Records in the men's and women's team sprints
Gymnastics (rhythmic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing
  • Argentina wins three out of the four gold medals on offer while Cuba takes the remaining title.
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting
Squash pictogram.svg Squash
  • Mexico wins the men's and women's singles and doubles events. Colombia wins the men's singles event.
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • Brazil and the United States continue their dominance in the pool as each win two gold medals.
Table tennis pictogram.svg Table tennis
Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Cycling Men's team pursuit Juan Arango
Edwin Avila
Arles Castro
Weimar Roldán
Colombia
Men's team sprint Hersony Canelón
César Marcano
Ángel Pulgar
Venezuela PR
Women's team sprint Daniela Larreal
Mariestela Vilera
Venezuela PR
Gymnastics Women's rhythmic individual ball Julie Zetlin United States
Women's rhythmic individual hoop Cynthia Valdéz Mexico
Women's rhythmic group 5 balls Dayane Amaral
Debora Falda
Luisa Matsuo
Bianca Mendonça
Eliane Sampaio
Drielly Saltoe
Brazil
Rowing Women's double sculls Maria Abalo
Maria Best
Argentina
Women's coxless pair Yariulvis Cobas
Aimee Hernandez
Cuba
Men's double sculls Cristian Rosso
Ariel Suarez
Argentina
Men's coxless four Sebastian Fernandez
Joaquin Iwan
Rodrigo Murillo
Agustin Silvestro
Argentina
Shooting Men's 10 metre air rifle Matthew Rawlings United States FPR
Women's 10 metre air rifle Emily Caruso United States FPR
Squash Men's singles Miguel Rodriguez Colombia
Men's doubles Arturo Salazar
Eric Galvez
Mexico
Women's singles Samantha Terán Mexico
Women's doubles Nayelly Fernandez
Samantha Terán
Mexico
Swimming Men's 100 metre backstroke Thiago Pereira Brazil
Men's 200 metre butterfly Leonardo De Deus Brazil
Women's 100 metre breaststroke Ann Chandler United States
Women's 400 metre freestyle Gilligan Ryan United States
Table tennis Men's team Hugo Hoyama
Gustavo Tsuboi
Thiago Monteiro
Brazil
Women's team Wu Xue
Johenny Valdez
Eva Brito
Dominican Republic
Taekwondo Women's 67 kg Melissa Pagnotta Canada
Men's 80 kg Sebastián Crismanich Argentina

Day 5 – October 18[edit]

Cycling (track) pictogram.svg Cycling
  • Canada breaks the Pan American Games record twice en route to a gold medal performance. Lisandra Guerra of Cuba wins the women's individual sprint.
Gymnastics (rhythmic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics (trampoline) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
  • Canada wins both golds in the trampoline competition, while Brazil sweeps the gold medals in the group event as it wins the 3 ribbons + 2 hoops event. The United States and Mexico also picked up one gold medal each in the individual apparatus finals in rhythmic gymnastics, as that event came to a close.
Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting
  • Guatemala wins its first gold medal in the men's 50 meter pistol event, while the United States wins the women's trap.
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • Brett Fraser wins the Cayman Islands first ever Pan American Games gold medal by setting a new Pan American Games record in the men's 200 meter freestyle event. The United States wins the other four gold medals that were awarded today.
Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo
  • Cuba wins both events today (the men's +80 and women's +67 kg classes), as taekwondo competitions also come to a close.
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Cycling Women's team pursuit Laura Brown
Jasmin Glaesser
Stephanie Roorda
Canada PR
Women's sprint Lisandra Guerra Cuba
Gymnastics Women's rhythmic individual club Cynthia Valdéz Mexico
Women's rhythmic individual ribbon Julie Zetlin United States
Women's rhythmic group 3 ribbons + 2 hoops Dayane Amaral
Debora Falda
Luisa Matsuo
Bianca Mendonça
Eliane Sampaio
Drielly Saltoe
Brazil
Men's trampoline Keegan Soehn Canada
Women's trampoline Rosannagh MacLennan Canada
Rowing Women's single sculls Margot Shumway United States
Women's lightweight double sculls Analicia Ramirez
Lila Perez Rul
Mexico
Men's coxless pair Michael Gennaro
Robert Otto
United States
Men's quadruple sculls Alejandro Cucchietti
Santiago Fernández
Cristian Rosso
Ariel Suarez
Argentina
Men's lightweight double sculls Alan Armenta
Gerardo Sanchez
Mexico
Shooting Men's 50 metre pistol Sergio Sanchez Guatemala
Women's trap Miranda Wilder United States
Swimming Men's 200 metre freestyle Brett Fraser Cayman Islands GR
Men's 200 metre breaststroke Sean Mahoney United States GR
Men's 1500 metre freestyle Arthur Frayler United States
Women's 200 metre individual medley Julia Smit United States
Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay Catherine Breed
Elizabeth Pelton
Chelsea Nauta
Amanda Kendall
Kim Vandenberg
Erika Erndl
United States GR
Taekwondo Women's +67 kg Glenhis Hernández Cuba
Men's +80 kg Robelis Despaigne Cuba

Day 6 – October 19[edit]

Badminton pictogram.svg Badminton
  • Canada wins two gold medals, while Guatemala takes home two gold medals, as Canada tops the medal table at the conclusion of the badminton events.
Cycling (track) pictogram.svg Cycling
Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian
Rowing pictogram.svg Rowing
  • Cuba takes three of five gold medals available, after previously not taking any gold medals in rowing. Argentina and the United States take one gold each as the rowing competitions come to a close.
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting

The United States, Brazil and Guatemala each win one gold medal, as the latter two set final round Pan American Games records.

Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • The United States continued its dominance in the pool by winning three out of five golds, while second place Brazil wins one gold. Chile wins its first gold medal at the games in the women's 800 meters freestyle event.
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Badminton Men's doubles Howard Bach
Tony Gunawan
United States
Women's doubles Michelle Li
Alex Bruce
Canada
Cycling Men's sprint Hersony Canelón Venezuela
Men's Omnium Juan Arango Colombia
Equestrian Individual dressage Steffen Peters United States
Rowing Women's lightweight single sculls Jennifer Goldsack United States
Women's quadruple sculls Maria Abalo
Maria Best
Milka Kraljev
Maria Rohner
Argentina
Men's single sculls Angel Fournier Cuba
Men's lightweight coxless four Wilber Turro
Liosbel Hernandez
Liosmel Ramos
Manuel Suárez
Cuba
Men's eight Jason Read
Stephen Kasprzyk
Matthew Wheeler
Joseph Spencer
Michael Gennaro
Robert Otto
Blaise Didier
Marcus Mc Elhenney
Derek Johnson
United States
Shooting Men's 50 metre rifle prone Michael McPhail United States
Men's trap Jean Pierre Brol Guatemala FPR
Women's 25 metre pistol Ana Luiza Mello Brazil FPR
Swimming Men's 200 metre individual medley Thiago Pereira Brazil
Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay Conor Dwyer
Daniel Lawrence Madwed
Ryan Joseph Feeley
Douglas Robinson
Charles Houchin
Rexford Tullius
Robert Margallis Junior
Matthew Patton
United States
Women's 100 metre freestyle Amanda Kendall United States
Women's 200 metre butterfly Kim Vandenberg United States
Women's 800 metre freestyle Kristel Kobrich Chile

Day 7 – October 20[edit]

Badminton pictogram.svg Badminton
  • Canada wins two gold medals, while Guatemala takes home two gold medals, as Canada tops the medal table at the conclusion of the badminton events.
Cycling (track) pictogram.svg Cycling
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • The first night of the swimming competition that the United States does not win more than one gold medal. Brazil, Venezuela and Canada win one gold each the latter two winning their first gold medals of the swimming competition.
Synchronized swimming pictogram.svg Synchronized swimming
Table tennis pictogram.svg Table tennis
Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg Volleyball
  • Brazil defeats Cuba in a thrilling five set gold medal match, and wins the first gold medal awarded in a team sport.
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Badminton Men's singles Kevin Cordón Guatemala
Women's singles Michelle Li Canada
Mixed doubles Grace Gao
and Toby Ng
Canada
Cycling Men's Keirin Fabián Puerta Colombia
Women's Keirin Daniela Larreal Venezuela
Women's Omnium Angie Gonzalez Venezuela
Shooting Men's double trap Walton Eller United States
Swimming Men's 50 metre freestyle César Cielo Brazil GR
Men's 100 metre butterfly Albert Subitatis Venezuela
Women's 200 metre backstroke Elizabeth Pelton United States GR
Women's 200 metre breaststroke Ashley McGregor Canada
Synchronized swimming Women's duet Elise Marcotte
& Marie-Pier Boudreau Gagnon
Canada
Table tennis Men's singles Song Liu Argentina
Women's singles Mo Zhang Canada
Volleyball Women's tournament Brazil women's national volleyball team Brazil
Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 55 kg Gustavo Balart Cuba
Men's Greco-Roman 66 kg Pedro Mullens Cuba
Men's Greco-Roman 84 kg Pablo Shorey Cuba
Men's Greco-Roman 120 kg Mijaín López Cuba

Day 8 – October 21[edit]

Archery pictogram.svg Archery
  • The United States and Mexico each contested the finals of both team events with the USA men and the Mexican women taking gold. The USA men set a 24 arrows Pan American record during the semifinals as well. Cuba took the bronze medal in both events.
Volleyball (beach) pictogram.svg Beach volleyball
Cycling (BMX) pictogram.svg Cycling
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting
Squash pictogram.svg Squash
  • Canada wins the women's team event, while Mexico wins the men's team event.
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
  • The United States continues its dominance in the pool by winning two gold medals. Brazil, the distant runner-up also takes two gold medals.
Synchronized swimming pictogram.svg Synchronized swimming
  • Canada completes the sweep in synchronized swimming by winning the team event.
Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Archery Men's team United States United States
Women's team Mexico Mexico
Beach volleyball Women's tournament Larissa França
Juliana Felisberta
Brazil
Cycling Men's BMX Connor Fields United States
Women's BMX Mariana Pajón Colombia
Shooting Men's 50 metre rifle three positions Jason Parker United States
Women's skeet Kimberly Harryman United States
Squash Men's team Arturo Salazar
Eric Galvez
César Salazar
Mexico
Women's team Miranda Ranieri
Samantha Cornett
Stephanie Edmison
Canada
Swimming Women's 50 metre freestyle Lara Marie Jackson United States
Women's 4 × 100 metre medley relay Rachel Bootsma
Ann Catherine Chandler
Claire Donahue
Amanda Kendall
United States PR
Men's 200 metre backstroke Thiago Pereira Brazil
Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay Guilherme Guido
Felipe França Silva
Gabriel Mangabeira
César Cielo
Brazil
Synchronized swimming Women's team Marie-Pier Boudreau Gagnon
Jo-Annie Fortin
Chloé Isaac
Stéphanie Leclair
Tracy Little
Élise Marcotte
Karine Thomas
Valérie Welsh
Canada
Tennis Women's Singles Irina Falconi United States
Women's Doubles María Irigoyen
Florencia Molinero
Argentina
Mixed Doubles Ana Paula de la Peña
Santiago González
Mexico
Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 60 kg Luis Liendo Venezuela
Men's Greco-Roman 74 kg Jorgisbell Alvarez Cuba
Men's Greco-Roman 96 kg Yunior Estrada Cuba

Day 9 – October 22[edit]

Archery pictogram.svg Archery
  • The United States men's and the Mexican women's team finished the competition by winning the singles events.
Volleyball (beach) pictogram.svg Beach volleyball
  • Brazil completes the sweep of the beach volleyball gold medals.
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg Cycling
Racquets pictogram.svg Racquetball
  • Mexico wins three out of four gold medals available while the United States wins the only other gold medal on offer.
Shooting pictogram.svg Shooting
  • The United States wins two gold medals, finishing the competition with ten of the fifteen gold medals available. Cuba picks up the only other gold medal won today.
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming
Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis
Water skiing pictogram.svg Water skiing
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Archery Men's individual Brady Ellison United States
Women's individual Alejandra Valencia Mexico
Beach volleyball Men's tournament Alison Cerutti
Emanuel Rego
Brazil
Cycling Men's road race Marc de Maar Netherlands Antilles
Women's road race Arlenis Sierra Cuba
Racquetball Women's singles Paola Longoria Mexico
Women's doubles Paola Longoria
Samantha Salas
Mexico
Men's singles Rocky Carson United States
Men's doubles Álvaro Beltrán
Javier Moreno
Mexico
Shooting Men's 25 metre rapid fire pistol Emil Milev United States
Men's skeet Vincent Hancock United States
Women's 50 metre rifle three positions Dianelys Pérez Cuba
Swimming Men's marathon 10 kilometres Richard Weinberger Canada
Women's marathon 10 kilometres Cecilia Biagioli Argentina
Tennis Men's Singles Robert Farah Colombia
Men's Doubles Robert Farah
Juan Sebastián Cabal
Colombia
Water skiing Women's overall Regina Jaquess United States
Men's wakeboard Andrew Adkison United States
Men's overall Javier Julio Argentina
Wrestling Women's Freestyle 48 kg Carol Huynh Canada
Women's Freestyle 55 kg Helen Maroulis United States
Women's Freestyle 63 kg Katerina Vidiaux Cuba
Women's Freestyle 72 kg Lisset Hechevarria Cuba

Day 10 – October 23[edit]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics
Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian
  • The United States the team eventing event, while Canada wins the individual eventing event. Brazil and Argentina who placed third and fourth respectively in the team event event qualify a full team to compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain (the United States and Canada have already qualified).
Handball pictogram.svg Handball
Sailing pictogram.svg Sailing
Softball pictogram.svg Softball
Triathlon pictogram.svg Triathlon
Water skiing pictogram.svg Water skiing
Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Men's 20 kilometres walk Erick Barrondo Guatemala
Women's 20 kilometres walk Jamy Franco Guatemala
Women's marathon Adriana da Silva Brazil
Equestrian Individual eventing Jessica Phoenix Canada
Team eventing Lynn Symansky
Hannah Burnett
Jack Pollard
Bruce Davidson, Jr.
Hannah Burnett
United States
Handball Women's tournament Brazil
Sailing Women's sailboard Patricia Freitas Brazil
Women's Laser Radial class Cecilia Saroli Argentina
Men's sailboard Ricardo Santos Brazil
Men's Laser class Julio Alsogaray Argentina
Sunfish class Matheus Dellangnello Brazil
Snipe class Alexandre do Amaral
Gabriel Borges
Brazil
Lightning class Alberto González
Diego González
Cristian Herman
Chile
Hobie 16 class Enrique Figueroa
Victor Aponte
Puerto Rico
J/24 class Mauricio Oliveira
Alexandre de Silva
Guilherme Hamelmann
Daniel Santiago
Brazil
Softball Women's tournament United States
Triathlon Men's individual Reinaldo Colucci Brazil
Women's individual Sarah Haskins United States
Water skiing Women's tricks Whitney McClintock Canada
Women's slalom Regina Jaquess United States
Women's jump Regina Jaquess United States
Men's tricks Javier Julio Argentina
Men's slalom Jonathan Travers United States
Men's jump Frederick Krueger IV United States
Weightlifting Women's 48 kg Lely Burgos Puerto Rico
Men's 56 kg Sergio Álvarez Cuba
Men's 62 kg Óscar Figueroa Colombia
Wrestling Men's Freestyle 55 kg Juan Ramirez Beltre Dominican Republic
Men's Freestyle 66 kg Liván López Cuba
Men's Freestyle 84 kg Jake Herbert United States
Men's Freestyle 120 kg Tervel Dlagnev United States

Day 11 – October 24[edit]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics
Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
Handball pictogram.svg Handball
Inline speed skating pictogram.svg Roller skating
Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting
Wrestling pictogram.svg Wrestling
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Men's 5.000 metres Juan Luis Barrios Mexico
Men's discus throw Jorge Fernández Cuba
Women's 10,000 metres Marisol Romero Mexico
Women's hammer throw Yipsi Moreno Cuba PR
Women's pole vault Yarisley Silva Cuba PR
Fencing Women's individual foil Lee Kiefer United States
Men's individual épée Weston Kelsey United States
Gymnastics Women's artistic team all-around Bridgette Caquatto
Jessie DeZiel
Brandie Jay
Shawn Johnson
Grace McLaughlin
Bridget Sloan
United States
Handball Men's tournament Argentina
Roller skating Men's free skating Marcel Sturmer Brazil
Women's free skating Elizabeth Soler Argentina
Weightlifting Women's 53 kg Yuderquis Contreras Dominican Republic
Women's 58 kg Maria Escobar Ecuador
Men's 69 kg Israel Rubio Venezuela
Wrestling Men's Freestyle 60 kg Luis Liendo Venezuela
Men's Freestyle 74 kg Jorgisbell Alvarez Cuba
Men's Freestyle 96 kg Yunior Estrada Cuba

Day 12 – October 25[edit]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics
Baseball pictogram.svg Baseball
Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball
Bowling pictogram.svg Bowling
Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
Squash pictogram.svg Racquetball
Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Women's 100 metres Rosângela Santos Brazil
Women's 800 metres Adriana Muñoz Cuba
Men's 100 metres Lerone Clarke Jamaica
Men's long jump Daniel Pineda Chile
Men's shot put Dylan Armstrong Canada PR
Men's decathlon Leonel Suárez Cuba
Basketball Women's tournament Puerto Rico
Baseball Men's tournament Andrew Albers, Cole Armstrong, Chris Bisson, Shawn Bowman
Nick Bucci, Michael Crouse, Emerson Frostad, Mark Hardy
Jimmy Henderson, Shawn Hill, Jay Johnson, Mike Johnson
Chris Kissock, Brock Kjeldgaard, Marcus Knecht, Kyle Lotzkar
Jonathan MaloDustin Molleken, Scott Richmond, Chris Robinson
Jamie Romak, Tim Smith, Skyler Stromsmoe, Jimmy Van Ostrand
Canada
Bowling Women's pairs Liz Johnson
Kelly Kulick
United States
Men's pairs Bill O'Neill
Chris Barnes
United States
Fencing Women's individual sabre Mariel Zagunis United States
Men's individual foil Alexander Massialas United States
Racquetball Men's team Álvaro Beltrán
Gilberto Mejia
Javier Moreno
Mexico
Women's team Paola Longoria
Samantha Salas
Mexico
Weightlifting Women's 63 kg Christine Girard Canada PR
Men's 77 kg Iván Cambar Cuba
Men's 85 kg Yoelmis Hernández Cuba

Day 13 – October 26[edit]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics
Basque pelota pictogram.svg Basque pelota
Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg Canoeing
Diving pictogram.svg Diving
Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
Judo pictogram.svg Judo
Inline speed skating pictogram.svg Roller skating
Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Women's 100 metres hurdles Yvette Lewis United States
Women's 400 metres hurdles Princesa Oliveros Colombia
Women's 400 metres Jennifer Padilla Colombia
Women's long jump Maurren Maggi Brazil
Women's high jump Lesyani Mayor Cuba
Women's heptathlon Lucimara da Silva Brazil
Men's 400 metres Nery Brenes Costa Rica
Men's 1500 metres Leandro de Oliveira Brazil
Men's hammer throw Kibwe Johnson United States PR
Basque pelota Men's Paleta Rubber Pairs Trinkete Facundo Andreasen
Sergio Villegas
Argentina
Men's Paleta Leather Pairs 36m Fronton Rafael Fernández
Azuan Perez
Cuba
Men's Paleta Leather Pairs Trinkete Cristian Andrés Algarbe
Jorge Villegas
Argentina
Men's Paleta Rubber Pairs 30m Fronton Fernando Gabriel Ergueta
Javier Alejandro Nicosia
Argentina
Canoeing Women's K-4 500 metres Kathleen Fraser
Kristin Gauthier
Alexa Irvin
Una Lounder
Canada
Diving Women's 10 metre platform Paola Espinosa Mexico
Men's synchronized 3 metre springboard Yahel Castillo
Julian Sánchez
Mexico
Fencing Women's individual épée Kelly Hurley United States
Men's individual sabre Philippe Beaudry Canada
Judo Women's +78 kg Idalys Ortiz Cuba
Men's 100 kg Luciano Corrêa Brazil
Men's +100 kg Óscar Brayson Cuba
Weightlifting Women's 69 kg Mercedes Pérez Colombia
Women's 75 kg Ubaldina Valoyes Colombia
Men's 94 kg Javier Venega Cuba

Day 14 – October 27[edit]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics
Basque pelota pictogram.svg Basque pelota
Bowling pictogram.svg Bowling
Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg Canoeing
Diving pictogram.svg Diving
Equestrian pictogram.svg Equestrian
Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing
Football pictogram.svg Football
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram.svg Gymnastics
Judo pictogram.svg Judo
Karate pictogram.svg Karate
Inline speed skating pictogram.svg Roller skating
Weightlifting pictogram.svg Weightlifting
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Men's 200 metres Roberto Skyers Cuba
Men's 400 metres hurdles Omar Cisneros Cuba PR
Men's 10,000 metres Marilson Santos Brazil
Men's high jump Donald Thomas Bahamas
Men's triple jump Alexis Copello Cuba
Women's 200 metres Ana Cláudia Silva Brazil
Women's 1500 metres Adriana Muñoz Cuba
Women's 5,000 metres Marisol Romero Mexico
Women's shot put Misleydis González Cuba
Women's javelin throw Alicia DeShasier United States
Basque pelota Women's Paleta Rubber Pairs Trinkete María Lis García
María Lis García
Argentina
Women's Frontenis Pairs 30m Fronton Paulina Castillo
Guadalupe Maria Hernandez
Mexico
Men's Mano Singles Trinkete Heriberto López Mexico
Men's Mano Doubles 36m Fronton Jorge Alberto Alcantara
Orlando Diaz
Mexico
Men's Mano Singles 36m Fronton Fernando Medina Mexico
Men's Frontenis Pairs 30m Fronton Alberto Miguel Rodriguez
Arturo Rodríguez
Mexico
Bowling Men's individual Santiago Mejia Colombia
Women's individual Elizabeth Johnson United States
Canoeing Men's K-4 1000 metres Osvaldo Labrada
Jorge Antonio Garcia
Reinier Torres
Maikel Daniel Zulueta
Cuba
Diving Men's 3 metre springboard Yahel Castillo Mexico
Women's synchronized 10 metre platform Paola Espinosa
Tatiana Ortiz
Mexico
Equestrian Team jumping Kent Farrington on Uceko
Beezie Madden on Coral Reef Via Volo
Christine McCrea on Romantovich Take One
McLain Ward on Antares F
United States
Fencing Men's team épée Soren Thompson
Weston Kelsey
Cody Mattern
Gerek Meinhardt
United States
Women's team foil Lee Kiefer
Nzingha Prescod
Doris Willette
Ibtihaj Muhammad
United States
Football Women's tournament Rachelle Beanlands, Melanie Booth, Candace Chapman
Robyn Gayle, Christina Julien, Kaylyn Kyle
Karina LeBlanc, Vanessa Legault-Cordisco, Diana Matheson
Kelly Parker, Sophie Schmidt, Desiree Scott
Lauren Sesselmann, Diamond Simpson, Christine Sinclair
Brittany Timko, Rhian Wilkinson, Shannon Woeller
Canada
Gymnastics Men's floor Diego Hypólito Brazil
Men's pommel horse Daniel Corral Mexico
Men's rings Brandon Wynn United States
Women's uneven bars Bridgette Caquatto United States
Women's vault Brandie Jay United States
Judo Women's 70 kg Onix Cortés Cuba
Women's 78 kg Kayla Harrison United States
Men's 81 kg Leandro Guilheiro Brazil
Men's 90 kg Tiago Camilo Brazil
Karate Men's +84 kg Angel Aponte Venezuela
Women's +68 kg Maria Castellanos Guatemala
Roller skating Men's 1,000 metres Pedro Causil Colombia
Men's 10,000 metres Jorge Bolaños Ecuador
Women's 1,000 metres Yersy Puello Colombia
Women's 10,000 metres Kelly Martínez Colombia
Weightlifting Women's +75 kg Olivia Nieve Ecuador
Men's 105 kg Jorge Arroyo Ecuador
Men's +105 kg Fernando Reis Brazil

Day 15 – October 28[edit]

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Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Women's 3000 metres steeplechase Sara Hall United States
Women's 4 × 100 metres relay Ana Cláudia Silva
Vanda Gomes
Franciela Krasucki
Rosângela Gomes
Brazil
Women's 4 × 400 metres relay Aymée Martínez
Diosmely Peña
Susana Clement
Daisurami Bonne
Cuba AR
Women's discus throw Yarelys Barrios Cuba GR
Women's triple jump Caterine Ibargüen Colombia GR
Men's 110 metres hurdles Dayron Robles Cuba GR
Men's 800 metres Andy González Cuba
Men's 3000 metres steeplechase José Peña Venezuela
Men's 4 × 100 metres relay Ailson Feitosa
Sandro Viana
Nilson André
Bruno de Barros
Brazil GR
Men's 4 × 400 metres relay Noel Ruíz
Raidel Acea
Omar Cisneros
William Collazo
Cuba
Men's javelin throw Guillermo Martínez Cuba GR
Men's pole vault Lázaro Borges Cuba GR
Boxing Men's Light flyweight Joselito Velazquez Mexico
Men's Bantamweight Lázaro Álvarez Cuba
Men's Light welterweight Roniel Iglesias Cuba
Men's Middleweight Emilio Correa Cuba
Men's Heavyweight Lenier Pero Cuba
Women's Flyweight Mandy Bujold Canada
Canoeing Men's K-1 1000 metres Jorge Antonio García Cuba
Men's C-1 1000 metres Everardo Cristóbal Mexico
Men's K-2 1000 metres Steven Jorens
Richard Dessureault-Dober
Canada
Men's C-2 1000 metres Karel Aguilar Chacón
Serguey Torres
Cuba
Women's K-1 500 metres Carrie Johnson United States
Women's K-2 500 metres Dayexi Gandarela
Yulitza Meneses
Cuba
Diving Men's synchronized 10 metre platform Iván García
German Sanchez
Mexico
Women's 3 metre springboard Laura Sánchez Mexico
Fencing Men's team foil Miles Chamley-Watson
Alexander Massialas
Gerek Meinhardt
United States
Women's team sabre Ibtihaj Muhammad
Mariel Zagunis
Dagmara Wozniak
Lindsay Campbell
United States
Field hockey Women's tournament Kayla Bashore-Smedley
Michelle Cesan
Lauren Crandall
Rachel Dawson
Katelyn Falgowski
Melissa Gonzalez
Michelle Kasold
Claire Laubach
Caroline Nichols
Katie O'Donnell
Julia Reinprecht
Katie Reinprecht
Paige Selenski
Amy Swensen
Shannon Taylor
Michelle Vittese
United States
Football Men's tournament José de Jesús Corona
Hugo Isaác Rodríguez
Hiram Mier
Néstor Araujo
Dárvin Chávez
Jesús Zavala
Javier Aquino
Carlos Emilio Orrantía
Oribe Peralta
Othoniel Arce
Jerónimo Amione
José Antonio Rodríguez
Ricardo Bocanegra
Jorge Enríquez
César Ibáñez
Miguel Ángel Ponce
Isaác Brizuela
Diego Reyes
Mexico
Gymnastics Men's horizontal bar Paul Ruggeri United States
Men's parallel bars Daniel Corral Mexico
Men's vault Diego Hypólito Brazil
Women's balance beam Ana Sofía Gómez Guatemala
Women's floor Ana Lago Mexico
Judo Women's 57 kg Yurisleidy Lupetey Cuba
Women's 63 kg Yaritza Abel Cuba
Men's 66 kg Leandro Da Cunha Brazil
Men's 73 kg Bruno Silva Brazil
Karate Men's 60 kg Daniel Viveros Ecuador
Men's 84 kg Cesar Herrera Venezuela
Women's 50 kg Ana Villanueva Dominican Republic
Women's 68 kg Lucelia Ribeiro Brazil
Water polo Women's tournament Elizabeth Armstrong
Heather Petri
Melissa Seidemann
Brenda Villa
Lauren Wenger
Margaret Steffens
Courtney Mathewson
Jessica Steffens
Elsie Windes
Kelly Rulon
Annika Dries
Kami Craig
Tumuaialii Anae
United States

Day 16 – October 29[edit]

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Gold medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Men's 50 kilometres walk Horacio Nava Mexico
Boxing Men's flyweight Robeisy Ramírez Cuba
Men's lightweight Yasniel Toledo Cuba
Men's welterweight Carlos Banteux Cuba
Men's light heavyweight Julio La Cruz Cuba
Men's super heavyweight Ítalo Perea Mexico
Women's light welterweight Kiria Tapia Puerto Rico
Women's light heavyweight Mary Spencer Canada
Canoeing Men's K-1 200 metres Cesar De Cesare Ecuador
Men's C-1 200 metres Richard Dalton Canada
Men's K-2 200 metres Ryan Cochrane
Hugues Fournel
Canada
Women's K-1 200 metres Carrie Johnson United States
Diving Men's synchronized 10 metre platform Iván García
Germán Sánchez
Mexico
Women's 3 metre springboard Laura Sánchez Mexico
Equestrian Individual jumping Christine McCrea United States
Fencing Men's team sabre Benjamin Igoe
Timothy Morehouse
James Williams
United States
Women's team épée Lindsay Campbell
Courtney Hurley
Kelley Hurley
United States
Field hockey Men's tournament Juan Manuel Vivaldi
Ignacio Bergner
Matías Vila
Pedro Ibarra
Lucas Argento
Lucas Rey
Rodrigo Vila
Matías Paredes
Lucas Cammareri
Lucas Vila
Fernando Zylberberg
Juan Martín Lopez
Manuel Brunet
Federico Bermejillo
Agustín Mazzilli
Lucas Rossi
Argentina
Judo Women's 48 kg Paula Pareto Argentina
Women's 52 kg Yanet Bermoy Cuba
Men's 60 kg Felipe Kitadai Brazil
Karate Men's 67 kg Daniel Viveros Ecuador
Men's 75 kg Dionicio Gustavo Dominican Republic
Women's 55 kg Shannon Nishi United States
Women's 61 kg Bertha Gutierrez Mexico
Volleyball Men's tournament Thiago Alves
Mauricio Borges
Eder Carbonera
Mario Da Silva
Mauricio De Souza
Wallace De Souza
Gustavo Endres
Luiz Fonteles
Wallace Martins
Murilo Radke
Bruno Rezende
Renato Russomanno
Brazil
Water polo Men's tournament Merrill Moses
Peter Varellas
Peter Hudnut
Ryan Bailey
Tony Azevedo
Jeff Powers
Layne Beaubien
Adam Wright
Tim Hutten
Jesse Smith
Brian Alexander
J. W. Krumpholz
Chay Lapin
Cuba

Day 17 – October 30[edit]

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Closing ceremony
Gold Medalists
Sport Event Competitor(s) NOC Rec Ref
Athletics Men's marathon Solonei da Silva Brazil
Basketball Men's tournament Renaldo Balkman, José Juan Barea, Carlos Arroyo
Filiberto Rivera, Carlos Strong, Samuel Villegas
Miguel "Ali" Berdiel, Edwin Ubiles, Gabriel Colón
Luis Villafañe, Manuel Narvaez, Daniel Santiago
Puerto Rico
Rugby sevens Men's tournament Nanyak Dala, Sean Duke, Matthew Evans
Sean White, Ciaran Hearn, Nathan Hirayama
Tyler Ardon, Phil Mack, John Moonlight
Taylor Paris, Mike Scholz, Conor Trainor
Canada

References[edit]

  1. ^ "XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 -Sports Calendar" (PDF). Guadalajara Organizing Committee. Retrieved May 25, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Pan Am Games open with pomp, pageantry". Toronto Star. October 14, 2011. Retrieved October 15, 2011.