Field hockey at the 2011 Pan American Games

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Field hockey
at the XVI Pan American Games
Field hockey pictogram.svg
Venue Pan American Hockey Stadium
Dates October 19 – October 29
Competitors 256 from 8 nations
«2007 2015»
Field hockey at the
2011 Pan American Games

Field hockey pictogram.svg
Tournament
men  women
Squads
men  women

Field hockey at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara was held over an eleven-day period beginning on October 19 and culminating with the medal finals on October 28 and October 29. All games were played at the Pan American Hockey Stadium. Each team was allowed to enter a maximum of sixteen athletes. The winner of each tournament qualified to compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain.[1]

Canada, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados were drawn into the same group for both tournaments, as well as Cuba, Mexico and the United States. Only Argentina and Chile swapped groups.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Argentina 1 1 0 2
2 United States 1 0 0 1
3 Canada 0 1 0 1
4 Chile 0 0 2 2
Total 2 2 2 6

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 Argentina (ARG)
Juan Manuel Vivaldi
Ignacio Bergner
Matias Vila
Pedro Ibarra
Lucas Argento
Lucas Rey
Rodrigo Vila
Matías Paredes
Lucas Cammareri
Lucas Vila
Fernando Zylberberg
Juan Martin Lopez
Manuel Brunet
Federico Bermejillo
Agustín Mazzilli
Lucas Rossi
 Canada (CAN)
Philip Wright
Scott Tupper
Jesse Watson
Richard Hildreth
Ken Pereira
Keegan Pereira
Jagdish Gill
David Jameson
Rob Short
Adam Froese
Mark Pearson
Iain Smythe
Gabbar Singh
Matthew Guest
David Carter
Antoni Kindler
 Chile (CHI)
Mathias Anwandter
Andrés Fuenzalida
Jose Zirpel
Adrián Henríquez
Jaime Zarhi
Esteban Krainz
Juan Cristobal Rodriguez
Thomas Kannegiesser
Martin Hernan Rodriguez
Alexis Berczely
Sebastián Kapsch
Fernando Fernández
Fernando Binder
Raúl Garcés
Jan Christian Richter
Sven Richter
Women
details
 United States (USA)
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
 Argentina (ARG)
Laura Aladro
Luciana Aymar
Noel Barrionuevo
Silvina D'Elía
Soledad García
Rosario Luchetti
Sofía Maccari
Delfina Merino
Carla Rebecchi
Macarena Rodríguez
Rocío Sánchez Moccia
Mariela Scarone
Daniela Sruoga
Josefina Sruoga
Belén Succi
Victoria Zuloaga
 Chile (CHI)
Claudia Schuler
Sofia Walbaum
Javiera Villagra
Paula Infante
Daniela Infante
Carloina Garcia
Maria Fernandez
Camila Caram
Manuela Urroz
Daniela Carram
Denise Infante
Michelle Wilson
Christine Fingerhuth
Catalina Cabach
Catalina Thiermann
Josefina Khamis

Competition format[edit]

Eight teams competed in both the men's and women's Pan American Games hockey tournaments with the competition consisting of two rounds. In the first round, teams were divided into two pools of four teams, and play followed round robin format with each of the teams playing all other teams in the pool once. Teams were awarded three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero points for a loss.[1]

Following the completion of the pool games, teams placing first and second in each pool advanced to a single elimination round consisting of two semifinal games, and the bronze and gold medal games. Remaining teams competed in classification matches to determine their ranking in the tournament. During these matches, extra time of 7½ minutes per half was played if teams were tied at the end of regulation time. During extra time, play followed golden goal rules with the first team to score declared the winner. If no goals were scored during extra time, a penalty stroke competition took place.[1]

Men[edit]

Participating nations[edit]

Pools were based on the current world rankings (January 4, 2011). Teams ranked 1, 4, 5 and 8 would be in Pool A, while teams ranked 2, 3, 6 and 7 would be in Pool B.[2]

Women[edit]

Participating nations[edit]

Pools were based on the current world rankings (January 4, 2011). Teams ranked 1, 4, 5 and 8 would be in Pool A, while teams ranked 2, 3, 6 and 7 would be in Pool B.[3]

Schedule[edit]

The competition will be spread out across ten days, with the men and women competing on alternating dates.[4]

    Preliminary round     Semifinals  M  Event finals
October 19th
Wed
20th
Thu
21st
Fri
22nd
Sat
23rd
Sun
24th
Mon
25th
Tue
26th
Wed
27th
Thu
28th
Fri
29th
Sat
Gold
medals
Men M 1
Women M 1

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