Karate at the 2011 Pan American Games – Qualification

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Qualification summary[edit]

The following nations qualified:[1]

NOC Men Women Total
60kg 67kg 75kg 84kg 84+kg 50kg 55kg 61kg 68kg 68+kg
Argentina X X X 3
Brazil X X X X X X 6
Canada X X X X 4
Chile X X X X X X 6
Colombia X X X 3
Costa Rica X 1
Cuba X X X X 4
Dominican Republic X X X X X X X X 8
Ecuador X X X 3
El Salvador X X X X X 5
Guatemala X X X 3
Mexico X X X X X X X X X X 10
Flag of PASO.svg Netherlands Antilles X 1
Panama X 1
Peru X X X X X 5
Puerto Rico X X 2
Trinidad and Tobago X 1
United States X X X X X X 6
Uruguay X 1
Venezuela X X X X X X X 7
Total: 20 NOCs 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 80

Qualification by category[edit]

-60kg Men[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Manuel Araujo
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Colombia Andres Felipe Llanos
Chile Miguel Oviedo
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 El Salvador David Pérez
Dominican Republic Norberto Sosa
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Peru Dennis Lazo
Brazil Douglas Brose
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 United States Adam Brozer
TOTAL 8

-67kg Men[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Daniel Carrillo
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Venezuela Jean Pena
Ecuador Daniel Alejandro Acosta
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Dominican Republic Deivis Ferreras
Puerto Rico Jesús Rodríguez6
El Salvador Carlos Galán
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Cuba Dennis Novo
Peru Jesus Paucarcaja
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 United States Brian Mertel
TOTAL 8

-75kg Men[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Antonia Gutierrez
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Chile David Israel Firmani
Ecuador Esteban Espinoza
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Dominican Republic Dionicio Gustavo
El Salvador Aarón Pérez
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Cuba Javier Zamora
Peru Israel Aco
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 United States Tom Scott
TOTAL 8

-84kg Men[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Homero Morales
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Peru Edwin Luis Asserto
Venezuela Cesar Herrera
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 El Salvador José Paz
Dominican Republic Jorge Peréz
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Colombia Yilber Ocoro
Uruguay Pablo Layerla
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 Canada Sorin Alexandru
TOTAL 8

84+kg Men[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Alberto Ramirez
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Venezuela Ángel Aponte
Argentina Franco Recouso
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Trinidad and Tobago Kwame Kinsale
Puerto Rico Nelson González
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 El Salvador Jorge Alexander Merino
Brazil Wellington Barbosa
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 Canada Shaun Dhillon
TOTAL 8

-50kg Women[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Laura Contreras
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Chile Gabriela Piutrin
Brazil Jessica Cândido
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Guatemala Cheili Gonzalez
Dominican Republic Ana Villanueva
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Venezuela Dougmay Camacaro
United States Tyler Wolfe
Automatic 3 Mexico Guadalajara 1 Colombia Paula Andrea Ruiz5
TOTAL 8

-55kg Women[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Lorena Mendoza
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Chile Jessy Makarena Contreras
Brazil Valeria Kumizaki
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Guatemala Esther Micheo
Dominican Republic Karina Diaz
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Ecuador Jacqueline Factos
United States Shannon Nishi
Automatic 3 Mexico Guadalajara 1 Cuba Yanelsis Gongora 5
TOTAL 8

-61kg Women[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Bertha Gutierrez
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Peru Alexandra Grande
Argentina Virginia Acevedo
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Dominican Republic Ana Montilla
Flag of PASO.svg Marisca Verspaget
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Venezuela Daniela Suarez
Panama Yaremi Borzelli
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 Canada Golrokh Khalili
TOTAL 8

-68kg Women[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Yadira Lira
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Venezuela Yoly Guillén
Brazil Lucélia Ribeiro
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Costa Rica Ashley Binns
Dominican Republic Johanni Sierra
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Chile Elizabeth Retamal
Cuba Yoandra Moreno
2011 North American Karate Championship 2 Canada Montreal 1 United States Cheryl Murphy
TOTAL 8

-68+kg Women[edit]

Competition Location Vacancies Qualified
Host - 1 Mexico Xhunashi Caballero
2010 South American Games Colombia Medellín 2 Venezuela Yeisy Pina
Argentina Perla Salazar
2010 Central American and Caribbean Games Puerto Rico Mayagüez 2 Guatemala Maria Castellanos
Puerto Rico Rosa Zavala
2011 Pan American Championships 1 Mexico Guadalajara 2 Canada Olivia Grant
Chile Claudia Vera
Automatic 3 Mexico Guadalajara 1 Brazil Jeanis Colzani 5
TOTAL 8
  • ^1 Countries may only enter athletes in which they have not qualified in.
  • ^2 Open to athletes from Canada and the United States only.
  • ^3 If an athlete from either Canada or the United States qualify through the Pan American Championship, the other nation automatically gets the North American spot. If both nations qualify, then the top three from the Pan American Championships will earn the spots.
  • ^4 If an athlete is injured they may be replaced by another athlete from the same country.
  • ^5 There has been a late change in the qualification system which the Canadian federation has appealed.[2]
  • ^6 Jesús Rodríguez of Puerto Rico had originally won the spot, but withdrew due to an injury. El Salvador's Carlos Galán will replace him.[3]

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