Pan Am Badminton Championships

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The Pan Am Badminton Championships is a tournament organized since 1977 by the Badminton Pan Am (BPA) to crown the best badminton players in the Americas. The tournament was held every two years from 1977 till 2007. Now it is organized annually except once every four years when the Pan Am Games multi-sports event is held. Badminton is part of the Pan Am Games since 1995. 2007 was the only year both events, the Pan Am Badminton Championships and the Pan Am Games were held simultaneously in the same year. The Pan Am Badminton Championships have a Grand Prix status.

Host cities[edit]

Year City Nation
1991 Kingston  Jamaica
1993 Guatemala City  Guatemala
1997 Calgary  Canada
2001 Lima  Peru
2005 Bridgetown  Barbados
2007 Calgary  Canada
2008 Lima  Peru
2009 Guadalajara  Mexico
2010 Curitiba  Brazil
2012 Lima  Peru
2013 Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic
2014 Markham[1]  Canada

Medal winners[edit]

Individual[edit]

Year Men's Singles Women's Singles Men's Doubles Women's Doubles Mixed Doubles
2014 Cuba Osleni Guerrero Canada Michelle Li Canada Adrian Liu
Canada Derrick Ng
United States Eva Lee
United States Paula Lynn Obanana
Canada Toby Ng
Canada Alexandra Bruce
2013 Cuba Osleni Guerrero Canada Michelle Li Canada Adrian Liu
Canada Derrick Ng
United States Eva Lee
United States Paula Lynn Obanana
Canada Toby Ng
Canada Alexandra Bruce
2012 Guatemala Kevin Cordón Canada Christin Tsai Canada Adrian Liu
Canada Derrick Ng
Canada Alexandra Bruce
Canada Phyllis Chan
Canada Derrick Ng
Canada Alexandra Bruce
2011
No 2011 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 2011 Pan Am Games
2010 Canada Stephan Wojcikiewicz United States Cee Nantana Ketpura United States Sameera Gunatileka
United States Vincent Nguy
Canada Grace Gao
Canada Joycelyn Ko
Canada Toby Ng
Canada Grace Gao
2009 Guatemala Kevin Cordón Canada Anna Rice Guatemala Kevin Cordón
Guatemala Rodolfo Ramirez
Canada Milaine Cloutier
Canada Valerie St. Jacques
Canada Toby Ng
Canada Grace Gao
2008 Canada David Snider Peru Claudia Rivero Canada Toby Ng
Canada William Milroy
Peru Cristina Aicardi
Peru Claudia Rivero
Canada William Milroy
Canada Fiona McKee
2007 Canada Stephan Wojcikiewicz Canada Anna Rice Canada Mike Beres
Canada William Milroy
Canada Fiona Mckee
Canada Charmaine Reid
United States Howard Bach
United States Eva Lee
2005 Canada Andrew Dabeka Canada Charmaine Reid United States Khan "Bob" Malaythong
United States Raju Rai
Canada Helen Nichol
Canada Charmaine Reid
Canada Mike Beres
Canada Jody Patrick
2003
No 2003 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 2003 Pan Am Games
2001 United States Kevin Han United States Meluawati United States Kevin Han
United States Howard Bach
Canada Milaine Cloutier
Canada Helen Nichol
Canada Keith Chan
Canada Milaine Cloutier
1999
No 1999 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 1999 Pan Am Games
1997 United States Kevin Han Canada Denyse Julien United States Kevin Han
United States Howard Bach
Canada Milaine Cloutier
Canada Robyn Hermitage
Canada Iain Sydie
Canada Denyse Julien
1995
No 1995 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 1995 Pan Am Games
1993 Peru Mario Carulla Trinidad and Tobago Debra O'Connor Peru Mario Carulla
Peru Jose Antonio Iturriaga
Peru Silvia Jimenez
Peru Maria Theresa Montero
Peru Gustavo Salazar
Peru Maria Theresa Montero
1991 Canada Jaimie Dawson Canada Denyse Julien Canada Mike Bitten
Canada Bryan Blanshard
Canada Denyse Julien
Canada Doris Piche
Canada Jaimie Dawson
Canada Denyse Julien
1989
1979
Not available
1977 Mexico Roy Díaz González Canada Wendy Clarkson Canada Jaimie McKee
Canada John Czich
United States Pam Bristol Brady
United States Judianne Kelly
United States Bruce Pontow
United States Pam Bristol Brady

Team[edit]

Venue Year Champion Runner-up Score Results
Markham 2014  Canada  United States 3-2 2014 Results
Santo Domingo 2013  Canada  United States 3–1 2013 Results
Lima 2012  Canada  United States 3–1 2012 Results
Curitiba 2010  Canada  United States 3–1 2010 Results
Guadalajara 2009  Canada  Peru 3–0 2009 Results
Lima 2008  Canada  Peru 3–2 2008 Results
Calgary 2007  Canada  United States 3–1
Bridgetown 2005  Canada  United States 3–2
Lima 2004  Canada  United States 5–0
Lima 2001  United States
Calgary 1997  Canada
Guatemala City 1993  Peru
Kingston 1991  Canada

References[edit]

  • "The first Pan-American Championships", World Badminton, July–August 1977, 11.

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