Shooting at the 2003 Pan American Games

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This page shows the results of the Sport Shooting Competition at the 2003 Pan American Games, held from August 2 to August 9 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Men's competition[edit]

50 m Pistol[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-05
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Daryl Szarenski (USA) 658.1
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Arseny Borrero (CUB) 639.3
Bronze medal america.svg Cuba Norbelis Bárzaga (CUB) 637.9
4. Brazil Stenio Yamamoto (BRA) 634.7
5. Trinidad and Tobago Roger Daniel (TRI) 634.2
6. Chile Manuel Sánchez (CHI) 632.4
7. United States Jason Turner (USA) 630.5
8. Guatemala Sergio Werner Sánchez (GUA) 627.1


25 m Rapid Fire Pistol[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-07
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg Cuba Leuris Pupo (CUB) 689.8
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Juan Francisco Pérez (CUB) 678.1
Bronze medal america.svg United States John McNally (USA) 671.2
4. Canada Metodi Igorov (CAN) 669.5
5. United States John Bickar (USA) 669.0
6. Argentina Daniel César Felizia (ARG) 666.3


10 m Air Pistol[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-02
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Jason Turner (USA) 675.6
Silver medal america.svg Argentina Maximino Modesti (ARG) 674.2
Bronze medal america.svg United States John Bickar (USA) 674.1
4. El Salvador Julio Molina (ESA) 670.1
5. Guatemala Sergi Sánchez (GUA) 669.9
6. Mexico Hugo Hernández (MEX) 669.6
7. Trinidad and Tobago Roger Daniel (TRI) 667.1
8. Brazil Stenio Yamamoto (BRA) 664.7


50 m Rifle 3 Positions[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-09
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Jason Parker (USA) 1259.7
Silver medal america.svg United States Eric Uptagrafft (USA) 1257.0
Bronze medal america.svg Argentina Pablo Álvarez (ARG) 1234.8
4. Cuba Liecer Pérez (CUB) 1233.4
5. Argentina Angel Velarte (ARG) 1229.5
6. Cuba Luiben Fran Hernández (CUB) 1229.0
7. Mexico Robert Elias (MEX) 1228.8
8. Canada Michel Dion (CAN) 1217.5


50 m Rifle Prone[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-07
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Tom Tamas (USA) 697.4
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Reinier Estpinan (CUB) 696.5
Bronze medal america.svg United States Ken Johnson (USA) 695.4
4. Guatemala Sergio Ernesto Davila (GUA) 689.7
5. Cuba Luiben Fran Hernández (CUB) 689.2
6. Canada Glynn Loftin (CAN) 687.9
7. Puerto Rico Ralph Rodríguez (PUR) 686.1
8. Venezuela Julio Iemma Hernández (VEN) 683.8


10 m Air Rifle[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-04
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg Argentina Ángel Rosendo Velarte (ARG) 692.5
Silver medal america.svg United States Bradley Wheeldon (USA) 691.4
Bronze medal america.svg Brazil Fabio Coelho (BRA) 685.7
4. Mexico Roberto José Elias (MEX) 683.1
5. Chile Mauricio Huerta (CHI) 683.2
6. Venezuela Julio Iemma Hernández (VEN) 681.9
7. Brazil José Carlos Arrais (BRA) 679.6
8. Guatemala Octavio Augusto Sandoval (GUA) 679.2


50 m Running Target[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-08
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States William Johnson (USA) 671.5
Silver medal america.svg Colombia Andrés Felipe Torres (COL) 668.3
Bronze medal america.svg United States Armando Ayala (USA) 666.0
4. Guatemala Attila Solti (GUA) 663.9
5. Guatemala Cristian Berudez (GUA) 653.0
6. Cuba Yunior Torres (CUB) 649.2


Trap[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-03
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Lance Bade (USA) 147
Silver medal america.svg Brazil Rodrigo Bastos (BRA) 145
Bronze medal america.svg Colombia Danilo Caro (COL) 141
4. Canada Tye Bietz (CAN) 139
5. Guatemala Jean Pierre Brol (GUA) 138
6. Argentina José Hugo Rodulfo (ARG) 134


Double Trap[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-06
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Jeffrey Holguin (USA) 180
Silver medal america.svg United States Bill Keever (USA) 176
Bronze medal america.svg Puerto Rico Lucas Bennazar (PUR) 165
4. Dominican Republic Elvin Rodgers (DOM) 163
5. Canada Garry Hill (CAN) 161
6. Dominican Republic Manuel Morales (DOM) 154


Skeet[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-09
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Randy Sotowa (USA) 148+4
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Guillermo Alfredo Torres (CUB) 148+3
Bronze medal america.svg Colombia Diego Duarte Delgado (COL) 148+1
4. Canada Clayton Miller (CAN) 147
5. Peru Marco Matellini (PER) 145+6
6. Dominican Republic Julio Dujarric (DOM) 145+5


Women's competition[edit]

25 m Pistol[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-08
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Sandra Uptagrafft (USA) 669.0
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Margarita Tarradel (CUB) 669.0
Bronze medal america.svg Colombia Natalia Tobar (COL) 667.0
4. Canada Avie Chao (CAN) 666.8
5. Cuba Lilia Pérez (CUB) 666.7
6. United States Janine Bowman (USA) 666.6
7. Brazil Ana Mello (BRA) 658.8
8. Ecuador Carmen Malo (ECU) 658.4


10 m Air Pistol[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-03
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg Venezuela Francis Gorrin (VEN) 477.1
Silver medal america.svg Colombia Amanda Aide Mondol (COL) 474.0
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Lynda Hare (CAN) 473.7
4. Venezuela Editzy Pimentel (VEN) 472.6
5. Cuba Margarita Tarradell (CUB) 472.2
6. United States Rebecca Snyder (USA) 470.0
7. El Salvador Luica Maida (ESA) 467.6
8. United States Janine Bowman (USA) 467.3


50 m Rifle 3 Positions[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-06
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg Cuba Eglis Yaima Cruz (CUB) 668.5
Silver medal america.svg United States Sarah Blakeslee (USA) 668.2
Bronze medal america.svg United States Hattie Jean Ponti-Johnson (USA) 665.6
4. Canada Sharon Bowes (CAN) 662.0
5. El Salvador Patricia Rivas (ESA) 657.1
6. Dominican Republic Freddy Tejeda (DOM) 656.5
7. Argentina Amelia Rosa Fournel (ARG) 654.6
8. Dominican Republic Mayid González (DOM) 646.9

10 m Air Rifle[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-02
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg Cuba Eglis Yaima Cruz (CUB) 497.4
Silver medal america.svg United States Melissa Mulloy (USA) 492.8
Bronze medal america.svg Argentina Amelia Rosa Fournel (ARG) 492.5
4. Mexico Teresa Telles (MEX) 491.2
5. Argentina Cecilia Zeid (ARG) 490.9
6. Canada Sharon Bowes (CAN) 490.2
7. United States Mary Elsass (USA) 490.1
8. Jamaica Dawn Mari Kobayashi (JAM) 488.5


Trap[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-04
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Collyn Loper (USA) 87
Silver medal america.svg Canada Cyntia Meyer (CAN) 84
Bronze medal america.svg Brazil Janice Teixeira (BRA) 82
4. Canada Susan Nattrass (CAN) 79
5. Puerto Rico Vivian Rodriguez (PUR) 74


Double Trap[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-05
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Kim Rhode (USA) 140
Silver medal america.svg Canada Cyntia Meyer (CAN) 133
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Susan Nattrass (CAN) 114
4. Puerto Rico Vivian Rodríguez (PUR) 86
5. Brazil Janice Teixeira (BRA) 78


Skeet[edit]

  • Held on 2003-08-07
RANK FINAL RANKING SCORE
Gold medal america.svg United States Brandie Neal (USA) 93
Silver medal america.svg Argentina Melisa Gil (ARG) 91
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Linda Conley (CAN) 91
4. Dominican Republic Kathia Michelle Dickson (DOM) 58


Medal table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  United States (USA) 12 5 5 22
2  Cuba (CUB) 3 5 1 9
3  Argentina (ARG) 1 2 2 5
4  Venezuela (VEN) 1 0 0 1
5  Canada (CAN) 0 2 3 5
 Colombia (COL) 0 2 3 5
7  Brazil (BRA) 0 1 2 3
8  Puerto Rico (PUR) 0 0 1 1
Total 17 17 17 51

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