Table tennis at the Pan American Games

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Table tennis has been held at the Pan American Games since the 1979 Pan American Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Medal winners[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Canada Eddie Lo (CAN)[1] Dominican Republic Mario Álvarez (DOM)[1] Canada Alex Polisois (CAN)[1]
Dominican Republic Raymundo Fermin (DOM)[1]
1983 Caracas United States Brian Masters (USA)[2] Brazil Ricardo Inokuchi (BRA)[2] Dominican Republic Mario Álvarez (DOM)[2]
Peru Walter Nathan (PER)[2]
1987 Indianapolis Canada Joe Ng (CAN)[3] United States Sean O'Neill (USA)[3] Brazil Cláudio Kano (BRA)[3]
Brazil Carlos Kawai (BRA)[3]
1991 Havana Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[4][5] Brazil Cláudio Kano (BRA)[4] Canada Horatio Pintea (CAN)[4]
United States James Butler (USA)[4]
1995 Mar del Plata Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[6][7] Brazil Cláudio Kano (BRA)[6] Canada Horatio Pintea (CAN)[6]
United States James Butler (USA)[6]
1999 Winnipeg United States David Zhuang (USA)[8] Argentina Liu Song (ARG)[8] Cuba Fransisco Arado (CUB)[8]
Chile Jorge Gambra (CHI)[8]
2003 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Lin Ju (DOM)[9][10] Brazil Thiago Monteiro (BRA)[9][10] Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[9][10]
Argentina Liu Song (ARG)[9]
2007 Rio de Janeiro Dominican Republic Lin Ju (DOM)[11] Argentina Liu Song (ARG)[11] Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[11]
Brazil Thiago Monteiro (BRA)[11]
2011 Guadalajara Argentina Liu Song (ARG) Mexico Marcos Madrid (MEX) Ecuador Alberto Mino (ECU)
Dominican Republic Lin Ju (DOM)

Men's doubles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Canada Eddie Lo
Canada Alex Polisois (CAN)[1]
Dominican Republic Mario Álvarez
Dominican Republic Esteban Ortiz Gonzalo (DOM)[1]
Dominican Republic Raymundo Fermin
Dominican Republic Juan Vila (DOM)[1]
Ecuador Gustavo Ripalda
Ecuador Gustavo Ulloa (ECU)[1]
1983 Caracas Brazil Ricardo Inokuchi
Brazil Cláudio Kano (BRA)[2]
Dominican Republic Raymundo Fermin
Dominican Republic Juan Vila (DOM)[2]
United States Brian Masters
United States Sean O'Neill (USA)[2]
Chile Marcos Nunes
Chile Jorge Gambra (CHI)[2]
1987 Indianapolis Canada Joe Ng
Canada Horatio Pintea (CAN)[3]
Brazil Cláudio Kano
Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[3]
Chile Marcos Nunes
Chile Jorge Gambra (CHI)[3]
Dominican Republic Mario Álvarez
Dominican Republic Juan Vila (DOM)[3]
1991 Havana Brazil Cláudio Kano
Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[4]
Canada Joe Ng
Canada Horatio Pintea (CAN)[4]
Brazil Carlos Kawai
Brazil Silney Yuta (BRA)[4]
Cuba Ruben Arado
Cuba Ernesto Gonzalez (CUB)[4]
1995 Mar del Plata Brazil Cláudio Kano
Brazil Hugo Hoyama (BRA)[6]
Argentina Pablo Tabachnik
Argentina Martin Paradela (ARG)[6]
Canada Joe Ng
Canada Horatio Pintea (CAN)[6]
Chile Juan Papic
Chile Juan Salamanca (CHI)[6]
2003 Santo Domingo Brazil Hugo Hoyama
Brazil Thiago Monteiro (BRA)[9]
Brazil Gustavo Tsuboi
Brazil Bruno Anjos (BRA)[9]
Argentina Liu Song
Argentina Pablo Tabachnik (ARG)[9]
Dominican Republic Lin Ju
Dominican Republic Roberto Brito (DOM)[9]

Men's team[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Dominican Republic
Mario Álvarez[1]
Raymundo Fermin[1]
Esteban Ortiz[1]
Juan Vila[1]
United States
Quang Dang Bui[1]
David Sakai[1]
Dean Doyle[1]
Todd Petersen[1]
Canada
Eddie Lo[12]
Alex Polisois[12]
1983 Caracas Brazil
Ricardo Inokuchi[2][13]
Cláudio Kano[2][13]
Acassio da Cunha[2][13]
Aristides Nascimento[2]
Maurício Kobayashi[2]
Canada
Joe Ng[2]
Horatio Pintea[2]
Bao Nguyen[2]
Alain Bourbonnais[2]
Dominican Republic
Mario Álvarez[14]
Raymundo Fermin[14]
Juan Vila[14]
Jamaica
1987 Indianapolis Brazil
Cláudio Kano[3]
Hugo Hoyama[3]
Carlos Kawai[3]
Fumihiro Takahashi[3]
United States
James Butler[3]
Khoa Nguyen[3]
Sean O'Neill[3]
Canada
Joe Ng[15]
Horatio Pintea[15]
1991 Havana Brazil
Cláudio Kano[4][5]
Hugo Hoyama[4][5]
Carlos Kawai[4][5]
Silnei Yuta[4][5]
United States
James Butler[4]
Sean O'Neill[4]
Dhirem Narotam[4]
Canada
Joe Ng[16]
Horatio Pintea[16]
1995 Mar del Plata Brazil
Cláudio Kano[6][7]
Hugo Hoyama[6][7]
Carlos Kawai[6][7]
Silnei Yuta[6]
United States
James Butler[6]
Sean O'Neill[6]
Chi-Sun Chui[6]
Derek May[6]
Canada
Joe Ng[17]
Horatio Pintea[17]
Francis Trudel[17]
1999 Winnipeg United States
David Zhuang[8]
Eric Owens[8]
Todd Sweeris[8]
Argentina
Liu Song[8]
Pablo Tabachnik[8]
Juan Frery[8]
Brazil
Hugo Hoyama[18][19]
Thiago Monteiro[19]
Carlos Kawai[19]
Canada
Pradeeban Peter-Paul[18][20]
Xavier Therien[20]
Horatio Pintea[20]
2007 Rio de Janerio Brazil
Hugo Hoyama[11]
Thiago Monteiro[11]
Gustavo Tsuboi[11]
Argentina
Liu Song[11]
Pablo Tabachnik[11]
Gaston Alto[11]
Canada
Pierre-Luc Hinse[21]
Shen Qiang[21]
Pradeeban Peter-Paul[21]
United States
Mark Hazinski[22]
Eric Owens[22][23]
Han Xiao[22]
2011 Guadalajara Brazil
Hugo Hoyama
Thiago Monteiro
Gustavo Tsuboi
Argentina
Liu Song
Pablo Tabachnik
Gaston Alto
Cuba
Andy Pereira
Jorge Campos
Pavel Oxamendi
Mexico
Marcos Madrid
Guillermo Muñoz
Jude Okoh

Women's singles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Canada Mariann Domonkos (CAN)[1] United States Liu Fan Yeen (USA)[1] Mexico Diana Guillen (MEX)[1]
United States Judy Bochenski (USA)[1]
1983 Caracas United States Insook Bhushan (USA)[2] Cuba Madeleine Armas (CUB)[2] Venezuela Elizabeth Popper (VEN)[2]
Cuba Marta Báez (CUB)[2]
1987 Indianapolis United States Insook Bhushan (USA)[3] Canada Mariann Domonkos (CAN)[3] Peru Mónica Liyau (PER)[3]
Cuba Carmen Miranda Yera (CUB)[3]
1991 Havana United States Insook Bhushan (USA)[4] United States Lily Yip (USA)[4] Cuba Madeleine Armas (CUB)[4]
Chile Jackeline Díaz (CHI)[4]
1995 Mar del Plata Canada Geng Lijuan (CAN)[6] United States Lily Yip (USA)[6] Canada Barbara Chiu (CAN)[6]
United States Diana Gee (USA)[6]
1999 Winnipeg United States Gao Jun (USA)[8] Canada Geng Lijuan (CAN)[8] Canada Petra Cada (CAN)[8]
United States Amy Feng (USA)[8]
2003 Santo Domingo United States Gao Jun (USA)[9] Dominican Republic Wu Xue (DOM)[9] United States Tawny Banh (USA)[9]
Chile Berta Rodriguez (CHI)[9]
2007 Rio de Janeiro United States Gao Jun (USA)[11] Dominican Republic Wu Xue (DOM)[11] United States Wang Chen (USA)[11]
Canada Judy Long (CAN)[11]
2011 Guadalajara Canada Mo Zhang (CAN) Dominican Republic Wu Xue (DOM) United States Lily Zhang (USA)
United States Ariel Hsing (USA)

Women's doubles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Canada Mariann Domonkos
Canada Biurte Plucas (CAN)[1]
United States Judy Bochenski
United States Connie Sweeris (USA)[1]
Colombia Ana Uribe
Colombia Isabel Bastida (COL)[1]
Cuba Paquita Roman
Cuba Ailed Gonzalez (CUB)[1]
1983 Caracas United States Insook Bhushan
United States Diana Gee (USA)[2]
Cuba Madeleine Armas
Cuba Marta Báez (CUB)[2]
Venezuela Elizabeth Popper
Venezuela Nieves Arevalo (VEN)[2]
Canada Mariann Domonkos
Canada Thanh Mach (CAN)[2]
1987 Indianapolis Cuba Carmen Miranda Yera
Cuba Marisel Ramirez (CUB)[3]
Canada Mariann Domonkos
Canada Thanh Mach (CAN)[3]
Cuba Madeleine Armas
Cuba Marta Báez (CUB)[3]
Ecuador Patricia Cabrera
Ecuador Betty Guamancera (ECU)[3]
1991 Havana United States Lily Yip
United States Li Ai (USA)[4]
United States Insook Bhushan
United States Diana Gee (USA)[4]
Cuba Madeleine Armas
Cuba Yolanda Rodrigues (CUB)[4]
Canada Julie Barton
Canada Caroline Sylvestre (CAN)[4]
1995 Mar del Plata Canada Geng Lijuan
Canada Barbara Chiu (CAN)[6]
Chile Sofija Tepes
Chile Jackelin Diaz (CHI)[6]
United States Tawny Banh
United States Wang Wei (USA)[6]
Chile Berta Rodriguez
Chile Ursula Macaya (CHI)[6]
2003 Santo Domingo United States Gao Jun
United States Jasna Fazlic (USA)[9]
United States Lily Yip
United States Tawny Banh (USA)[9]
Venezuela Fabiola Ramos
Venezuela Luisana Perez (VEN)[9]
Dominican Republic Wu Xue
Dominican Republic Olga Vila (DOM)[9]

Women's team[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Canada
Mariann Domonkos[1]
Birute Plucas[1]
United States
Liu Fan Yeen[1]
Judy Bochenski[1]
Connie Sweeris[1]
Trinidad and Tobago
Nadira Abdool[24]
Tara Hansrajsingh[24]
1983 Caracas United States
Insook Bhushan[2]
Diana Gee[2]
Cuba
Madeleine Armas[2]
Marta Báez[2]
Carmem Miranda Yera[2]
Canada
Mariann Domonkos[25]
Thanh Mach[25]
Dominican Republic
Blanca Alejo[25]
Brigida Perez[25]
1987 Indianapolis United States
Insook Bhushan[3]
Diana Gee[3]
Lisa Gee[3]
Takako Tren Holme[3]
Cuba
Madeleine Armas[3]
Marta Báez[3]
Carmem Miranda Yera[3]
Maricel Ramirez[3]
Canada
Mariann Domonkos[26]
Thanh Mach[26]
1991 Havana United States
Insook Bhushan[4]
Diana Gee[4]
Lily Yip[4]
Li Ai[4]
Cuba
Madeleine Armas[4]
Yolanda Rodriguez[4]
Leticia Suarez[4]
Maricel Ramirez[4]
Brazil
Carla Tibério[5]
Lyanne Kosaka[5]
Marta Massuda[5]
Mônica Dotti[5]
1995 Mar del Plata Canada
Geng Lijuan[6]
Barbara Chiu[6]
Chris Xu[6]
Petra Cada[6]
United States
Diana Gee[6]
Lily Yip[6]
Tawny Banh[6]
Wang Wei[6]
Cuba
Madeleine Armas[27]
1999 Winnipeg United States
Gao Jun[8]
Tawny Banh[8]
Amy Feng[8]
Canada
Geng Lijuan[8]
Chris Xu[8]
Petra Cada[8]
Brazil
Eugênia Ferreira[19]
Lígia Silva[19]
Lyanne Kosaka[19]
Chile
Berta Rodriguez[20]
Sofija Tepes[20]
Silvia Morel[20]
2007 Rio de Janerio United States
Gao Jun[11]
Wang Chen[11]
Tawny Banh[11]
Canada
Judy Long[11]
Zhang Mo[11]
Chris Xu[11]
Cuba
Glendys Gonzalez[28]
Dayana Ferrer[28]
Anisleyvis Bereau[28]
Dominican Republic
Johenny Valdez[28]
Wu Xue[28]
Lian Qian[28]
2011 Guadalajara Dominican Republic
Wu Xue
Johenny Valdez
Eva Brito
Venezuela
Fabiola Ramos
Ruaida Ezzeddine
Luisana Perez
United States
Ariel Hsing
Lily Zhang
Erica Wu
Colombia
Paula Medina
Luisa Zuluaga
Johana Araque

Mixed doubles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1979 San Juan Canada Alex Polisois
Canada Mariann Domonkos (CAN)[1]
Mexico Sergio Sanchez
Mexico Diana Guillen (MEX)[1]
Canada Eddie Lo
Canada Birute Plucas (CAN)[1]
United States Bui Quang Dang
United States Liu Fan Yeen (USA)[1]
1983 Caracas United States Sean O'Neill
United States Insook Bhushan (USA)[2]
Canada Horatio Pintea
Canada Mariann Domonkos (CAN)[2]
Brazil Cláudio Kano
Brazil Sandra Noda (BRA)[2]
Venezuela Fransisco Lopez
Venezuela Elizabeth Popper (VEN)[2]
1987 Indianapolis United States Khoa Nguyen
United States Insook Bhushan (USA)[3]
United States Sean O'Neill
United States Diana Gee (USA)[3]
Canada Joe Ng
Canada Mariann Domonkos (CAN)[3]
Venezuela Fransisco Lopez
Venezuela Elizabeth Popper (VEN)[3][29]
1991 Havana United States Sean O'Neill
United States Diana Gee (USA)[4]
Cuba Ruben Arado
Cuba Yolanda Rodrigues (CUB)[4]
Canada Joe Ng
Canada Julie Barton (CAN)[4]
Cuba Ernesto Gonzalez
Cuba Madeleine Armas (CUB)[4]
1995 Mar del Plata Canada Horatio Pintea
Canada Geng Lijuan (CAN)[6]
Cuba Fransisco Arado
Cuba Madeleine Armas (CUB)[6]
Brazil Hugo Hoyama
Brazil Lívia Kosaka (BRA)[6]
Canada Joe Ng
Canada Barbara Chiu (CAN)[6]

Medal table 1951-2011[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 20 14 14 48
2  Canada (CAN) 13 8 21 42
3  Brazil (BRA) 12 6 12 30
4  Dominican Republic (DOM) 4 6 12 22
5  Cuba (CUB) 1 7 12 20
6  Argentina (ARG) 1 6 1 8
7  Mexico (MEX) 0 2 2 4
8  Chile (CHI) 0 1 8 9
9  Venezuela (VEN) 0 1 4 5
10  Ecuador (ECU) 0 0 3 3
10  Colombia (COL) 0 0 3 3
12  Peru (PER) 0 0 2 2
13  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 0 0 1 1
14  Jamaica (JAM) 0 0 1 1
Total 51 51 96 198


Events[edit]

Event 1979 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011
Men's singles
Men's doubles
Men's team
Women's singles
Women's doubles
Women's team
Mixed doubles
Events 7 7 7 7 7 4 6 4 4

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Results of the 1979 Pan American Games. ITTF Database.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah Results of the 1983 Pan American Games. ITTF Database.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai Results of the 1987 Pan American Games. ITTF Database.
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