Triathlon at the 2007 Pan American Games

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The triathlon competition at the 2007 Pan American Games was held on July 15, 2007 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the fourth time the event had been held at the Pan American Games. The male and female winners qualified directly for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.

Men's competition[edit]

RANK FINAL TIME DIFFERENCE
Gold medal america.svg United States Andy Potts (USA) 1:52:31.51
Silver medal america.svg Canada Brent McMahon (CAN) 1:52:38.19 +0:06.68
Bronze medal america.svg Brazil Juraci Moreira (BRA) 1:52:54.79 +0:23.28
4 Canada Kyle Jones (CAN) 1:53:05.25 +0:33.74
5 Costa Rica Leonardo Chacón (CRC) 1:53:13.75 +0:42.24
6 United States Jarrod Shoemaker (USA) 1:53:32.74 +1:01.23
7 Cuba Michel González (CUB) 1:53:34.57 +1:03.06
8 United States Brian Fleischmann (USA) 1:53:37.36 +1:05.85
9 Mexico Arturo Garza (MEX) 1:53:43.51 +1:12.00
10 Colombia Jorge Arias (COL) 1:53:53.76 +1:22.25
11 Canada Paul Tichelaar (CAN) 1:54:03.16 +1:31.65
12 Dominican Republic Javier Cuevas (DOM) 1:54:49.39 +2:17.88
13 Brazil Virgílio de Castilho (BRA) 1:55:17.24 +2:45.73
14 Venezuela José Vivas (VEN) 1:55:31.71 +3:00.20
15 Argentina Velmar Bianco (ARG) 1:55:40.29 +3:08.78
16 Dominican Republic Yean Jiménez (DOM) 1:55:52.82 +3:21.31
17 Cuba Carlos Rodríguez (CUB) 1:56:08.08 +3:36.57
18 Mexico Leonardo Saucedo (MEX) 1:56:26.50 +3:54.99
19 Mexico Javier Rosas (MEX) 1:56:49.99 +4:18.48
20 Chile Felipe van de Wyngard (CHI) 1:56:53.86 +4:22.35
21 Argentina Luciano Farias (ARG) 1:57:03.47 +4:31.96
22 Cuba Ramon Alberich (CUB) 1:57:05.07 +4:33.56
23 El Salvador Carlos Hernández (ESA) 1:57:44.19 +5:12.68
24 Venezuela Gilberto González (VEN) 1:58:23.05 +5:51.54
25 Puerto Rico Edgardo Vélez Rivera (PUR) 2:00:03.05 +7:31.54
26 Venezuela Camilo González (VEN) 2:00:42.09 +8:10.58
27 Dominican Republic Héctor Hernández (DOM) 2:03:43.52 +11:12.01
28 Uruguay Guillermo Nantes (URU) 2:04:16.84 +11:45.33
29 Brazil Antônio Marcos (BRA) 2:06:50.94 +14:19.43
30 Chile Benjamin Munizaga (CHI) 2:07:41.01 +15:09.50
Colombia Ricardo Cardeno (COL) DNF
Bolivia Luis Torrico (BOL) DNF
Argentina Lucas Cocha (ARG) DNF
Costa Rica Roberto Machado (CRC) DNF
Grenada Marc DeCaul (GRN) DNF
Guatemala Carlos Friely (GUA) DNF

Women's competition[edit]

RANK FINAL TIME DIFFERENCE
Gold medal america.svg United States Julie Ertel (USA) 1:57:23.21
Silver medal america.svg United States Sarah Haskins (USA) 1:57:46.23 +0:23.02
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Lauren Groves (CAN) 1:59:50.38 +2:27.17
4 Canada Kathy Tremblay (CAN) 2:00:25.90 +3:02.69
5 Mexico Melody Angel Ramírez (MEX) 2:00:44.24 +3:21.03
5 Brazil Mariana Ohata (BRA) 2:00:51.28 +3:28.07
7 Mexico Adriana Corona (MEX) 2:01:00.46 +3:37.25
8 Chile Barbara Riveros (CHI) 2:01:42.89 +4:19.68
9 Brazil Carla Moreno (BRA) 2:02:03.29 +4:40.08
10 United States Sara McLarty (USA) 2:02:07.68 +4:44.47
11 Ecuador Paola Bonilla (ECU) 2:02:16.72 +4:53.51
12 Bermuda Flora Duffy (BER) 2:03:13.92 +5:50.71
13 Cuba Yanitza Pérez (CUB) 2:03:49.24 +6:26.03
14 Costa Rica Alia Cardinale (CRC) 2:03:59.86 +6:36.65
15 Mexico Dunia Gómez Tirado (MEX) 2:04:20.30 +6:57.09
16 Argentina Pamela Geijo (ARG) 2:04:37.89 +7:14.68
17 Cuba Venus Rodríguez (CUB) 2:05:28.44 +8:05.23
18 Colombia Fiorella D'Croz (COL) 2:05:53.79 +8:30.58
19 Brazil Sandra Soldan (BRA) 2:06:35.99 +9:12.78
20 Venezuela Rosemary López (VEN) 2:07:47.64 +10:24.43
21 Puerto Rico Melissa Ríos la Luz (PUR) 2:09:01.49 +11:38.28
22 Ecuador Elizabeth Bravo (ECU) 2:11:01.88 +13:38.67
23 Cuba Maydelen Justo (CUB) 2:11:21.32 +13:58.11
24 Costa Rica Monica Umana (CRC) 2:12:08.31 +14:45.10
25 Uruguay Virginia López Argenta (URU) 2:15:18.67 +17:55.46
26 Argentina Nidia Kondratavicius (ARG) 2:15:46.76 +18:23.55
Colombia Maria Morales (COL) DNF
Argentina Paulina Abrego (ARG) DNF
Bolivia Agnes Eppers (BOL) DNF

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