Water polo at the 2011 Pan American Games

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Water polo
at the XVI Pan American Games
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Venue Scotiabank Aquatics Center
Dates October 23 - October 29
Competitors 208 from 10 nations
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Water polo at the
2011 Pan American Games
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Tournament
men  women
Rosters
men  women

Water polo at the 2011 Pan American Games was held from October 23 to October 29, 2011, at the Scotiabank Aquatics Center in Guadalajara, Mexico. Each men's and women's team consisted of 13 athletes. Therefore, a total of 208 athletes competed in water polo at these games. The winner of each tournament (the United States) qualified to compete at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain, while the second through fourth place finishers in each tournament qualified for the last chance qualifying tournament.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 2 0 0 2
2 Canada 0 2 0 2
3 Brazil 0 0 2 2
Total 2 2 2 6

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 United States (USA)
Merrill Moses
Peter Varellas
Peter Hudnut
Ryan Bailey
Tony Azevedo
Jeff Powers
Layne Beaubien
Adam Wright
Tim Hutten
Jesse Smith
Brian Alexander
J. W. Krumpholz
Chay Lapin
 Canada (CAN)
Dusan Aleksic
Nicholas Bicari
Justin Boyd
John Conway
Dusko Dakic
Devon Diggle
Aaron Feltham
Kevin Graham
Constantine Kudaba
Jared McElroy
Robin Randall
Scott Robinson
Oliver Vikalo
 Brazil (BRA)
Henrique Carvalho
João Coelho
Danilo Correa
Jonas Crivella
Marcelo Das Chagas
Felipe De Costa
Luís Dos Santos
Marcelo Franco
Ruda Franco
Gustavo Guimăres
Bernardo Rocha
Gabriel Rocha
Emilio Vieira
Women
details
 United States (USA)
Elizabeth Armstrong
Heather Petri
Melissa Seidemann
Brenda Villa
Lauren Wenger
Maggie Steffens
Courtney Mathewson
Jessica Steffens
Elsie Windes
Kelly Rulon
Annika Dries
Kami Craig
Tumuaialii Anae
 Canada (CAN)
Krystina Alogbo
Joëlle Békhazi
Tara Campbell
Emily Csikos
Monika Eggens
Whitney Genoway
Katrina Monton
Dominique Perreault
Marina Radu
Rachel Riddell
Christine Robinson
Rosanna Tomiuk
Anna Yelizarova
 Brazil (BRA)
Tess De Oliveira
Cecilia Canetti
Marina Zablith
Marina Canetti
Catherine De Oliveira
Izabella Chiappini
Cristina Beer
Luiza Carvalho
Fernanda Lissoni
Gabriela Gozani
Mirela Coutinho
Gabriela Dias
Manuela Canetti

Men[edit]

The following nations qualified for the men's tournament:

North America South America Automatic qualifiers
 Cuba
 United States
 Canada
 Argentina
 Brazil
 Colombia
 Venezuela
 Mexico

Women[edit]

The following nations qualified for the women's tournament:

North America South America Automatic qualifiers
 Cuba
 United States
 Canada
 Puerto Rico
 Argentina
 Brazil
 Venezuela
 Mexico

Schedule[edit]

The competition will be spread out across seven days.[2]

    Preliminary round     Semifinals  M  Event finals
October 23rd
Sun
24th
Mon
25th
Tue
26th
Wed
27th
Thu
28th
Fri
29th
Sat
Gold
medals
Men M 1
Women M 1

References[edit]