2011 Pan American Judo Championships

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The 2011 Pan American Judo Championships was held in Guadalajara, Mexico at the CODE II Gymnasium from April 1–2, 2011.[1] The event is being held as a test event for the 2011 Pan American Games. Also this event is one of the qualification event for the judo events at the 2011 Pan American Games.

Medal table[edit]

Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 8 3 4 15
2  Brazil 6 5 5 16
3  United States 1 3 5 9
4  Argentina 1 0 4 5
5  Ecuador 1 0 0 1
5  El Salvador 1 0 0 1
7  Mexico 0 3 2 5
8  Canada 0 2 7 9
9  Venezuela 0 1 2 3
10  Haiti 0 1 0 1
11  Colombia 0 0 5 5
12  Puerto Rico 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 35 71

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Super extra-lightweight (55 kg) Fredy López
 El Salvador (SLV)
Youssef Youssef
 Canada (CAN)
Hernan Birbrier
 Argentina (ARG)
Jordi Villegas
 Mexico (MEX)
Extra-lightweight (60 kg) Felipe Kitadai
 Brazil (BRA)
Nabor Castillo
 Mexico (MEX)
Frazer Will
 Canada (CAN)
Antonio Bentancourt
 Cuba (CUB)
Half-lightweight (66 kg) Leandro Cunha
 Brazil (BRA)
Ricardo Valderrama
 Venezuela (VEN)
Angelo Gómez
 Cuba (CUB)
Michal Popiel
 Canada (CAN)
Lightweight (73 kg) Bruno Mendonça
 Brazil (BRA)
Ronald Girones
 Cuba (CUB)
Nick Delpopolo
 United States (USA)
Nicholas Tritton
 Canada (CAN)
Half-middleweight (81 kg) Leandro Guilheiro
 Brazil (BRA)
Travis Stevens
 United States (USA)
Emmanuel Lucenti
 Argentina (ARG)
Antoine Valois-Fortier
 Canada (CAN)
Middleweight (90 kg) Asley González
 Cuba (CUB)
Alexandre Emond
 Canada (CAN)
Rodrigo Luna
 Brazil (BRA)
José Camacho
 Venezuela (VEN)
Half-heavyweight (100 kg) Oreidis Despaigne
 Cuba (CUB)
Leonardo Leite
 Brazil (BRA)
Cristian Schmidt
 Argentina (ARG)
Kyle Vashkulat
 United States (USA)
Heavyweight (+100 kg) Oscar Braison
 Cuba (CUB)
Rafael Silva
 Brazil (BRA)
Orlando Baccino
 Argentina (ARG)
Luis Ignacio Salazar
 Colombia (COL)
Men's Team  Brazil (BRA)  United States (USA)  Cuba (CUB)
 Colombia (COL)

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Super extra-lightweight* (44 kg) Diana Cobos
 Ecuador (ECU)
Silvia González
 Mexico (MEX)
Alexa Liddie
 United States (USA)
Extra-lightweight (48 kg) Paula Pareto
 Argentina (ARG)
Dayaris Mestre Alvarez
 Cuba (CUB)
Taciana Lima
 Brazil (BRA)
Edna Carrillo
 Mexico (MEX)
Half-lightweight (52 kg) Yanet Bermoy
 Cuba (CUB)
Linouse Desravine
 Haiti (HAI)
Angelica Delgado
 United States (USA)
Érika Miranda
 Brazil (BRA)
Lightweight (57 kg) Yurisleidy Lupetey
 Cuba (CUB)
Marti Malloy
 United States (USA)
Joliane Melançon
 Canada (CAN)
Rafaela Silva
 Brazil (BRA)
Half-middleweight (63 kg) Yaritza Abel
 Cuba (CUB)
Mariana Silva
 Brazil (BRA)
Christal Ransom
 United States (USA)
Myriam Lamarche
 Canada (CAN)
Middleweight (70 kg) Onix Cortés
 Cuba (CUB)
Maria Portela
 Brazil (BRA)
Kelita Zupancic
 Canada (CAN)
Yuri Alvear
 Colombia (COL)
Half-heavyweight (78 kg) Kayla Harrison
 United States (USA)
Mayra Aguiar
 Brazil (BRA)
Anny Cortez
 Colombia (COL)
Yalennis Castillo
 Cuba (CUB)
Heavyweight (+78 kg) Idalys Ortiz
 Cuba (CUB)
Vanessa Zambotti
 Mexico (MEX)
Melissa Mojica
 Puerto Rico (PUR)
Maria Suellen Altheman
 Brazil (BRA)
Women's Team  Brazil (BRA)  Cuba (CUB)  Venezuela (VEN)
 Colombia (COL)

*Only 4 athletes competed, so only one bronze medal was awarded.

Participating nations[edit]

189 athletes representing 20 countries competed.[2]

See also[edit]

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