Canoeing at the 2003 Pan American Games

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This page shows the results of the Canoeing Competition for men and women at the 2003 Pan American Games, held from August 1 to August 17, 2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Men's competition[edit]

K1 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Javier Correa (ARG)
Silver medal america.svg  Sebastian Cuattrin (BRA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Mark de Jonge (CAN)

K2 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Brazil (BRA)
Carlos Campos
Fábio Demarchi
Silver medal america.svg  Argentina (ARG)
Miguel Correa
Fernando Redondo
Bronze medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Manuel Cortina Martínez
Ricardo Reza

K1 1,000 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Javier Correa (ARG)
Silver medal america.svg  Sebastian Cuattrin (BRA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Rami Zur (USA)

K2 1,000 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Lancy Martínez
Yoel Mendoza
Silver medal america.svg  United States (USA)
Benjie Lewis
Brandon Woods
Bronze medal america.svg  Brazil (BRA)
Roger Caumo
Fábio Demarchi

K4 1,000 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Oslay Calzadilla
Andi Sicilia
Lancy Martínez
Yoel Mendoza
Silver medal america.svg  Brazil (BRA)
Sebastian Szubski
Carlos Campos
André Caye
Sebastian Cuattrin
Bronze medal america.svg  Argentina (ARG)
Damian Dossena
Rodrigo Caffa
Fernando Redondo
Miguel Correa

C1 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Karel Aguilar (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Scott Dickey (CAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Francisco Caputitla (MEX)

C2 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Ledis Balceiro
Ibrahim Rojas
Silver medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Cristian Dehesa
José Romero
Bronze medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Ian Mortimer
Tom Hall

C1 1,000 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Tom Hall (CAN)
Silver medal america.svg  José Romero (MEX)
Bronze medal america.svg  Darwin Correa (URU)

C2 1,000 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Ledis Balceiro
Ibrahim Rojas
Silver medal america.svg  Chile (CHI)
Fabian López
Jonathan Tafra
Bronze medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Cristian Dehesa
José Romero

Women's competition[edit]

K1 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Ruth Nortje (USA)
Silver medal america.svg  Fernanda Lauro (ARG)
Bronze medal america.svg  Jillian D'Alessio (CAN)

K2 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  United States (USA)
Ruth Nortje
Kathryn Colin
Silver medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Emilie Fournel
Victoria Tuttle
Bronze medal america.svg  Argentina (ARG)
Sabrina Ameghino
María Romano

K4 500 m[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Jennifer Adamson
Jillian D'Alessio
Emilie Fournel
Victoria Tuttle
Silver medal america.svg  United States (USA)
Kathryn Colin
Sonrisa Reed
Ruth Nortje
Kari-Jean McKenzie
Bronze medal america.svg  Argentina (ARG)
Mari Ducrett
Vanesia Pittao
Sabrina Ameghino
María Romano

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  Cuba (CUB) 5 0 0 5
2  Argentina (ARG) 2 2 3 7
 Canada (CAN) 2 2 3 7
4  United States (USA) 2 2 1 5
5  Brazil (BRA) 1 3 1 5
6  Mexico (MEX) 0 2 3 5
7  Chile (CHI) 0 1 0 1
8  Uruguay (URU) 0 0 1 1
Total 12 12 12 36

See also[edit]

References[edit]