Canoeing at the 2007 Pan American Games

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Canoeing at the XV Pan American Games
Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg

Canoeing at the 2007 Pan American Games took place at the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, the same venue that hosted the Rowing and Water Skiing. Although the initial intention of the Organizing Committee was to have the whole Olympic program at the Pan American Games, the slalom competitions were abandoned due to the few number of probable participating countries.

The competition in Flatwater Racing comprised the twelve Olympic Events. In the 2003 Pan American Games, Cuba lead the medal tally with five gold medals, with the United States in second (three golds, one silver and one bronze) and Argentina and Canada tied in third with two golds, two silvers and three bronzes.

The 1.000m events' heats and semifinals took place on July 26 and the heats and semifinals of the 500m events on July 27. The 1.000m finals (and the Women's K-4 500m final) were held on July 27 and the other 500m finals on July 28.

Medal table[edit]

Key
  Host country is highlighted
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Mexico 5 1 1 7
2 Cuba 3 4 2 9
3 Canada 3 2 2 7
4 Brazil 1 2 3 6
5 Argentina 0 2 1 3
6 Venezuela 0 1 3 4
Total 12 12 12 36

Men's competition[edit]

K-1 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Manuel Cortina (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Angus Mortimer (CAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Edson Isaias (BRA)

K-2 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Jesús Váldez
Manuel Cortina
Silver medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Jorge García
Maikel Zulueta
Bronze medal america.svg  Argentina (ARG)
Pablo de Torres
Juan Pablo Bergero

K-1 1.000m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Angus Mortimer (CAN)
Silver medal america.svg  Sebastian Cuattrin (BRA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Jorge García (CUB)

K-2 1.000m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Jesús Váldez
Manuel Cortina
Silver medal america.svg  Argentina (ARG)
Pablo de Torres
Juan Pablo Bergero
Bronze medal america.svg  Venezuela (VEN)
José Ramos
Gabriel Rodríguez

K-4 1.000m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Brazil (BRA)
Roberto Maheler
Carlos Campos
Sebastian Cuattrin
Edson Isaias
Silver medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Chris Pellini
Angus Mortimer
Mark de Jonge
Jeremy Bordeleau
Bronze medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Eliecer Rodríguez
Maikel Zulueta
Jorge García
Carlos Montalvo

C-1 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  José Cristóbal (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Aldo Pruna (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Nivalter Santos (BRA)

C-2 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Karel Aguilar
Serguey Torres
Silver medal america.svg  Mexico (MEX)
Gilberto Soriano
José Cristóbal
Bronze medal america.svg  Brazil (BRA)
Vilson Nascimento
Wladimir Moreno

C-1 1.000m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  José Cristóbal (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Reydel Ramos (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Benjamin Russell (CAN)

C-2 1.000m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Karel Aguilar
Serguey Torres
Silver medal america.svg  Brazil (BRA)
Vilson Nascimento
Wladimir Moreno
Bronze medal america.svg  Venezuela (VEN)
Eduard Paredes
José Silva

Women's competition[edit]

K-1 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Jillian D'Alessio (CAN)
Silver medal america.svg  Fernanda Lauro (ARG)
Bronze medal america.svg  Anca Ionela Mateescu (MEX)

K-2 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Kia Byers
Marie-Christine Schmidt
Silver medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Yulitza Meneses
Lianet Álvarez
Bronze medal america.svg  Venezuela (VEN)
Ladymar Hernández
Eliana Escalona

K-4 500m[edit]

RANK FINAL
Gold medal america.svg  Cuba (CUB)
Darisleydis Amador
Yulitza Meneses
Lianet Álvarez
Dayexi Gandarela
Silver medal america.svg  Venezuela (VEN)
Eliana Escalona
Vanessa Silva
Ladymar Hernández
Zulmarys Sánchez
Bronze medal america.svg  Canada (CAN)
Jillian D'Alessio
Kia Byers
Camille Tessier-Bussières
Marie-Christine Schmidt

References[edit]