Cycling at the 1999 Pan American Games

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The cycling competition at the 1999 Pan American Games was held in Winnipeg, Canada.

Men's competition[edit]

Men's Individual Road Race[edit]

  • Held on August 4 over 203.3 kilometres
RANK FINAL TIME
Gold medal america.svg Canada Brian Walton (CAN) 4:48:18
Silver medal america.svg Canada Gordon Fraser (CAN) + 1:52
Bronze medal america.svg Cuba Pedro Pablo Pérez (CUB)
4. United States David Clinger (USA)
5. Chile Luis Fernando Sepúlveda (CHI)
6. Mexico Jesús Zárate (MEX)
7. Colombia Ruber Marín (COL)
8. Brazil Marcio May (BRA)
9. Guatemala Anton Villatoro (GUA)
10. Colombia Hernán Antolínez (COL)
11. Venezuela Hussein Monsalve (VEN)
12. Venezuela Manuel Guevara (VEN)
13. Uruguay Federico Moreira (URU)
14. Mexico Irving Aguilar (MEX)
15. Bermuda Elliot Hubbard (BER)
16. Argentina Oscar Villalobo (ARG)
17. Canada Eric Wohlberg (CAN) + 1.58
18. Colombia Marlon Pérez (COL)
19. Brazil Cassio Freitas (BRA) + 2.11
20. Canada Czeslav Lukaszewicz (CAN) + 2.13
21. Cuba Rolando Basulto (CUB) + 2.21
22. Colombia Víctor Hugo Peña (COL) + 2.29
23. Uruguay Tomás Margalef (URU) + 15.00
24. Chile Gonzalo Garrido (CHI)
25. Argentina Juan Guillermo Brunetta (ARG) + 21.28
26. Guatemala José Zeceña (GUA)
27. Ecuador Erick Castaño (ECU)
28. Venezuela Alexis Méndez (VEN)
29. Paraguay Luis Flores Cabral (PAR)
30. Argentina Rubén Pegorín (ARG)
31. Dominican Republic José Cruz Pérez (DOM)
32. Guatemala Miguel Pérez Laparra (GUA)
33. Venezuela Herwin Méndez (VEN)
34. Ecuador Pablo Viracocha (ECU)
35. Mexico Carlos M. Hernández (MEX)
36. Chile Juan Fierro (CHI)
37. Mexico Alejandro Mendoza (MEX)
38. Uruguay Milton Wynants (URU)
39. Brazil Luciano Pagliarini (BRA)
40. Dominican Republic Wendy Cruz (DOM)
41. Brazil Daniel Valter Rogelim (BRA)
42. Uruguay Gregorio Bare (URU)
43. Cuba Iddis Tabares (CUB)
44. Cuba Eliecer Valdés (CUB)
Guatemala Rudy Ispache (GUA) DNF
Chile Enzo Cesario (CHI) DNF
Honduras Carlos Faraj (HON) DNF

Men's Road Time Trial[edit]

  • Held on July 25 over 55.2 kilometres
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg Canada Eric Wohlberg (CAN) 1:07:30.91
Silver medal america.svg United States Levi Leipheimer (USA) 1:08:02.25
Bronze medal america.svg Brazil Marcio May (BRA) 1:09:38.90
4. United States Dylan Casey (USA) 1:10:45.90
5. Colombia Víctor Hugo Peña (COL) 1:11:23.32
6. Argentina Rubén Pegorín (ARG) 1:12:09.84
7. Uruguay Federico Moreira (URU) 1:12:17.77
8. Guatemala Anton Villatoro (GUA) 1:12:28.08

Men's 1000 m Track Time Trial[edit]

  • Held on July 28
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg Cuba Julio César Herrera (CUB) 1:04.487 [1]
Silver medal america.svg United States Erin Hartwell (USA) 1:05.347
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Doug Baron (CAN) 1:05:508
4. Argentina Marcelo Ammendolia (ARG) 1:05.815
5. Chile Enzo Cesario (CHI) 1:06.572
6. Trinidad and Tobago Michael Phillips (TRI) 1:07.307
7. Uruguay Gregorio Bare (URU) 1:07.743
8. Barbados Shawn Kelly (BRB) 1:08.204
9. Guatemala Víctor Ordóñez (GUA) 1:10.718
10. Brazil Antônio Murilo (BRA) 1:10.805

Men's 4000 m Individual Pursuit[edit]

  • Held on July 29
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg United States Dylan Casey (USA) 4.29.513 [2]
Silver medal america.svg Argentina Walter Pérez (ARG) 4.31.642
Bronze medal america.svg Colombia Marlon Pérez (COL) 4.34.823
4. Canada Brian Walton (CAN) 4.37.271

Men's Match Sprint[edit]

  • Held on July 30
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg United States Marty Nothstein (USA) 2-0
Silver medal america.svg United States Marcello Arrue (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg Cuba Julio César Herrera (CUB) 2-0
4. Venezuela Alexander Cornieles (VEN)
5. Barbados Barry Forde (BRB)
6. Argentina Sebastian Alexandre (ARG)

Men's Points Race[edit]

  • Held on July 30
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg Colombia Marlon Pérez (COL) 24
Silver medal america.svg Mexico Luis Martínez (MEX) 16
Bronze medal america.svg Uruguay Milton Wynants (URU) 15
4. Argentina Gabriel Curuchet (ARG) 29 (-1)
5. Canada Brian Walton (CAN) 27 (-1)
6. United States James Carney (USA) 21 (-1)

Men's 4000 m Team Pursuit[edit]

  • Held on July 30
RANK TEAM TIME
Gold medal america.svg  USA [3] 4.20.24
Silver medal america.svg  CUB 4.27.65
Bronze medal america.svg  ARG 4.19.66
4.  CHI 4.23.48

Men's Madison[edit]

  • Held on July 31
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg Argentina Gabriel Curuchet (ARG)
Argentina Juan Curuchet (ARG)
14
Silver medal america.svg United States Jame Carney (USA)
United States Brian Whitcomb (USA)
39 (-4)
Bronze medal america.svg Chile Richard Rodríguez (CHI)
Chile Luis Fernando Sepúlveda (CHI)
28 (-4)
4. Venezuela Miguel Ubeto (VEN)
Venezuela Tomás Gil (VEN)
27 (-4)
5. Colombia Yiovani López (COL)
Colombia Jhon García (COL)
23 (-4)
6. Mexico Luis Martínez (MEX)
Mexico Fernando Avíla † (MEX)
8 (-4)

Men's Keirin[edit]

  • Held on July 31
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg United States Marty Nothstein (USA) 11.214
Silver medal america.svg Colombia John González (COL)
Bronze medal america.svg Trinidad and Tobago Mario Joseph (TRI)
4. Argentina Sebastian Alexandre (ARG)
5. Barbados Barry Forde (BRB)

Men's Olympic Sprint[edit]

  • Held on July 31
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg United States Marcello Arrue (USA)
United States Johnny Barios (USA)
United States Marty Nothstein (USA)
47.129
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Joel Gelabert (CUB)
Cuba Yosmani Rodríguez (CUB)
Cuba Julio César Herrera (CUB)
47.899
Bronze medal america.svg Argentina Sebastián Alexandre (ARG)
Argentina Marcelo Ammendolia (ARG)
Argentina Juan Haedo (ARG)
48.179
4. Canada Douglas Baron (CAN)
Canada James Fisher (CAN)
Canada Lars Madsen (CAN)
48.486
5. Barbados Barry Forde (BRB)
Barbados Shawn Kelly (BRB)
Barbados John Cumberbatch (BRB)
48.824
6. Trinidad and Tobago Clinton Grant (TRI)
Trinidad and Tobago Michael Phillips (TRI)
Trinidad and Tobago Mario Joseph (TRI)
48.587
7. Chile Richard Rodríguez (CHI)
Chile Enzo Cesario (CHI)
Chile Francisco Cabrera (CHI)
50.139

Men's Mountain Bike Race[edit]

  • Held on August 2 (Started 19, Finished 14)
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg United States Edward Larsen (USA) 2:19:21
Silver medal america.svg United States Carl Swenson (USA) + 1:09
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Christopher Sheppard (CAN) + 1:29
4. Costa Rica Andrés Brenes (CRC) + 3:08
5. Canada Seamus McGrath (CAN) + 3:42
6. Brazil Márcio Ravelli (BRA) + 4:33
7. Mexico Ziranda Madrigal (MEX) + 9:28
8. Costa Rica Federico Ramírez (CRC) + 11:01
9. Mexico Salvador Barriga (MEX) + 11:43
10. Colombia Jaime Mora (COL) + 13:57

Women's competition[edit]

Women's Individual Road Race[edit]

  • Held on August 4 over 81.3 kilometres
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg United States Karen Dunne (USA) 2:11:32
Silver medal america.svg Cuba Yoanka González (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg Brazil Janildes Fernandes (BRA)
4. Canada Lyne Bessette (CAN)
5. Guatemala María Molina de Ortíz (GUA) + 2:42
6. Colombia Flor Marina Delgadillo (COL) + 3:08
7. Canada Clara Hughes (CAN) + 3:42
8. Colombia María Luisa Calle (COL) + 2:42

Women's Road Time Trial[edit]

  • Held on July 25 over 27.5 kilometres
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg United States Elizabeth Emery (USA) 37:39.84
Silver medal america.svg Canada Lyne Bessette (CAN) 37:59.76
Bronze medal america.svg United States Mary Holden (USA) 38:35.07
4. Canada Clara Hughes (CAN) 39:22.27
5. El Salvador Maureen Kaila Vergara (ESA) 40:06.41
6. Cuba Madelin Jorge Salgado (CUB) 40:29.29
7. Cuba Yulier Rodríguez Jiménez (CUB) 40:54.89
8. Argentina Lorena Colman (ARG) 43:30.93
9. Brazil Janildes Fernandes (BRA) 44:45.13

Women's 500 m Time Trial[edit]

  • Held on July 28
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg Canada Tanya Dubnicoff (CAN) 35.394
Silver medal america.svg Mexico Nancy Contreras (MEX) 35.962
Bronze medal america.svg Cuba Yumari González (CUB) 36.255
4. Venezuela Daniela Larreal (VEN) 36.589
5. United States Jennie Reed (USA) 37.109
6. Argentina Daniela Donadio (ARG) 37.841

Women's Match Sprint[edit]

  • Held on July 30
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg Canada Tanya Dubnicoff (CAN)
Silver medal america.svg United States Jennie Reed (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg Cuba Yumari González (CUB)
4. Mexico Nancy Contreras (MEX)
5. Venezuela Karelia Machado (VEN)

Women's 3000 m Individual Pursuit[edit]

  • Held on July 30
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg United States Erin Veenstra (USA)
Silver medal america.svg Colombia María Luisa Calle (COL)
Bronze medal america.svg Cuba Yoanka González (CUB)
4. Canada Lyne Bessette (CAN)

Women's 25 km Points Race[edit]

  • Held on July 31
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg United States Erin Veenstra (USA) 42
Silver medal america.svg Mexico Belem Guerrero (MEX) 23
Bronze medal america.svg Colombia María Luisa Calle (COL) 22
4. Cuba Dania Pérez Serrano (CUB) 20
5. El Salvador Maureen Kaila Vergara (ESA) 0
6. Canada Mandy Poitras (CAN) 5 (-1)
7. Argentina Verónica Martínez (ARG) 5 (-1)
8. Venezuela Daniela Larreal (VEN) DNF

Women's Mountain Bike Race[edit]

  • Held on August 2
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg United States Alison Dunlap (USA) 2:09:44
Silver medal america.svg Canada Alison Sydor (CAN) + 2:19
Bronze medal america.svg Argentina Jimena Florit (ARG) + 8:42
4. Colombia Flor Delgadillo (COL) + 17:22
5. Mexico Cariza Muñoz (MEX) + 22:10
6. Brazil Adriana Nascimento (BRA) + 28:11

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  United States (USA) 11 6 1 18
2  Canada (CAN) 4 3 2 9
3  Cuba (CUB) 1 3 5 9
4  Colombia (COL) 1 2 2 5
5  Argentina (ARG) 1 1 3 5
6  Mexico (MEX) 0 3 0 3
7  Brazil (BRA) 0 0 2 2
8  Chile (CHI) 0 0 1 1
 Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 0 0 1 1
 Uruguay (URU) 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ New Pan Am record; the previous record set in 1975
  2. ^ New Pan Am record, previous record 4.32.118 set by Casey in the quarterfinal on July 28
  3. ^ Derek Bouchard-Hall, Mariano Friedrick, Adam Laurent, and Tommy Mulkey

References[edit]