Cycling at the 1999 Pan American Games

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg

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  Brian Walton (CAN) 4:48:18
Silver medal america.svg  Gordon Fraser (CAN) + 1:52
Bronze medal america.svg  Pedro Pablo Pérez (CUB)
4.  David Clinger (USA)
5.  Luis Fernando Sepúlveda (CHI)
6.  Jesús Zárate (MEX)
7.  Ruber Marín (COL)
8.  Marcio May (BRA)
9.  Anton Villatoro (GUA)
10.  Hernán Antolínez (COL)
11.  Hussein Monsalve (VEN)
12.  Manuel Guevara (VEN)
13.  Federico Moreira (URU)
14.  Irving Aguilar (MEX)
15.  Elliot Hubbard (BER)
16.  Oscar Villalobo (ARG)
17.  Eric Wohlberg (CAN) + 1.58
18.  Marlon Pérez (COL)
19.  Cassio Freitas (BRA) + 2.11
20.  Czeslav Lukaszewicz (CAN) + 2.13
21.  Rolando Basulto (CUB) + 2.21
22.  Víctor Hugo Peña (COL) + 2.29
23.  Tomás Margalef (URU) + 15.00
24.  Gonzalo Garrido (CHI)
25.  Juan Guillermo Brunetta (ARG) + 21.28
26.  José Zeceña (GUA)
27.  Erick Castaño (ECU)
28.  Alexis Méndez (VEN)
29.  Luis Flores Cabral (PAR)
30.  Rubén Pegorín (ARG)
31.  José Cruz Pérez (DOM)
32.  Miguel Pérez Laparra (GUA)
33.  Herwin Méndez (VEN)
34.  Pablo Viracocha (ECU)
35.  Carlos M. Hernández (MEX)
36.  Juan Fierro (CHI)
37.  Alejandro Mendoza (MEX)
38.  Milton Wynants (URU)
39.  Luciano Pagliarini (BRA)
40.  Wendy Cruz (DOM)
41.  Daniel Valter Rogelim (BRA)
42.  Gregorio Bare (URU)
43.  Iddis Tabares (CUB)
44.  Eliecer Valdés (CUB)
 Rudy Ispache (GUA) DNF
 Enzo Cesario (CHI) DNF
 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  Eric Wohlberg (CAN) 1:07:30.91
Silver medal america.svg  Levi Leipheimer (USA) 1:08:02.25
Bronze medal america.svg  Marcio May (BRA) 1:09:38.90
4.  Dylan Casey (USA) 1:10:45.90
5.  Víctor Hugo Peña (COL) 1:11:23.32
6.  Rubén Pegorín (ARG) 1:12:09.84
7.  Federico Moreira (URU) 1:12:17.77
8.  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  Julio César Herrera (CUB) 1:04.487 [1]
Silver medal america.svg  Erin Hartwell (USA) 1:05.347
Bronze medal america.svg  Doug Baron (CAN) 1:05:508
4.  Marcelo Ammendolia (ARG) 1:05.815
5.  Enzo Cesario (CHI) 1:06.572
6.  Michael Phillips (TRI) 1:07.307
7.  Gregorio Bare (URU) 1:07.743
8.  Shawn Kelly (BAR) 1:08.204
9.  Víctor Ordóñez (GUA) 1:10.718
10.  Antônio Murilo (BRA) 1:10.805

Men's 4000 m Individual Pursuit[edit]

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

Men's Match Sprint[edit]

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

Men's Points Race[edit]

  • Held on July 30
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg  Marlon Pérez (COL) 24
Silver medal america.svg  Luis Martínez (MEX) 16
Bronze medal america.svg  Milton Wynants (URU) 15
4.  Gabriel Curuchet (ARG) 29 (-1)
5.  Brian Walton (CAN) 27 (-1)
6.  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  Gabriel Curuchet (ARG)
 Juan Curuchet (ARG)
14
Silver medal america.svg  Jame Carney (USA)
 Brian Whitcomb (USA)
39 (-4)
Bronze medal america.svg  Richard Rodríguez (CHI)
 Luis Fernando Sepúlveda (CHI)
28 (-4)
4.  Miguel Ubeto (VEN)
 Tomás Gil (VEN)
27 (-4)
5.  Yiovani López (COL)
 Jhon García (COL)
23 (-4)
6.  Luis Martínez (MEX)
 Fernando Avíla † (MEX)
8 (-4)

Men's Keirin[edit]

  • Held on July 31
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg  Marty Nothstein (USA) 11.214
Silver medal america.svg  John González (COL)
Bronze medal america.svg  Mario Joseph (TRI)
4.  Sebastian Alexandre (ARG)
5.  Barry Forde (BAR)

Men's Olympic Sprint[edit]

  • Held on July 31
RANK CYCLIST POINTS
Gold medal america.svg  Marcello Arrue (USA)
 Johnny Barios (USA)
 Marty Nothstein (USA)
47.129
Silver medal america.svg  Joel Gelabert (CUB)
 Yosmani Rodríguez (CUB)
 Julio César Herrera (CUB)
47.899
Bronze medal america.svg  Sebastián Alexandre (ARG)
 Marcelo Ammendolia (ARG)
 Juan Haedo (ARG)
48.179
4.  Douglas Baron (CAN)
 James Fisher (CAN)
 Lars Madsen (CAN)
48.486
5.  Barry Forde (BAR)
 Shawn Kelly (BAR)
 John Cumberbatch (BAR)
48.824
6.  Clinton Grant (TRI)
 Michael Phillips (TRI)
 Mario Joseph (TRI)
48.587
7.  Richard Rodríguez (CHI)
 Enzo Cesario (CHI)
 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  Edward Larsen (USA) 2:19:21
Silver medal america.svg  Carl Swenson (USA) + 1:09
Bronze medal america.svg  Christopher Sheppard (CAN) + 1:29
4.  Andrés Brenes (CRC) + 3:08
5.  Seamus McGrath (CAN) + 3:42
6.  Márcio Ravelli (BRA) + 4:33
7.  Ziranda Madrigal (MEX) + 9:28
8.  Federico Ramírez (CRC) + 11:01
9.  Salvador Barriga (MEX) + 11:43
10.  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  Karen Dunne (USA) 2:11:32
Silver medal america.svg  Yoanka González (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Janildes Fernandes (BRA)
4.  Lyne Bessette (CAN)
5.  María Molina de Ortíz (GUA) + 2:42
6.  Flor Marina Delgadillo (COL) + 3:08
7.  Clara Hughes (CAN) + 3:42
8.  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  Elizabeth Emery (USA) 37:39.84
Silver medal america.svg  Lyne Bessette (CAN) 37:59.76
Bronze medal america.svg  Mary Holden (USA) 38:35.07
4.  Clara Hughes (CAN) 39:22.27
5.  Maureen Kaila Vergara (ESA) 40:06.41
6.  Madelin Jorge Salgado (CUB) 40:29.29
7.  Yulier Rodríguez Jiménez (CUB) 40:54.89
8.  Lorena Colman (ARG) 43:30.93
9.  Janildes Fernandes (BRA) 44:45.13

Women's 500 m Time Trial[edit]

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

Women's Match Sprint[edit]

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

Women's 3000 m Individual Pursuit[edit]

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

Women's 25 km Points Race[edit]

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

Women's Mountain Bike Race[edit]

  • Held on August 2
RANK CYCLIST TIME
Gold medal america.svg  Alison Dunlap (USA) 2:09:44
Silver medal america.svg  Alison Sydor (CAN) + 2:19
Bronze medal america.svg  Jimena Florit (ARG) + 8:42
4.  Flor Delgadillo (COL) + 17:22
5.  Cariza Muñoz (MEX) + 22:10
6.  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]