Cycling at the 2011 Pan American Games – Men's team sprint

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Cycling – Men's team sprint at the XVI Pan American Games
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Venue Pan American Velodrome
Dates October 17
Competitors 18 from 6 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Venezuela
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    Colombia
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Cycling at the
2011 Pan American Games
Road cycling
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Road race   men   women
Time trial men women
Track cycling
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Team pursuit men women
Sprint men women
Team sprint men women
Keirin men women
Omnium men women
Mountain biking
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Cross-country men women
BMX
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BMX men women

The men's team sprint competition of the cycling events at the 2011 Pan American Games will be held on October 17 at the Pan American Velodrome in Guadalajara.[1] The defending Pan American Games champion is Ahmed López, Julio César Herrera and Yosmani Poll of Cuba.

Schedule[edit]

All times are Central Standard Time (UTC-6).

Date Time Round
October 17, 2011 10:40 Qualifying
October 17, 2011 16:30 Final

Results[edit]

6 teams of three competitors each competed. The top two teams will race for gold, while third and fourth race for the bronze medals.[2]

Qualification[edit]

Rank Name Nation Time Notes
1 Hersony Canelón
César Marcano
Ángel Pulgar
Venezuela 43.999 Q PR
2 Michael Blatchford
Dean Tracy
James Watkins
United States 44.227 Q
3 Jonathan Marín
Fabián Puerta
Christian Tamayo
Colombia 45.112 q
4 Leandro Bottasso
Jonathan Gatto
Facundo Lezica
Argentina 47.058 q
5 Carlos Carrasco
Ruben Horta
César Vaquera
Mexico 47.456
6 Jean‐Michel Lachance
Rémi Pelletier-Roy
Jacob Schwingboth
Canada 48.460

Finals[edit]

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Rank Name Nation Time
Gold Medal Race
1st, gold medalist(s) Hersony Canelón
César Marcano
Ángel Pulgar
Venezuela 43.188 PR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Michael Blatchford
Dean Tracy
James Watkins
United States 44.036
Bronze Medal Race
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jonathan Marín
Fabián Puerta
Christian Tamayo
Colombia 45.080
4 Leandro Bottasso
Jonathan Gatto
Facundo Lezica
Argentina 46.725

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