Judo at the 2003 Pan American Games

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The Judo Competition at the 2003 Pan American Games was held from August 1 to August 17, 2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. There were seven weight divisions, for both men and women. Cuba dominated the women's competition.

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  Cuba (CUB) 8 3 3 14
2  Brazil (BRA) 5 1 4 10
3  United States (USA) 1 2 4 7
4  Canada (CAN) 0 3 4 7
4  Venezuela (VEN) 0 3 4 7
6  Haiti (HAI) 0 1 1 2
6  Dominican Republic (DOM) 0 1 1 2
8  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 3 3
9  Colombia (COL) 0 0 2 2
9  Ecuador (ECU) 0 0 2 2
Total 14 14 28 56

Men's competition[edit]

Extra-Lightweight (– 60 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Angelo Gómez (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Modesto Lara (DOM)
Bronze medal america.svg  Miguel Albarracin (ARG)
 Reiver Alvarenga (VEN)


Half-Lightweight (– 66 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Yordanis Arencibia (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Ludwig Ortíz (VEN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Henrique Guimarães (BRA)
 Alex Ottiano (USA)


Lightweight (– 73 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Luiz Camilo Jr (BRA)
Silver medal america.svg  Rubert Martínez (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Ernst Laraque (HAI)
 Jean-François Marceau (CAN)

Half-Middleweight (– 81 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Flávio Canto (BRA)
Silver medal america.svg  Gabriel Arteaga (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Ariel Sganga (ARG)
 Mario Valles (COL)


Middleweight (– 90 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Brian Olson (USA)
Silver medal america.svg  Keith Morgan (CAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Yosvany Despaigne (CUB)
 Carlos Honorato (BRA)


Half-Heavyweight (– 100 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Mário Sabino (BRA)
Silver medal america.svg  Nicolas Gill (CAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Michael Barnes (USA)
 Oreidis Despaigne (CUB)


Heavyweight (+ 100 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Daniel Hernandes (BRA)
Silver medal america.svg  Joel Brutus (HAI)
Bronze medal america.svg  Martin Boonzaayer (USA)
 Rigoberto Trujillo (CUB)



Women's competition[edit]

Extra-Lightweight (– 48 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Danieska Carrion (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Carolyne Lepage (CAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Lisseth Orozco (COL)
 Analy Rodríguez (VEN)


Half-Lightweight (– 52 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Amarilis Savón (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Charlee Minkin (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Fabiane Hukuda (BRA)
 Flor Velázquez (VEN)


Lightweight (– 57 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Yurisleidy Lupetey (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Rudymar Fleming (VEN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Tânia Ferreira (BRA)
 Ellen Wilson (USA)

Half-Middleweight (– 63 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Driulys González (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Vania Ishii (BRA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Daniela Krukower (ARG)
 Isabelle Pearson (CAN)


Middleweight (– 70 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Regla Leyén (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Christina Yannetsos (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Diana Chalá (ECU)
 Dulce Pina (DOM)

Half-Heavyweight (– 78 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Edinanci Silva (BRA)
Silver medal america.svg  Yurisel Laborde (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Amy Cotton (CAN)
 Keivi Pinto (VEN)


Heavyweight (+ 78 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Daima Beltrán (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Giovanna Blanco (VEN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Olia Berger (CAN)
 Carmen Chalá (ECU)

References[edit]