Rowing at the 2007 Pan American Games

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Rowing at the 2007 Pan American Games took place at the Lagoa Rodrigo de Fritos, the same venue that hosted the Canoe and Kayak and Water Skiing events. Although the initial intention of the Organizing Committee was to have the whole Olympic Program at the Pan American Games, the Women's Eight was not held due to lack of participants.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Brazilian men's eights team winning silver
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Single sculls
details
 Argentina (ARG)
Santiago Fernández
 Cuba (CUB)
Yoennis Hernández
 Brazil (BRA)
Marcelus Silva
Double sculls
details
 Cuba (CUB)
Yoennis Hernández
Janier Concepción
 Argentina (ARG)
Rodrigo Murillo
Ariel Suárez
 United States (USA)
Deaglan McEachern
Francis Cuddy
Coxless pairs
details
 Canada (CAN)
Dan Casaca
Christopher Jarvis
 United States (USA)
Dan Beery
Patrick O'Dunne
 Brazil (BRA)
Anderson Nocetti
Allan Bitencourt
Quadruple sculls
details
 Cuba (CUB)
Yuleydis Cascaret
Janier Concepción
Ángel Fournier
Yoennis Hernández
 Argentina (ARG)
Víctor Claus
Ariel Suárez
Santiago Fernández
Cristian Rosso
 United States (USA)
Warren Anderson
Jamie Schroeder
Deaglan McEachern
Francis Cuddy
Coxless fours
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 Argentina (ARG)
Horacio Sicilia
Maximiliano Martínez
Joaquín Iwan
Diego López
 United States (USA)
Gabe Winkler
Sebastian Bea
Tyler Winklevoss
Cameron Winklevoss
 Canada (CAN)
Todd Keesey
Vincent Goodfellow
David Lamb
Brent Heron
Eights
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 United States (USA)
Troy Kepper
Chris Callaghan
Gabe Winkler
Dan Beery
Cameron Winklevoss
Sebastian Bea
Patrick O'Dunne
Tyler Winklevoss
Ned Delguercio (C)
 Brazil (BRA)
Renan Castro
Alexandre Ribas
Leandro Tozzo
Gibran Cunha
José Roberto Nascimento
Marcelus Silva
Anderson Nocetti
Allan Bitencourt
Nilton Alonço (C)
 Argentina (ARG)
Alan San Martín
Marcelo Walter Bronca
Maximiliano Martínez
Joaquín Iwan
Horacio Sicilia
Diego Martín López
Damian Ordas
Mariano Palermo
Joel Infante (C)
Lightweight double sculls
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 Cuba (CUB)
Eyder Batista
Yunior Pérez
 United States (USA)
Rich Montgomery
Andrew Liverman
 Chile (CHI)
Felipe Leal
Miguel Cerda
Lightweight coxless fours
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 Canada (CAN)
Adam Reynolds
Andrew Borden
John Haver
Paul Amesbury
 United States (USA)
Andrew Bolton
Bjorn Larsen
Matthew Smith
Simon Carcagno
 Cuba (CUB)
Eyder Batista
Dixan Massip
Iran González
Yunior Pérez

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Single sculls
details
 Cuba (CUB)
Mayra González
 Argentina (ARG)
María Gabriela Best
 El Salvador (ESA)
Camila Vargas
Double sculls
details
 United States (USA)
Sarah Trowbridge
Margaret Matia
 Canada (CAN)
Peggy Hyslop
Cristin McCarty
 Cuba (CUB)
Yursleydis Venet
Mayra González
Coxless pairs
details
 Chile (CHI)
Soraya Jadue
María José Orellana
 Canada (CAN)
Zoe Hoskins
Nathalie Maurer
 United States (USA)
Ruth Stiver
Jennifer Reck
Quadruple sculls
details
 Canada (CAN)
Nathalie Maurer
Zoe Hoskins
Peggy Hyslop
Cristin McCarty
 United States (USA)
Julie Nichols
Reilly Dampeer
Sarah Trowbridge
Margaret Matia
 Argentina (ARG)
Carolina Schiffmacher
María Laura Abalo
María Gabriela Best
Lucia Palermo
Lightweight double sculls
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 Cuba (CUB)
Yaima Velázquez
Ismaray Marerro
 Mexico (MEX)
Analicia Ramírez
Lila Pérez
 Canada (CAN)
Amber Cuthberton
Camille Brillon

Medals table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1.  Cuba (CUB) 5 1 2 8
2.  Canada (CAN) 3 2 2 7
3.  United States (USA) 2 5 3 10
4.  Argentina (ARG) 2 3 1 7
5.  Chile (CHI) 1 0 1 2
6.  Brazil (BRA) 0 1 2 3
7.  Mexico (MEX) 0 1 0 1
8.  El Salvador (ESA) 0 0 1 1
Total 13 13 13 39

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