Taekwondo at the 1995 Pan American Games

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Taekwondo at the XII Pan American Games
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This page shows the results of the Taekwondo Competition at the 1995 Pan American Games, held from July 23 to August 8, 1995 in Mar del Plata, Argentina. There were a total number of eight medal events, four for both men and women.

Men's competition[edit]

Finweight (– 50 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Carlos Ayala (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Luis Pinto (ARG)
Bronze medal america.svg  Sherland Flores (TRI)
 Reynaldo Ross (CUB)

Flyweight (– 54 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Rubén Palafox (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Samuel Pejo (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Manuel Chamorro (ARG)
 Alexei Pedroso (CUB)

Bantamweight (– 58 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Rafael Zúñiga (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Yosvani Pérez (VEN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Pedro Carazo (CRC)
 Fernando Ramírez (ARG)

Featherweight (– 64 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Alejandro Hernando (ARG)
Silver medal america.svg  Clayton Barber (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Agostino dos Santos (CAN)
 Ivens Valladares (CUB)

Lightweight (– 70 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Roberto Abreu (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Quidio Quero (VEN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Sergio Curdena (CHI)
 Sébastian Zapata (ARG)

Welterweight (– 76 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Arturo Utria (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Mario Bonilla (GUA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Regilio Goedhoop (SUR)
 Stephen Goodwin (CAN)

Middleweight (– 83 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Víctor Estrada (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Alfredo Peterson (PAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Milton Eliecer Castro (COL)
 Anibal Cintron (PUR)

Heavyweight (+ 83 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Nelson Saenz (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Lucio Fleitas (BRA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Paris Amani (USA)
 Julio Vázquez (DOM)


Women's competition[edit]

Finweight (– 43 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Liliana Aguirre (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Yanet Puerto (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Yoom Kyung-Chaing (USA)
 Patricia Santana (ARG)

Flyweight (– 47 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Betsy Ortíz (PUR)
Silver medal america.svg  Yunia Cruz (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Miranda Hall (CAN)
 Mariela Valenzuela (ARG)

Bantamweight (– 51 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Eliana Pantoja (VEN)
Silver medal america.svg  Rosanne Forget (CAN)
Bronze medal america.svg  Patricia Mariscal (MEX)
 Cheryl Sankar (TRI)

Featherweight (– 55 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Oly Padron (VEN)
Silver medal america.svg  Alejandra Chancalay (ARG)
Bronze medal america.svg  Niuris Díaz (CUB)
 Veronica Márquez (MEX)

Lightweight (– 60 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Sonallis Mayan (CUB)
Silver medal america.svg  Elizabeth Evans (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg  María Bejarano (COL)
 Paola Viveros (PAR)

Welterweight (– 65 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Vanina Sánchez (ARG)
Silver medal america.svg  Lazara Zayas (CUB)
Bronze medal america.svg  Ohdra Malpica (VEN)
 Diana Martin (USA)

Middleweight (– 70 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Monica del Real (MEX)
Silver medal america.svg  Natalia Aliajao (ARG)
Bronze medal america.svg  Ursula Guimet (PER)
 Marcia King (CAN)

Heavyweight (+ 70 kg)[edit]

RANK NAME
Gold medal america.svg  Adriana Carmona (VEN)
Silver medal america.svg  Robin Humphrey (USA)
Bronze medal america.svg  Dominique Bosshart (CAN)
 Yudelki Popo (CUB)


Medal table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  Mexico (MEX) 6 0 2 8
2  Cuba (CUB) 4 3 5 12
3  Venezuela (VEN) 3 2 1 6
4  Argentina (ARG) 2 3 5 10
5  Puerto Rico (PUR) 1 0 1 2
6  United States (USA) 0 4 3 7
7  Canada (CAN) 0 1 5 6
8  Brazil (BRA) 0 1 0 1
 Guatemala (GUA) 0 1 0 1
 Panama (PAN) 0 1 0 1
11  Colombia (COL) 0 0 2 2
 Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 0 0 2 2
13  Chile (CHI) 0 0 1 1
 Costa Rica (CRC) 0 0 1 1
 Dominican Republic (DOM) 0 0 1 1
 Paraguay (PAR) 0 0 1 1
 Peru (PER) 0 0 1 1
 Suriname (SUR) 0 0 1 1
Total 16 16 32 64


References[edit]