Triathlon at the 1999 Pan American Games

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This page shows the results of the triathlon competition at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Canada. The men's and the women's race were both held on Saturday July 24, 1999.

Men's competition[edit]

RANK FINAL TIME
Gold medal america.svg Venezuela Gilberto González (VEN) 01:48:17
Silver medal america.svg United States Hunter Kemper (USA) 01:48:49
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Simon Whitfield (CAN) 01:49:17
4 Brazil Armando Barcellos (BRA) 01:49:48
5 United States Tim DeBoom (USA) 01:49:50
6 Canada Mark Bates (CAN) 01:49:55
7 Argentina Daniel Fontana (ARG) 01:50:04
8 Mexico Javier Rosas (MEX) 01:50:12
9 Brazil Leandro Macedo (BRA) 01:50:25
10 United States Tony DeBoom (USA) 01:50:31
11 Mexico Uzziel Valderrabano (MEX) 01:50:33
12 Argentina Oscar Galíndez (ARG) 01:50:49
13 Colombia Ricardo Cardeno (COL) 01:51:52
14 Chile Matias Brain (CHI) 01:52:19
15 Netherlands Antilles Roland Melis (AHO) 01:52:19
16 Argentina Raul Lemir (ARG) 01:53:01
17 Mexico José Luis Zepeda (MEX) 01:53:32
18 Cuba Mario Santana (CUB) 01:53:40
19 Costa Rica José Rodriquez (CRC) 01:53:41
20 Cuba Luis Pérez (CUB) 01:56:01


Women's competition[edit]

RANK FINAL TIME
Gold medal america.svg Canada Sharon Donnelly (CAN) 01:59:14
Silver medal america.svg Brazil Carla Moreno (BRA) 01:59:32
Bronze medal america.svg Canada Carol Montgomery (CAN) 02:00:14
4 United States Jennifer Gutierrez (USA) 02:00:57
5 United States Jill Newman (USA) 02:01:24
6 Brazil Mariana Ohata (BRA) 02:02:26
7 United States Karen Smyers (USA) 02:02:45
8 Brazil Sandra Soldan (BRA) 02:02:58
9 Colombia Maria Morales (COL) 02:04:16
10 Canada Isabelle Turcotte Baird (CAN) 02:05:55
11 Mexico Maria Luisa Martínez (MEX) 02:06:13
12 Argentina Nidia Kondratavicius (ARG) 02:06:58
13 Jamaica Iona Wynter (JAM) 02:07:29
14 Cuba Yadira González (CUB) 02:09:12
15 Argentina Laura Leutich (ARG) 02:10:14
16 Bolivia Agnes Eppers (BOL) 02:11:00
17 Argentina Maria Omar (ARG) 02:13:18
18 Costa Rica Karina Fernández (CRC) 02:14:11
19 Costa Rica Lara Mata (CRC) 02:15:42
20 Cuba Anmary Lopez (CUB) 02:15:42

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