Triathlon at the 2007 Pan American Games

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The triathlon competition at the 2007 Pan American Games was held on July 15, 2007 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the fourth time the event had been held at the Pan American Games. The male and female winners qualified directly for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.

Men's competition[edit]

RANK FINAL TIME DIFFERENCE
Gold medal america.svg  Andy Potts (USA) 1:52:31.51
Silver medal america.svg  Brent McMahon (CAN) 1:52:38.19 +0:06.68
Bronze medal america.svg  Juraci Moreira (BRA) 1:52:54.79 +0:23.28
4  Kyle Jones (CAN) 1:53:05.25 +0:33.74
5  Leonardo Chacón (CRC) 1:53:13.75 +0:42.24
6  Jarrod Shoemaker (USA) 1:53:32.74 +1:01.23
7  Michel González (CUB) 1:53:34.57 +1:03.06
8  Brian Fleischmann (USA) 1:53:37.36 +1:05.85
9  Arturo Garza (MEX) 1:53:43.51 +1:12.00
10  Jorge Arias (COL) 1:53:53.76 +1:22.25
11  Paul Tichelaar (CAN) 1:54:03.16 +1:31.65
12  Javier Cuevas (DOM) 1:54:49.39 +2:17.88
13  Virgílio de Castilho (BRA) 1:55:17.24 +2:45.73
14  José Vivas (VEN) 1:55:31.71 +3:00.20
15  Velmar Bianco (ARG) 1:55:40.29 +3:08.78
16  Yean Jiménez (DOM) 1:55:52.82 +3:21.31
17  Carlos Rodríguez (CUB) 1:56:08.08 +3:36.57
18  Leonardo Saucedo (MEX) 1:56:26.50 +3:54.99
19  Javier Rosas (MEX) 1:56:49.99 +4:18.48
20  Felipe van de Wyngard (CHI) 1:56:53.86 +4:22.35
21  Luciano Farias (ARG) 1:57:03.47 +4:31.96
22  Ramon Alberich (CUB) 1:57:05.07 +4:33.56
23  Carlos Hernández (ESA) 1:57:44.19 +5:12.68
24  Gilberto González (VEN) 1:58:23.05 +5:51.54
25  Edgardo Vélez Rivera (PUR) 2:00:03.05 +7:31.54
26  Camilo González (VEN) 2:00:42.09 +8:10.58
27  Héctor Hernández (DOM) 2:03:43.52 +11:12.01
28  Guillermo Nantes (URU) 2:04:16.84 +11:45.33
29  Antônio Marcos (BRA) 2:06:50.94 +14:19.43
30  Benjamin Munizaga (CHI) 2:07:41.01 +15:09.50
 Ricardo Cardeno (COL) DNF
 Luis Torrico (BOL) DNF
 Lucas Cocha (ARG) DNF
 Roberto Machado (CRC) DNF
 Marc DeCaul (GRN) DNF
 Carlos Friely (GUA) DNF

Women's competition[edit]

RANK FINAL TIME DIFFERENCE
Gold medal america.svg  Julie Ertel (USA) 1:57:23.21
Silver medal america.svg  Sarah Haskins (USA) 1:57:46.23 +0:23.02
Bronze medal america.svg  Lauren Groves (CAN) 1:59:50.38 +2:27.17
4  Kathy Tremblay (CAN) 2:00:25.90 +3:02.69
5  Melody Angel Ramírez (MEX) 2:00:44.24 +3:21.03
5  Mariana Ohata (BRA) 2:00:51.28 +3:28.07
7  Adriana Corona (MEX) 2:01:00.46 +3:37.25
8  Barbara Riveros (CHI) 2:01:42.89 +4:19.68
9  Carla Moreno (BRA) 2:02:03.29 +4:40.08
10  Sara McLarty (USA) 2:02:07.68 +4:44.47
11  Paola Bonilla (ECU) 2:02:16.72 +4:53.51
12  Flora Duffy (BER) 2:03:13.92 +5:50.71
13  Yanitza Pérez (CUB) 2:03:49.24 +6:26.03
14  Alia Cardinale (CRC) 2:03:59.86 +6:36.65
15  Dunia Gómez Tirado (MEX) 2:04:20.30 +6:57.09
16  Pamela Geijo (ARG) 2:04:37.89 +7:14.68
17  Venus Rodríguez (CUB) 2:05:28.44 +8:05.23
18  Fiorella D'Croz (COL) 2:05:53.79 +8:30.58
19  Sandra Soldan (BRA) 2:06:35.99 +9:12.78
20  Rosemary López (VEN) 2:07:47.64 +10:24.43
21  Melissa Ríos la Luz (PUR) 2:09:01.49 +11:38.28
22  Elizabeth Bravo (ECU) 2:11:01.88 +13:38.67
23  Maydelen Justo (CUB) 2:11:21.32 +13:58.11
24  Monica Umana (CRC) 2:12:08.31 +14:45.10
25  Virginia López Argenta (URU) 2:15:18.67 +17:55.46
26  Nidia Kondratavicius (ARG) 2:15:46.76 +18:23.55
 Maria Morales (COL) DNF
 Paulina Abrego (ARG) DNF
 Agnes Eppers (BOL) DNF

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