United States at the Pan American Games

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United States at the
Pan American Games
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IOC code USA
NOC United States Olympic Committee
Website www.teamusa.org
Medals
Ranked 1st
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1,944 1,454 1,022 4,420
Pan American Games appearances (overview)

The United States (USA) has sent athletes to every celebration of the Pan American Games. The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) is the National Olympic Committee for the United States.

American athletes have won a total of 3936 medals at the Pan American Games and another 11 at the Pan American Winter Games.

The United States has won more gold, silver, bronze, and overall medals than any other country in the Pan American Games, and more gold, bronze, and overall medals in the Pan American Winter Games.

Hosted Games[edit]

The United States has hosted the Pan American Games on two occasions:

Games Host city Dates
1959 Pan American Games Chicago, Illinois August 27 – September 7
1987 Pan American Games Indianapolis, Indiana August 8 – August 23

Medal tables[edit]

Medals by Summer Games[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
1951 Buenos Aires 46 33 19 98
1955 Mexico City 81 58 38 177
1959 Chicago (host nation) 115 69 52 236
1963 São Paulo 106 56 37 199
1967 Winnipeg 128 69 47 244
1971 Cali 105 73 40 218
1975 Mexico City 117 82 48 247
1979 San Juan 126 95 45 266
1983 Caracas 137 92 56 285
1987 Indianapolis (host nation) 168 118 83 369
1991 Havana 130 125 97 352
1995 Mar del Plata 170 145 110 425
1999 Winnipeg 106 110 80 296
2003 Santo Domingo 117 80 73 270
2007 Rio de Janeiro 97 88 52 237
2011 Guadalajara 92 79 65 236
2015 Toronto 103 82 80 265
Total 1,944 1,454 1,022 4,420

Medals by Winter Games[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
1990 Las Leñas 4 2 5 11
Total 4 2 5 11

Medals by summer sport[edit]

As of the conclusion of the 2015 Pan American Games

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Archery 53 37 8 98
Athletics 292 243 170 705
Badminton 10 6 15 31
Baseball 2 11 3 16
Basketball 15 8 5 28
Basque pelota 0 2 1 3
Beach volleyball 0 2 0 2
Bowling 21 9 7 37
Boxing 33 32 41 106
Canoeing 25 16 11 52
Cycling 50 34 22 106
Diving 39 38 34 111
Equestrian 48 30 15 93
Fencing 70 55 40 165
Field hockey 2 5 5 12
Football 2 1 2 5
Golf 0 2 0 2
Gymnastics 141 129 105 375
Handball 3 0 2 5
Judo 32 30 49 111
Karate 9 5 12 26
Modern pentathlon 11 7 6 26
Racquetball 15 12 6 33
Roller sports 32 25 16 73
Rowing 55 57 29 141
Rugby sevens 0 1 2 3
Sailing 20 16 13 49
Sambo 8 8 0 16
Shooting 148 97 47 292
Softball 8 9 0 17
Squash 6 8 8 22
Swimming 334 240 132 706
Synchronized swimming 27 8 3 38
Table tennis 22 14 15 51
Taekwondo 16 11 19 46
Tennis 26 13 22 61
Triathlon 5 5 2 12
Volleyball 6 9 5 20
Water polo 16 5 1 22
Water skiing 24 17 12 53
Weightlifting 48 28 23 99
Wrestling 96 49 38 183
Total 1,944 1,454 1,022 4,420

Medals by winter sport[edit]

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Alpine skiing 4 2 5 11
Total 4 2 5 11

See also[edit]

References[edit]