Weightlifting at the 1999 Pan American Games

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This page shows the results of the Weightlifting Competition at the 1999 Pan American Games, held from July 23 to August 8, 1999 in Winnipeg, Canada. There were a total number of fifteen medal events, eight for men and seven for women.

Men's competition[edit]

Flyweight (– 56 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Cuba Sergio Álvarez Boulet (CUB) 55.96 115.0 150.0 265.0
2nd Colombia Nelson Castro Velásquez (COL) 55.73 112.5 142.5 255.0
3rd Colombia Juan Fernández (COL) 55.94 110.0 142.5 252.5
4 Guatemala Luis Medrano (GUA) 55.71 115.0 135.0 250.0
5 Ecuador Franklin Liquinchana (ECU) 55.92 105.0 142.5 247.5
6 Chile Alexis Nahuelquen (CHI) 55.77 110.0 135.0 245.0
7 El Salvador Wilfredo García (ESA) 55.58 100.0 120.0 220.0
8 Mexico Manuel Romo (MEX) 54.25 90.0 120.0 210.0

Featherweight (– 62 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Cuba William Vargas (CUB) 58.19 130.0 155.0 285.0
2nd Colombia Roger Berrio (COL) 61.94 127.5 150.0 277.5
3rd Guatemala Marvin Jiménez (GUA) 60.94 117.5 152.5 270.0
4 United States Legrand Sakamaki (USA) 61.84 115.0 147.5 262.5
5 Venezuela Amilcar Pernía (VEN) 61.55 115.0 145.0 260.0
6 Ecuador Marco Culcay (ECU) 61.43 110.0

Lightweight (– 69 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Cuba Rolando Delgado (CUB) 68.43 142.5 175.0 317.5
2nd Colombia Jonny González (COL) 68.27 137.5 177.5 315.0
3rd Colombia Heriberto Barbosa (COL) 68.63 140.0 175.0 315.0
4 Panama Alexis Batista (PAN) 67.80 137.5 175.0 312.5
5 Canada Sébastien Groulx (CAN) 68.00 130.0 162.5 292.5
6 Venezuela Henry Blanco (VEN) 68.63 125.0 165.0 290.0
8 Ecuador René Vallejo (ECU) 68.18 127.5 152.5 280.0
9 Brazil Adeilson Santos (BRA) 68.81 110.0 132.5 242.5

Middleweight (– 77 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Cuba Idalberto Aranda (CUB) 76.55 150.0 205.5 WR 355.0
2nd Ecuador Walter Llerena (ECU) 76.78 150.0 182.5 332.5
3rd United States Oscar Chaplin III (USA) 76.95 150.0 182.5 332.5
4 Puerto Rico Carlos Sauri (PUR) 76.91 140.0 165.0 305.0
5 Argentina Marcelo Gandolfo (ARG) 76.25 130.0 170.0 300.0
6 Canada Guy Hamilton (CAN) 76.86 132.5 167.5 300.0
7 Uruguay Edward Silva (URU) 76.22 122.5 145.0 267.5
8 Chile Luis Urriche (CHI) 76.18 127.5 152.5

Light-heavyweight (– 85 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Colombia Álvaro Velasco (COL) 83.92 162.5 190.0 352.5
2nd Ecuador José Llerena (ECU) 83.07 147.5 192.5 340.0
3rd United States Tim McRae (USA) 83.23 155.0 185.0 340.0
4 United States Corey Barrett (USA) 84.72 145.0 182.5 327.5
5 Guatemala Henrry Coy (GUA) 83.29 132.5 170.0 302.5
6 Puerto Rico Reynaldo Vélez (PUR) 84.93 130.0 170.0 300.0
7 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente (URU) 84.17 120.0 160.0 280.0
8 Aruba Isnardo Faro (ARU) 84.68 120.0 155.0 275.0
9 Cuba Joël McKenzie (CUB) 84.55 155.0
10 Argentina José Barros (ARG) 84.06 140.0

Middle-heavyweight (– 94 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Cuba Carlos Hernández (CUB) 92.14 175.0 207.5 382.5
2nd Argentina Darío Lecman (ARG) 92.92 175.0 205.0 380.0
3rd Venezuela Julio César Luña (VEN) 93.62 165.0 195.0 360.0
4 United States Peter Kelley (USA) 93.86 150.0 180.0 330.0
5 Ecuador Javier Otoya (ECU) 89.64 140.0 180.0 320.0
6 Dominican Republic Carlos Holguín (DOM) 93.13 140.0 170.0 310.0

Heavyweight (– 105 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Ecuador Boris Burov (ECU) 101.52 182.5 215.0 397.5
2nd Cuba Michel Batista (CUB) 94.86 177.5 210.0 387.5
3rd United States Wes Barnett (USA) 104.91 170.0 210.0 380.0
4 Canada Akos Sandor (CAN) 104.32 167.5 195.0 362.5
5 United States Joel Lackey (USA) 104.70 157.5 185.0 342.5
6 Brazil Edmilson Dantas (BRA) 104.71 155.0 185.0 340.0
7 Nicaragua Rodrigo Narvaez (NCA) 103.81 130.0 170.0 300.0
8 Aruba Carl Henriquez (ARU) 104.22 130.0 157.5 287.5
9 Dominican Republic Frank Cepeda (DOM) 104.39 157.5 185

Super heavyweight (+ 105 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st United States Shane Hamman (USA) 159.61 175.0 207.5 382.5
2nd Chile Cristian Escalante (CHI) 117.71 177.5 202.5 380.0
3rd Cuba Modesto Sanchez (CUB) 129.21 165.0 207.5 372.5
4 Puerto Rico Edries Gonzalez (PUR) 109.04 165.0 205.0 370.0
5 Dominican Republic Plaiter Reyes (DOM) 132.23 162.5 207.5 370.0
6 Venezuela Hidelgar Morillo (VEN) 114.58 160.0 195.0 355.0
7 Dominican Republic Roque Reinoso (DOM) 134.93 150.0 192.5 342.5

Women's competition[edit]

Flyweight (– 48 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st United States Tara Nott (USA) 47.95 77.5 100.0 177.5
2nd Colombia Leddy Zuluaga (COL) 45.60 67.5 85.0 152.5
3rd Dominican Republic Guillermina Candelario (DOM) 46.26 65.0 80.0 145.0
4 Mexico Elohim Gracía (MEX) 47.59 60.0 75.0 135.0
5 Guatemala Olvina Gómez (GUA) 47.53 55.0 75.0 130.0
6 Honduras Indira Berrios (HON) 45.30 55.0 70.0 125.0
7 Venezuela Remigia Arcila (VEN) 47.29 70.0 95.0
8 Dominican Republic Wendy Santana (DOM) 47.20 67.5 87.5

Featherweight (– 53 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st United States Robin Goad (USA) 52.42 85.0 102.5 187.5
2nd Venezuela Nancy Maneiro (VEN) 52.00 77.5 97.5 175.0
3rd Colombia Luz Gallego (COL) 52.68 72.5 95.0 167.5
4 Colombia Viviana Muñoz (COL) 52.39 70.0 92.5 162.5
5 Ecuador Sandra Rosas (ECU) 52.41 72.5 85.0 157.5
6 Argentina Fabiana Fernández (ARG) 52.89 62.5 82.5 145
7 Brazil Maria Jorge (BRA) 52.42 60.0 80.0 140.0
8 United States Melanie Kosoff (USA) 52.90 75.0 102.5

Lightweight (– 58 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Canada Maryse Turcotte (CAN) 57.56 87.5 112.5 200.0
2nd Canada Nancy Niro (CAN) 57.92 87.5 105.0 192.5
3rd Mexico Soraya Jiménez (MEX) 57.19 85.0 105.0 190.0
4 Puerto Rico Ruth Rivera (PUR) 57.56 67.5 95.0 162.5
5 El Salvador Patricia Sosa (ESA) 57.41 67.5 92.5 160.0
6 Venezuela Liliana García (VEN) 57.32 80.0 105.0

Middleweight (– 63 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Canada Meil McGerrigle (CAN) 61.62 85.0 110.0 195.0
2nd Colombia Alejandra Perea (COL) 60.10 82.5 105.0 187.5
3rd Dominican Republic Sención Quezada (DOM) 61.77 80.0 102.5 182.5
4 Venezuela Gretty Lugo (VEN) 60.28 80.0 100.0 180.0
5 Puerto Rico Jennifer López (PUR) 61.41 72.5 95.0 167.5
6 Nicaragua Elsa Caldera (NCA) 59.82 67.5 90.0 157.5
7 Puerto Rico Noemi Rivera (PUR) 62.99 80.0 100.0

Light-heavyweight (– 69 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st United States Lea Foreman (USA) 68.75 100.0 115.0 215.0
2nd Dominican Republic Miosotis Heredia (DOM) 68.24 95.0 110.0 205.0
3rd El Salvador Eva María Dimas (ESA) 67.71 92.5 107.5 200.0
4 United States Khadijah Hunter (USA) 68.98 90.0 110.0 200.0
5 Canada Julie Malenfant (CAN) 66.65 90.0 105.0 195.0
6 Venezuela Carmen Pérez (VEN) 67.83 82.5 105.0 187.5
7 Guatemala Iris de Moscoso (GUA) 68.81 72.5 92.5 165.0
8 Nicaragua Nelly Betanco (NCA) 67.21 60.0 80.0 140.0
9 Dominican Republic Raquel Rombley (DOM) 68.88 85.0 112.5

Heavyweight (– 75 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st Dominican Republic Wanda Rijo (DOM) 73.68 100.0 120.0 220.0
2nd United States Cara Heads (USA) 73.26 97.5 120.0 217.5
3rd Canada Jean Lassen (CAN) 73.73 92.5 117.5 210.0
4 Canada Theresa Brick (CAN) 74.80 95.0 115.0 210.0
5 Venezuela Mayra Martínez (VEN) 73.60 87.5 112.5 200.0
6 Nicaragua María Ruiz Obando (NCA) 73.28 75.0 107.5 182.5
7 Dominican Republic Nelly Rivera (DOM) 69.73 70.0 82.5 152.5

Super-heavyweight (+ 75 kg)[edit]

Rank Name Bodyweight Snatch Clean & jerk Total (kg)
1st United States Cheryl Haworth (USA) 136.16 117.5 135.0 252.5
2nd Colombia María Isabel Urrutia (COL) 89.06 107.5 140.0 247.5
3rd Colombia Carmenza Delgado (COL) 88.61 110.0 135.0 245.0
4 Puerto Rico Nelly Acosta (PUR) 87.50 95.0 105.0 200.0
5 Canada Suzanne Dandenault (CAN) 101.43 85.0 112.5 197.5

Medal table[edit]

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba (CUB) 5 1 1 7
2  United States (USA) 5 1 3 9
3  Canada (CAN) 2 2 0 4
4  Colombia (COL) 1 6 4 11
5  Ecuador (ECU) 1 2 0 3
6  Dominican Republic (DOM) 1 1 2 4
7  Venezuela (VEN) 0 1 1 2
8  Argentina (ARG) 0 1 0 1
9  Chile (CHI) 0 1 0 1
 El Salvador (ESA) 0 0 1 1
 Guatemala (GUA) 0 0 1 1
 Mexico (MEX) 0 0 1 1

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