2002 Pan American Cycling Championships

The 2002 Pan American Cycling Championships took place at the José Luis Recalde Velodrome in Quito, Ecuador August 18–23, 2002, and served as a qualifier for the cycling events at the 2003 Pan American Games.[1][2] Mexico became champion after winning six golds, four silver and one bronze medal.[2][3]

2002 Pan American Cycling Championships
VenueEcuador
Date(s) (2002-08-18 - 2002-08-23)August 18–23, 2002
VelodromeJosé Luis Recalde
Nations participating9
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Medal summaryEdit

RoadEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race Daniel Rincón
  Colombia[4]
Ismael Sarmiento
  Colombia
Héctor Chiles
  Ecuador[2]
Individual time trial José Medina
  Chile[5]
Johnny Leal
  Colombia
Carlos Ibáñez
  Colombia

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race Belem Guerrero
  Mexico[3][4]
Flor Delgadillo
  Colombia
Janildes Fernandes
  Brazil
Individual time trial Sonia López
  Mexico[4][5]
Paola Madriñán
  Colombia
Flor Delgadillo
  Colombia

Under 23 MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race Alexis Castro
  Colombia[4]
Carlos López
  Mexico
Erick Castago
  Ecuador
Individual time trial Mauricio Ortega
  Colombia[4][5]
Erick Castaño
  Ecuador[6]
Juan Montenegro
  Ecuador

TrackEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint Barry Forde
  Barbados[2]
Julio Herrera
  Cuba
Michel Pedroso
  Cuba
1 km time trial Wilson Meneses
  Colombia (PR)[nb 1][4][8]
Michel Pedroso
  Cuba
Julio Herrera
  Cuba
Keirin Barry Forde
  Barbados[9][10]
Wilson Meneses
  Colombia
Steen Madsen
  Canada
Scratch Juan de la Rosa
  Mexico[4][11]
Marcelo Arriaga
  Chile
Marcos Novello
  Brazil
Points race Mario Arriagada
  Chile[11]
Luis Sepúlveda
  Chile
Hernandes Quadri
  Brazil
Individual pursuit Marco Arriagada
  Chile (PR)[nb 2][4][10]
Luca Barazutti
  Ecuador[6]
Mark Ernsting
  Canada
Madison   Chile
Richard Rodríguez
Luis Sepúlveda[12]
  Mexico
Juan de la Rosa
José Sánchez[13]
  Uruguay
Milton Wynants
Tomás Margalef[14]
Team sprint   Cuba
Yasmani Pol
Michel Pedroso
Reiner Cartaya[11][15]
  Colombia
Wilson Meneses
Jonathan Marín
Víctor Álvarez
  Chile
Sebastián Muñoz
José Aravena
Enzo Cesario
Team pursuit   Chile
Richard Rodríguez
Marco Arriaga
Luis Sepúlveda
Antonio Cabrera[10][12][16]
  Brazil
Hernandes Quadri
Armando Costa
Andre Polini
Marcos Novello[7][10]
  Mexico
Ignacio Sarabia
José Sánchez
Luis Macías
Juan de la Rosa[12]

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint Lori-Ann Muenzer
  Canada (PR)[nb 3][11]
Yumari González
  Cuba
Diana García
  Colombia
500 m time trial Yumari González
  Cuba (PR)[nb 4][4][8]
Lori-Ann Muenzer
  Canada
Diana García
  Colombia
Keirin Lori-Ann Muenzer
  Canada[4][9][10]
Yumari González
  Cuba[6]
Diana García
  Colombia
Individual pursuit Belem Guerrero
  Mexico[11]
Erin Carter
  Canada[15]
Sandra Gómez
  Colombia
Points race Patricia Palencia
  Mexico[11]
Belem Guerrero
  Mexico
María Parra
  Ecuador
Scratch Belem Guerrero
  Mexico[11]
Patricia Palencia
  Mexico
Claudia Aravena
  Chile

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Wilson Meneses Set a new Pan American 1 km time trial record with 1:01.863.[7]
  2. ^ Marco Arriagada Set a new Pan American Individual pursuit record with 4:28.205.[2][9]
  3. ^ Lori-Ann Muenzer Set a new Pan American Sprint record with 0:11.010.[7]
  4. ^ Yumari González Set a new Pan American 500 m time trial world record with 0:34.647.[7][17]

ReferencesEdit

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  13. ^ "Belem y Palencia, oro y plata en el Panamericano de Ciclismo Sub 23". La Jornada (in Spanish). Quito, Ecuador. AFP. 22 August 2002. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  14. ^ "Wynants culminó cuarto en el Panamericano". La Red 21 (in Spanish). 21 August 2002. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
  15. ^ a b "Chile domina en persecución en el Panamericano de Ciclismo". El Universo (in Spanish). Quito, Ecuador. 22 August 2002. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
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  17. ^ "Ganan cubanas el título de la persecución por equipos en panamericano de ciclismo". Juventud Rebelde (in Spanish). 29 July 2009. Retrieved 11 May 2016.