2010 Pan American Cycling Championships

The 2010 Pan American Cycling Championships took place in Aguascalientes, Mexico on May 8–15, 2010.[1][2]

2010 Pan American Cycling Championships
VenueAguascalientes, Mexico
Date(s) (2010-05-08 - 2010-05-15)May 8–15, 2010
VelodromeVelódromo Bicentenario
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Medal summaryEdit

RoadEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[3] Carlos Oyarzun
  Chile
Arnold Alcolea
  Cuba
Raúl Grangel
  Cuba
Time trial[4] Iván Casas
  Colombia
Carlos Oyarzun
  Chile
Freddy Montaña
  Colombia

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[3] Shelley Evans
  United States
Joëlle Numainville
  Canada
Dalila Rodríguez Hernandez
  Cuba
Time trial[4] Paola Madriñán
  Colombia
Amber Neben
  United States
Shelley Evans
  United States

TrackEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint[5] Travis Smith
  Canada
Njisane Phillip
  Trinidad and Tobago
Leonardo Narváez
  Colombia
1 km time trial[6] Christopher Sellier
  Trinidad and Tobago
Travis Smith
  Canada
Ángel Pulgar
  Venezuela
Keirin[7] Hersony Canelón
  Venezuela
Barry Forde
  Barbados
Leonardo Narváez
  Colombia
Individual pursuit[7] Juan Pablo Suárez
  Colombia
Juan Arango
  Colombia
Eduardo Sepúlveda
  Argentina
Scratch[7] Carlos Ospina
  Colombia
Cody O'Reilly
  United States
Luis Mansilla
  Chile
Points race[8] Weimar Roldán
  Colombia
Jorge Luis Montenegro
  Ecuador
José Infante
  Mexico
Omnium[5] Carlos Urán
  Colombia
Ruben Campanioni
  Cuba
Luis Mansilla
  Chile
Madison[9]   Colombia
Carlos Ospina
Weimar Roldán
  Dominican Republic
Rafael German
Augusto Sánchez
  Argentina
Marcos Crespo
Martin Ercila
Team sprint[8]   Colombia
Leonardo Narváez
Christian Tamayo
Fabián Puerta
  Venezuela
Ángel Pulgar
César Marcano
Hersony Canelón
  Trinidad and Tobago
Njisane Phillip
Azikiwe Kellar
Christopher Sellier
Team pursuit[6]   Colombia
Juan Pablo Suárez
Arles Castro
Weimar Roldán
Edwin Ávila
  Chile
Enzo Cesario
Pablo Seisdedos
Antonio Cabrera
Luis Mansilla
  Cuba
Pedro Sibila
Reldys Pérez
Yans Carlos
Ruben Campanioni

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint[6] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Diana García
  Colombia
Daniela Larreal
  Venezuela
500 m time trial[8] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Monique Sullivan
  Canada
Nancy Contreras
  Mexico
Keirin[5] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Daniela Larreal
  Venezuela
Diana García
  Colombia
Individual pursuit[8] Sarah Hammer
  United States[WR1]
María Luisa Calle
  Colombia
Dalila Rodríguez
  Cuba
Scratch[6] Yumari González
  Cuba
Sofía Arreola
  Mexico
Paola Muñoz
  Chile
Points race[5] Theresa Cliff-Ryan
  United States
Lorena Vargas
  Colombia
Danielys García
  Venezuela
Omnium[5] Sarah Hammer
  United States
Angie González
  Venezuela
María Luisa Calle
  Colombia
Team sprint[7]   Cuba
Lisandra Guerra
Arianna Herrera
  Colombia
Diana García
Juliana Gaviria
  Mexico
Nancy Contreras
Daniela Gaxiola
Team pursuit[7]   United States[WR2]
Dotsie Bausch
Sarah Hammer
Lauren Tamayo
  Cuba
Yudelmis Domínguez
Yumari González
Dalila Rodríguez
  Colombia
María Luisa Calle
Leidy Muñoz
Lorena Vargas

NotesEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Colombia (COL)95620
2  Cuba (CUB)53412
3  United States (USA)5218
4  Venezuela (VEN)1337
5  Canada (CAN)1304
6  Chile (CHI)1236
7  Trinidad and Tobago (TTO)1113
8  Mexico (MEX)0134
9  Barbados (BAR)0101
  Dominican Republic (DOM)0101
  Ecuador (ECU)0101
12  Argentina (ARG)0022
Totals (12 nations)23232369

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Panamerican Road Championships 2010". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Panamerican Track Championships 2010". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Oyarzún overcomes quality field; Evans adds gold in the women's event". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  4. ^ a b "Colombia opens with two golds; Casas, Madrinan take elite men's and women's time trial". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Uran, Hammer dominate Omniums; Smith, Guerra, Cliff-Ryan seal individual gold on final day". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  6. ^ a b c d "Colombia win men's team pursuit; Sellier, Gonzalez and Guerra day three winners". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  7. ^ a b c d e "US women set team pursuit world record; Colombia men take gold in pursuit, scratch race". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  8. ^ a b c d "Hammer follows world record with gold; Colombia take men's team pursuit crown". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  9. ^ "Colombia claim Madison title; Dominicans, Argentineans complete podium". Cycling News. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  10. ^ a b "World records ratified for Sarah Hammer and US team pursuit squad". VeloNation. 13 January 2011. Retrieved 26 November 2016.