2011 Pan American Cycling Championships

The 2011 Pan American Cycling Championships took place in Medellin, Colombia on May 1–8, 2011.[1]

2011 Pan American Cycling Championships
VenueMedellin, Colombia
Date(s) (2011-05-01 - 2011-05-08)May 1–8, 2011
VelodromeVelódromo Martín Emilio Cochise Rodriguez
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Medal summaryEdit

RoadEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[2] Gregory Panizo
  Brazil
Gonzalo Garrido
  Chile
Luis Felipe Laverde
  Colombia
Time trial[3] Leandro Messineo
  Argentina
Iván Casas
  Colombia
Tomás Gil
  Venezuela

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[2] Clara Hughes
  Canada
Evelyn García
  El Salvador
Theresa Cliff-Ryan
  United States
Time trial[3] Clara Hughes
  Canada
Evelyn Stevens
  United States
Amber Neben
  United States

Men (under 23)Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[2] Gideoni Monteiro
  Brazil
Enzo Moyano
  Argentina
Arnold Olavarria
  Chile
Time trial[3] Ramón Carretero
  Panama
Daniel Jaramillo
  Colombia
Jacob Rathe
  United States

TrackEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint[4] Hersony Canelón
  Venezuela
Jimmy Watkins
  United States
Njisane Phillip
  Trinidad and Tobago
1 km time trial[5] Ángel Pulgar
  Venezuela
Travis Smith
  Canada
Fabián Puerta
  Colombia
Keirin[6] Fabián Puerta
  Colombia
Hersony Canelón
  Venezuela
Christian Tamayo
  Colombia
Individual pursuit[7] Arles Castro
  Colombia
Juan Arango
  Colombia
Gonzalo Miranda
  Chile
Scratch[8] Carlos Urán
  Colombia
Cristopher Mansilla
  Chile
Ángel Colla
  Argentina
Points race[9] Edwin Ávila
  Colombia
Pablo Seisdedos
  Chile
Jan Carlos Arias
  Cuba
Omnium[6] Luis Mansilla
  Chile
Carlos Linarez
  Venezuela
Carlos Urán
  Colombia
Madison[5]   Chile
Antonio Cabrera
Cristopher Mansilla
  Colombia
Edwin Ávila
Weimar Roldán
  Mexico
Diego Yépez
Christian Martínez
Team sprint[8]   Colombia
Christian Tamayo
Fabián Puerta
Jonathan Marín
  United States
Dean Tracy
Jimmy Watkins
Michael Blatchford
  Venezuela
Ángel Pulgar
Hersony Canelón
César Marcano
Team pursuit[8]   Colombia
Juan Arango
Edwin Ávila
Arles Castro
Weimar Roldán
  Chile
Antonio Cabrera
Luis Mansilla
Luis Sepúlveda
Gonzalo Miranda
  Argentina
Eduardo Sepúlveda
Maximiliano Almada
Christian Martínez
Marcos Crespo

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint[6] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Monique Sullivan
  Canada
Daniela Larreal
  Venezuela
500 m time trial[8] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Juliana Gaviria
  Colombia
Cristin Walker
  United States
Keirin[5] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Cristin Walker
  United States
Monique Sullivan
  Canada
Individual pursuit[7] María Luisa Calle
  Colombia
Yudelmis Domínguez
  Cuba
Marlies Mejias
  Cuba
Scratch[10] Yoanka González
  Cuba
Lorena Vargas
  Colombia
Ingrid Drexel
  Mexico
Points race[8] Lilibeth Chacón
  Venezuela
Arlenis Sierra
  Cuba
Cari Higgins
  United States
Omnium[5] Marlies Mejias
  Cuba
María Luisa Calle
  Colombia
Cari Higgins
  United States
Team sprint[7]   Colombia
Diana García
Juliana Gaviria
  Venezuela
Mariaesthela Vilera
Daniela Larreal
  Cuba
Arianna Herrera
Lisandra Guerra
Team pursuit[11]   Cuba
Yoanka González
Yudelmis Domínguez
Marlies Mejias
  Venezuela
Angie González
Danielys García
Lilibeth Chacón
  Colombia
Serika Gulumá
Lorena Vargas
Luz Adriana Tovar

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Colombia (COL)87520
2  Cuba (CUB)62311
3  Venezuela (VEN)34310
4  Chile (CHI)2428
5  Canada (CAN)2215
6  Brazil (BRA)2002
7  Argentina (ARG)1124
8  Panama (PAN)1001
9  United States (USA)04610
10  El Salvador (ESA)0101
11  Mexico (MEX)0022
12  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI)0011
Totals (12 nations)25252575

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Canadian Team Announced for 2011 Pan-American Road and Track Championships". Pedal Magazine. 26 April 2011. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Hughes solos to victory, earns second Panamerican gold; Garcia, Cliff-Ryan complete women's podium". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  3. ^ a b c "Hughes wins women's time trial; Argentina's Messineo takes men's title". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  4. ^ "Men - Elite - Pan American Championships (COL/CC) - Sprint". UCI. Retrieved 22 November 2016.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ a b c d "Colombia, Cuba continue success on final day; Venezuela, Chile add golds". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  6. ^ a b c "Canelon tops Watkins in controversial sprint final; Cuba claims women's team pursuit after rain delay". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  7. ^ a b c "Colombia consolida su liderazgo en el Panamericano de ciclismo" (in Spanish). Terra. 3 May 2011. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  8. ^ a b c d e "Host country finds success on day 1; Uran Arroyaye claims scratch race gold". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  9. ^ "Men - Elite - Pan American Championships (COL/CC) - Points Race". UCI. Archived from the original on 25 November 2016. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  10. ^ "Women - Elite - Pan American Championships (COL/CC) - Scratch". UCI. Archived from the original on 23 November 2016. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  11. ^ "Women - Elite - Pan American Championships (COL/CC) - Team Pursuit". UCI. Archived from the original on 23 November 2016. Retrieved 22 November 2016.