2012 Pan American Cycling Championships

The 2012 Pan American Cycling Championships took place in Mar del Plata, Argentina on March 3–11, 2012.[1][2]

2012 Pan American Cycling Championships
VenueMar del Plata, Argentina
Date(s) (2012-03-03 - 2012-03-11)March 3–11, 2012
VelodromeJulio Polet Panamerican Velodrome

Medal summaryEdit

RoadEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[3] Maximiliano Richeze
  Argentina
Mauro Richeze
  Argentina
Héctor Aguilar
  Uruguay
Time trial[4] Magno Nazaret
  Brazil
Eduardo Sepúlveda
  Argentina
Jorge Soto
  Uruguay

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[3] Yumari González
  Cuba
Leah Kirchmann
  Canada
Janildes Fernandes
  Brazil
Time trial[5] Amber Neben
  United States
Rhae-Christie Shaw
  Canada
Clemilda Fernandes
  Brazil

TrackEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint[6] Njisane Phillip
  Trinidad and Tobago
Hersony Canelón
  Venezuela
Fabián Puerta
  Colombia
1 km time trial[7] Alexander Quincy
  Trinidad and Tobago
Kevin Mansker
  United States
Jonathan Matias Gatto
  Argentina
Keirin[8] Fabián Puerta
  Colombia
Leandro Bottasso
  Argentina
Travis Smith
  Canada
Individual pursuit[9] Gideoni Monteiro
  Brazil
Mauro Agostini
  Argentina
Carlos Linarez
  Venezuela
Scratch[10] Bobby Lea
  United States
Pablo Seisdedos
  Chile
Darren Matthews
  Barbados
Points race[6] Edison Bravo
  Chile
Fabrizio Von Nacher
  Mexico
Juan Gaspari
  Argentina
Omnium[8] Walter Pérez
  Argentina
Carlos Linarez
  Venezuela
Bobby Lea
  United States
Madison[7]   Chile
Antonio Cabrera
Cristopher Mansilla
  Brazil
Armando Camargo
Thiago Nardin
  Ecuador
Byron Guamá
José Ragonessi
Team sprint[10]   United States
Michael Blatchford
Kevin Mansker
Jimmy Watkins
  Canada
Joseph Veloce
Travis Smith
Hugo Barrette
  Venezuela
Hersony Canelón
Ángel Pulgar
César Marcano
Team pursuit[10]   Chile
Pablo Seisdedos
Antonio Cabrera
Gonzalo Miranda
Luis Sepúlveda
  Brazil
Armando Camargo
Leandro Silva
Thiago Nardin
Gideoni Monteiro
  Argentina
Walter Pérez
Marcos Crespo
Mauro Agostini
Maximiliano Almada

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint[8] Monique Sullivan
  Canada
Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Daniela Gaxiola
  Mexico
500 m time trial[10] Lisandra Guerra
  Cuba
Juliana Gaviria
  Colombia
Elisabeth Carlson
  United States
Keirin[7] Monique Sullivan
  Canada
Daniela Gaxiola
  Mexico
Jennifer Valente
  United States
Individual pursuit[9] María Luisa Calle
  Colombia
Marlies Mejias
  Cuba
Elizabeth Newell
  United States
Scratch[8] Lilibeth Chacón
  Venezuela
Daniela Guajardo
  Chile
Jennifer Valente
  United States
Points race[10] Paola Muñoz
  Chile
Danielys García
  Venezuela
Daniela Guajardo
  Chile
Omnium[7] Marlies Mejias
  Cuba
Angie González
  Venezuela
Elizabeth Newell
  United States
Team sprint[9]   Venezuela
Daniela Larreal
Mariaesthela Vilera
  United States
Elisabeth Carlson
Dana Feiss
  Colombia
Diana García
Juliana Gaviria
Team pursuit[6]   Canada
Allison Beveridge
Stephanie Roorda
Laura Brown
  Venezuela
Angie González
Danielys García
Lilibeth Chacón
  United States
Jennifer Valente
Cari Higgins
Elizabeth Newell

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Chile (CHI)4217
2  Canada (CAN)3317
3  United States (USA)32712
4  Cuba (CUB)3205
5  Venezuela (VEN)2529
6  Argentina (ARG)2439
7  Brazil (BRA)2226
8  Colombia (COL)2125
9  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI)2002
10  Mexico (MEX)0213
11  Uruguay (URU)0022
12  Barbados (BAR)0011
  Ecuador (ECU)0011
Totals (13 nations)23232369

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Panamerican Track Championships 2012". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Panamerican Road Championships 2012". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Argentina sweeps men's road events; Cuba claims women's gold". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  4. ^ "Men - Elite - Champ. Panaméricain / Panamerican Championships (ARG/CC)". UCI. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 24 November 2016.
  5. ^ "Neben takes continental title in Argentina; Medici brings gold for the home country". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  6. ^ a b c "Canada come out on top in women's team pursuit; Lea and Perez trade blows in men's omnium". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  7. ^ a b c d "Sullivan claims keirin for second gold; Meijas takes women's omnium". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  8. ^ a b c d "Puerta takes out men's keirin; Perez triumphs in thrilling finish to omnium". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  9. ^ a b c "Luisa Calle takes Panamerican pursuit title for Colombia; Brazilian Monteiro too good in men's pursuit". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.
  10. ^ a b c d e "Chile too good in pursuit; USA dominant in team sprint". Cycling News. Retrieved 22 November 2016.