2013 Pan American Judo Championships

The 2013 Pan American Judo Championships was held in San José, Costa Rica from April 19–20, 2013.

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Brazil (BRA)82616
2  Cuba (CUB)46111
3  Canada (CAN)1337
4  United States (USA)12710
5  Dominican Republic (DOM)1023
  Venezuela (VEN)1023
7  Mexico (MEX)0246
8  Guatemala (GUA)0101
9  Argentina (ARG)0033
10  Colombia (COL)0022
11  Ecuador (ECU)0011
  Puerto Rico (PUR)0011
Totals (12 nations)16163264

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Super extra-lightweight (55 kg) Kelvin Vásquez
  Dominican Republic (DOM)
Adonis Diaz
  United States (USA)
Cristian Toala
  Ecuador (ECU)
Armando Maita
  Venezuela (VEN)
Extra-lightweight (60 kg) Felipe Kitadai
  Brazil (BRA)
Nabor Castillo
  Mexico (MEX)
Nicholas Kossor
  United States (USA)
Abel Montero
  Dominican Republic (DOM)
Half-lightweight (66 kg) Luiz Revite
  Brazil (BRA)
Patrick Gagne
  Canada (CAN)
Bolen Bradford
  United States (USA)
Charles Chibana
  Brazil (BRA)
Lightweight (73 kg) Nicholas Delpopolo
  United States (USA)
Magdiel Estrada
  Cuba (CUB)
Bruno Mendonça
  Brazil (BRA)
Alejandro Clara
  Argentina (ARG)
Half-middleweight (81 kg) Victor Penalber
  Brazil (BRA)
Antoine Valois-Fortier
  Canada (CAN)
Travis Stevens
  United States (USA)
Jonathan Fernandez
  United States (USA)
Middleweight (90 kg) Asley González
  Cuba (CUB)
Tiago Camilo
  Brazil (BRA)
Alexandre Emond
  Canada (CAN)
Jacob Larsen
  United States (USA)
Half-heavyweight (100 kg) Renan Nunes
  Brazil (BRA)
José Armenteros
  Cuba (CUB)
Dilyaver Sheykhisyamov
  Canada (CAN)
Luciano Corrêa
  Brazil (BRA)
Heavyweight (+100 kg) Rafael Silva
  Brazil (BRA)
Óscar Brayson
  Cuba (CUB)
Alex García Mendoza
  Cuba (CUB)
Ramón Flores
  Mexico (MEX)
Men's Team   Brazil (BRA)   Canada (CAN)   Cuba (CUB)
  Venezuela (VEN)

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Super extra-lightweight (44 kg) Milagros González
  Venezuela (VEN)
Evelin Rodríguez
  Guatemala (GUA)
Estefania Soriano
  Dominican Republic (DOM)
Sandra Sánchez
  Mexico (MEX)
Extra-lightweight (48 kg) Sarah Menezes
  Brazil (BRA)
Dayaris Mestre Álvarez
  Cuba (CUB)
Paula Pareto
  Argentina (ARG)
Edna Carrillo
  Mexico (MEX)
Half-lightweight (52 kg) Yanet Bermoy
  Cuba (CUB)
Luz Olvera
  Mexico (MEX)
Mónica Hernández
  Mexico (MEX)
Erika Miranda
  Brazil (BRA)
Lightweight (57 kg) Rafaela Silva
  Brazil (BRA)
Marti Malloy
  United States (USA)
Melissa Rodríguez
  Argentina (ARG)
Ketleyn Quadros
  Brazil (BRA)
Half-middleweight (63 kg) Maricet Espinosa
  Cuba (CUB)
Katerine Campos
  Brazil (BRA)
Diana Velasco
  Colombia (COL)
Hannah Martin
  United States (USA)
Middleweight (70 kg) Kelita Zupancic
  Canada (CAN)
Onix Cortés
  Cuba (CUB)
Kayla Harrison
  United States (USA)
Yuri Alvear
  Colombia (COL)
Half-heavyweight (78 kg) Mayra Aguiar
  Brazil (BRA)
Catherine Roberge
  Canada (CAN)
Keivi Pinto
  Venezuela (VEN)
Amy Cotton
  Canada (CAN)
Heavyweight (+78 kg) Idalis Ortiz
  Cuba (CUB)
Heidy Abreu
  Cuba (CUB)
Melissa Mojica
  Puerto Rico (PUR)
Rochele Nunes
  Brazil (BRA)
Women's Team   United States (USA)   Mexico (MEX)   Cuba (CUB)
  Brazil (BRA)

ReferencesEdit