2021 Pan American Judo Championships

The 2021 Pan American Judo Championships was a judo event which took place in Guadalajara, Mexico, from 15 to 16 April 2021.

2021
Judo
Pan American Judo Championships
VenueGuadalajara
LocationMexico Guadalajara, Mexico
Dates15–16 April 2021
Competitors113 from 20 nations
Competition at external databases
LinksIJF • JudoInside

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Mexico)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Brazil (BRA)74314
2  Ecuador (ECU)2237
3  Cuba (CUB)2204
4  Chile (CHI)1102
5  Dominican Republic (DOM)1023
6  Canada (CAN)1012
7  United States (USA)0257
8  Mexico (MEX)*0156
9  Peru (PER)0134
10  Argentina (ARG)0101
11  Colombia (COL)0011
  Costa Rica (CRC)0011
  Panama (PAN)0011
  Puerto Rico (PUR)0011
  Venezuela (VEN)0011
Totals (15 nations)14142755

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (60 kg) Lenin Preciado
  Ecuador
Steven Morocho
  Ecuador
Dilmer Calle
  Peru
Moisés Rosado
  Mexico
Half-lightweight (66 kg) Willian Lima
  Brazil
Orlando Polanco
  Cuba
Wander Mateo
  Dominican Republic
Juan Postigos
  Peru
Lightweight (73 kg) Magdiel Estrada
  Cuba
Alonso Wong
  Peru
Gilberto Cardoso
  Mexico
Julián Sancho
  Costa Rica
Half-middleweight (81 kg) Guilherme Schimidt
  Brazil
Emmanuel Lucenti
  Argentina
Samuel Ayala
  Mexico
Medickson Del Orbe
  Dominican Republic
Middleweight (90 kg) Robert Florentino
  Dominican Republic
Rafael Macedo
  Brazil
Francisco Balanta
  Colombia
Yuta Galarreta
  Peru
Half-heavyweight (100 kg) Kyle Reyes
  Canada
Thomas Briceño
  Chile
Leonardo Gonçalves
  Brazil
Nathaniel Keeve
  United States
Heavyweight (+100 kg) Rafael Silva
  Brazil
David Moura
  Brazil
Sergio del Sol
  Mexico
Freddy Figueroa
  Ecuador

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Extra-lightweight (48 kg) Mary Dee Vargas
  Chile
Gabriela Chibana
  Brazil
Nathalia Brigida
  Brazil
Luz Peña
  Ecuador
Half-lightweight (52 kg) Larissa Pimenta
  Brazil
Angelica Delgado
  United States
Katelyn Jarrell-Bouyssou
  United States
Kristine Jiménez
  Panama
Lightweight (57 kg) Arnaes Odelín
  Cuba
Ketelyn Nascimento
  Brazil
Jéssica Pereira
  Brazil
Kelly Deguchi
  Canada
Half-middleweight (63 kg) Ketleyn Quadros
  Brazil
Prisca Awiti
  Mexico
Alisha Galles
  United States
Estefania García
  Ecuador
Middleweight (70 kg) Ellen Santana
  Brazil
Celinda Corozo
  Ecuador
Chantal Wright
  United States
Half-heavyweight (78 kg) Vanessa Chalá
  Ecuador
Kaliema Antomarchi
  Cuba
Karen León
  Venezuela
Nefeli Papadakis
  United States
Heavyweight (+78 kg) Beatriz Souza
  Brazil
Nina Cutro-Kelly
  United States
Priscila Martínez
  Mexico
Melissa Mojica
  Puerto Rico

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