Colombia at the 2019 Pan American Games

Colombia competed in the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru from July 26 to August 11, 2019.[1][2]

Colombia at the
2019 Pan American Games
Flag of Colombia.svg
IOC codeCOL
NOCColombian Olympic Committee
in Lima, Peru
26 July–11 August, 2019
Competitors349 in 13 sports
Flag bearer Yuberjen Martínez (opening)
Medals
Ranked 7th
Gold
27
Silver
24
Bronze
31
Total
82
Pan American Games appearances (overview)

The Colombian team consisted of 349 athletes, the largest in history.[3]

During the opening ceremony of the games, boxer Yuberjen Martínez carried the flag of the country as part of the parade of nations.[4][5]

MedalistsEdit

The following Colombian competitors won medals at the games.

CompetitorsEdit

The following is the list of number of competitors (per gender) participating at the games per sport/discipline.

Sport Men Women Total
Badminton 0 1 1
Baseball 24 0 24
Beach volleyball 0 2 2
Bodybuilding 1 1 2
Boxing 8 4 12
Fencing 7 6 13
Football 0 18 18
Golf 2 2 4
Gymnastics 1 1 2
Judo 5 5 10
Modern pentathlon 1 1 2
Racquetball 2 3 5
Surfing 3 1 4
Tennis 3 3 6
Volleyball 0 12 12
Weightlifting 6 6 12
Total 56 59 115

BadmintonEdit

Colombia received a reallocated quota spot for a female athlete.[6][7]

Women
Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Juliana Giraldo Singles Bye   Sotomayor (GUA)

BaseballEdit

Colombia qualified a men's team of 24 athletes by finishing in the top four at the 2019 Pan American Games Qualifier in Brazil.[8][9]

Group B
GP W L RS RA DIFF
  Canada 3 3 0 28 9 +19
  Colombia 3 2 1 13 13 0
  Cuba 3 1 2 17 14 +3
  Argentina 3 0 3 2 24 −22
Qualified for the Super round


July 29
10:05
Cuba   1–6   Colombia Baseball Stadium, Lima
Attendance: 2,456
Boxscore

July 30
15:05
Colombia   4–2   Argentina Baseball Stadium, Lima
Attendance: 1,560
Boxscore

August 1
10:05
Colombia   3–10   Canada Baseball Stadium, Lima
Attendance: N/A
Boxscore

Beach volleyballEdit

Colombia qualified a women's pair.[10]

Women
  • 1 Pair (2 athletes)

BodybuildingEdit

Colombia qualified a full team of two bodybuilders (one male and one female).[11]

Men
  • Classic bodybuilding
Women
  • Bikini fitness

BoxingEdit

Colombia qualified 12 boxers (eight men and four women).[12][13]

EquestrianEdit

Colombia qualified a full team of 12 equestrians (four per discipline).[14][15][16]

DressageEdit

Athlete Horse Event Qualification Grand Prix Freestyle /
Intermediate I Freestyle
Grand Prix /
Prix St. Georges
Grand Prix Special /
Intermediate I
Total
Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank Score Rank
Maria Aponte Duke de Niro Individual 64.647 27 65.971 19 130.618 22 Did not advance
Santiago Cardona Espartaco 65.235 24 65.235 22 130.470 24 Did not advance
Raul Corchuelo Senorita 68.235 13 68.265 11 136.500 10 Q 70.240 13
Maria Aponte
Santiago Cardona
Raul Corchuelo
As above Team 198.117 5 199.471 5 397.588 5 N/A

EventingEdit

Athlete Horse Event Dressage Cross-country Jumping Total
Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank
Mauricio Bermudez Fernhill Nightshift Individual 41.60 31 Eliminated Did not advance
Jhonatan Rodriguez Caipirina 41.40 29 Eliminated Did not advance
Juan Tafur Eisenmayer Blue Moon 44.20 37 Eliminated Did not advance
Mauricio Bermudez
Jhonatan Rodriguez
Juan Tafur Eisenmayer
As above Team 127.20 9 3000.00 10 Did not advance 3000.00 10

JumpingEdit

Athlete Horse Event Qualification Final
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total Round A Round B Total
Faults Rank Faults Rank Faults Rank Faults Rank Faults Rank Faults Rank Faults Rank
Fernando Cardenas Quincy Car Individual 6.48 23 12 27 8 16 26.48 26 Q Eliminated
Rodrigo Diaz Alonzo d'Ete 9.99 31 8 15 13 32 30.99 27 Q
Juan Gallego Fee des Sequoias Z 2.91 14 8 15 5 14 15.91 15 Q
Fernando Cardenas
Rodrigo Diaz
Juan Gallego
As above Team 19.38 7 28 6 26 6 73.38 6 N/A

FencingEdit

Colombia qualified a team of 13 fencers (seven men and six women).[17]

Men
  • Épée – 1 quota
  • Foil – 3 quotas
  • Sabre – 3 quotas
Women
  • Foil – 3 quotas
  • Sabre – 3 quotas

FootballEdit

Colombia qualified a women's team (of 18 athletes) by finishing in one of the three qualification spots at the 2018 Copa América Femenina.[18][19]

Women's tournamentEdit

GolfEdit

Colombia qualified a full team of four golfers (two men and two women).[20]

GymnasticsEdit

TrampolineEdit

Colombia qualified a team of two gymnasts in trampoline (one man and one woman).[21]

Men
  • 1 quota
Women
  • 1 quota

Modern pentathlonEdit

Colombia qualified two modern pentathletes (one man and one woman).[22]

Men
  • 1 quota
Women
  • 1 quota

RacquetballEdit

Colombia qualified five racquetball athletes (two men and three women).[23]

RacquetballEdit

Colombia qualified four racquetball athletes (two men and two women).[24]

Men
Athlete Event Qualifying
Round robin
Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Rank Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Sebastian Franco Men's singles   Jake Bredenbeck
L 2–0
  Edwin Galicia
W 2–0
  Jonathan Luque
W 2–0
2   Coby Iwaasa
L 2–1
Did not advance 5
Mario Mercado   Carlos Keller
W 2–0
  Juan Salvatierra
W 2–0
- 1   Felipe Camacho
W 2–0
  Jake Bredenbeck
W 2–1
  Alvaro Beltran
L 2–0
Did not advance  
Sebastian Franco
Mario Mercado
Men's doubles   Roland Keller
Conrrado Moscoso
L 2–0
  Fernando Rios
Jose Ugalde
L 2–0
  Jonathan Luque
Sebastian Mendiguri
W 2–0
3   Ramon De Leon
Luis Perez
W 2–0
  Rocky Carson
Charles Pratt
L 2–1
Did not advance 5
Sebastian Franco
Mario Mercado
Men's team N/A   Peru
W 2–0
  Canada
W 2–0
  Mexico
W 2–1
  Bolivia
L 2–1
 
Women
Athlete Event Qualifying
Round robin
Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Rank Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Cristina Amaya Singles   Valeria Centellas
L 2–1
  Maria Regla Viera
W 2–0
  Josefa Parada
W 2–0
2   Angelica Barrios
L 2–1
Did not advance
Adriana Riveros   Natalia Mendez
L 2–0
  Lilian Zea
W 2–0
- 2   Valeria Centellas
W 2–1
  Rhonda Rajsich
W 2–0
  Maria Jose Vargas
L 2–0
Did not advance  
Cristina Amaya
Adriana Riveros
Doubles   Natalia Mendez
Maria Jose Vargas
L 2–0
  Carla Muñoz
Josefa Parada
W 2–0
  Loraine Felipe
Maria Regla Viera
W 2–0
3   Loraine Felipe
Maria Regla Viera
W 2–0
  Gabriela Martinez
Maria Rodriguez
L 2–1
Did not advance 5
Cristina Amaya
Adriana Riveros
Team N/A Bye   United States
L 2–0
Did not advance 5

Rugby sevensEdit

Women's tournamentEdit

Pool stage
Pos Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   United States 3 3 0 0 142 0 +142 9 Semifinals
2   Colombia 3 2 0 1 62 62 0 7
3   Argentina 3 1 0 2 55 73 −18 5 5–8th place semifinals
4   Trinidad and Tobago 3 0 0 3 10 134 −124 3
Source: Lima 2019
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head result; 3) Point difference; 4) Points scored; 5) draw.


26 July 2019
9:50
Colombia   24–14   Argentina
Try: Romero 1'm
Arzuaga 3'c
Mejia (2) 6'c, 7'm
Con: Lopera (2/3) 3', 7'
Romero (0/1)
Report Try: Montero 0'c
Mattus 9'c
Con: Montero (1/1) 1'
Padellaro (1/1) 9'
Villa María del Triunfo Sports Center
Referee: Emily Hsieh (United States)

27 July 2019
10:10
Colombia   38–10   Trinidad and Tobago
Try: Soto 1'c
Mejia 2'c
Arzuaga (2) 5'c, 7'c
Lopera 7'm
Acevado 10'
Con: Lopera (4/5) 1', 2', 5', 7'
Report Try: Glasgow 6'm
John 14'm
Con: Jack (0/1)
Pantor (0/1)
Villa María del Triunfo Sports Center
Referee: Nayara Santos (Brazil)

27 July 2019
14:25
United States   38–0   Colombia
Try: Maher 1'c
Ramsey (3) 6'm, 9'm, 12'c
Rovetti 8'c
Henrich 14'c
Con: Emba (2/3) 1', 14'
Olsen (2/3) 8', 12'
Report
Villa María del Triunfo Sports Center
Referee: Nerea Livoni (Argentina)
Semifinal
28 July 2019
10:50
Canada   41–0   Colombia
Try: de Couvreur (3) 1'c, 2'm, 8'm
Kaljuvee (3) 5'c, 6'c, 12'm
Hogan-Rochester 11'm
Con: Levale (3/5) 1', 6', 7'
Nicholas (0/2)
Report
Villa María del Triunfo Sports Center
Referee: Emily Hsieh (United States)
Bronze medal match
28 July 2019
14:40
Colombia   29–24
(a.e.t.)
  Brazil
Try: Ibarra 3'c
S. Acevado 5'm
Lopera (2) 11'm, 16'
N. Acevado 14'c
Con: Lopera (2/4) 4', 14'
Report Try: Cerullo 0'c
da Silva 2'm
B. Silva 7'c
de Souza 8'm
Con: Kochhann (2/4) 1', 7'
Villa María del Triunfo Sports Center
Referee: Emily Hsieh (United States)


SurfingEdit

Colombia qualified four surfers (three men and one women) in the sport's debut at the Pan American Games.[25][26][27][28]

VolleyballEdit

Colombia qualified a women's team (of 12 athletes) by winning finishing in the top five at the 2018 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup.[29]

Women's tournamentEdit

WeightliftingEdit

Colombia qualified a full team of 12 weightlifters (six man and six women).[30]

Men
  • 6 quotas
Women
  • 6 quotas

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