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Cycling at the 2011 Pan American Games – Men's BMX

The men's BMX competition of the cycling events at the 2011 Pan American Games was held on October 21 at the CODE San Nicolás in Guadalajara.[1] The defending champion is Jason Richardson of United States.

Cycling – Men's BMX at the XVI Pan American Games
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VenueCODE San Nicolás
DatesOctober 21
Competitors19 from 12 nations
Medalists
Gold medal   United States
Silver medal   United States
Bronze medal   Colombia
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Contents

ScheduleEdit

All times are Central Standard Time (UTC-6).

Date Time Round
October 21, 2011 9:15 Qualification Run 1
October 21, 2011 9:35 Qualification Run 2
October 21, 2011 9:55 Qualification Run 3
October 21, 2011 10:15 Semifinal
October 21, 2011 10:45 Final

ResultsEdit

QualificationEdit

First 4 riders in each heat qualify to semifinal.[2]

Rank Heat Name Nation Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Points Notes
1 1 Fausto Endara   Ecuador 40.021 (4) 36.210 (1) 35.689 (2) 7 Q
2 1 Ramiro Marino   Argentina 36.372 (2) 36.522 (2) 36.249 (3) 7 Q
3 1 Connor Fields   United States 35.139 (1) 1:47.577 (6) 35.286 (1) 8 Q
4 1 Christopher Mireles   Mexico 41.229 (6) 37.388 (3) 37.161 (4) 13 Q
5 1 Isaías Zapata   Chile 37.028 (3) 38.486 (5) 37.512 (5) 13
6 1 Sebastian Vargas   Bolivia 40.909 (5) 37.872 (4) 40.235 (6) 15
7 1 Bryan Elisabeth   Aruba 57.487 (7) DNF (7) 41.417 (7) 21
1 2 Nicholas Long   United States 36.095 (1) 35.394 (1) 35.265 (1) 3 Q
2 2 Cristian Becerine   Argentina 36.433 (2) 36.516 (3) 36.311 (3) 8 Q
3 2 Renato Rezende   Brazil 36.703 (3) 36.496 (2) 37.407 (4) 9 Q
4 2 Jonathan Suárez   Venezuela 36.921 (4) 38.748 (4) 35.883 (2) 10 Q
5 2 Leonardo Bonilla   Bolivia 50.113 (6) 43.117 (5) 39.567 (5) 16
6 2 Brian Perez   Puerto Rico 48.220 (5) 45.000 (6) 41.079 (6) 17
1 3 Andres Jimenez   Colombia 35.837 (1) 35.681 (1) 35.793 (2) 4 Q
2 3 Carlos Oquendo   Colombia 36.303 (2) 36.421 (2) 35.325 (1) 5 Q
3 3 James Brown   Canada 1:14.330 (6) 37.121 (3) 35.917 (3) 12 Q
4 3 Deivlim Balthazar   Brazil 39.177 (5) 44.269 (4) 37.333 (4) 13 Q
5 3 Felipe Faundez   Chile 37.394 (4) 1:26.702 (5) 49.207 (5) 14
6 3 Emilio Falla   Ecuador 37.381 (3) DNF (6) DSQ (8) 17

SemifinalEdit

The top four cyclists advanced to the final.[3]

Rank Heat Name Nation Time Notes
1 1 Connor Fields   United States 34.648 Q
2 1 Fausto Endara   Ecuador 35.492 Q
3 1 Nicholas Long   United States 35.874 Q
4 1 Ramiro Marino   Argentina 36.541 Q
5 1 Christopher Mireles   Mexico 37.351
6 1 Cristian Becerine   Argentina DNF
1 2 Andres Jimenez   Colombia 33.559 Q
2 2 James Brown   Canada 34.639 Q
3 2 Carlos Mario Oquendo   Colombia 35.047 Q
4 2 Renato Rezende   Brazil 35.197 Q
5 2 Jonathan Suárez   Venezuela 37.868
6 2 Deivlim Balthazar   Brazil 57.937

FinalEdit

[4]

Rank Name Nation Time Notes
  Connor Fields   United States 34.245
  Nicholas Long   United States 34.907
  Andres Jimenez   Colombia 35.323
4 Fausto Endara   Ecuador 35.983
5 Renato Rezende   Brazil 36.267
6 Ramiro Marino   Argentina 36.457
7 Carlos Mario Oquendo   Colombia 36.765
8 James Brown   Canada 40.263

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Guadalajara 2011 sessions Archived June 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Men's BMX Qualifying". Archived from the original on 2012-05-15. Retrieved 2011-10-22.
  3. ^ "Men's BMX Semifinal". Archived from the original on 2012-05-23. Retrieved 2011-10-22.
  4. ^ "Men's BMX Final". Archived from the original on 2011-10-23. Retrieved 2011-10-22.