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Pan American Badminton Championships

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The Pan American Badminton Championships is a tournament organized since 1977 by the Badminton Pan America (BPA) to crown the best badminton players in the Americas. The tournament was held every year from 1977 until 1980, then every two years from 1987 until 2007. It is now organized annually, except once every four years when the Pan American Games multi-sports event is held. Badminton is part of the Pan American Games since 1995. Since then, 2007 was the only year both events (the Pan American Badminton Championships and the Pan American Games) were held simultaneously in the same year. The Pan American Badminton Championships once had a Grand Prix status.

Individual championshipsEdit

Host citiesEdit

Year City Nation
1977 Moncton   Canada
1978 Lima   Peru
1979 Mexico City   Mexico
1980 San Diego   United States
1987 Lima   Peru
1989 Mexico City   Mexico
1991 Kingston   Jamaica
1993 Guatemala City   Guatemala
1997 Winnipeg   Canada
1999* Havana   Cuba
2001 Lima   Peru
2005 Bridgetown   Barbados
2007 Calgary   Canada
2008 Lima   Peru
Year Host City Country
2009 Guadalajara   Mexico
2010 Curitiba   Brazil
2012 Lima   Peru
2013 Santo Domingo   Dominican Republic
2014 Markham[1]   Canada
2016 Campinas   Brazil
2017 Santo Domingo   Dominican Republic
2018 Guatemala City   Guatemala
2019 Aguascalientes   Mexico
2020 Guatemala City   Guatemala

(*) = Cancelled

Past winnersEdit

Year Men's Singles Women's Singles Men's Doubles Women's Doubles Mixed Doubles
2019   Osleni Guerrero   Michelle Li   Jason Anthony Ho-Shue
  Nyl Yakura
  Rachel Honderich
  Kristen Tsai
  Joshua Hurlburt-Yu
  Josephine Wu
2018   Ygor Coelho de Oliveira   Ty Alexander Lindeman
  Josephine Wu
2017   Rachel Honderich   Michelle Tong
  Josephine Wu
  Toby Ng
  Rachel Honderich
2016   Jason Anthony Ho-Shue   Brittney Tam   Nyl Yakura
  Brittney Tam
2015
No 2015 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 2015 Pan Am Games
2014   Osleni Guerrero   Michelle Li   Adrian Liu
  Derrick Ng
  Eva Lee
  Paula Lynn Obanana
  Toby Ng
  Alexandra Bruce
2013
2012   Kevin Cordón   Christin Tsai   Alexandra Bruce
  Phyllis Chan
  Derrick Ng
  Alexandra Bruce
2011
No 2011 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 2011 Pan Am Games
2010   Stephan Wojcikiewicz   Cee Nantana Ketpura   Sameera Gunatileka
  Vincent Nguy
  Grace Gao
  Joycelyn Ko
  Toby Ng
  Grace Gao
2009   Kevin Cordón   Anna Rice   Kevin Cordón
  Rodolfo Ramirez
  Milaine Cloutier
  Valerie St. Jacques
2008   David Snider   Claudia Rivero   Toby Ng
  William Milroy
  Cristina Aicardi
  Claudia Rivero
  William Milroy
  Fiona McKee
2007   Stephan Wojcikiewicz   Anna Rice   Mike Beres
  William Milroy
  Fiona Mckee
  Charmaine Reid
  Howard Bach
  Eva Lee
2005   Andrew Dabeka   Charmaine Reid   Khan "Bob" Malaythong
  Raju Rai
  Helen Nichol
  Charmaine Reid
  Mike Beres
  Jody Patrick
2003
No 2003 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 2003 Pan Am Games
2001   Kevin Han   Meluawati   Kevin Han
  Howard Bach
  Milaine Cloutier
  Helen Nichol
  Keith Chan
  Milaine Cloutier
1999
No 1999 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 1999 Pan Am Games
1997   Kevin Han   Denyse Julien   Kevin Han
  Howard Bach
  Milaine Cloutier
  Robbyn Hermitage
  Iain Sydie
  Denyse Julien
1995
No 1995 Pan Am Badminton Championships due to 1995 Pan Am Games
1993   Mario Carulla   Debra O'Connor   Mario Carulla
  Jose Antonio Iturriaga
  Silvia Jimenez
  Maria Theresa Montero
  Gustavo Salazar
  Maria Theresa Montero
1991   Jaimie Dawson   Denyse Julien   Mike Bitten
  Bryan Blanshard
  Denyse Julien
  Doris Piche
  Jaimie Dawson
  Denyse Julien
1989   John Goss   Doris Piche   Chris Jogis
  Benny Lee
  Doris Piche
  Chantal Jobin
  Mike Bitten
  Doris Piche
1987          
1980
1978
Not available
1977   Roy Díaz González   Wendy Clarkson   Jaimie McKee
  John Czich
  Pam Bristol Brady
  Judianne Kelly
  Bruce Pontow
  Pam Bristol Brady

Team championshipsEdit

Mixed teamEdit

Host citiesEdit

Year Host City Country
1977 Moncton   Canada
1978 Lima   Peru
1979 Mexico City   Mexico
1980 San Diego   United States
1987 Lima   Peru
1989 Mexico City   Mexico
1991 Kingston   Jamaica
1993 Guatemala City   Guatemala
1997 Winnipeg   Canada
2001 Lima   Peru
2005 Bridgetown   Barbados
2007 Calgary   Canada
2008 Lima   Peru
Year Host City Country
2009 Guadalajara   Mexico
2010 Curitiba   Brazil
2012 Lima   Peru
2013 Santo Domingo   Dominican Republic
2014 Markham   Canada
2016 Campinas   Brazil
2017 Santo Domingo   Dominican Republic
2019 Lima   Peru

Past medalistsEdit

Year Champion Runner-up Score Bronze Results
2019   Canada   United States 3–0   Brazil 2019 Results
2017   Canada   Brazil 3–0   United States 2017 Results
2016   Canada   Brazil 3–2   Peru 2016 Results
2014   Canada   United States 3–2   Brazil 2014 Results
2013   Canada   United States 3–1   Brazil 2013 Results
2012   Canada   United States 3–1   Brazil 2012 Results
2010   Canada   United States 3–1   Peru 2010 Results
2009   Canada   Peru 3–0   Mexico 2009 Results
2008   Canada   Peru 3–2   United States 2008 Results
2007   Canada   United States 3–1
2005   Canada   United States 3–2   Peru
2001   United States   Canada 3–2   Guatemala
1997   Canada   United States   Peru
1993   Peru   Guatemala   Mexico
1991   Canada   United States
1989   Canada   United States
1987   Canada   Peru
1980
1979   Canada   United States
1978   Canada   Peru
1977   Canada   United States

Men's and women's teamEdit

Male & Female Pan Am Team Continental Championships (until 2012 the Thomas & Uber Cup Pan Am qualification)

Venue Year Men's team Women's team
City Country Champion Runner-up Score Champion Runner-up Score
Salvador, Bahia   Brazil 2020
Tacarigua   Trinidad and Tobago 2018   Canada   United States 3–0   Canada   United States 3–0
Guadalajara   Mexico 2016   Mexico   Canada 3–0   United States   Canada 3–2
2014   Canada
El Monte   United States 2012   United States   Guatemala 3–1   United States   Canada 3–2
Lima   Peru 2010   Peru   Canada 3–1   United States   Peru 3–1
Campinas   Brazil 2008   Canada   United States 3–0   United States   Canada 3–1
2006   United States   Canada 3–2   United States   Canada 3–0
2004
1988
1986
Toronto   Canada 1984

ReferencesEdit

  • "The first Pan-American Championships", World Badminton, July–August 1977, 11.

External linksEdit