Cycling at the 2019 Pan American Games

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Cycling at the XVIII Pan American Games
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Cycling pictograms
VenueCircuito BMX (BMX)
Pista de skateboarding (BMX freestyle)
Morro Solar (mountain biking)
Circuito San Miguel (road)
Velodrome (track)
DatesJuly 28 – August 11, 2019
Competitors250 from 24 nations
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Cycling competitions at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru were held at five venues across Lima. The Circuito BMX held the BMX racing competitions, the Pista de skateboarding held the freestyle BMX events. Morro Solar staged the mountain biking competitions, and the Circuito San Miguel staged the road competitions. Finally the velodrome staged the track cycling competitions.[1]

The BMX competitions started on August 7 and finished on the 11th (the last of the games), while mountain biking started on the 28th of July. Road cycling competitions started on the 7th and 10th of August. Track cycling competitions were held between August 1st and 4th.

In 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) made several changes to its sports program, which were subsequently implemented for these games. Included in this was the addition of the BMX freestyle event for the first time to the Pan American Games sports program. Also added was the addition of the Madison event in track cycling for men and women.[2][3]

22 medal events were contested, four in BMX, two in mountain biking and four in road cycling and 12 in track cycling. Each discipline was gender neutral in terms of events. A total of 250 cyclists qualified to compete at the games.[4]

Competition schedule[edit]

The following is the competition schedule for the Cycling competitions:

Q Qualification ¼ Quarterfinals ½ Semifinals F Final
BMX, mountain biking and road cycling
Event↓/Date → Sun 28 Wed 7 Thu 8 Fri 9 Sat 10 Sun 11
BMX
Men's BMX racing Q ¼ ½ F
Women's BMX racing Q ½ F
Men's BMX freestyle Q F
Women's BMX freestyle Q F
Mountain biking
Men's cross-country F
Women's cross-country F
Road cycling
Men's road race F
Men's time trial F
Women's road race F
Women's time trial F

Medal table[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Peru)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)7119
2 Colombia (COL)53412
3 Mexico (MEX)34411
4 Canada (CAN)1315
5 Argentina (ARG)1236
6 Trinidad and Tobago (TTO)1203
7 Chile (CHI)1146
8 Venezuela (VEN)1124
9 Cuba (CUB)1113
10 Ecuador (ECU)1001
11 Brazil (BRA)0415
12 Peru (PER)*0011
Totals (12 nations)22222266

Medalists[edit]

BMX[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's racing
details
Alfredo Campo
 Ecuador
Anderson Souza Filho
 Brazil
Federico Villegas
 Argentina
Women's racing
details
Mariana Pajón
 Colombia
Paola Reis
 Brazil
Stefany Hernández
 Venezuela
Men's freestyle
details
Daniel Dhers
 Venezuela
José Torres
 Argentina
Justin Dowell
 United States
Women's freestyle
details
Hannah Roberts
 United States
Macarena Pérez
 Chile
Agustina Roth
 Argentina

Mountain biking[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's cross-country
details
Gerardo Ulloa
 Mexico
Henrique Avancini
 Brazil
Martín Vidaurre
 Chile
Women's cross-country
details
Daniela Campuzano
 Mexico
Sofía Gómez
 Argentina
Jaqueline Mourão
 Brazil

Road cycling[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's road race
details
Maximiliano Richeze
 Argentina
Ignacio Prado
 Mexico
Bryan Gómez
 Colombia
Women's road race
details
Arlenis Sierra
 Cuba
Teniel Campbell
 Trinidad and Tobago
Lizbeth Salazar
 Mexico
Men's time trial
details
Daniel Felipe Martínez
 Colombia
Magno Nazaret
 Brazil
José Luis Rodríguez Aguilar
 Chile
Women's time trial
details
Chloé Dygert Owen
 United States
Teniel Campbell
 Trinidad and Tobago
Laurie Jussaume
 Canada

Track cycling[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team pursuit
details
 United States (USA)
John Croom
Gavin Hoover
Ashton Lambie
Adrian Hegyvary
 Colombia (COL)
Juan Arango
Marvin Angarita
Jordan Parra
Brayan Sánchez
Bryan Gómez
 Chile (CHI)
Antonio Cabrera
José Luis Rodríguez
Felipe Peñaloza
Pablo Seisdedos
Women's team pursuit
details
 United States (USA)
Lily Williams
Christina Birch
Kimberly Geist
Chloé Dygert Owen
 Canada (CAN)
Laurie Jussaume
Maggie Coles-Lyster
Miriam Brouwer
Erin Attwell
 Colombia (COL)
Milena Salcedo
Lina Rojas
Jessica Parra
Lina Hernández
Men's individual sprint
details[a]
Nicholas Paul
 Trinidad and Tobago
Kevin Quintero
 Colombia
Hersony Canelón
 Venezuela
Women's individual sprint
details
Kelsey Mitchell
 Canada
Martha Bayona
 Colombia
Daniela Gaxiola
 Mexico
Men's team sprint
details[b]
 Colombia (COL)
Rubén Murillo
Kevin Quintero
Santiago Ramírez
 Mexico (MEX)
Manuel Reséndez
Juan Ruiz
Edgar Verdugo
 Peru (PER)
Francis Cachique
Robinson Ruiz
Ruben Salinas
Women's team sprint
details
 Mexico (MEX)
Daniela Gaxiola
Jessica Salazar
 Canada (CAN)
Kelsey Mitchell
Amelia Walsh
 Colombia (COL)
Martha Bayona
Juliana Gaviria
Men's keirin
details
Kevin Quintero
 Colombia
Hersony Canelón
 Venezuela
Leandro Bottasso
 Argentina
Women's keirin
details
Martha Bayona
 Colombia
Lisandra Guerra
 Cuba
Yuli Verdugo
 Mexico
Men's omnium
details
Daniel Holloway
 United States
Ignacio Prado
 Mexico
Felipe Peñaloza
 Chile
Women's omnium
details
Jennifer Valente
 United States
Lizbeth Salazar
 Mexico
Arlenis Sierra
 Cuba
Men's madison
details
 Chile (CHI)
Antonio Cabrera
Felipe Peñaloza
 United States (USA)
Gavin Hoover
Adrian Hegyvary
 Colombia (COL)
Brayan Sánchez
Juan Arango
Women's madison
details
 United States (USA)
Christina Birch
Kimberly Geist
 Canada (CAN)
Maggie Coles-Lyster
Miriam Brouwer
 Mexico (MEX)
Lizbeth Salazar
Jessica Bonilla
  • Men's sprint Njisane Phillip of Trinidad and Tobago originally won the silver medal, but was disqualified for doping.
  • Men's team sprint Trinidad and Tobago team originally won gold medals but was disqualified due to anti-doping rules violation by Njisane Phillip. Brazilian team originally won bronze medals but was disqualified due to anti-doping rules violation by Kacio Fonseca.

Qualification[edit]

A total of 250 (143 men and 107 women) cyclists will qualify to compete. 160 will qualify in road/track, 34 in mountain biking and 56 in BMX. Various events and rankings were used to determine the qualifiers. A nation could enter a maximum of 26 athletes, four in mountain biking (two per gender), six in BMX (three per gender) and a combined 16 for road and track (ten men and six women). Peru as host nation, was automatically awarded the maximum quota of 26 spots.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pan American Schedule" (PDF). www.lima2019.pe. Lima Organizing Committee for the 2019 Pan and Parapan American Games (COPAL). 13 June 2019. Archived from the original (PDF) on 16 June 2019. Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Tokyo 2020 event programme to see major boost for female, youth and urban appeal". www.olympic.org/. International Olympic Committee. 9 June 2017. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  3. ^ Mather, Victor (9 June 2017). "Olympics Adds 3-on-3 Basketball and Mixed Gender Relays". The New York Times. New York City, New York. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  4. ^ a b "Qualification System manual" (PDF). www.panamsports.org/. Pan American Sports Organization. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 29 May 2018.

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