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Athletics at the 2007 Pan American Games The main stadium during the 2007 Games Host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Date(s) 22 – 29 July Main stadium Estádio Olímpico João Havelange Flamengo Park Level Senior Events 47 Records set 13 Games records ← 2003 2011 → 2007 Pan American Games The athletics competition at the 2007 Pan American Games was held at the Flamengo Park and Estádio Olímpico João Havelange in Rio de Janeiro between 22 July and 29 July 2007. In the 47 events that took place, thirteen Games records in athletics were equalled or beaten at the 2007 edition. Cuba fielded its best athletes and easily topped the medal table, winning twelve gold medals and also having the greatest medal haul overall with a total of 30. The hosts, Brazil, took second place on the table having won nine golds and 23 medals overall. The United States – continuing its tradition of fielding a far from full strength squad – had its worst performance ever in the Pan American athletics competition. With six golds for third place, it finished outside of the top two for the first time in Games history (although its medal total of 24 was one greater than second-placed Brazil). Canada and Mexico were the next most successful nations, placing fourth and fifth in the medal tally, respectively. Contents 1 Medal summary 1.1 Men's events 1.2 Women's events 2 Medal table 3 See also 4 References 5 External links // Medal summary Key: WR World record AR Area record CR Championship record NR National record PB Athlete's personal best Men's events Event Gold Silver Bronze 100 metres Churandy Martina  Netherlands Antilles 10.15 Darvis Patton  United States 10.17 Brendan Christian  Antigua and Barbuda 10.26 200 metres Brendan Christian  Antigua and Barbuda 20.37 Marvin Anderson  Jamaica 20.38 Rubin Williams  United States 20.57 400 metres Chris Brown  Bahamas 44.85 Tyler Christopher  Canada 45.05 Chris Lloyd  Dominica 45.40 800 metres Yeimer López  Cuba 1:44.58 CR PB Kléberson Davide  Brazil 1:45.47 Fabiano Peçanha  Brazil 1:45.54 1500 metres Hudson de Souza  Brazil 3:36.32 CR PB Juan Barrios  Mexico 3:37.71 Byron Piedra  Ecuador 3:37.88 NR 5000 metres Ed Moran  United States 13:25.60 CR PB Juan Barrios  Mexico 13:29.87 Marílson Gomes dos Santos  Brazil 13:30.87 10,000 metres José David Galván  Mexico 28:08.74 CR PB Marílson Gomes dos Santos  Brazil 28:09.30 Alejandro Suárez  Mexico 28:09.95 Marathon Franck Caldeira  Brazil 2:14:03 José Amado García  Guatemala 2:14:27 Procopio Franco  Mexico 2:15:18 3000 metres steeplechase Josh McAdams  United States 8:30.49 Michael Spence  United States 8:32.11 José Alberto Sánchez  Cuba 8:36.07 110 metres hurdles Dayron Robles  Cuba 13.25 David Payne  United States 13.43 Yoel Hernández  Cuba 13.50 400 metres hurdles Adam Kunkel  Canada 48.24 Bayano Kamani  Panama 48.70 Laron Bennett  United States 49.07 4 x 100 m relay  Brazil Vicente Lenilson, Rafael Ribeiro, Basilio Morais Junior, Sandro Viana 38.81  Canada Richard Adu-Bobie, Anson Henry, Jared Connaughton, Bryan Barnett 38.87  United States J-Mee Samuels, Rae Edwards, Rubin Williams, Darvis Patton 38.88 4 x 400 m relay  Bahamas Andrae Williams, Avard Moncur, Michael Matheau, Chris Brown 3:01.94  United States Greg Nixon, Jamaal Torrance, Laron Bennett, David Neville 3:02.44  Dominican Republic Carlos Santa Arismendy Peguero Yoel Tapia Félix Sánchez 3:02.48 High jump Víctor Moya  Cuba 2.32 m Donald Thomas  Bahamas 2.30 m James Grayman  Antigua and Barbuda 2.24 m Pole vault Fábio Gomes da Silva  Brazil 5.40 m Giovanni Lanaro  Mexico 5.30 m Germán Chiaraviglio  Argentina 5.20 m Long jump Irving Saladino  Panama 8.28 m Wilfredo Martínez  Cuba 7.92 m Bashir Ramzy  United States 7.90 m Triple jump Jadel Gregório  Brazil 17.27 m Osniel Tosca  Cuba 16.92 m Yoandri Betanzos  Cuba 16.90 m Shot put Dylan Armstrong  Canada 20.10 m Dorian Scott  Jamaica 20.06 m Carlos Véliz  Cuba 19.75 m Discus throw Michael Robertson  United States 59.24 m Adam Kuehl  United States 57.50 m Dariusz Slowik  Canada 57.37 m Hammer throw James Steacy  Canada 73.77 m Kibwe Johnson  United States 73.23 m Juan Ignacio Cerra  Argentina 72.12 m Javelin throw Guillermo Martínez  Cuba 77.66 m Mike Hazle  United States 75.33 m Alexon Maximiano  Brazil 75.04 m 20 km race walk   details Jefferson Pérez  Ecuador 1:22:08 Rolando Saquipay  Ecuador 1:23:28 Gustavo Restrepo  Colombia 1:24:51 50 km race walk   details Xavier Moreno  Ecuador 3:52:07 Horacio Nava  Mexico 3:52:35 Omar Zepeda  Mexico 3:56:04 Decathlon   details Maurice Smith  Jamaica 8278 CR PB Yordanis García  Cuba 8113 Carlos Chinin  Brazil 7977 Women's events Event Gold Silver Bronze 100 metres Mikele Barber  United States 11.02 CR PB Mechelle Lewis  United States 11.24 Chandra Sturrup  Bahamas 11.29 200 metres Roxana Díaz  Cuba 22.90 Sheri-Ann Brooks  Jamaica 22.92 Sherry Fletcher  Grenada 22.96 400 metres Ana Guevara  Mexico 50.34 Christine Amertil  Bahamas 50.99 Indira Terrero  Cuba 51.09 800 metres Diane Cummins  Canada 1:59.75 Rosibel García  Colombia 2:00.02 Zulia Calatayud  Cuba 2:00.34 1500 metres Juliana Santos  Brazil 4:13.36 Mary Jayne Harrelson  United States 4:15.24 Rosibel García  Colombia 4:15.78 (NR) 5000 metres Megan Metcalfe  Canada 15:35.78 Catherine Ferrell  United States 15:42.01 Leticia Rocha de la Cruz  Mexico 15:43.80 10,000 metres Sara Slattery  United States 32:54.11 CR PB Maria Rodriguez de la Cruz  Mexico 32:56.75 Lucélia Perez  Brazil 33:19.48 Marathon Mariela González  Cuba 2:43:11 Márcia Narloch  Brazil 2:45:10 Sirlene Pinho  Brazil 2:47:36 3000 metres steeplechase Sabine Heitling  Brazil 9:51.13 CR PB Talis Apud  Mexico 9:55.43 (NR) Zenaide Vieira  Brazil 9:55.71 100 metres hurdles Delloreen Ennis-London  Jamaica 12.65 CR PB Perdita Felicien  Canada 12.65 CR Angela Whyte  Canada 12.72 400 metres hurdles Sheena Johnson  United States 54.64 Nickiesha Wilson  Jamaica 54.91 Nicole Leach  United States 54.97 4 x 100 m relay  Jamaica Sheri-Ann Brooks Tracy-Ann Rowe Aleen Bailey Peta-Gaye Gayle 43.58  United States Shareese Woods Mechelle Lewis Alexis Weatherspoon Mikele Barber 43.62  Cuba Virgen Benavides Roxana Díaz Misleidys Lazo Anay Tejeda 43.80 4 x 400 m relay  Cuba Aymee Martinez Daimy Pernia Zulia Calatayud Indira Terrero 3:27.51  Mexico Maria Teresa Rugerio Gabriela E. Medina Zudykey Rodriguez Ana Guevara 3:27.75  United States Debbie Dunn Angel Perkins Latonia Wilson Nicole Leach 3:27.84 High jump Romary Rifka  Mexico 1.95 m PB Nicole Forrester  Canada 1.95 m Levern Spencer  Saint Lucia 1.87 m Pole vault Fabiana Murer  Brazil 4.60 m CR PB April Steiner  United States 4.40 m Yarisley Garcia  Cuba 4.30 m Long jump Maurren Higa Maggi  Brazil 6.84 m Keila Costa  Brazil 6.73 m Yargelis Savigne  Cuba 6.66 m Triple jump Yargelis Savigne  Cuba 14.80 m CR PB Keila Costa  Brazil 14.38 m Mabel Gay  Cuba 14.26 m Shot put Misleydis Gonzalez  Cuba 18.83 m Yumileidi Cumbá  Cuba 18.28 m Cleopatra Borel-Brown  Trinidad and Tobago 18.22 m Discus throw Yarelis Barrios  Cuba 61.72 m Yania Ferrales  Cuba 61.71 m Elisângela Adriano  Brazil 60.27 m Hammer throw Yipsi Moreno  Cuba 75.20 m CR PB Arasay Thondike  Cuba 68.70 m Jennifer Dahlgren  Argentina 68.37 m Javelin throw Osleidys Menéndez  Cuba 62.34 m Sonia Bisset  Cuba 60.68 m Laverne Eve  Bahamas 58.10 m Heptathlon Jessica Zelinka  Canada 6136 Gretchen Quintana  Cuba 6000 Lucimara da Silva  Brazil 5873 20 km race walk Cristina Lopez  El Salvador 1:38:59 Miriam Ramón  Ecuador 1:40:03 Maria Sanchez  Mexico 1:41:47 Medal table Fabiana Murer en-route to a pole vault Games record Franck Caldeira winning the men's marathon for Brazil Márcia Narloch and Sirlene Pinho with their marathon medals Key      The host country is highlighted in lavender blue Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total 1  Cuba (CUB) 12 8 10 30 2  Brazil (BRA) 9 5 9 23 3  United States (USA) 6 12 6 24 4  Canada (CAN) 6 4 2 12 5  Mexico (MEX) 3 7 5 15 6  Jamaica (JAM) 3 4 0 7 7  Bahamas (BAH) 2 2 2 6 8  Ecuador (ECU) 2 2 1 5 9  Panama (PAN) 1 1 0 2 10  Antigua and Barbuda (ANT) 1 0 2 3 11=  Netherlands Antilles (AHO) 1 0 0 1 11=  El Salvador (ESA) 1 0 0 1 13  Colombia (COL) 0 1 2 3 14  Guatemala (GUA) 0 1 0 1 15  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 3 3 16=  Dominica (DMA) 0 0 1 1 16=  Dominican Republic (DOM) 0 0 1 1 16=  Grenada (GRN) 0 0 1 1 16=  Saint Lucia (LCA) 0 0 1 1 16=  Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 0 0 1 1 Total 47 47 47 141 See also Wikimedia Commons has media related to: 2007 Pan American Games athletics 2007 in athletics (track and field) References General Rio opens-up to Athletics at XV Pan-American Games Pérez retains 20km Walk title - Pan-American Games, Day One Moreno takes Hammer with 75.20 Games record – Pan-American Games, Day Two Barber takes 100m title with 11.02 – Pan American Games, Day 3 Ennis-London beats Felicien in a thriller – Pan American Games, Day 4 Cuba's five gold medal party – Pan-Am Games, Day 5 Robles shines with rainy 13.25 – Pan-Am Games Day 6 Brazilian de Almeida wins Marathon - Pan-Am Games, Final Day External links Official site v • d • e Events at the 2007 Pan American Games Archery | Athletics | Badminton | Baseball | Basketball | Beach volleyball | Bowling | Boxing | Canoeing | Cycling | Diving | Equestrian | Fencing | Field hockey | Football | Futsal | Gymnastics | Handball | Judo | Karate | Modern pentathlon | Roller skating | Rowing | Sailing | Shooting | Softball | Squash | Synchronized swimming | Swimming | Table tennis | Taekwondo | Tennis | Triathlon | Volleyball | Water polo | Water skiing | Weightlifting | Wrestling v • d • e Athletics at the Pan American Games 1951 • 1955 • 1959 • 1963 • 1967 • 1971 • 1975 • 1979 • 1983 • 1987 • 1991 • 1995 • 1999 • 2003 • 2007 See also: List of Pan American Games records in athletics