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Archery at the Pan American Games

Archery has been part of the Pan American Games since the 1979 Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico.[1]

Medal table

1979 marked the beginning of the modern archery competition at the Pan American Games. Table includes discontinued events.

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 52 35 7 94
2 Cuba 3 4 8 15
3 Canada 2 10 13 25
4 Mexico 2 7 20 29
5 Colombia 1 1 2 4
6 El Salvador 0 1 2 3
7 Argentina 0 1 1 2
8 Chile 0 1 0 1
9 Brazil 0 0 5 5
10 Puerto Rico 0 0 1 1
10 Venezuela 0 0 1 1
Total 11 nations 60 60 60 180

Current events

Men's Recurve Individual

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1979
 Rodney Baston
United States (USA)
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Stan Siatkowski
Canada (CAN)
1983
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Richard McKinney
United States (USA)
 Renato Emilio
Brazil (BRA)
1987
 Jay Barrs
United States (USA)
 Denis Canuel
Canada (CAN)
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
1991
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)
 Ricardo Rojas
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
 Robert Rusnov
Canada (CAN)
1999
 Jason McKittrick
United States (USA)
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
 Butch Johnson
United States (USA)
2003
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
 Guy Krueger
United States (USA)
 José Ricardo Merlos
El Salvador (SLV)
2007
 Adrian Puentes
Cuba (CUB)
 Juan Carlos Stevens
Cuba (CUB)
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
2011
 Brady Ellison
United States (USA)
 Crispin Duenas
Canada (CAN)
 Daniel Pineda
Colombia (COL)

Men's Recurve Team

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1979
 United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Mexico (MEX)
1983
 United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Mexico (MEX)
1987
 United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Canada (CAN)
1991
 United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Cuba (CUB)
1995
 United States (USA)  Argentina (ARG)  Canada (CAN)
1999
 United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Cuba (CUB)
2003
 United States (USA)  Colombia (COL)  El Salvador (ESA)
2007
 United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Mexico (MEX)
2011
 United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Cuba (CUB)

Women's Recurve Individual

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1979
 Lynette Johnson
United States (USA)
 Carol Strausburg
United States (USA)
 Joan McDonald
Canada (CAN)
1983
 Ruth Rowe
United States (USA)
 Deborah Ochs
United States (USA)
 Linda Kazienko
Canada (CAN)
1987
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Trena King
United States (USA)
 Eva Bueno
Cuba (CUB)
1991
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Jennifer O'Donnell
United States (USA)
 Aurora Bretón
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Janet Dykman
United States (USA)
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
 Marisol Bretón
Mexico (MEX)
1999
 Yaremis Pérez
Cuba (CUB)
 Denisse van Lamoen
Chile (CHI)
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
2003
 Jennifer Nichols
United States (USA)
 Claudia Lissette Landaverde
El Salvador (SLV)
 Stephanie Miller
United States (USA)
2007
 Jennifer Nichols
United States (USA)
 Aída Román
Mexico (MEX)
 Ana Maria Rendon
Colombia (COL)
2011
 Alejandra Valencia
Mexico (MEX)
 Miranda Leek
United States (USA)
 Aída Román
Mexico (MEX)

Women's Recurve Team

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1979
 United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Brazil (BRA)
1983
 United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Brazil (BRA)
1987
 United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Cuba (CUB)
1991
 United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Cuba (CUB)
1995
 United States (USA)  Cuba (CUB)  Canada (CAN)
1999
 United States (USA)  Cuba (CUB)  Mexico (MEX)
2003
 United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Venezuela (VEN)
2007
 Colombia (COL)  Canada (CAN)  United States (USA)
2011
 Mexico (MEX)  United States (USA)  Cuba (CUB)

Discontinued Events

Men's Recurve - 30 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Jerry Pylypchuk
United States (USA)
 Richard McKinney
United States (USA)
 Alfonso Donate
Cuba (CUB)
1991
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)
 Jay Barrs
United States (USA)
 Ricardo Rojas
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)
 Robert Rusnov
Canada (CAN)

Men's Recurve - 50 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Jerry Pylypchuk
United States (USA)
 Carlos Mesa
Mexico (MEX)
1991
 Eric Brumlow
United States (USA)
 Miguel León
Cuba (CUB)
 Ricardo Rojas
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Victor Wunderle
United States (USA)
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)
 Robert Rusnov
Canada (CAN)

Men's Recurve - 70 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Renato Emilio
Brazil (BRA)
1991
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Eric Brumlow
United States (USA)
 Eduardo Messmacher
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Robert Rusnov
Canada (CAN)
 Butch Johnson
United States (USA)
 Edwin Eliason
United States (USA)

Men's Recurve - 90 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Darrell Pace
United States (USA)
 Richard McKinney
United States (USA)
 Daniel Desnoyers
Canada (CAN)
1991
 Eric Brumlow
United States (USA)
 Jay Barrs
United States (USA)
 Ricardo Rojas
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Robert Rusnov
Canada (CAN)
 Jeannot Robitaile
Canada (CAN)
 Pablo Blasgall
Argentina (ARG)

Women's Recurve - 30 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Luann Ryon
United States (USA)
 Ruth Rowe
United States (USA)
 Linda Kazienko
Canada (CAN)
1991
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Kitty Frazier
United States (USA)
 Aurora Bretón
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Janet Dykman
United States (USA)
 María Reyes
Puerto Rico (PUR)

Women's Recurve - 50 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Deborah Ochs
United States (USA)
 Luann Ryon
United States (USA)
 Linda Kazienko
Canada (CAN)
1991
 Janet Dykman
United States (USA)
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Miriam Véliz
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Janet Dykman
United States (USA)
 Marisol Bretón
Mexico (MEX)

Women's Recurve - 60 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Ruth Rowe
United States (USA)
 Deborah Ochs
United States (USA)
 Aurora Bretón
Mexico (MEX)
1991
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Jennifer O'Donnell
United States (USA)
 Alejandra García
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Ruth Rowe
United States (USA)
 Marisol Bretón
Mexico (MEX)

Women's Recurve - 70 Meters

[1]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1983
 Ruth Rowe
United States (USA)
 Deborah Ochs
United States (USA)
 Aurora Bretón
Mexico (MEX)
1991
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Kitty Frazier
United States (USA)
 Aurora Bretón
Mexico (MEX)
1995
 Jacquelin Fernández
Cuba (CUB)
 Denise Parker
United States (USA)
 Marisol Bretón
Mexico (MEX)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Pan American Games Medalists: Archery
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