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  • Wednesday, August 4, 1999

    Results Day 14

     WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) -- Final results Wednesday from the Pan American Games:
     BEACH VOLLEYBALL
     Men
     Bronze Medal
     Roberto Lopes and Vieira Franco, Brazil, def. Ihosvany Chambers and Lazaro Milian, Cuba, 12-5, 12-9.
     Gold Medal
     Jody Holden and Conrad Leinemann, Canada, def. Adriano Dias and Luis Barbos da Silva, Brazil, 12-8, 11-12, 13-11.
     Women
     Bronze Medal
     Laura Almaral and Mayra Huerta, Mexico, def. Barb Broen-Ouellette and Christine Lussier, Canada, 12-6, 7-12, 12-8.
     Gold Medal
     Adriana Behar and Shelda Bede, Brazil, def. Jenny Pavley, Agoura Hills, Calif., and Marsha Miller, Los Angeles, 12-5, 12-0.
     
     BOWLING
     Men
     Team
     1, United States (John Eiss, Orono, Minn,; John Gains, Davidsonville, Md.; Tony Manna Jr., Omaha, Neb.; Michael Mullin, New City, N.Y.), 14,798. 2, Canada (Marc Doi, Mathieu Chouinard, Alana Tone, Jean-Sebastien Lessard), 14,354. 3, Mexico (Daniel Flaconi, Victor de la Fuente, Roberto Silva, Ernesto Avila), 14,157. 4, Puerto Rico, 14,099. 5, Colombia, 13,983. 6, Venezuela, 13,885. 7, Dominican Republic, 13,792. 8, Argentina, 13,607. 9, Guatemala, 13,563. 10, Brazil, 13,522. 11, Bermuda, 13,228. 12, El Salvador, 13,118.
     Women
     Team
     1, United States (Debbie Kuhn, Baltimore; Kelly Kulick, Union, N.J.; Janette Piesczynski, Cheektowaga, N.Y.; Tennelle Grijalva, Orange, Calif.), 13,516. 2, Colombia (Clara Guerrero, Sara Vargas, Paola Gomez, Maria Salazar), 13,516. 3, Mexico (Gloria Ortega, Veronica Hernandez, Leticia Ituarte, Maria Martinez), 13,514. 4, Canada, 13,425. 5, Venezuela, 13,414. 6, Guatemala, 13,318. 7, Brazil, 13,095. 8, Puerto Rico, 13,075.
     
     BOXING
     Semifinals
     106 lbs./light flyweight
     Liborio Romero, Mexico, dec. Patricio Calero, Ecuador, 12-4.
     Maikro Romero, Cuba, dec. Ivan Calderon, Puerto Rico, 5-1.
     119 lbs./bantamweight
     Neouar Cermeno, Venezuela, dec. Ceferino Labarda, Argentina, 14-3.
     Gerald Tucker, Cincinnati, dec. Waldemar Font, Cuba, 8-7.
     132 lbs./lightweight
     Dana Laframboise, Canada, dec. Cristian Bejarano, Mexico, 6-1.
     Mario Kindelan, Cuba, dec. Patric Lopez, Venezuela, 11-2.
     147 lbs./welterweight
     Jeremy Molitor, Canada, dec. Charlie Navarro, Venezuela, 6-2.
     Juan Hernandez, Cuba, dec. Le Chaunce Shepherd, Marquette, Mich., 5-1.
     165 lbs./middleweight
     Arthur Palac, Hamtramck, Mich., dec. Jim Rodriguez, Venezuela, 11-2.
     Yohason Martinez, Cuba, dec. Jose Herrera, Colombia, 9-8.
     201 lbs./heavyweight
     Mark Simmons, Canada, dec. Kerron Speid, Jamaica, 7-0.
     Odlaniel Solis, Cuba, dec. Marcelino Novaes Fiho, Brazil, 13-2.
     
     CYCLING
     Men
     Road
     1, Brian Walton, Canada, 4:46:26. 2, Gord Fraser, Canada, 4:48:18. 3, Pedro Perez, Cuba, 4:48:18. 4, David Clinger, Woodland Hills, Calif., 4:48.18. 5, Luis Sepulveda, Chile, 4:48.18. 6, Jesus Zarate, Mexico, 4:48.18. 7, Rubert Albeiro Marin, Colombia, 4:48.18. 8, Marcio May, Brazil, 4:48.18. 23, Levi Leipheimer, Butte, Mont., 4:49:20. Steve Larsen, Davis, Calif., DNF.
     Women
     Road
     1, Karen Dunne, Bloomington, Ind., 2 hours, 11 minutes, 32 seconds. 2, Yoanka Gonzalez, Cuba, 2:11:32. 3, Janildes Silva, Brazil, 2:11:32. 4, Lyne Bessette, Canada, 2:11:32. 5, M. Molina De Ortiz, Guatemala, 2:14:14. 6, F. Delgadillo Ruiz, Colombia, 2:14:40. 7, Clara Hughes, Canada, 2:15:14. 8, Maria Calle, Colombia, 2:15:14. 13, Elizabeth Emery, Philadelphia, 2:15:14. 18, Alison Dunlap, Denver, 2:15:16.
     
     FENCING
     Men
     Epee
     Semifinals
     Jonathan Pena Gonzalez, Puerto Rico, def. Laurie Shong, Canada, 13-12.
     Carlos Pedroso Curiel, Cuba, def. Arturo Simont Zeron, Mexico, 15-10.
     Final
     Carlos Pedroso Curiel, Cuba, def. Jonathan Pena Gonzalez, Puerto Rico, 15-12.
     Women
     Foil
     Semifinals
     Migsey Dusu Arminin, Cuba, def. Adelin Benetiz Ramirez, Cuba, 15-13.
     Cecilia Esteva, Mexico, def. Julie Mahoney, Canada, 15-12.
     Final
     Migsey Dusu Arminin, Cuba, def. Cecilia Esteva, Mexico, 15-8.
     
     JUDO
     Men
     73kg
     Semifinals
     Jimmy Pedro, Lawrence, Mass., def. Ernst Laraque, Haiti, ippon, 1:37.
     Carlos Mendez, Puerto Rico, def. Sebastian Pereira, Brazil, ippon, 2:19.
     Bronze Medal matches
     Sebastian Pereira, Brazil, def. Sebastian Alquati, Argentina, decision.
     Israel Hernandez, Cuba, def. Ernst Laraque, Haiti, yuka, 5:00.
     Gold Medal
     Jimmy Pedro, Lawrence, Mass., def. Carlos Mendez, Puerto Rico, ippon, 4:16.
     90kg
     Semifinals
     Eduardo Costa, Argentina, def. Keith Morgan, Canada, waza-ari.
     Brian Olson, Colorado Springs, def. Luis Lopez, Venezuela, ippon, 1:55.
     Bronze Medal matches
     Yosvane Despaigne Terry, Cuba, def. Luis Lopez Freites, Venezuela, ippon, 1:17.
     Keith Morgan, Canada, def. Edelmar Zanol, Brazil, ippon, 1:59.
     Gold Medal
     Brian Olson, Colorado Springs, def. Eduardo Costa, Argentina, ippon, 0:30.
     Women
     57kg
     Semifinals
     Driulis Gonzalez, Cuba, def. Brigitte Lastrade, Canada, ippon, 0:20.
     Roxana Garcia Miranda, Puerto Rico, def. Claudia Quinteros, Argentina, yuka, 4:00.
     Bronze Medal matches
     Danielle Zangrando, Brazil, def. Claudia Quinteros, Argentina, waza-ari.
     Brigitte Lastrade, Canada, def. Alicia Herrea Arraez, Venezuela, koka, 4:00.
     Gold Medal
     Driulis Gonzalez, Cuba, def. Roxana Garcia Miranda, Puerto Rico, ippon, 1:15.
     70kg
     Semifinals
     Xiomara Griffith, Venezuela, def. Lilian Carrera, Ecuador, ippon, 1:48.
     Sibelis Veranes, Cuba, def. Marie-Helene Chisholm, Canada, koka, 4:00.
     Bronze Medal matches
     Lorena Briceno, Argentina, def. Lilian Carrera, Ecuador, ippon, 1:34.
     Sandra Bacher, San Jose, Calif., def. Marie-Helene Chisholm, Canada, koka, 4:00.
     Gold Medal
     Sibelis Veranes, Cuba, def. Xiomara Griffith, Venezuela, ippon, 2:29.
     
     SQUASH
     Men
     Singles
     Bronze Medal
     F. Uzandizaga, Argentina, def. R. Conceico, Brazil, 9-5, 3-9, 1-9, 9-3, 9-6.
     Gold Medal
     Graham Ryding, Canada, def. Jorge Gutierrez, Argentina, 9-2, 9-3, 9-3.
     Women
     Singles
     Bronze Medal
     Latoshya Khan, Seattle, def. Marnie Baizley, Canada, 9-3, 4-9, 9-6, 10-9.
     Gold Medal
     Melanie Jans, Canada, def. Deming Holleran, Wynnewood, Pa., 9-5, 10-8, 9-1.
     
     SWIMMING
     Men
     100 Freestyle
     1, Fernando Scherer, Brazil, 49:19. 2, Jose Meolans, Argentina, 49:94. 3, Gustavo Borges, Brazil, 50:10. 4, Scott Tucker, Seminole, Fla., 50:15. 5, Ricardo Busquets, Puerto Rico, 50:40. 6, Hernandez Rodriguez, Cuba, 50.52. 7, Dan Phillips, Ypsilanti, Mich., 50.71. 8, Yannick Lupien, Canada, 50.73.
     200 Backstroke
     1, Leonardo Costa, Brazil, 1:59.33. 2, Aaron Peirsol, Huntington Beach, Calif., 1:59.77. 3, Dan Shevchik, Wilton, Conn., 2:00.27. 4, Dustin Hersee, Canada, 2:01.30. 5, Mark Versfeld, Canada, 2:03.52. 6, Alejandro Bermudez, Colombia, 2:03.73. 7, N. Bent Vazquez, Cuba, 2:04.06. 8, Mike Fung, Surinam, 2:08.70.
     Women
     100 Backstroke
     1, Kelly Stefayshyn, Canada, 1:02.14. 2, Denali Knapp, Davis, Calif., 1:02.45. 3, Beth Botsford, Timonium, Md., 1:02.48. 4, Amanda Gammel, Canada, 1:02.91. 5, Fabiola Molina, Brazil, 1:03.57. 6. A. Gonzalez Miranda, Cuba, 1:03.83. 7, Cristiane Nakama, Brazil, 1:05.25. 8, Florencia Szigeti, Argentina, 1:07.88.
     400 Freestyle
     1, Kaitlin Sandeno, Lake Forest, Calif., 4:10.74. 2, Anelle Atkinson, Jamaica, 4:10.83. 3, Joanne Malar, Canada, 4:12.64. 4, Julia Stowers, Knoxville, Tenn., 4:16.79. 5, Ana Muniz, Brazil, 4:19.47. 6, Nayara Ribeiro, Brazil, 4:19.75. 7, Patrici Villareal, Mexico, 4:24.66. 8, Michelle Diago, Puerto Rico, 4:25.18.
     400 Freestyle Relay
     1, Canada (Jessica Deglau, Marianne Limpert, Sarah Evanetz, Laura Nicholls), 3:45.07. 2, United States (Tammie Spatz, Saginaw, Mich.; Courtney Shealy, Columbia, S.C.; Stef Williams, Bloomsburg, Pa.; Jen Eberwein, Maple Glen, Pa.), 3:45.72. 3, Brazil (Juliana Machado, Rebeca Gusmao, Flavia Delaroli, Tatiana Lima), 3:50.37. 4, Jamaica, 4:04.76.
     
     WEIGHTLIFTING
     (Snatch and Clean&Jerk lifts in parentheses)
     Men
     69kg
     1, Rolando Delgado, Cuba (142.5, 175.0), 317.5. 2, Jonny Gonzalez, Colombia (137.5, 177.5), 315.0. 3, Heriberto Barbosa, Colombia (140.0, 175.0), 315.0. 4, Alexis Batista, Panama (137.5, 175.0), 312.5. 5, Sebastien Groul, Canada (130.0, 162.5), 292.5. 6, H. Blanco Moreno, Venezuela (125.0, 165.0), 290.0. 7, F. Caceres Rosales, El Salvador (127.5, 160.0), 287.5. 8, Rene Vallejo, Ecuador (127.5, 152.5), 280.0.
     Women
     53kg
     1, Robin Goad, Newnan, Ga. (85.0, 102.5), 187.5. 2, Nancy del Carmen Maneiro, Venezuela (77.5, 97.5), 175.0. 3, Luz Adriana Gallego, Colombia (72.5, 95.0), 167.5. 4, Viviana Munoz, Colombia (70.0, 92.5), 162.5. 5, Sandra Rosas, Ecuador (72.5, 85.0), 157.5. 6, F. Fernandez, Argentina (62.5, 82.5), 145.0. 7, Maria Jorge, Brazil (60.0, 80.0), 140.0. 8, Melanie Kosoff, Auburn, Wash., (75.0, NL), 0.
     58kg
     1, Maryse Turcotte, Canada (87.5, 112.5), 200.0. 2, Nanct Niro, Canada (87.5, 105.0), 192.5. 3, Zoraya Jimenez, Mexico (85.0, 105.0), 190.0. 4, N. Lugo Rivera, Puerto Rico (67.5, 95.0), 162.5. 5, P. Sosa Berdugo, El Salvador (67.5, 92.5), 160.0.


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