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  • Thursday, August 5, 1999

    Results Day 15

     WINNIPEG (CP) -- Results Thursday at the 13th Pan American Games (all distances in metres):
     BASKETBALL
     Women
     Semifinals
     Cuba 87 U.S. 78
     Canada 56 Brazil 54
     FENCING
     Men
     Gold Medal
     Individual Sabre: C.A. Maya Camejo, Cuba, def. A.A. Spencer-El, 15-10.
     Semifinals (Losers win bronze medals)
     Individual Sabre: C.A. Maya Camejo, Cuba, def. Michel Boulos, Candiac, Que., 15-14; A.A. Spencer-El, U.S., def. A.I. Faure Jimenez, Cuba, 15-13.
     Women
     Gold Medal
     Team Epee: Cuba (T. Estery Almeida, Z. Ortiz Puente, Eimey Gomez Chibas), def. Canada (Sherraine Schalm, Brooks, Alta., Heather Landymore, Halifax, Monique Kavelaars, Toronto), 45-37.
     Bronze Medal
     Team Epee: U.S. (Nhi Le, Stephanie Eim, Sarah Orman), def. Puerto Rico, (M. Escanellas Vilar, M.C. Walker Arroyo, M. Morenco Campza), 45-32.
     JUDO
     Men
     Gold Medal
     81 kg: G. Arteaga Risquet, def. Flavio Canto Brazil, by kok.
     Bronze Medals
     81 kg: Maxime Roberge, Montreal, def. Todd Brehe, U.S., by waz; Gaston Garcia, Argentina, def. H. Mangles De, Cuba, by yuk.
     Women
     Gold Medal
     63 kg: Vania Ishii, Brazil, def. Celita Schutz, U.S., by waz.
     Bronze Medals
     63 kg: E. Vargas Reyes, Dominican Republic, def. Sophie Roberge, Beauport, Que., by kok; K. Rodriguez Ocana, Cuba, def. Miriam Ruiz, Mexico, by ippon.
     SOCCER
     Women
     Gold Medal
     U.S. 1 Mexico 0
     SWIMMING
     Men
     200 Breastroke: 1. Morgan Knabe, Edmonton, 2:14.73 (Games Record); 2. Steven West, U.S., 2:16.26; 3. Mark Gangloff, U.S., 2:16.60; 4. Marcelo Tomazini, Brazil, 2:17.04; 5. Michel Boulianne, Loretteville, Que., 2:17.93; (tie) Mario Gonzalez Montesino, Cuba, 2:17.93; 7. Alvaro Fortuny Lopez, Guatemala, 2:20.13; 8. Fabio Mauro Silva, Brazil, 2:22.14.
     400 Freestyle: 1. Luiz Lima, Brazil, 3:52.25; 2. Austin Ramirez, U.S., 3:53.64; 3. Richard Say, Salmon Arm, B.C., 3:54.66; 4. Mark Johnston, St. Catharines, Ont., 3:56.68; 5. Alejandro Bermudez, Colombia, 3:57.77; 6. Ricardo Monasterio, Venezuela, 3:58.65; 7. Damian Arthur Alleyne, Barbados, 3:58.90; 8. Nathaniel Lewis, U.S., 3:58.99.
     4x100 Freestyle: 1. Brazil, (Fernando Scherer, Cesar Qintaes, Andre Cordeiro, Gustavo Borges) 3 minutes 17.18 seconds (Games Record); 2. U.S., (Scott Tucker, Daniel Phillips, Jarod Schroeder, Justin Ewers), 3:19.00; 3. Venezuela, (Luis Rojas, Francisco Paez, O. Quevedo, F. Sanchez), 3:22.21; 4. Canada, (Yannick Lupien, Aylmer, Que., Brian Johns, Richmond, B.C., Criag Hutchison, Pointe-Claire, Que., Mark Johnston, St. Catharines, Ont., 3:22.48; 5. Bahamas, 3:31.46; 6. Bermuda, 3:36.05; 7. Peru, 3:39.32; 8. U.S. Virgin Islands, 3:39.40.
     Women
     100 Butterfly: 1. Karen Campbell, U.S., 1:00.05; 2. Jessica Deglau, Vancouver, 1:00.70; 3. Karine Chevrier, Montreal, 1:01.15; 4. Sylvia Bereknyei, U.S., 1:01.97; 5. Siobhan Cropper, Trinidad & Tobago, 1:02.76; 6. Paola Espaa, Mexico, 1:02.78; 7. Maria Pereyra, Argentina, 1:03.35; 8. Tanya Schuh, Brazil, 1:03.64.
     100 Breastroke: 1. Staciana Stitts, U.S., 1:09.16 (Games Record); 2. Kristen Woodring, U.S., 1:09.65; 3. Lauren van Oosten, Nanaimo, B.C., 1:10.06; 4. Mikeila Torres Leyva, Cuba, 1:12.48; 5. Imaday Nuez Gonzalez, Cuba, 1:12.82; 6. Patricia Silv Silva, Brazil, 1:13.10; 7. Isabel Ceballos, Colombia, 1:13.29; 8. Adriana Marmolejo, Mexico, 1:13.87.
     TEAM HANDBALL
     Men
     Pool C: Canada 22 Uruguay 20
     Semifinals
     Cuba 38 U.S. 20
     Brazil 23 Argentina 22
     Women
     Cuba 25 U.S. 22
     Brazil 32 Argentina 23
     Canada 19 Uruguay 13
     TENNIS
     Men
     Gold Medal
     Singles: Paul Goldstein, U.S., def. Cecil Mamiit, U.S., 4-6, 6-0, 6-3.
     Bronze Medallists
     Singles: Paulo Taicher, Brazil and David Nalbandian, Argentina.
     Gold Medal
     Doubles: Andre Sa and Paulo Taicher, Brazil, def. M Osorio Salinas and Oscar Ortiz, 7-6 (8-6), 6-2.
     Bronze Medallists
     Doubles: Robert Bryan and Michael Bryan, U.S. and Maurice Ruah and Johny Romero, Venezuela.
     Women
     Gold Medal
     Singles: Maria Vento, Venezuela, def. Tara Snyder, U.S., 7-6 (7-3), 6-1.
     Bronze Medallists
     Singles: Alexandra Stevenson, U.S., and M.I. Diaz-Oliva, Argentina.
     Gold Medal
     Doubles: Joana Santos, and Vanessa Menga, Brazil, def. B. Castro Diaz and Paula Cabezas, Chile, 6-0, 7-6 (7-5).
     Bronze Medallists
     Doubles: Renata Kolbovic, Vancouver and Aneta Soukup, Kitchener, Ont., and M.I. Diaz-Oliva and Clarisa Fernandez, Argentina.
     WEIGHLIFTING
     Men
     Combined Clean & Jerk and Snatch
     77 kg: 1. Hidalberto Aranda Quintero, Cuba, 150.0 (snatch) 205.0 (clean & Jerk; New World Record), 355.0 total kilograms; 2. Walter Llerena, Ecuador, 150.0, 182.5, 332.5; 3. Oscar Chaplin Iii, U.S., 150.0, 182.5, 332.5; 4. Carlos Sauri Cruz, Puerto Rico, 140.0, 165.0, 305.0; 5. Marcelo Gandolfo, Argentina, 130.0, 170.0, 300.0;
     6. Guy Hamilton, Montreal, 132.5, 167.5, 300.0; 7. Edward Silva, Uruguay, 122.5, 145.0, 267.5.
     Combined Clean & Jerk and Snatch
     85 kg: 1. Alvaro Velasco, Colombia, 162.5, 190.0, 352.5; 2. Jose Llerena, Ecuador, 147.5, 192.5, 340.0; 3. Tim Mcrae, U.S., 155.0, 185.0, 340.0; 4. Corey Barrett, U.S., 145.0, 182.5, 327.5; 5. Henrry Coy Choc, Guatemala, 132.5, 170.0, 302.5; 6. Reynaldo Velez Diaz, Puerto Rico, 130.0, 170.0, 300.0; 7. Sergio Lafuente Rocha, Uruguay, 120.0, 160.0, 280.0; 8. Ishardo-enrik Faro, Aruba, 120.0, 155.0, 275.0.
     Women
     Combined Clean & Jerk and Snatch
     63 kg: 1. Miel McGerrigle, Vancouver, 85.0, 110.0, 195.0; 2. Maria Perea Diaz, Colombia, 82.5, 105.0, 187.5; 3. Sencion Quezada, Dominican Republic, 80.0, 102.5, 182.5; 4. Gretty Lugo, Venezuela, 80.0, 100.0, 180.0; 5. Janice Lopez Jimenez, Puerto Rico, 72.5, 95.0, 167.5; 6. Elsa Caldera, Nicaragua, 67.5, 90.0, 157.5.


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