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Gymnastics at the 2019 Pan American Games

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Gymnastics at the XVIII Pan American Games
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Gymnastics pictograms
VenuePolideportivo Villa El Salvador
DatesJuly 27 – August 5, 2019
Competitors184 from 22 nations
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Gymnastics competitions at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru were held between July 27 and August 5, 2019 at the Polideportivo Villa El Salvador, which also hosted the karate competitions.[1]

The artistic competitions took place between July 27 and 31. The rhythmic competition took place between August 2 and 5. The trampoline competition took place between August 4 and 5.

24 medal events were contested; 14 in artistic gymnastics (eight for men, six for women), eight in rhythmic (all for women) and 2 in trampoline (one per gender). A total of 184 ( gymnasts will qualify to compete: 114 in artistic (57 per gender), 46 in rhythmic, and 24 in trampoline (12 per gender).[2]

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)811625
2 Brazil (BRA)55616
3 Canada (CAN)55414
4 Mexico (MEX)4127
5 Chile (CHI)1001
 Dominican Republic (DOM)1001
7 Cuba (CUB)0134
8 Guatemala (GUA)0101
9 Colombia (COL)0022
10 Argentina (ARG)0011
Totals (10 nations)24242472

Medalists

Artistic gymnastics

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team
details
 Brazil (BRA)
Francisco Barretto
Arthur Mariano
Luís Guilherme Porto
Caio Souza
Arthur Zanetti
 United States (USA)
Cameron Bock
Grant Breckenridge
Brody Malone
Robert Neff
Genki Suzuki
 Canada (CAN)
Zachary Clay
René Cournoyer
Justin Karstadt
Cory Paterson
Samuel Zakutney
Individual all-around
details
Caio Souza
 Brazil
Arthur Mariano
 Brazil
Cory Paterson
 Canada
Floor exercise
details
Tomás González
 Chile
Robert Neff
 United States
Andrés Martínez
 Colombia
Pommel horse
details
Francisco Barretto
 Brazil
Robert Neff
 United States
Carlos Calvo
 Colombia
Rings
details
Fabián de Luna
 Mexico
Arthur Zanetti
 Brazil
Federico Molinari
 Argentina
Vault
details
Audrys Nin Reyes
 Dominican Republic
Jorge Vega
 Guatemala
Alejandro de la Cruz
 Cuba
Parallel bars
details
Isaac Núñez
 Mexico
Caio Souza
 Brazil
Cameron Bock
 United States
Horizontal bar
details
Francisco Barretto
 Brazil
Arthur Mariano
 Brazil
Huber Godoy
 Cuba

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team
details
 United States (USA)
Kara Eaker
Aleah Finnegan
Morgan Hurd
Riley McCusker
Leanne Wong
 Canada (CAN)
Ellie Black
Brooklyn Moors
Shallon Olsen
Isabela Onyshko
Victoria-Kayen Woo
 Brazil (BRA)
Jade Barbosa
Thais Fidelis
Lorrane Oliveira
Carolyne Pedro
Flávia Saraiva
Individual all-around
details
Ellie Black
 Canada
Riley McCusker
 United States
Flávia Saraiva
 Brazil
Vault
details
Ellie Black
 Canada
Yesenia Ferrera
 Cuba
Shallon Olsen
 Canada
Uneven bars
details
Riley McCusker
 United States
Leanne Wong
 United States
Ellie Black
 Canada
Balance beam
details
Kara Eaker
 United States
Ellie Black
 Canada
Riley McCusker
 United States
Floor exercise
details
Brooklyn Moors
 Canada
Kara Eaker
 United States
Flávia Saraiva
 Brazil

Rhythmic gymnastics

Individual

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual all-around
details
Evita Griskenas
 United States
Camilla Feeley
 United States
Natália Gaudio
 Brazil
Ball
details
Evita Griskenas
 United States
Katherine Uchida
 Canada
Camilla Feeley
 United States
Clubs
details
Camilla Feeley
 United States
Natalie Garcia
 Canada
Evita Griskenas
 United States
Hoop
details
Evita Griskenas
 United States
Katherine Uchida
 Canada
Camilla Feeley
 United States
Ribbon
details
Evita Griskenas
 United States
Bárbara Domingos
 Brazil
Karla Díaz
 Mexico

Group

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Group all-around
details
 Mexico (MEX)
Ana Galindo
Adriana Hernández
Mildred Maldonado
Britany Sainz
Karen Villanueva
 United States (USA)
Isabelle Connor
Yelyzaveta Merenzon
Elizaveta Pletneva
Nicole Sladkov
Kristina Sobolevskaya
 Brazil (BRA)
Vitória Guerra
Deborah Medrado
Nicole Pircio
Camila Rossi
Beatriz Silva
5 balls
details
 Mexico (MEX)
Ana Galindo
Adriana Hernández
Mildred Maldonado
Britany Sainz
Karen Villanueva
 United States (USA)
Isabelle Connor
Yelyzaveta Merenzon
Elizaveta Pletneva
Nicole Sladkov
Kristina Sobolevskaya
 Brazil (BRA)
Vitória Guerra
Deborah Medrado
Nicole Pircio
Camila Rossi
Beatriz Silva
3 hoops + 4 clubs
details
 Brazil (BRA)
Vitória Guerra
Deborah Medrado
Nicole Pircio
Camila Rossi
Beatriz Silva
 Mexico (MEX)
Ana Galindo
Adriana Hernández
Mildred Maldonado
Britany Sainz
Karen Villanueva
 Cuba (CUB)
Claudia Arjona
Melissa Kindelán
Tatiana Frometa
Elaine Rojas
Danay Utria

Trampoline

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual
details
Jérémy Chartier
 Canada
Jeffrey Gluckstein
 United States
Ruben Padilla
 United States
Women's individual
details
Samantha Smith
 Canada
Nicole Ahsinger
 United States
Dafne Navarro
 Mexico

Qualification

A total of 184 gymnasts are allowed to compete (114 in artistic, 46 in rhythmic and 24 in trampoline).[2] A nation may enter a maximum of 21 athletes across all disciplines (five in each gender for artistic, five athletes in rhythmic group, two in individual and two in each trampoline event). All qualification was done via the 2018 Pan American Gymnastics Championships.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Pan American Schedule" (PDF). www.lima2019.pe. Lima Organizing Committee for the 2019 Pan and Parapan American Games (COPAL). 13 June 2019. Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "Qualification System manual" (PDF). www.panamsports.org/. Pan American Sports Organization. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 29 May 2018.

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