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Pan American Gymnastics Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Pan American Gymnastics Union organizes Pan American Gymnastics Championships in different disciplines of gymnastics: men's and women's artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, as well as aerobic gymnastics. The Pan American Gymnastics Championships are considered by the International Gymnastics Federation to be the official continental championships for the Americas (comprising North America, South America, Central America and the Caribbean). Pan American Championships have also been organized for the sport of aesthetic group gymnastics.[1]

History

Artistic gymnastics competitions have been contested in the Americas since 1946, at the fifth edition of the Central American and Caribbean Games. In 1951 , the sport was contested at the inaugural edition of the Pan American Games, and in 1957 the first edition of the South American championships in artistic gymnastics was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1964, the North American Championships in artistic gymnastics was contested for the first time. The meet would be staged until 1968, and in 1969 the competition changed its name to Copa de las Americas (Cup of the Americas) to allow South American nations to compete.[2] At least one South American nation, Brazil, intended to compete, but eventually the event was attended only by North American nations.[3]

Only in 1987, with the development and growth of gymnastics around the world, a tournament for junior gymnasts from the Americas was established with competitions in artistic and rhythmic gymnastics.[4] The event was originally scheduled to take place in 1986, but was ultimately held from February 20 to 28, 1987, in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. It was the first international tournament held on a continental level in the Americas outside of the gymnastics events at the Pan American Games, and the first of its kind for junior gymnasts.[5][6] A tournament for senior artistic and rhythmic gymnasts took place for the first time in 1989, named the Pan American Cup.[7][8] A second edition of the tournament was scheduled for four years later, in December 1993, in Maracaibo, Venezuela, with events in men's and women's artistic gymnastics.[9][10][11][12]

In 1997, the title Pan American Cup was dropped in favor of Pan American Gymnastics Championships. The title Pan American Cup would then be used to represent tournaments between clubs, instead of tournaments between national representatives. The 1997 Pan American Gymnastics Championships was held in Medellín, Colombia, and was attended by artistic and rhythmic gymnasts.[13][14] In 1995, the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) recognized aerobic gymnastics (then sport aerobics) as a new competitive gymnastics discipline. The first edition of the Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships was held in Mérida, Venezuela, in 1999.

The FIG recognized two new gymnastics disciplines, acrobatic gymnastics, as well as trampoline and tumbling, in 1999. In 2004, the Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships was organized for the first time in Tampa, United States. The first edition of the Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships was organized in 2015. In 2018, parkour was introduced by the FIG as a gymnastics discipline. To date, no Pan American Championships in parkour have been held.

Pan American championships also exist for the sport of aesthetic group gymnastics, a discipline not recognized by the FIG, organized, instead, by the International Federation of Aesthetic Group Gymnastics (IFAGG).[1] The first edition of the tournament was organized in 2017, in Mérida, Mexico.[15]

Senior events

Artistic gymnastics

Year Event Location Ref.
1997 1997 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Colombia Medellín [16]
2001 2001 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Mexico Cancún [17]
2004 2004 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships Venezuela Maracaibo [18]
2005 2005 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Brazil Rio de Janeiro [19]
2008 2008 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships Argentina Rosario [20][21]
2010 2010 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Mexico Guadalajara [22]
2012 2012 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships Colombia Medellín [23]
2013 2013 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships Puerto Rico San Juan [24]
2014 2014 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Canada Mississauga [25]
2016 2016 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships Bolivia Sucre [26]
2017 2017 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships Peru Lima [27]
2018 2018 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Peru Lima [27]
2021 2021 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Brazil Rio de Janeiro [28]

Rhythmic gymnastics

Year Event Location Ref.
1997 1997 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Colombia Medellín [16]
2001 2001 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Mexico Cancún [17]
2005 2005 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Brazil Vitória [19]
2010 2010 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Mexico Guadalajara [22]
2014 2014 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Canada Mississauga [25]
2016 2016 Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Merida [29]
2017 2017 Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships United States Daytona Beach [30]
2018 2018 Pan American Gymnastics Championships Peru Lima [27]

Trampoline and tumbling

Year Event Edition Location Ref.
2004 2004 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships I United States Tampa [31]
2006 2006 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships II Mexico Monterrey [32]
2008 2008 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships III Argentina Buenos Aires [20]
2010 2010 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships IV United States Daytona Beach [22]
2012 2012 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships V Mexico Querétaro [33]
2014 2014 Pan American Gymnastics Championships VI Canada Mississauga [25]
2016 2016 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships VII Colombia Bogotá [34]
2018 2018 Pan American Gymnastics Championships VIII Peru Lima [27]

Aerobic gymnastics

Year Event Edition Location Ref.
1999 1999 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships I Venezuela Mérida [35]
2001 2001 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships II Chile Santiago [35]
2005 2005 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships III Mexico Mexico City [35]
2006 2006 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships IV Venezuela San Cristobal [35]
2007 2007 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships V Mexico Morelos [35]
2009 2009 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships VI Mexico Morelos [35]
2010 2010 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships VII Brazil Balneário Camboriú [22]
2011 2011 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships VIII Venezuela Yaracuy [36]
2012 2012 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships IX Mexico Acapulco [33]
2013 2013 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships X Chile Santiago [35]
2015 2015 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships XI Mexico Morelos [37]
2016 2016 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships XII Peru Lima [38]
2017 2017 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships XIII Colombia Bogotá [39]
2018 2018 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships XIV Peru Lima [40]
2019 2019 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships XV Argentina Buenos Aires [41]

Acrobatic gymnastics

Year Event Edition Location Ref.
2015 2015 Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships I Puerto Rico Caguas [42]
2017 2017 Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships II United States Daytona Beach [30]
2019 2019 Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships III Mexico Monterrey [43]

All-time medal table

Artistic gymnastics

1997–2018; Senior events
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)473518100
2 Brazil (BRA)21263279
3 Cuba (CUB)20211253
4 Mexico (MEX)116926
5 Venezuela (VEN)1013831
6 Colombia (COL)9141134
7 Puerto Rico (PUR)6121331
8 Canada (CAN)69924
9 Guatemala (GUA)5128
10 Argentina (ARG)4101428
11 Chile (CHI)33511
12 Dominican Republic (DOM)3014
13 Peru (PER)1113
14 Ecuador (ECU)0101
15 Uruguay (URU)0022
Totals (15 nations)146152137435

Rhythmic gymnastics

1997–2018; Senior events
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)2621956
2 Brazil (BRA)20171855
3 Mexico (MEX)14171849
4 Canada (CAN)54615
5 Cuba (CUB)46616
6 Argentina (ARG)14510
7 Venezuela (VEN)0044
8 Chile (CHI)0033
Totals (8 nations)706969208

Junior events

The first edition of the Pan American Championships for youth and junior gymnasts was originally scheduled to take place in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, in 1986, but was ultimately postponed to February 1987.[4][5][44][45]

Artistic gymnastics

Year Event Location Ref.
1987 1987 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Venezuela Barquisimeto [4]
1988 1988 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Puerto Rico Ponce [7]
1990 1990 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships United States Tallahassee [46]
1992 1992 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Brazil São Paulo [47][48]
1994 1994 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Monterrey [47][49]
1996 1996 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Guatemala Guatemala City [50]
1998 1998 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships United States Houston [51]
2000 2000 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Brazil Curitiba [52]
2002 2002 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Dominican Republic Santo Domingo [53]
2004 2004 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships El Salvador San Salvador [54]
2006 2006 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Canada Québec [55]
2007 2007 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Guatemala Guatemala City [56]
2009 2009 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Brazil Aracaju [57]
2012 2012 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Colombia Medellín [23]
2014 2014 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Brazil Aracaju [25]
2016 2016 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Bolivia Sucre [26]
2018 2018 Junior Pan American Artistic Gymnastics Championships Argentina Buenos Aires [27]

Rhythmic gymnastics

Year Event Location Ref.
1987 1987 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Venezuela Barquisimeto [4]
1988 1988 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Puerto Rico Salinas [7]
1990 1990 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships United States Tallahassee [58]
1992 1992 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Brazil São Paulo [59]
1994 1994 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Monterrey [49][59]
1996 1996 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Guatemala Guatemala City [50][59]
1998 1998 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships United States Houston [60][59]
2000 2000 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Venezuela San Felipe [61]
2002 2002 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Dominican Republic Santo Domingo [62][63]
2004 2004 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships El Salvador San Salvador [54]
2006 2006 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Canada Toronto [64]
2007 2007 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Venezuela San Cristóbal [65]
2009 2009 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Cuba Havana [57]
2012 2012 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Argentina Córdoba [66]
2014 2014 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships United States Daytona Beach [25]
2016 2016 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Merida [26]
2017 2017 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships United States Daytona Beach [30][67]
2018 2018 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Colombia Medellin [68]
2019 2019 Junior Pan American Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Monterrey [69]

Other disciplines

Year Event Location Discipline(s) competed Ref.
2006 2006 Pan American Trampoline and Tumbling Championships Mexico Monterrey Trampoline [70]
2012 2012 Pan American Aerobic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Acapulco Aerobic gymnastics [33]
2014 2014 Pan American Trampoline Championships United States Daytona Beach Trampoline and tumbling [25]
2015 2015 Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships Puerto Rico Caguas Acrobatic gymnastics [42]
2017 2017 Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships United States Daytona Beach Acrobatic gymnastics [30][67]
2018 2018 Pan American Trampoline Championships Bolivia Cochabamba Trampoline and tumbling [27]
2019 2019 Pan American Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships Mexico Monterrey Acrobatic gymnastics [71]

Aesthetic group gymnastics

Senior
Year Event Location Gold Silver Bronze Ref.
2017 2017 Pan American Aesthetic Group Gymnastics Championships Mexico Mérida  Brazil
Marrie Cotia
 Mexico
Charlottes
 Canada
Rhythmic Expressions
[15]
2018 2018 Pan American Aesthetic Group Gymnastics Championships Brazil Santos  Canada
Rhythmic Expressions
 Brazil
Cuba Team
None awarded [72][73]
2020 2020 Pan American Aesthetic Group Gymnastics Championships Canada Toronto Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada [74]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b International Federation of Aesthetic Group Gymnastics
  2. ^ Reet Nurmberg - A history of competitive gymnastics in Canada (1970)
  3. ^ Jornal dos Sports May 2, 1969 (in Portuguese).
  4. ^ a b c d The Morning Call Tuesday, March 17, 1987 - Page 31
  5. ^ a b USA Gymnastics 1986
  6. ^ Technique Magazine 1986
  7. ^ a b c USA Gymnastics 1988
  8. ^ EF Deportes (in Spanish)
  9. ^ The Orlando Sentinel Sunday, October 24, 1993 - Page 34
  10. ^ USA Gymnastics - November/December 1993
  11. ^ The Orlando Sentinel Saturday, January 1, 1994 - Page 63
  12. ^ Sagreras - Sergio Alvariño
  13. ^ Technique magazine - July 1997
  14. ^ Gimnasia Artistica - EF Deportes (in Spanish)
  15. ^ a b Portal Viva (in Portuguese)
  16. ^ a b USA Gym archived events 1997
  17. ^ a b USA Gym archived events 2001
  18. ^ USA Gym archived events 2004
  19. ^ a b USA Gym archived events 2005
  20. ^ a b USA Gym archived events 2008
  21. ^ "2008 Pan-Am results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-04-20. Retrieved 2016-04-10.
  22. ^ a b c d USA Gym archived events 2010
  23. ^ a b Sagreras - Federico Molinari
  24. ^ USA Gym archived events 2013
  25. ^ a b c d e f USA Gym archived events 2014
  26. ^ a b c 2016 FEDCOLFGIM  schedule
  27. ^ a b c d e f Brazilian Gymnastics Federation - Schedules (in Portuguese)
  28. ^ https://www.gymnastics.sport/site/events/detail.php?id=16691
  29. ^ Yucatán.mx
  30. ^ a b c d FIG - 2017 Pan American Championships
  31. ^ USA Gymnastics Nov/Dec 2004
  32. ^ USA Gymnastics 2006 events
  33. ^ a b c USA Gym archived events 2012
  34. ^ FIG event status
  35. ^ a b c d e f g FIG website
  36. ^ USA Gym archived events 2011
  37. ^ Zocalo Deportes
  38. ^ 2016 FDPG schedule Archived 2016-05-06 at the Wayback Machine
  39. ^ FIG 2017
  40. ^ Unión Panamericana de Gimnasia [@UPAG_PAGU] (25 August 2018). "Noticias Importantes: Próximos Eventos" (Tweet) (in Spanish) – via Twitter.
  41. ^ FIG - 2019 Aerobics
  42. ^ a b USA Gym archived events 2015
  43. ^ FIG 2019 Acro
  44. ^ Technique Magazine 1986
  45. ^ The Morning Call Tuesday, December 22, 1992 - Page 37
  46. ^ Strug Archived 2016-05-04 at the Wayback Machine
  47. ^ a b USA Gymnastics - Mike Dutka
  48. ^ Gymn Forum
  49. ^ a b Instituto Ananda
  50. ^ a b Ritmica Argentina 1996 (in Spanish)
  51. ^ USA Gym archived events 1998
  52. ^ Federico Molinari's official website
  53. ^ USA Gym archived events 2002
  54. ^ a b "Grace Click". Archived from the original on 2016-08-15. Retrieved 2016-07-16.
  55. ^ Coach Marcos Goto
  56. ^ "Gymnastics Results". Archived from the original on 2016-09-08. Retrieved 2016-07-16.
  57. ^ a b USA Gym archived events 2009
  58. ^ Ginásticas (in Portuguese)
  59. ^ a b c d Brazilian Gymnastics Federation (CBG)
  60. ^ USA Gym archived events 1998
  61. ^ Ritmica Argentina 2000 (in Spanish)
  62. ^ USA Gym archived events 2002
  63. ^ Ritmica Argentina 2002 (in Spanish)
  64. ^ USA Gymnastics 2006 Rhythmic results
  65. ^ 2007 Junior Rhythmic Pan Ams
  66. ^ Slideshare
  67. ^ a b USA Gymnastics 2017
  68. ^ Colombian Gymnastics Federation
  69. ^ 2019 Junior Rhythmic Pan Ams
  70. ^ USA Gymnastics 2006 Artistic results
  71. ^ FIG - 2019 Acro Pan Ams
  72. ^ Globo (In Portuguese)
  73. ^ CBGEG - Facebook video (21:35) (in Portuguese and English)
  74. ^ IFAGG 2020
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