2012 Pan Am Continental Track Championships - RESULTS

  
  


2012 Pan Am Continental Track Championships
Mar del Plata, Argentina
March 3-7, 2012
 
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RESULTS
 
Brief results:
 
Day 1
 
Women 500-meter Time Trial
Final
1. Lisandra Guerra (Cuba) 34:601
2. Juliana Gaviria (Colombia) 35:673
3. Elizabeth Reap-Carlson (Jim Thorpe, Pa./Black Dog Pro Cycling Team) 35:872
 
11. Dana Feiss (Telford, Pa./Home Depot Center) 37:876
  
Men’s Team Pursuit
Final
1. Chile 4:16.879
2. Brazil 4:22:421
3. Argentina 4:18.194
4. USA - Matthew Lipscomb (Decatur, Ga./Fulton Flyers), Gregory Daniel (Englewood, Colo./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development), Ian Moir (Long Beach, Calif./Yahoo Cycling Team), Zack Noonan (Kutztown, Pa.FCS-Metro Volkwagon), Matthew Lipscomb (Decatur, Ga./Fulton Flyers) 4:21.074 

Men Team Sprint
Final
1. USA - Jimmy Watkins (Bakersfield, Calif./Project London 2012), Kevin Mansker (Long Beach, Calif./Project London 2012), and Michael Blatchford (Cypress, Calif./Project London 2012) 46:491
2. Canada (Travis Smith/Joe Veloce/Hugo Barrette) 46:643
3. Argentina 46:667
 
Men Scratch Race
1. Bobby Lea (Topton, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling-ProAirHFA)
2. Pablo Seisdedos (Chile)
3. Darren Mathews (Barbados)
 
Day 2
 
Women Individual Pursuit
Final for Gold
1. María Luisa Calle (Colombia)
2. Marlies Mejía (Cuba) caught
 
Final for Bronze
3. Beth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling – NOW and Novartis for MS) 3:50.554
4. Ingrid Drexel (Mexico) 3:55.144
 
Men Individual Pursuit
Final for Gold
1. Gideoni Monteiro (Brazil) 4:35.863
2. Mauro Agostini (Argentina) 4:39.763
Final for Bronze
3. Carlos Linares (Venezuela) 4:37.289
4. Thiago Nardin (Brazil) 4:38.313
 
5. Gregory Daniel (Englewood, Colo./Slipstream-Craddock Junior Development) 4:43.223
7. Matthew Lipscomb (Decatur, Ga./Fulton Flyers) 4:47.470
 
Women Team Sprint
Final
1. Venezuela (Daniela Larreal/Mariesthela Vilera) 0:35.088
2. USA - Elizabeth Reap-Carlson (Jim Thorpe, Pa./Black Dog Pro Cycling Team) and Dana Feiss (Telford, Pa./Home Depot Center) 0:35.841
3. Colombia (Diana García/Juliana Gaviria) 0:35.008
 
 
Day 3
 
Men's Sprint
Gold Medal Final
1. Njisane Phillip (Trinidad and Tobago)
2. Hersony Canelon (Venezuela)
 
Bronze Medal Final
3. Fabian Puerta (Colombia)
4. Leandro Bottasso (Argentina)
 
8. Jimmy Watkins (Bakersfield, Calif./Project London 2012)
 
Women Team Pursuit
Gold Medal Final
1. Canada (Allison Beveridge/Steph Roorda/Laura Brown)             3:33:540
2. Venezuela (Gonzalez/Garcia/Chacon)            3:35:283
 
Bronze Medal Final
3. USA - Beth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling – NOW and Novartis for MS),
Cari Higgins (Boulder, Colo./Exergy TWENTY 12) and Jennifer Valente (San Diego, Calif./Exergy TWENTY 12)

4. Mexico (Jurado/Rocha/Casas)
 
Day 4
 
Women Individual Sprint
1. Monique Sullivan (Canada)
2. Lisandra Guerra (Cuba)
3. Daniela Gaxiola (Mexico)
4. Juliana Gaviria (Colombia)
 
6. Elizabeth Reap-Carlson (Jim Thorpe, Pa./Black Dog Pro Cycling Team)
 
Men’s Keirin
1. Fabian Puerta (Colombia)
2. Leandro Bottasso (Argentina)
3. Travis Smith (Canada)
 
7. Jimmy Watkins (Bakersfield, Calif./Project London 2012)
 
Men’s Omnium 
1 Walter Pérez (Argentina) 20
2 Carlos Linares (Venezuela) 21
3. Bobby Lea (Topton, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling-ProAirHFA) 22
 
Women’s Scratch Race
1. Lilibeth Chacon (Venezuela)
2. Daniela Guajardo (Chile)
3. Jennifer Valente (San Diego, Calif./Exergy TWENTY 12)

Women’s Points Race
1. Munoz (Chile)

7. Beth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling – NOW and Novartis for MS)
9. Cari Higgins (Boulder, Colo./Exergy TWENTY 12)

 
 
All above results are unofficial.


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