Pan Am Results – July 11th and 12th – Rowing and Diving

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Philippe Gagne of Canada during the Men’s 3 Meter Springboard competition.

Rowing Prelims July 11th

 

A fantastic day for rowing at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta course. Canada, the U.S., and Cuba dominated.

Women’s Double (2x)

Winner: Canada

Time: 7:01

 

Men’s Double (2x) (Heat 1)

Winner: United States

Time: 6:28

 

Men’s Double (2x) (Heat 2)

Winner: Cuba

Time: 6:27

 

Women’s Coxless Pair (2-)

Winner: United States

Time: 7:19

 

Men’s Coxless Four (4-)

Winner: Canada

Time: 6:18

 

Men’s Lightweight Double (Lwt 2x) (Heat 1)

Winner: United States

Time: 6:31

 

Men’s Lightweight Double (Lwt 2x) (Heat 2)

Winner: Cuba

Time: 6:45

 

Women’s Lightweight Double (Lwt 2x) (Heat 1)

Winner: Cuba

Time: 7:33

 

Women’s Lightweight Double (Lwt 2x) (Heat 2)

Winner: Canada

Time: 7:21

 

Men’s Single (1x) (Heat 1)

Winner:  Cuba

Time: 7:11

 

Men’s Single (1x) (heat 2)

Winner: United States

Time: 7:06

 

Diving July 11th

 

Roxanne and I had a great time watching diving. It was incredible the feats the divers could perform before plunging into the water. Here are results for the events we witnessed: Men’s 3m Springboard and Women’s 10m Platform.

 Men’s 3m Springboard Final

Gold: Rommel Pacheco (Mexico) (483.35

Silver: Jahir Ocampo (Mexico) (442.15)

Bronze: Philippe Gagne (Canada) (421.20)

Women’s 10m Platform Final

First: Paola Espinosa (Mexico) (383.20)

Silver: Roseline Filion (Canada) (377.60)

Bronze: Meaghan Bonfeito (Canada) (357.45)

 

Rowing Prelims July 12th

 

The second day of rowing prelims saw a more even distribution of winners with Mexico, Argentina, and Chile also gaining wins in heats. The Canadian crowd wowed with enthusiasm for the home team, and the grandstands erupted when the Canadian’s men’s Eight passed the U.S. Eight. It was deafening. The crowd also showed great sportsmanship, respectfully clapping and cheering for the teams that were not as successful.

 

Men’s Lightweight Coxless Four (Lwt 4-) (Heat 1)

Winner: Argentina

Time: 6:02

 

Men’s Lightweight Coxless Four (lwt 4-) (Heat 2)

Winner: United States

Time: 6:00.25

 

Women’s Single Sculls (1x) (Heat 1)

Winner: United States

Time: 7:56.38

 

Women’s Single Sculls (1x) (Heat 2)

Winner: Canada

Time: 7:43

 

 

Men’s Coxless Pair (2-) (Heat 1)

Winner: Chile

Time: 6:36.21

 

Men’s Coxless Pair (2-) (Heat 2)

Winner: Mexico

Time: 6:42.95

 

Men’s Quadruple Sculls (4x)

Winner: Canada

Time: 5:52

 

Women’s Lightweight Single Sculls (Lwt 1x) (Heat 1)

Winner: Brazil

Time: 7:36.25

 

Women’s Lightweight Single Sculls (Lwt 1x) (Heat 2)

Winner: United States

Time 7:43.34

 

Women’s Quadruple Sculls (4x)

Winner: Canada

Time: 6:30.83

 

Men’s Eight (8+)

Winner: Canada

Time: 5:45.29

 

Rowing Repechage July 12th

 

Men’s Lightweight Coxless Four (lwt 4-)

Winner: Canada

Time: 6:29.10

In B Finals: Brazil (all others to A Finals)

 

Women’s Single Sculls (1x)

Winner: Chile

Time: 8:37.60

In B Finals: El Salvador, Venezuela (all others in A Final)

 

Men’s Coxless Pair (2-)

Winner: Canada

Time: 7:08.38 (unofficial)

In B Finals: Cuba (all others in A Finals)

 

Women’s Lightweight Single Sculls (Lwt 1x)

Winner: Canada

Time: 8:20.02

In B Finals: Guatemala, Venezuela, Paraguay (all others in A Final)