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    Day 1 Morning Results

    Finals
    20K Race Walk – 1. Jefferson Perez, Ecuador, 1:23.06; 2. Bernardo Seguar, Mexico, 1:23.31; 3. Alejandro Lopez, Mexico, 1:24.33; 7. Timothy Seaman USA (Chula Vista, Calif.), 1:33.24; 8. John Nunn, USA (Chula Vista, Calif.), 1:35.34.

    Women’s Hammer Throw - 1. Yipsi Moreno, Cuba, 243-7 (74.25) (Pan American Games record – old mark 214-5, Dawn Ellerbe, United States, 1999); 2. Yunaika Crawford, Cuba, 228-2 (69.57); 3. Candice Scott, Trinidad & Tobago, 226-7 (69.06); 4. Anna Norgren-Mahon USA (Orange, Conn.), 220-1 (67.09); 5. Dawn Ellerbe, USA (Columbia, S.C.), 215-8 (65.75).

    Decathlon Men’s 100 – 1. Stephen Moore, USA, (Plainview, Texas), 10.75, 917 points; 2. Luiggy Llanos, Puerto Rico, 11.02, 856 points; 3. Enrique Aguirre, Argentina, 11.06; 4. Yonelvis Aguila, Cuba, 11.16, 825; 5. Kip Janvrin, USA, (Warrensburg, Mo.), 11.28, 799 points; 6. Santiago Lorenzo, Argentina, 11.31, 793; 7. Octavious Gillespie, Guatemala, 11.48, 757.

    Decathlon Men’s Long Jump – 1. Luiggy Llanos, Puerto Rico, 24-6 ¼, (7.47), 927 points; 2. Stephen Moore, USA, (Plainview, Texas), 23-11 ½ (7.30), 886 points; 3. Yonelvis Aguila, Cuba, 23-2 (7.06), 828 points; 4. Enrique Aguirre, Argentina, 22-11 ¾ (7.00), 814 points; 5. Santiago Lorenzo, Argentina, 22-7 ¼ (6.89), 788 points; 6. Kip Janvrin, USA, (Warrensburg, Mo.), 22-1 ¾ (6.75), 755 points; 7. Octavious Gillespie, Guatemala, 18-3 ¾ (5.58), 498 points.


    Preliminaries
    Men’s 100
    Heat One – 1. Mickey Grimes USA (Ontario, Calif.), 10.08; 2. Michael Frater, Jamaica, 10:34; 3. Churandy, Martina, Netherlands Autilles,10.42; 4. Bruce Swan, Granada, 10.45; 5. Delwayne Delaney, St. Kitts and Nevis, 10.51; 6. Diego Ferreira, Paraguay, 10.64; 7. Xavier James, Bermuda, 10.83.

    Heat Two – Anson Henry, Canada, 10.45; 2. Rolando Blanco, Guatamala, 10.53; 3. Alexander Reyes, Cuba, 10.55; 4. Jacey Harper, Trinidad-Tobago, 10.57; 5. Derrick Atkins, Bahamas, 10.59; 6. Jayson Jones, Belize, 10.82; 7. Azik Graham, St. Vincent & Grenadines, 11.05

    Heat Three- 1. Sheldon Morant, Jamaica, 10.30; 2. Edson Ribeiro, Brazil, 10.37; 3. Daniel Bailey, Antigua, 10.53; 4. Danis Garcia, Dominican Republic, 10.58; 5. John Smith, Dominican Republic, 10.69; 6. Wladimir Afriani, Haiti, 10.83; 7. Marcelle Scales, USA (Franklin, Tenn.), 10.96; 8. Andres Gallegos, Ecuador, 11.22.

    Heat Four - 1. Nicconnor Alexander, Trinidad & Tobago, 10.45; 2. Jarbas Mascarenhas Jr., Brazil, 10.52; 3. Juan Pita, Cuba, 10.65; 4. Jamiial Rolle, Bahamas, 10.84; 5. Esabille Donnell, St. Kitts & Nevis, 10.90; 6. Luis Moran, Ecuador, 10.96; 7. Stephane Rabel, Haiti, 11.18.

    The women's 100m prelims were canceled, they will proceed with three heats in the semi finals.

  • #2
    Re: Pan Am Results

    Thanks a lot, keep it coming.

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    • #3
      Re: Pan Am Results

      >The women's 100m prelims were canceled,
      >they will proceed with three heats in the semi
      >finals.

      Hate to be picky but how can you have three heats in the semi finals?

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      • #4
        Re: Pan Am Results

        2001 World Champs had 3 semis in both the men's and women's 400s.

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        • #5
          Re: Pan Am Results

          The qualification key of 3 semi's is 2+2. Actually, I hate it. I prefer 2 semi's with the top 4 advancing.
          "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
          by Thomas Henry Huxley

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          • #6
            Re: Pan Am Results

            Is it the word "heat" or is it that there are "three" semis? Either way the original poster was correct ENGLISH TEACHER

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            • #7
              Re: Pan Am Results

              Hey, what's the link that you are getting these results from? Thanks a lot cause I couldn't find them.....

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              • #8
                Re: Pan Am Results

                >Is it the word "heat" or is it that there are
                >"three" semis? Either way the original poster
                >was correct ENGLISH TEACHER

                Sure the original poster was correct. However, semi means half or composed of two parts, so three semi finals is a semantic impossibility. Tri finals perhaps? And before anyone bothers replying I am joking!

                English Dunce, stand in the corner and copy this 500 times!

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                • #9
                  Re: Pan Am Results

                  Actually, the dictionary defines a semifinal as "being next to last in an elimination tournament."

                  Secondary definitions of semi also include incompletely (semi-civilized) or partial (semiconsciousness or semidarkness) or even quasi (semigovernmental).

                  Ahh, it's a wonderful language that English is. (Hang in there Brazilian dude, you're doing wonderful!)

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