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USTA Yearbook - Pan American Games

PAN AMERICAN GAMES                            click here for Olympic Games

The Pan American Games are held every four years during the year before the Olympic Summer Games. More than 40 western hemisphere nations now compete in the event. A maximum of four men and four women may be nominated by any one country for the Pan American Games tennis competition. From those four, a maximum of three men and three women may compete in the singles competitions, while only one men’s and one women’s doubles team may compete.

Gold Medalists

Men’s Singles
1951
, Enrique Morea, Argentina; 1955, Arthur Larsen, United States; 1959, Luis Ayala, Chile; 1963, Ronald Barnes, Brazil; 1967, Thomas Koch, Brazil; 1971, Not held; 1975, Kenneth (Butch) Walts, United States; 1979, Mel Purcell, United States; 1983, Greg Holmes, United States; 1987, Fernando Roese, Brazil; 1991, Luis Herrera, Mexico; 1995, Hernan Gumy, Argentina; 1999, Paul Goldstein, United States; 2003, Fernando Meligeni, Brazil; 2007, Flavio Saretta, Brazil; 2011, Robert Farah, Colombia.

Men’s Doubles
1951
, Enrique Morea - Alejo Russell, Argentina; 1955, Mario Llamas - Gustavo Palafox, Mexico; 1959, Antonio Palafox - Gustavo Palafox, Mexico; 1963, Ronald Barnes - Carlos Fernandez, Brazil; 1967, Thomas Koch - Edison Mandarino, Brazil; 1971, Not held; 1975, Bruce Manson - Kenneth Walts, United States; 1979, Andy Kohlberg - Mel Purcell, United States; 1983, Eric Korita - Jonny Levine, United States; 1987, Luke Jensen - Patrick McEnroe, United States; 1991, Miguel Nido - Joey Rive, Puerto Rico; 1995, Javier Frana - Luis Lobo, Argentina; 1999, Andre Sa - Paulo Traicher, Brazil; 2003, Santiago Gonzalez - Alejandro Hernandez, Mexico; 2007, Eduardo Schwank - Horacio Zeballos, Argentina; 2011, Juan Sebastian Cabal - Robert Farah, Colombia.

Women’s Singles
1951
, Mary T. deWeiss, Argentina; 1955, Rosa Maria Reyes, Mexico; 1959, Althea Gibson, United States; 1963, Maria Bueno, Brazil; 1967, Elena Subirats, Mexico; 1971, Not held; 1975, Lele Forood, United States; 1979, Susie Hagey, United States; 1983, Gretchen Rush, United States; 1987, Gisele Miro, Brazil; 1991, Pam Shriver, United States; 1995, Florencia Labat, Argentina; 1999, Maria Vento, Venezuela; 2003, Milagros Sequera, Venezuela; 2007, Milagros Sequera, Venezuela; 2011, Irina Falconi, U.S.

Women’s Doubles
1951
, Mary T. deWeiss - Felisa P. de Zapa, Argentina; 1955, Esther Reyes - Rosa Maria Reyes, Mexico; 1959, Yolanda Ramirez - Rosa Reyes, Mexico; 1963, Carole Caldwell - Darlene Hard, United States; 1967, Jane Albert - Patsy Rippy, United States; 1971, Not held; 1975, Sandra Stap - Stephanie Tolleson, United States; 1979, Susie Hagey - Ann Henricksson, United States; 1983, Louise Allen - Gretchen Rush, United States; 1987, Sonia Hahn - Ronni Reis, United States; 1991, Pam Shriver - Donna Faber, United States; 1995, Mercedes Paz - Patricia Tarabini, Argentina; 1999, Vanessa Menga - Joana Santos, Brazil; 2003, Joana Cortez - Bruna Colosio, Brazil; 2007, Jorgelina Cravero - Betina Jozani; 2011, Maria Irigoyen - Florencia Molinero, Argentina. 

Mixed Doubles
1951
, Imelda Ramirez - Gustavo Palafox, Mexico; 1955, Yolanda Ramirez - Gustavo Palafox, Mexico; 1959, Yolanda Ramirez - Gustavo Palafox, Mexico; 1963, Yolanda Ramirez - Francisco Serrano, Mexico; 1967, Jane Albert - Arthur Ashe, United States; 1971, Not held; 1975, Lele Forood - Hank Pfister, United States; 1979, Marlin Noriega - Juan Boveda, Venezuela; 1983, Nuria Alasia - Inaki Calvo, Venezuela; 1987, Lucila Becerra - Gilberto Cicero, Mexico; 1991, Pam Shriver - David DiLucia, United States; 1995, Shaun Stafford - Jack Waite, United States; 1999, Not held; 2003, Not held; 2007, Not held; 2011, Ana Paula de la Pena - Santiago Gonzalez, Mexico.

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Other U.S. Medalists (2011- )
Men's Doubles
2011, Nicholas Monroe - Gregory Ouellette (broinze).
 
Women's Singles
2011, Christina McHale (bronze).
 
Women's Doubles
2011, Irina Falconi - Christina McHale (silver).
 


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