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Dolehide, Arconada

win gold at Pan American Games

August 4, 2019
<h1>Dolehide, Arconada</h1>
<h2>win gold at Pan American Games</h2>
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Caroline Dolehide and Usue Arconada won the gold medal in women's doubles at the Pan American Games Saturday in Lima, Peru, defeating Paraguay's Veronica Cepede-Royg and Montserrat Gonzalez, 6-0, 6-4.

The 20-year-olds are the first American gold medalists in women's doubles at the Pan Am Games since 1991, when Pam Shriver and Donna Faber achieved the feat in Havana, Cuba.

A day after winning doubles gold, Dolehide (pictured above) took home the silver medal in women's singles, falling to Argentina's Nadia Podoroska, 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (4), in the gold-medal match.

By reaching the singles final, Dolehide gave herself an outside shot at qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, as she'd earn a spot on the American team if four U.S. women don't earn direct acceptance via ranking on June 8, 2020.

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