2017 Pan American Surf Games

Pan American Surf Games
Peru 2017
Host cityPunta Negra 22, Lima
CountryPeru
Organiser(s)Pan American Surf Association
Federación Deportiva Nacional de Tabla
Edition13th
Nations participating15
Athletes participating220
Sport(s)Surfing
Events8 (4 men and 4 women)
Dates5–9 December
Main venuePunta Rocas Beach
WebsitePeru 2018
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The 2017 Pan American Surf Games, also referred to as PASA Games 2017 and officially named 2017 Pan American Claro Games for sponsorship reasons, was the thirteenth edition of the Pan American Surf Games the main competition organized by the Pan American Surf Association. It was held at Punta Rocas Beach in Punta Negra District, Lima, Peru from 4 to 9 December 2018.[1]

The competition was originally scheduled to take place at Punta Roquitas Beach, located in Miraflores District, which had hosted the previous edition of the games.[2][3] Eventually, it was moved to Punta Negra, 50 mins south of Miraflores.

220 athletes from 15 national teams competed in 8 surfing events; comprising Open (Shortboard), Longboard, SUP surf and SUP race each for men and women. It was the first time that the competing events had full gender equality, with the quotas for male and female competitors being the same in each one.[4]

Defending champions Peru won the competition for the fourth time with a total of 13,901 points and 3 out of the 8 gold medals at stake. Brazil finished second with 12,223 points and 3 gold medal. Argentina (10,613 points and 1 gold medal) and Canada (9,999 points and 1 gold medal) were third and fourth respectively.[5]

Schedule

The games were held over a 6-day period, from 4 to 9 December. The opening ceremony took place on 4 December, with the competitions starting on 5 December.

QR1 Qualifying round 1 QR2 Qualifying round 2 QR3 Qualifying round 3 QR4 Qualifying round 4 SF Semi-finals F Finals
Event↓/Date → Tue 5[6] Wed 6[7] Thu 7[8] Fri 8[9] Sat 9[10]
Men's Open QR1 (16) QR2 (8) QR3 (4) QR4 (2) SF (2) F (2)
Men's Longboard QR1 (6) QR2 (3) QR3 (2) SF (2) F (2)
Men's SUP surf QR1 (6) QR2 (3) QR3 (2) SF (2) F (2)
Men's SUP race F (1)
Women's Open QR1 (12) QR2 (6) QR3 (3) QR4 (2) SF (2) F (2)
Women's Longboard QR1 (6) QR2 (3) QR3 (2) SF (2) F (2)
Women's SUP surf QR1 (6) QR2 (3) QR3 (2) SF (2) F (2)
Women's SUP race F (1)
Heats (Total 123) 28 26 21 28 20

Participating nations

15 out of the 26 national associations affiliated to Pan American Surf Association entered the competition. Each nation was able to enter a maximun of 20 surfers (10 men and 10 women), with up to 4 surfers per gender in the Open events (shortboard) and up to 2 surfers per gender in each Longboard, SUP surf and SUP race events.

Medal table

  *   Host nation (Peru)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Peru*3339
2 Brazil3238
3 Canada1012
4 Argentina1001
5 Barbados0101
 Chile0101
 Puerto Rico0101
8 Uruguay0011
Totals (8 entries)88824

Results

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open
details
Alonso Correa
 Peru
18.26 pts Maximiliano Cross
 Chile
12.26 pts Sebastián Correa
 Peru
15.27 pts
Longboard
details
Piccolo Clemente
 Peru
15.93 pts Carlos Bahia
 Brazil
15.07 pts Julián Schweizer
 Uruguay
13.70 pts
SUP surf
details
Caio Vaz
 Brazil
18.07 pts Sebastián Gómez
 Peru
14.14 pts Alex Salazar
 Brazil
18.00 pts
SUP race
details
Guilherme dos Reis
 Brazil
44:07:65 Vinnicius Martins
 Brazil
44:23:21 Itzel Delgado
 Peru
45:54:97

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Open
details
Ornella Pellizzari
 Argentina
13.83 pts Chelsea Tuach
 Barbados
11.75 pts Mathea Olin
 Canada
12.33 pts
Longboard
details
Mathea Olin
 Canada
18.33 pts Mafer Reyes
 Peru
13.46 pts Carolina Thun
 Peru
11.33 pts
SUP surf
details
Vania Torres
 Peru
15.00 pts Brissa Málaga
 Peru
13.90 pts Aline Adisaka
 Brazil
10.17 pts
SUP race
details
Lena Guimarães
 Brazil
37:53:12 Maricarmen Rivera
 Puerto Rico
38:59:75 Aline Adisaka
 Brazil
39:09:75

Final ranking per teams

The final ranking per teams was drawn up by adding each surfer's individual points earning in the events in which they competed. Surfers obtained points according to the final position they occupied in each event. In Open, Longboard and SUP surf events, the surfers eliminated before the final occupied a certain position, as follows:

  • In Open events
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 1: 3rd place in each heat, 33rd place (men) and 25th place (women); 4th place in each heat, 49th place (men) and 37th place (women).
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 2: 3rd place in each heat, 17th place (men) and 13th place (women); 4th place in each heat, 25th place (men) and 19th place (women).
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 3: 3rd place in each heat, 9th place (men) and 7th place (women); 4th place in each heat, 13th place (men) and 10th place (women).
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 4: 3rd place in each heat, 5th place (men and women); 4th place in each heat, 7th place (men).
  • In Longboard and SUP surf events
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 1: 13th place (3rd place of each heat) and 19th place (4th place of each heat).
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 2: 7th place (3rd place of each heat) and 10th place (4th place of each heat).
    • Eliminated in qualifying round 3: 5th place (3rd place of each heat).

Non-initiators and non-finishers surfers received zero points. Points awarded according to the position were as follows:

1st place, gold medalist(s) 2nd place, silver medalist(s) 3rd place, bronze medalist(s) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 25 33 37 49
1000 860 730 670 610 583 555 528 500 488 475 462 450 438 425 413 400 395 385 380 375 360 320 300 240

The first place of the final ranking per teams was declared as the champion team of the 2017 Pan American Surf Games.

Rank Team MO1 MO2 MO3 MO4 WO1 WO2 WO3 WO4 ML1 ML2 WL1 WL2 MSS1 MSS2 WSS1 WSS2 MSR1 MSR2 WSR1 WSR2 Total
1st place, gold medalist(s)  Peru 1000 730 610 500 610 555 555 390 1000 610 860 730 860 670 1000 860 730 438 610 583 13,901
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Brazil 500 500 360 320 450 360 360 300 860 555 488 450 1000 730 730 670 1000 860 1000 730 12,223
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Argentina 450 400 400 360 1000 670 488 300 670 610 610 488 488 450 555 488 528 488 670 500 10,613
4  Canada 450 400 320 320 730 488 360 360 390 390 1000 450 610 610 610 488 610 475 488 450 9,999
5  Chile 860 610 555 450 610 555 360 360 488 450 450 450 390 390 450 450 425 395 462 438 9,598
6  Mexico 670 500 400 400 488 450 450 390 555 450 488 390 555 390 488 450 450 413 555 0 8,932
7  Venezuela 400 360 320 320 450 360 300 300 555 390 555 390 555 450 610 450 583 400 528 413 8,689
8  Puerto Rico 360 360 320 320 390 390 390 360 450 390 555 450 555 450 555 555 462 860 475 8,647
9  Ecuador 555 450 400 400 450 450 390 360 488 450 670 610 450 390 555 390 670 500 0 8,628
10  Dominican Republic 320 320 320 240 300 300 300 488 390 450 390 450 390 380 375 0 5,413
11  Colombia 320 320 320 320 360 0 450 555 488 390 450 385 0 425 4,783
12  Uruguay 360 360 360 320 360 730 450 488 450 450 0 0 4,328
13  Barbados 860 860
14  Costa Rica 320 320
15  Cuba 240 0 240

Note: "—" Denotes that there were no competitors for that position

External links

  • 2017 Pan American Surf Games at PASA website.
  • Final results summary

References

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