Thursday, 13 Jun 2024

Badminton Pan America

Pan Am Athletes from Brazil, Canada, Guatemala, Peru, and the United States have advanced to the gold medal round at the VI Parapan Am Games Lima 2019.


Check out the schedule for the third day of badminton competition here. Today, the Semifinals of Lima 2019 were held, and our Pan Am players showcased their skills in exciting matches.

Live Streaming

Don’t miss out on the action! Follow the live streaming of the games to witness the intensity and talent on display.

In the Men’s Singles SL3 category, Pedro Pablo De Vinatea will face off against Leonardo Zuffo in the finals after securing victories against Rolando Bello and William Roussy in the semifinals. Bello and Roussy will compete for the bronze medal, while Renan Rosso and Wulnims Franco will vie for fifth place.

Guatemala’s Raul Anguiano emerged victorious in the semifinals against Pascla Lapointe from Canada and will now battle it out against Rogerio De Oliveira from Brazil in the final. De Oliveira secured his spot in the finals after defeating Pablo Cesar Cueto from Peru in straight games. Cueto and Lapointe will face each other for the bronze medal, and in the SL4 category, Eric Johnson from the USA and Anthony Alvarado from Venezuela will compete for fifth place.

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In Women’s Singles WH2, Yuka Chokyu from Canada secured her place in the finals after defeating Daniele Souza from Brazil. She will now face Pilar Jauregui from Peru for the gold medal. Souza and Maydelin Soriano from Cuba will compete for the bronze, while Amy Burnett from the USA and Catalina Jimeno from Chile will battle it out for fifth place.

Full Results

For a complete list of results, click here.

Eduardo Oliveira and Ricardo Cavalli from Brazil emerged victorious in the semifinals of Men’s Singles SU5 and will now face each other for the gold medal. Kleiber Mijares from Venezuela and Jean Paul Ortiz from Colombia will compete for third place, while Peruvians Esteban Juarez and Alberto Cadenillas will battle it out for fifth place.

Brazilian duos Marcelo Alves/Julio Cesar Godoy and Rodolfo Cano/Romulo Soares will go head-to-head for the title in Men’s Doubles WH1-WH2. They defeated Bernard Lapointe/Richard Peter from Canada and Jaime Aranguiz/Constancio from Chile, respectively, who will compete for third place. Ronald Miranda/Roberth Fajardo from Peru and Joaquin Palma/Pablo Pimentel from Mexico will strive for fifth place.

Miles Krajewski from the USA secured a spot in the finals of the SS6 category after defeating Wyatt Lightfoot from Canada in the semifinals. He will now face Vitor Tavares for the gold medal. For the third-place match, Jesus Salva from Peru will compete against Lightfoot. Angel Ielpo and Brayan Abarca will battle it out for fifth and sixth places.

The champions of Women’s Doubles SU5 and Mixed Doubles SL3-SU5 will be determined using the Round Robin system. Stay tuned for updates on the winners.

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The Para badminton competition will continue from August 29, and we will soon witness the crowning of the first Parapan Am Games champions on August 31 and September 1. Follow the latest updates on our Facebook Page and join us in celebrating the achievements of these exceptional athletes.