Results – Team USA Wins Three of Four Team Titles at Inaugural 2015 APA Pan American Cross Country Cup

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by: USATF Communications, Top results via Race Results Weekly. Meet website
February 22, 2015

BARRANQUILLA, Colombia — In dominating fashion Team USA’s senior men, led by first-place finisher Maksim Korolev, helped the Americans to team gold at the inaugural APA Pan American Cross Country Cup, Sunday, Feb. 22

Korolev (Harrisonville, Missouri) kicked in a late surge, earning individual gold with a 10 km finish of 28:21. Not far behind were Augustus Maiyo (Colorado Springs, Colorado) in third in 28:34 andJonathan Grey (Minneapolis, Minnesota) in 28:39 for fourth. Overall the senior men placed three in the top five and five in the top 10 with Joseph Gray (Lakewood, Washington) in seventh in 29:06 and Gabriel Proctor in eighth in 29:17. The U.S. senior men scored 15 points for the win, defeating second-place Ecuador’s 52 points.

Results Senior MenSenior men’s results. Top 20 results.

SR. MEN (10 km):
Teams: 1. USA, 15 points; 2. ECU, 52; 3. COL, 73; 4. CAN, 84; 5. VEN, 108; 6. PUR, 110; 7. JAM, 149.

Individual finishers:
1. Maksim KOROLEV, 1992, USA, 28:21
2. Gilberto Silvestre LOPES, 1989, BRA, 28:31
3. Augustus MAIY, 1983, USA, 28:34
4. Jonathan GREY, 1988, USA, 28:39
5. Byron EFREN PIEDRA, 1982, ECU, 28:47
6. Yerson Yuhuan ORELLANA PORRAS, 1993, PERU, 28:54
7. Joseph GRAY, 1984, USA, 29:06
8. Gabe PROCTORL, 1990, USA, 29:17
9. Cesar Paul PILALUIZA, 1982, ECU, 29:21
10. Kelly WIEBE, 1989, CAN, 29:26
11. Rene CHAMPI HUARCA, 1991, PERU, 29:43
12. Raul Desar MACHACUAY HUAMAN, 1983, PERU, 29:49
13. Andres Camilo CAMARGO GUARIN, 1985, COL, 29:53
14. Kevin James TREE, 1993, CAN, 29:57
15. Christian SALVADOR VASCONEZ, 1989, ECU, 29:59
16. Mizael CARRERA ORTIZ, 1991, PUR, 30:04
17. Juan Pablo RANGEL, 1985, COL, 30:07
18. Marvin FRANCISCO BLANCO, 1998, VEN, 30:10
19. Luis M. ORTIZ TORRES, 1989, PUR, 30:14
20. Allison ROCHA PERES, 1990, BRA, 30:22
Full Senior Results

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Women: Team USA’s Kellyn Taylor (Flagstaff, Arizona) won individual silver in the senior women’s 7 km, when she crossed in 21:33 to give the U.S. women a 21-point victory over next closest competitor Canada. In fifth place for the U.S. was Mattie Suver (Colorado Springs, Colorado) in 21:36. Rochelle Kanuho was sixth in 21:42, and Christine Babcock (Bend, Oregon) cracked the top 10, finishing in 22:03 for ninth.

Women’s Results: (click for larger image) 

SR. WOMEN (6 km):
Teams: 1. USA, 22 points; 2. CAN, 43; 3. PER, 51; 4. BRA, 69…

Individual Finishers:
1. Gladys TEJEDA, 1985, PER, 21:18
2. Kellyn TAYLOR, 1986, USA, 21:33
3. Rachel HANNAH, 1986, CAN, 21:34
4. Beverly RAMOS, 1987, PUR, 21:35
5. Mattie SUVER, 1987, USA, 21:36
6. Rochelle KANUHO, 1990, USA, 21:42
7. Muriel CONEO, 1987, COL, 21:56
8. Sueli PEREIRA SILVA, 1977, BRA, 21:59
9. Christine BABCOCK, 1990, USA, 22:03
10. Andreia APARECIDA HESSEL, 1984, BRA, 22:06
11. Natasha LABEAUD, 1987, CAN, 22:07
12. Melinda MARTINEZ REYES, 1990, PUR, 22:08
13. Fiona TERESA BENSON, 1992, CAN, 22:09
14. Soledad TORRE MARIN, 1992, PER, 22:10
15. Eliona DELGADO CASTRO, 1991, PER, 22:13
16. Natasha WODAK, 1981, CAN, 22:16
18. Maria BALVINA PASTUÑA ALVARADO, 1989, ECU, 22:24
17. Lindsay CARSON, 1989, CAN, 22:24
19. Sara Mercedes PRIETO CASTAÑEDA, 1989, MEX, 22:34
20. Jillian FORSEY, 1995, CAN, 22:35

Full Women’s Results

Results Senior Women
Junior men: Conner Mantz (Smithfield, Utah) was second among all junior men, clocking 19:13 for his silver medal. In all, Team USA turned in all top-10 finishes. John Dressel (Colbert, Washington) was fourth in 19:23; Eric Hamer (Monument, Colorado) finished sixth in 19:41; Fred Huxman (Seattle, Washington) crossed in eighth in 19:43 and Connor Hendrickson (Southlake, Texas) registered a ninth-place finish in 19:47. The junior men finished with 20 points to defeat Canada with 38 points.

JR. MEN (6 km):
Teams: 1. USA, 20 points; 2. CAN, 38; 3. BRA, 53…

Individual Finishers:
1. Justyn KNIGHT, 1996, CAN, 19:04
2. Conner MANTZ, 1996, USA , 19:13
3. Daniel FERREIRA DO NASCIMENTO, 1998, BRA, 19:20
4. John DRESSEL, 1997, USA , 19:23
5. Michael Tonatiuh RAMIREZ CARRANZA, 1997, MEX, 19:30
6. Eric HAMER, 1997, USA , 19:41
7. Jesus NAVA AGUILA, 1997, MEX, 19:43
8. Fred HUXHAM, 1996, USA , 19:43
9. Conner HENDRICKSON, 1996, USA , 19:47
10. Nathan TADESSE, 1997, CAN, 19:50

Full Junior men results:
Results Junior Men

Junior women: The U.S. junior women earned 27 points for a second place overall, nipping at Canada’s heels by only three points and edging out third place Peru by six. Katie Rainsberger (Colorado Springs, Colorado) was the the top American junior woman crossing in 16:44 for a close fifth place ahead of Rachel Koon(Arden, North Carolina) in 16:45 for sixth and Lauren Gregory (Fort Collins, Colorado) in seventh in 16:46. Megan Connell (Langhorne, Pennsylvania) was ninth in 16:52.

JR. WOMEN (4 km):
Teams: 1. CAN, 24 points; 2. USA, 27; 3. PER, 33; 4. MEX, 94…

Individual Finishers:
1. Saida MENESES MARIN, 1997, PER, 16:29
2. Hannah WOODHOUSE, 1997, CAN, 16:35
3. Branna MACDOUGALL, 1998, CAN, 16:41
4. Ely LOZANO LAZO, 1996, PER, 16:44
5. Katie RAINSBERGER, 1998, USA, 16:44
6. Rachel KOON, 1996, USA, 16:45
7. Lauren GREGORY, 1999, USA, 16:46
8. Nicole HUTCHINSON, 1997, CAN, 16:50
9. Megan CONNELL, 1996, USA, 16:52
10. Evelyn Margot ESCOBAR QUICHCA, 1996, PER, 16:59
Full Junior women results:

Results Junior Women


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