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Pan American Cross Country Cup

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Pan American Cross Country Cup

Pan American Cross Country Cup
Sport Cross country running
Founded 2015
Continent Americas (APA)

The Pan American Cross Country Cup (Copa Panamericana de Cross Country) is an international Association of Panamerican Athletics (APA) for athletes representing the countries and territories of its member associations. It was established in 2015.[1] Races are featured for senior, junior (U-20) and youth (U-18) athletes.[2] The inaugural 2015 edition in Barranquilla, Colombia simultaneously serves as NACAC Cross Country Championships and South American Cross Country Championships.[3]


  • Editions 1
  • Results 2
    • Senior men 2.1
    • Senior women 2.2
    • Junior men 2.3
    • Junior women 2.4
  • References 3


Edition Year City Country Date
I 2015 Barranquilla, Atlántico  Colombia February 22


Complete results were published.[4]

Senior men

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2015 Maksim Korolev
 United States
28:21 Gilberto Silvestre Lopes
28:31 Augustus Maiyo
 United States

Senior women

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2015 Gladys Tejeda
21:18 Kellyn Taylor
 United States
21:33 Rachel Hannah

Junior men

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2015 Justyn Knight
19:04 Conner Mantz
 United States
19:13 Daniel Ferreira do Nascimento

Junior women

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2015 Saida Meneses
16:29 Hannah Marian Woodhouse
16:35 Branna MacDougall


  1. ^ COL - Panamerican Cross Country Cup 2015,  
  3. ^ Clemente, Carlos (December 22, 2014), ATHLETICS CALENDAR 2015 - 2018 (PDF),  
  4. ^ COPA PANAMERICANA DE CROSS COUNTRY - Barranquilla - Colombia, Febrero 22 de 2015 (PDF),  
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