Badminton at the 1995 Pan American Games
Competitors56 from 10 nations
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The badminton competition at the 1995 Pan American Games was held from March 11 to March 26, 1995, in CeNARD, Buenos Aires, Argentina. There were five medal events. Badminton made its debut at the Pan American Games at this edition.[1]

Participating nations

A total of 10 nations entered players in the badminton competitions, with a total of 56 athletes.

Men's competition

Singles

RANK NAME BADMINTON PLAYER
 Jaimie Dawson (CAN)
 Iain Sydie (CAN)
 Kevin Han (USA)
 Mario Carulla (PER)

Doubles

RANK NAME BADMINTON PLAYERS
 Anil Kaul & Iain Sydie (CAN)
 Kevin Han & Thomas Reidy (USA)
 Paul Leyow & Roy Paul Jr. (JAM)
 Jaimie Dawson & Darryl Yung (CAN)

Women's competition

Singles

In the women's singles, since the gold and silver medals won by the Canadian players, Robbyn Hermitage and Milaine Cloutier did not awarded the bronze medal although they were finished in the semi-finals round. The bronze medal was later awarded to Beverly Tang from Trinidad and Tobago and Kathy Zimmermann from United States.[2]

RANK NAME BADMINTON PLAYER
 Denyse Julien (CAN)
 Si-an Deng (CAN)
 Beverly Tang (TRI)
 Kathy Zimmermann (USA)

Doubles

RANK NAME BADMINTON PLAYERS
 Denyse Julien & Si-an Deng (CAN)
 Robbyn Hermitage & Milaine Cloutier (CAN)
 Anne French & Kathy Zimmerman (USA)
 Linda French & Erika von Heiland (USA)

Mixed Competition

Doubles

RANK NAME BADMINTON PLAYERS
 Darryl Yung & Denyse Julien (CAN)
 Anil Kaul & Si-an Deng (CAN)
 Paul Leyow & Terry Leyow (JAM)
 Mike Edstrom & Linda French (USA)

Medal table

Place Nation Total
1  Canada 5 4 1 12
2  United States 0 1 5 5
3  Jamaica 0 0 2 2
4  Peru 0 0 1 1
4  Trinidad and Tobago 0 0 1 1
Total 5 5 10 20

References

  1. ^ Erichsen, Elizabeth; Hales, Stan (July 1995). "XII Pan American Games: badminton makes another big step" (PDF). World Badminton. p. 14-15.
  2. ^ "Medal madness". Calgary Herald. 17 March 1995. p. 54.