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The Pan American Games in images

Friday, 28 October 2011

Pan American Games jumping teams on the medals podium (left to right) Brazil silver, USA gold, Mexico bronze. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/

McLain Ward, Beezie's team mate on two Olympic gold medal teams, on Antares F gave a display of what it means to be one of the best in the world. A speed competition that he described as "terrible" with two rails down was followed with two clear rounds in the team final competition that helped the USA claim gold and, remarkably, put him into third place individually. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Christine McCrea on Romantovich Take One set the tone for the USA team with a clear round in the first qualifier that was beaten only be a team mate. She kept it up in the final two rounds with two more clears and is second individually. The character on the jump standard is enjoying her success. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Agony! Venezuela was fighting to be one of three teams at the Pan American Games to gain entry to next year's Olympics but thie elimination of Pablo Barrios on G & C Quick Star was among the the rides that put them out of contention. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Ecstasy! Alberto Michan on Rosalia La Silla after clinching the Pan American Games bronze medal for Mexico and a team place at next year's London Olympics. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Rodrigo Cristian Carrasco on Or de l'Charboniere definitely gets the feeling that his Chilean team could come from behind and win a berth at the 2012 London Olympics. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Rodrigo Pessoa was the pathfinder on HH Ashley but as one of the top riders with three World Cup titles and Olympic gold to his credit he shows how it's done. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Cap'n Canada! Nine Olympics. A record eight Pan Am medals. Ian Millar on Star Power. At the young age of 64 the pair are seventh individually. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/
 Mexican crowd chering Antonio Maurer on Callao of their home team. Photo by © 2011 Ken Braddick/

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