Medal CountFor a more comprehensive list, see 1999 Pan American Games medal table.
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|1||United States (USA) a||7002106000000000000106||7002119000000000000119/7002110000000000000110||700179000000000000079/700180000000000000080||7002304000000000000304/7002296000000000000296|
|2||Cuba (CUB) a||700170000000000000070/700169000000000000069||700140000000000000040/700139000000000000039||700147000000000000047||7002157000000000000157/7002155000000000000155|
|3||Canada (CAN) 1||700164000000000000064||700152000000000000052||700180000000000000080||7002196000000000000196|
^ The medal counts for the United States and Cuba are disputed.
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