The events between 1984 and 2007 are documented in great detail in Spanish (including a lot of historical fotos) by then President of the Pan American Race Walking Committee Rubén Pedro Aguilera from Argentina and is available from the APA website.
During the 1983 Pan American Games in Caracas, Venezuela, the chief judge Palle Lassen from Denmark, then president of the IAAF race walking committee met with regional officials, namely the president of the Pan American Athletics Commission, Amadeo Francis from Puerto Rico, César Moreno Bravo from México, and Jerzy Hausleber, the famous Polish coach of the Mexican racewalkers, as well as Rubén Aguilera (Argentina), Francesco Alongi (USA), Julián Díaz Rodríguez (Cuba), José Clemente Gonçalves (Brazil), Luigi Giordano (Canada), Alfonso Marques de la Mora (México) and Oscar Suman Carrillo (Panamá). As a result, they proposed to create an international event to intensify the development of racewalking in the Americas. Further technical details for the future Pan American Race Walking Cup were cleared during the 1983 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics in Barcelona, Spain, later that year. Only one year later, the inaugural competition took place in Bucaramanga, Colombia. The site was chosen because its central location within the Americas, and moreover, race walking was already successfully practiced here.
Gold medal winners were published. The results for the Mexican athletes were published by the Federation of Mexican Athletics Associations (FMAA). On overview for the years 1984-2005 was given. Further results were assembled from other sources. More recently, complete results for the period 1984 to 2007 were published.
†: In 2000 Germán Sánchez from Mexico started out of competition and came in third in 3:48:06.
‡: In 2003, the medallists were extracted from the IAAF World Race Walking Challenge. Winner was Jesús Ángel García from Spain in 3:46:46. Craig Barrett from New Zealand came in second in 3:51:15. Miguel Solís from Mexico was 5th in 4:18:02, Juan Emilio Toscano from Mexico was 6th in 4:18:52, and Saúl Méndez also from Mexico was 7th in 4:19:12, but all three of them were not registered for participation at the Pan American Race Walking Cup. However, there are conflicting information: another source declares Miguel Solís from Mexico as bronze medal winner.