USC's Robert Farah Doubles Up In Gold|
Oct. 23, 2011
USC's Robert Farah closed out a busy day at the Pan American Games at the top of two podiums today in Guadelajara, Mexico. The former NCAA doubles and two-time team champion at USC has been a powerhouse on the pro tours and now in representing his native country of Colombia at this year's Pan American Games.
Today, Farah topped Brazil's R. Dutra with a smooth 6-3, 6-4 victory to round out his run of straight-set domination in the singles bracket at the Pan American Games and secure a gold medal for the Trojan. He also combined forces with his trusty Colombian teammate Juan Sebastian Cabal to pin up another powerful win with the pair's 6-0, 6-4 gold-medal victory over countrymen Camponano/Quiroz.