07/25/2015 03:25 EDT | Updated 07/25/2016 05:59 EDT

Jasmin Glaesser, Allison Beveridge win gold, bronze in road race

Jasmine Glaesser and Allison Beveridge won the gold and bronze medal respectively, in the women's cycling road race Saturday afternoon at the Pan Am Games. 

Glaesser posted a time of 2:07:17, just edging out Cuba's Marlies Mejias to win the gold. 

Glaesser's gold medal is her fourth medal of the games. The 2012 Olympic bronze-medallist won a gold in the women's team pursuit in cycling track, a silver in the women's omnium, and  a silver in the road cycling time trial.

The 23-year old, who was born in Germany, but resides in Vancouver, was a part of the team pursuit track cycling medal in London.

Beveridge posted a time of 2:07:51, beating out Cuba's Arlenis Sierra just at the line to take home bronze. The 22-year-old was also a member of the track cycling team pursuit gold team with Glaesser.