What Canada Did Monday at the Pan Am Games
TORONTO — What Canada Did on Monday at the Pan American Games (distances in metres unless specified):
Women's flyweight (48-51kg) — Mandy Bujold, Kitchener, Ont., defeated Lucy Bravo, Peru, 3-0 in the quarter-finals.
Women's lightweight (57-60kg) — Caroline Veyre, Montreal., defeated Kiria Rodriguez, Puerto Rico, 2-1 in the quarter-finals.
Women's middleweight (69-75kg) — Ariane Fortin, Montreal, defeated Francelis Paez, Venezuela, 3-0 in the quarter-finals.
Men's sabre individual — Joseph Polossifakis, Montreal, took the silver medal after losing to Eli Dershwitz, U.S., 15-9 in the final. Shaul Gordon, Richmond, B.C., lost to Dershwitz, U.S., 15-10 in the quarter-finals.
Women's sabre individual — Gabriella Page, Blainville, Que., lost to Dagmara Wozniak, U.S., 15-13 in the semifinals. Marrisa Ponich, Edmonton, lost to Page 15-9 in the round of 16.
Women — Canada (3-1) defeated Uruguay 2-0 in the quarter-finals. The Canadians will play the U.S. in the semifinals.
Women's clubs — Patricia Bezzoubenko, Thornhill, Ont., won the silver medal with a score of 15.933. Carmen Whelan, Aurora, Ont., finished seventh with 14.042.
Women's ribbon — Bezzoubenko finished fourth with a score of 15.300. Whelan finished seventh with 13.733.
Women's clubs/hoops — Canada won the bronze medal with a score of 13.709.
Women — Canada (0-2-1) tied Puerto Rico 21-21 in its last preliminary-round game. The Canadians finished tied for third in group A.
Men's singles — Coby Iwaasa, Lethbridge, Alta., lost to Daniel De La Rosa, Mexico, 2-0 in the preliminary round. Michael Green, Hamilton, Ont., lost to Alvaro Beltran, Mexico, 2-0 in the preliminary round.
Men's doubles — Vincent Gagnon, St-Hubert, Que., and Tim Landeryou, Saskatoon, defeated Jansen Allen and Jose Rojas, U.S., 2-0 in the preliminary round.
Women's singles — Frédérique Lambert, Montreal, defeated Maria Munoz, Ecuador, 2-0 in the preliminary round. Jennifer Saunders, Winnipeg, lost to Maria Sotomayor, Ecuador, 2-0 in the preliminary round.
Women's doubles — Michèle Morissette, Baie-Comeau, Que., and Christine Richardson, Regina, lost to Cristina Amaya and Maria Gomez, Colombia, 2-0 in the preliminary round.
Men's team — Canada (Eugene Wang, Ottawa; Marko Medjugorac, Sherbrooke, Que.; Pierre-Luc Theriault, St-Fabien, Que.), defeated Argentina 3-0 in the quarter-finals.
Women's team — Canada (Alicia Côté, Drummondville, Que.; Anqi Luo, Mississauga, Ont.; Mo Zhang, Chilliwack, B.C.), defeated Chile 3-1 in the quarter-finals.
Men's 68kg — Maxime Potvin, Quebec City, defeated Terrence Jennings, U.S., 13-11 in the semifinals. He went for gold later Monday.
Women's 57kg — Evelyn Gonda, Maple Ridge, B.C., lost to Paulina Armeria, Mexico, 10-6 in the semifinals. She went for bronze later Monday.
Women — Canada (1-2) lost 3-1 to Argentina in its last preliminary-round game. The Canadians finished tied for second in group A.
Men's slalom — Jason McClintock, Cambridge, Ont., finished tied for fourth with a result of 3.50/58/11.25 and qualified for the final. Jaret Llewellyn, Innisfail, Alta., finished tied for 15th with 2.50/58/13.00 and did not qualify.
Men's tricks — Llewellyn finished second with a result of 10,360 and qualified for the final. McClintock finished third with 9,380 and also qualified.
Women's slalom — Whitney McClintock, Cambridge, Ont., finished first with a result of 3.00/55/10.75 and qualified for the final.
Women's tricks — McClintock finished second with a result of 7,920 and qualified for the final.
The Canadian Press