What Canada Did Saturday at the Pan Am Games
TORONTO — What Canada Did on Saturday at the Pan American Games as of 9pm EST (distances in metres unless specified):
Men's individual _ Jay Lyon, Winnipeg, won the bronze medal over Zach Garrett, U.S., 6-0.
Women's marathon final _ Rachel Hannah, Toronto, finished fourth in two hours, 41 minutes, six seconds. Catherine Watkins, Vancouver, finished ninth in 2:51:23.
Women _ Canada (3-0) defeated Cuba 71-68 in its final group B preliminary round game. The Canadians will play in the semifinals on Sunday.
Men's light fly (46-49-kg) _ P.G. Tondo, Toronto, lost to Yoel Finol Rivas, Venezuela, 3-0 in the round of 16.
Men's C1 _ Cameron Smedley, Dunrobin, Ont., qualified from his heat in 91.05 seconds.
Men's K1 _ Ben Hayward, Edmonton, qualified from his heat in 86.85.
Women's C1 _ Haley Daniels, Calgary, qualified from her heat in 176.69.
Women's K1 _ Jazmyne Denhollander, Chilliwack, B.C., qualified from her heat in 105.03.
Men's sprint final _ Hugo Barrette, Iles de-la-Madeleine, Que., won the silver medal.
Men's individual _ Austin Connelly, Irving, Texas, shot a two-under 70 in the third round for a total score of 209, four shots back of the lead. Garrett Rank, Elmira, Ont., shot even par-72 and was tied for 20th with a total of 223.
Women's individual _ Lorie Kane, Charlottetown, shot a three-over 75 in the third round and was tied for 20th with a total score of 237.
Mixed team _ Canada (Kane, Connelly, Rank), shot a score of 145 in the third round and was ninth with a total score of 446.
Women _ Canada (0-2) lost to Brazil 48-12 in the group A preliminary round.
Individual all-around final _ Patricia Bezzoubenko, Thornhill, Ont., won the bronze medal with a score of 60.399. Carmen Whelan, Aurora, Ont., finished sixth with 58.791.
Group all-around final _ Canada (Katrina Cameron, Mississauga, Ont.; Maya Kojevnikov, Richmond Hill, Ont.; Lucinda Nowell, Kanata, Ont.; Vanessa Panov, Toronto; Anjelika and Victoria Reznik, both Vaughan, Ont.), finished fifth with a total score of 23.450.
Women's 50m rifle _ Sharon Bowes, Waterloo, Ont., finished 14th in qualifying and did not advance. Shannon Westlake, Keswick, Ont., finished 18th and did not advance.
Men's skeet _ Jonathan Weselake, Qualicum Beach, B.C., finished 20th after the first day of qualifying. David Mylnikov, Toronto, finished 22nd.
Men _ Canada defeated Venezuela 2-1 to win the gold medal.
Women's 200m individual medley final _ Sydney Pickrem, Oldsmar, Fla., won the bronze medal in two minutes, 11.29 seconds. Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson, Ottawa, finished fifth in 2:14.06.
Women's 800m final _ Brittany MacLean, Toronto, finished fourth in 8:32.06. Tabitha Baumann, Ottawa, finished eighth in 8:48.37.
Ryan Cochrane won the gold medal in the men's 1,500-metre freestyle Saturday at the Pan American Games.
Cochrane set a new Pan Am record by winning in a time of 15 minutes 6.40 seconds.
Men's freestyle 74-kg _ Jevon Balfour, Brampton, Ont., lost to Jordan Burroughs, U.S., 11-0 in the semfinals. He will go for bronze later Saturday.
Men's freestyle 86-kg _ Tamerlan Tagziev, Toronto, lost to Reineris Salas, Cuba, 7-4 in the quarter-finals. He will go for bronze later Saturday.
Men's freestyle 97-kg _ Arjun Gill, Surrey, B.C., defeated Marcos Santos, Puerto Rico, 6-1 in the semfinals. He will go for gold later Saturday.
Men's freestyle 125-kg _ Korey Jarvis, Elliot Lake, Ont., defeated Hugo De Oliveira, Brazil, 10-0 in the semfinals. He will go for gold later Saturday.