What Canada Did Saturday at the Pan Am Games
TORONTO — What Canada Did on Saturday at the Pan American Games (distances in metres unless specified):
Men's marathon — Rob Watson, London, Ont., finished eighth in the final in two hours, 23 minutes, 43 seconds. Kip Kangogo, Lethbridge, Alta., finished ninth in 2:24:02.
Men's high jump — Derek Drouin, Corunna, Ont., won the gold medal with a jump of 2.37 metres. Mike Mason, Nanoose Bay, B.C., won the silver medal with 2.31.
Men's 4x100 relay — Canada (Aaron Brown, Toronto; Andre De Grasse, Markham, Ont.; Dontae Richards-Kwok, Toronto; Brendon Rodney, Brampton, Ont.; Gavin Smellie, Brampton, Ont.), originally won the gold medal but was later disqualified and lost the medal.
Men's 5,000 — Cameron Levins, Black Creek, B.C., finished fifth in the final in 13:48.03. Lucas Bruchet, Vancouver, finished eighth in 13:56.09.
Women's 1,500 — Nicole Sifuentes, Winnipeg, won the silver medal in 4:09.13. Sasha Gollish, Toronto, won the bronze medal in 4:10.11.
Women's 4x100 relay — Canada (Khamica Bingham, Brampton, Ont.; Crystal Emmanuel, Toronto; Phylicia George, Markham, Ont.; Shaina Harrison, Aurora, Ont.; Kimberly Hyacinthe, Terrebonne, Que.), won the bronze medal in 43.00.
Women's 4x400 relay — Canada (Audrey Jean-Baptiste, Montreal; Taylor Sharpe, Pickering, Ont.; Brianne Theisen-Eaton, Humboldt, Sask.; Sage Watson, Medicine Hat, Alta.; Sarah Wells, Toronto), won the bronze medal in 3:27.74.
Women — Canada (4-1) defeated Venezuela 6-1 in the semifinal. The Canadians will play the U.S. for the gold medal on Sunday.
Men — Canada (4-1) earned the silver medal after losing 86-71 to Brazil in the final.
Men — Dan MacLelland, Kitchener, Ont., earned a bronze medal in a semifinal loss to Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 187-178. François Lavoie, Quebec City, finished sixth in the round robin and was eliminated with an eight-game average score of 546.1 and pin total of 4,389.
Women's flyweight (48-51kg) — Mandy Bujold, Kitchener, Ont., defeated Marlen Esparza, U.S., 2-1 for the gold medal.
Women's lightweight (57-60kg) — Caroline Veyre, Montreal, defeated Dayana Sanchez, Argentina, 2-0 for the gold medal.
Women's road race — Jasmin Glaesser, Vancouver, won the gold medal in two hours, seven minutes, 17 seconds. Allison Beveridge, Calgary, won the bronze in 2:07:51. Kirsti Lay, Medicine Hat, Alta., finished 29th in 2:07:57.
Men's road race — Guillaume Boivin, Longueuil, Que., won the bronze medal in 3:46:26. Hugo Houle, Ste-Perpetue, Que., finished 18th in 3:46:36. Neither Rémi Pelletier-Roy, Longueuil, Que.; and Sean MacKinnon, Hamilton, Ont., finished the race.
Individual jumping — Ian Millar, Perth Ont. (on Dixson), finished tied for 15th in the final. Yann Candele, Caledon, Ont. (on Showgirl), finished tied for 18th.
Women's team foil — Canada (Alanna Goldie, Calgary; Eleanor Harvey, Hamilton, Ont.; Kelleigh Ryan, Ottawa), defeated the U.S. 38-37 for the gold medal. The Canadians also defeated Argentina in the quarter-finals and Mexico in the semifinals.
Men's team foil — Canada (Anthony Prymack, Calgary; Eli Schenkel, Jamaica, N.Y.; Maximilien Van Haaster, Montreal), lost 45-42 to Venezuela in the quarter-finals. The Canadians then defeated Colombia 45-21 in the fifth-place match.
Men — Canada (5-1) earned the silver medal after losing 3-0 to Argentina in the final.
Men — Canada (2-3) defeated the Dominican Rep. 27-23 in the seventh-place match.
Women's +68kg — Camélie Boisvenue, Gatineau, Que., earned the silver medal after losing to Valeria Echever, Ecuador, 3-2 in the final.
Women's 68kg — Jasmine Landry, Ottawa, lost to Omaira Molina, Venezuela, 2-0 in qualifying and was eliminated.
Men's 84kg — Sarmen Sinani, Toronto, lost to Cesar Herrera, Venezuela, 6-5 in qualifying and was eliminated.
Men's +84kg — Chris de Sousa, Toronto, lost to Franklin Mina, Ecuador, 12-4 in qualifying and was eliminated.
Men's team — Canada (Coby Iwaasa, Lethbridge, Alta.; Mike Green, Hamilton, Ont.; Tim Landeryou, Saskatoon; Vincent Gagnon, St-Hubert, Que.), earned a bronze medal in a 2-1 semifinal loss to the U.S.
Women's team — Canada (Frédérique Lambert, Montreal, and Jennifer Saunders, Winnipeg), earned a bronze medal in a 2-0 semifinal loss to the U.S.
Women — Canada (5-2) defeated Puerto Rico 7-4 in the semifinal. The Canadians will play the U.S. for the gold medal on Sunday.
Men's singles — Eugene Wang, Ottawa, earned a bronze medal in a 4-3 semifinal loss to Hugo Calderano, Brazil. Pierre-Luc Theriault, St-Fabien, Que., lost to Gustavo Tsuboi, Brazil, 4-1 in the quarter-finals.
Women's singles — Mo Zhang, Chilliwack, B.C., lost to Caroline Kumahara, Brazil, 4-1 in the quarter-finals. Anqi Luo, Mississauga, Ont., lost to Lin Gui, Brazil, 4-2 in the quarter-finals.
The Canadian Press