What Canada Did Sunday at the Pan Am Games

TORONTO — What Canada Did on Sunday at the Pan Am Games:


(all matches round-of-16)

Men's singles - Andrew D'Souza, Ottawa, def. M.Cuba of Peru, 2-0.

Women's singles - Michelle Li, Markham Ont., def. F.Centeno, El Salvador, 2-0; Rachel Honderich, Toronto, def. S.Solis, Mexico, 2-0.

Women's doubles - Honderich and Li def. Guatemalan team, 2-0; Alex Bruce, Toronto, and Phyllis Chan, Vancouver, def. Chilean team, 2-0.

Mixed doubles _ Toby Ng, Vancouver, and Alex Bruce advanced to the quarter-final round with a 2-0 win over a team from Peru.


Men - Canada (2-0) won 10-3 over Colombia.



Men's quads 1,000 - Canada (Brady Reardon, Burlington, Ont.; Andrew Jessop, Halifax; Philippe Duchesneau, Montreal; Pierre-Luc Poulin, Lac-Beauport, Que.) placed fourth in the final.


Men K1 200 - Mark de Jonge, Halifax, finished first in his heat in 35.681.

Men C1 200 - Jason McCoombs, Dartmouth, N.S., finished first in his heat in 41.002.

Women K1 200 - Michelle Russell, Fall River, N.S., finished first in her heat in 42.960.


Women's three-metre springboard - Jennifer Abel of Laval, Que., won the gold medal with a score of 384.70; Pamela Ware, Montreal, eaned the silver (326.00).

Men's 10-metre platform - Vincent Riendeau, Pointe-Claire, Que., finished third in the preliminary round with a score of 430.75; Maxim Bouchard, St-Constant, Que., finished fifth with 425.15.


Team dressage - Canada won the silver medal with a score of 454.938.

Individual dressage - Chris von Martels, Ridgetown, Ont., finished third in qualifying with a score of 76.210; Brittany Fraser, New Glasgow, N.S., was fourth (76.079); Belinda Trussell, Stouffville, Ont., fifth (75.078); Megan Lane, Collingwood, Ont., eighth (71.392) _ all advanced to the next round.


Women's team all-around - Canada (Ellie Black, Halifax; Maegan Chant, Waterdown, Ont.; Madison Copiak, Calgary; Isabela Onyshko, Brandon, Man.; and Victoria Woo, Brossard, Que.) won the silver medal with a score of 166.500 points.


Men's 66 kg - Antoine Bouchard, Jonquiere, Que., won the silver medal.

Men's 73 kg - Arthur Margelidon, Montreal, won the bronze medal.

Women's 57 kg - Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard, St-Hubert, Que., won the silver medal.


Men's cross-country final - Raphael Gagne, Quebec City, won the gold medal in one hour, 31 minutes, 14 seconds.

Women's cross-country final - Emily Batty, Brooklin, Ont., won the gold medal in 1:27:13; Catharine Pendrel, Kamloops, B.C., won the silver medal in 1:27:20.


Men's 10km - Richard Weinberger, Surrey, B.C., finished fourth in the final in one hour, 54 minutes, 9.3 seconds. Eric Hedlin, Victoria, finished ninth in 1:59:59.5.


Men - Molham Babouli scored the lone goal as Canada (0-1) lost 4-1 to Brazil.


Men's coxless pairs - Martin Barakso, Nanaimo, B.C., and Mike Evans, Victoria, were second in their heat and will race in Sunday's 2:25 repechage.

Men's lightweight coxless fours - Canada won their repechage in six minutes, 29.10 seconds to earn a berth in the final.

Men's quad sculls - Canada advanced to Tuesday's final after winning their qualifier (5:52.21).

Men's eights - Canada will race in the final after winning their qualifier (5:45.79)

Women's single sculls - Carling Zeeman, Cambridge Ont., finished first in her heat (7:43.27) and advanced to Tuesday's final.

Women's lightweight single sculls - Liz Fenje, Victoria, was first in the repechage (8:28.82) and will race in the medal final.

Women's quad sculls - Canada won their heat (6:30.83) to earn a berth in Wednesday's final.


Men - Canada won the gold medal with a 22-19 decision over Argentina.

Women - Canada captured the gold medal with a 55-7 victory over the United States.


Women's 10-metre air pistol - Lynda Kiejko wins gold medal with a score of 195.7, a Pan Am games record.


Women's singles - Samantha Cornett, Ottawa, won the bronze medal; Hollie Naughton, Mississauga, Ont., lost to S.Teran, Mexico 3-1 in the quarter-finals.

Men's singles - Shawn Delierre of Montreal won the bronze medal.


Women's singles - Francoise Abanda, Montreal, won her first-round match 2-1 over A.Sanchez of Mexico; Carol Zhao, Richmond Hill, Ont., def. M.Irigoyen, Argentina, 2-1 in the first round.

Men's singles - Brayden Schnur, Pickering, Ont., advanced to the fourth round with a 2-0 victory over E.Struvay, Colombia; Philip Bester, Burnaby, B.C., is eliminated following a 2-1 loss to F.Bagnis, Argentina, in the third round;


Men's Final - Andrew Yorke Caledon East. Ont., finished seventh in one hour, 49 minutes, 31 seconds; Tyler Mislawchuk, Oak Bluff, Man., placed 10th in 1:49:54. Kyle Jones, Oakville, Ont., did not finish.


Women's 53kg - Jessica Ruel, Abitibi-Ouest Que., finished fifth in the final with a score of 177.

Men's 69kg - Francis Luna-Grenier, Montreal, won the bronze medal with a combined score of 299.

The Canadian Press