What Canada Did Sunday at the Pan Am Games

TORONTO — What Canada Did on Sunday at the Pan American Games (distances in metres unless specified):


Men’s 20-kilometre race walk – Evan Dunfee, Richmond, B.C., won the gold medal in one hour, 23 minutes and six seconds; Inaki Gomez, Vancouver, finished 1:19 later to earn the silver medal.

Women’s 20-kilometre race walk – Rachel Seaman, Peterborough, Ont., placed sixth in the event (1:32.49); Katelynn Ramage, Nanaimo, B.C, finished 12th (1:46:03).


Women – Canada (4-0) defeated Brazil 91-63 in the semifinals and will play the U.S. for the gold medal.


Women – Taylor Pischke, Winnipeg, and Melissa Humana-Paredes, Toronto, lost in the semifinal round to Lianma Flores and Leila Martinez, Cuba, 2-1 (21-18, 17-21, 15-7) and will compete Tuesday for a bronze medal.


Men’s Welterweight (69kg) – Sasan Haghighat-Joo, Coquitlam, B.C., lost to Roberto De Queiroz, Brazil, 2-1 in the round of 16.

CANOE/KAYAK (Slalom/Whitewater)


Men’s C-1 – Cameron Smedley, Dunrobin, Ont., won the silver medal (1:34.09)

Women’s C-1 – Haley Daniels, Calgary, won bronze (2:23.65).

Men’s C-2 – Smedley and Hayward were fifth in the semifinal (2:52.00), did not advance.


Women’s K-1 – Jazmyne Denhollander, Chilliwack, B.C., won the gold medal (97.92).

Men’s K-1 – Ben Hayward, Edmonton, won bronze (1:32.76).


Women’s Sprint – Monique Sullivan, Calgary, defeated Kate O’Brien, Calgary, for the gold medal. O'Brien took the silver.

Women’s Omnium – Jasmin Glaesser, Vancouver, won the silver medal.

Men’s Keirin – Hugo Barrette, Iles de la Madeleine, Que., won the bronze medal.

Men’s team pursuit – Canada (Adam Jamieson, Barrie, Ont.; Eric Johnstone, Calgary; Sean MacKinnon, Hamilton; Rémi Pelletier-Roy, Longueuil, Que.), won the bronze medal in 4:06.005.


Individual eventing – Jessica Phoenix, Uxbridge, Ont. (on Pavarotti), had a time of 42.10 in the jumping element and won the silver medal. Colleen Loach, Dunham, Que. (on Qorry Blue d’Argouges), was eighth with 51.80. Waylon Roberts, Port Perry, Ont. (on Bill Owen) was 17th with 69.10.

Team eventing (jumping) – Canada (Loach, Phoenix, Roberts, Robinson), won the bronze with 163.00.


Men’s individual – Austin Connelly, Irving, Texas, placed fifth overall with a four-round score of 280; Garrett Rank, Elmira, Ont., 15th (293).

Women’s individual – Lorie Kane, Charlottetown, tied for 19th with a final score of 311.

Mixed team – Canada (Connelly, Rank, Kane) finished in eighth place (14 over par).


Individual Ball – Carmen Whelan, Aurora, Ont., placed fourth in the final with 14.873 points; Patricia Bezzoubenko, Thornhill, Ont., seventh (14.283).

Individual Hoop – Carmen Whelan, Aurora, Ont., placed fifth in the final (14.633).

Group Ribbons – Canada (Katrina Cameron, Mississauga, Ont.; Maya Kojevnikov, Richmond Hill, Ont.; Lucinda Nowell, Kanata, Ont.; Vanessa Panov, Toronto; Anjelika and Victoria Reznik, Vaughan, Ont.) won the bronze medal (12.817 points).

GYMNASTICS (Trampoline)

Men’s Individual – Keegan Soehn, Red Deer, Alta., won the gold medal with a total score of 56.405. Jason Burnett, Nobleton, Ont., finished fourth with 55.090.

Women’s Individual – Rosannagh MacLennan, King City, Ont., won the gold medal with a total score of 53.560. Karen Cockburn, Toronto, won the bronze with 51.560.


Men – Canada (1-1) evened their record in the preliminary round with a 28-25 win over the Dominican Republic. The Canadians are tied second in group A.


Men’s Individual – Joshua Riker-Fox, Delacour, Alta., finished fifth in the final with a total of 566 points. Garnett Stevens, Rockland, Ont., finished 16th with 503.


Men’s Singles – Coby Iwaasa, Lethbridge, Alta., defeated Christian Wer, Guatemala, 2-0 in the preliminary round. Mike Green, Hamilton, defeated Ramon De Leon, Dominican Rep., 2-0.

Women’s Singles – Frédérique Lambert, Montreal, defeated Anglea Grisar, Chile, 2-1 in the preliminary round. Jennifer Saunders, Winnipeg, defeated Maria Gomez, Colombia, 2-0.

Men’s Doubles – Vincent Gagnon, St-Hubert, Que., and Tim Landeryou, Saskatoon, won their preliminary round match after Fernando Rios and Jose Alvarez, Ecuador, retired.

Women’s Doubles – Michèle Morissette, Baie-Comeau, Que., and Christine Richardson, Regina, lost to Mariana Tobon and Mariana Paredes, Venezuela, 2-0 in the preliminary round.


Open Sunfish – Luke Ramsay, Vancouver, placed fifth in the medal race and accumulated enough points to win the silver medal (45)

Open J24 – Canada (Donald (Sandy) Andrews, David Jarvis, Terry McLaughlin, David Ogden _ all Toronto) second in the medal race and won the silver medal with 39 points.

Mixed Lightning – Canada (Jamie Allen and Chantal Leger, Montreal; Jay Deakin, Pointe-Claire, Que.) were first in the medal race, but finished fifth overall in the event with 54 points.

Open Hobie 16 – Daniel Borg, Mississauga, Ont., and Liana Giovando, Toronto, fifth in Sunday's race to place fifth overall (52.3).

Open Snipe – Alexandra Damley-Strnad, Mississauga, Ont., and Evert McLaughlin, Toronto, were third (fifth overall, 68).


Men’s skeet – Jonathan Weselake, Qualicum Beach, B.C., was 19th ; following the second day of qualifying with a score of 114; David Mylnikov, Toronto, was 21st (112) _ neither advanced to the semifinal round.

Men’s 50-metre rifle (three positions) – Grzegorz Sych, Kitchener, Ont., was ninth in qualifying with a score of 1,143; Michal Dugovic, London, Ont., 21st (1,107) _ neither advanced to the final round.


Women – Canada (1-0) defeated Brazil 6-0 to open the preliminary round.


Women’s 49kg – Yvette Yong, Vancouver, lost the bronze medal match to Iris Silva, Brazil, 8-6.

Men’s 58kg – Tyler Muscat, Burlington, Ont., lost to John Maduro, Aruba, 9-4 in the round of 16.


Men – Canada (2-0) defeated Puerto Rico 3-1 in the preliminary round. The Canadians are alone in first place group B.