Team Canada Wins 14 Medals on Day Six of TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games

Friday, July 17, 2015

On day six, Team Canada brought home 14 medals in competition at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games.

CANADA’S MEDAL COUNT:

GOLD: 38
SILVER: 36
BRONZE: 23
TOTAL: 97

9:35 p.m. EST: GOLD - Wrestling - Freestyle - 48kg Women - MORRISON

9:00 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Swimming - 4x200m Freestyle Relay Women
(with Brittany MacLean - Toronto)

8:25 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Swimming - 100m Butterfly Men - CONDORELLI
(Santo Condorelli - Kenora)

8:14 p.m. EST: SILVER & BRONZE - Swimming - 100m Butterfly Women - THOMAS & SAVARD

8:06 p.m. EST: GOLD - Tennis - Doubles Women - DABROWSKI/ZHAO
(Gabriela Dabrowski - Burlington and Carol Zhao - Richmond Hill)

7:57 p.m. EST: SILVER - Swimming - 400m IM Men - REILLY

7: 35 p.m. EST: SILVER - Swimming - 400m Individual Medley Women - PICKREM

7:15 p.m. EST: GOLD - Cycling - Track - Team Sprint Women

6:16 p.m. EST: GOLD - Cycling - Track - Team Sprint Men
(with Joseph Veloce - Fonthill)

5:20 p.m. EST: SILVER - Badminton - Singles Men - D’SOUZA
(Andrew D’Souza - Ottawa)

4:10 p.m. EST: SILVER - Badminton - Doubles Mixed - NG/BRUCE
(Alex Bruce - Toronto, ON)

2:39 p.m. EST: GOLD & SILVER - Badminton - Singles Women - LI & HONDERICH
(Michelle Li - Markham and Rachel Honderich - Toronto)

Detailed Results

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