Team Canada Wins 16 Medals on Day 2 of TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games

Monday, July 13, 2015

On day 2, Team Canada brought home 16 medals in competition at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games.

CANADA’S MEDAL COUNT:

GOLD: 10
SILVER: 8
BRONZE: 6
TOTAL: 24

9:19 p.m. EDT: Arthur Margelidon wins judo BRONZE in men’s 73kg event

8:52 p.m. EDT: Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard wins judo SILVER in women’s 57kg event

8:43 p.m. EDT: Shawn Delierre wins squash BRONZE in men’s singles

8:37 p.m. EDT: Canada wins SILVER in gymnastics team-around

8:29 p.m. EDT: Canadian men’s rugby sevens team wins GOLD - with Matt Mullings (Belleville, ON), John Moonlight (Pickering, ON), and Lucas Hammond (Toronto, ON)

8:26 p.m. EDT: Antoine Bouchard wins judo SILVER in men’s 66kg event

7:40 p.m. EDT: Samantha Cornett (Ottawa, ON) wins squash BRONZE in women’s singles

7:16 p.m. EDT: Pamela Ware wins diving SILVER in women’s 3m springboard

7:16 p.m. EDT: Jennifer Abel wins diving GOLD in women’s 3m springboard

6:54 p.m. EDT: Francis Luna-Grenier wins weightlifting BRONZE in men’s 69kg event

6:49 p.m. EDT: GOLD for Canadian women’s rugby sevens team - with Britt Benn (Napanee, ON), Hannah Darling (Lakefiled, ON), Sara Kaljuvee (Ajax, ON), Ghislaine Landry (Toronto, ON), Nadia Popov (Newmarket, ON), and Kelly Russell (Bolton, ON)

5:30 p.m. EDT: Canadian dressage team wins equestrian SILVER - with Megan Lane (Collingwood, ON), Belinda Trussell (Stouffville, ON), and Chris von Martels (Ridgetown, ON)

3:41 p.m. EDT: Raphael Gagne wins GOLD men’s cross-country mountain bike

2:33 p.m. EDT: Lynda Kiejko wins shooting GOLD in 10m air pistol

11:39 a.m. EDT: Catharine Pendrel wins SILVER in women’s cross-country mountain bike

11:39 a.m. EDT: Emily Batty (Brooklin, ON) wins GOLD in women’s cross-country mountain bike

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