Team Canada Wins 17 Medals on Day 3 of TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

On day three, Team Canada brought home 17 medals in competition at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games.

CANADA’S MEDAL COUNT:

GOLD: 17
SILVER: 14
BRONZE: 10
TOTAL: 41

9:20 p.m. EDT: GOLD - Judo - 70kg Women - ZUPANCIC (Keltia Zupancic - Whitby, ON)

8:45 p.m. EDT: GOLD - Gymnastics - Artistic - Individual All-Around Women - BLACK

8:34 p.m. EDT: SILVER - Diving - 10m Springboard Synchronised Men - GAGNE/RIENDEAU

8:25 p.m. EDT: SILVER - Judo - 63kg Women - TREMBLAY

7:21 p.m. EDT: SILVER - Diving - 3m Springboard Synchronised Women (ABEL/WARE)

5:53 p.m. EDT: BRONZE - Rollersports - Speed Skating - 10000m Points Men - BELCHOS (Jordan Belchos - Scarborough, ON)

3:57 p.m. EDT: GOLD - Shooting - Trap Women - CHUDOBA

3:28 p.m. EDT: SILVER - Diving - 3m Springboard Synchronised Men (GAGNE/IMBEAU-DULAC)

1:43 p.m. EDT: GOLD - Diving - 10m Platform Synchronised Women (BENFEITO/FILION)

11:39 a.m. EDT: SILVER - Canoe/Kayak - Sprint - K1 500m Women - RUSSELL

11:11 a.m. EDT: GOLD - Canoe/Kayak - Sprint - C2 1000m Men (RUSSELL/BEAUCHESNE-SEVIGNY)

10:15 a.m. EDT: GOLD - Rowing - Coxless Four Men (with Will Crothers - Kingston, ON; Tim Schrijver - Forest, ON; and Conlin McCabe - Brockville, ON)

9:58 a.m. EDT: SILVER - Canoe/Kayak - Sprint - C1 1000m Men - OLDERSHAW (Mark Oldershaw - Burlington, ON)

9:55 a.m. EDT: BRONZE - Rowing - Double Sculls Men (LUSSIER/BUIE) (Matthew Buie - Duntroon, ON)

9:41 a.m. EDT: BRONZE - Canoe/Kayak - Sprint - K1 1000m Men - VAN KOEVERDEN (Adam van Koeverden - Oakville, ON)

9:35 a.m. EDT: GOLD - Rowing - Double Sculls Women (SHAFFER/VON SEYDLITZ) (Kerry Maher-Shaffer - Welland, ON)

9:26 a.m. EDT: BRONZE - Rowing - Coxless Pairs Women (DEBOEF/BAUDER)

Detailed Results

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