Team Canada Wins 19 Medals on Day 15 of TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games

Sunday, July 26, 2015

On day 15, Team Canada brought home 19 medals in competition at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games.

CANADA’S MEDAL COUNT:

GOLD: 77
SILVER: 68
BRONZE: 69
TOTAL: 214

9:58 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Athletics - 4x400m Relay Women
(with Taylor Sharpe - Pickering and Sarah Wells - Unionville)

9:52 p.m. EST: SILVER - Karate - +68kg Women - BOISVENUE

9:49 p.m. EST: GOLD - Boxing - 60kg Women - VEYRE

9:36 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Racquetball - Team Men
(with Mike Green - Hamilton)

9:32 p.m. EST: GOLD - Boxing - 51kg Women - BUJOLD
(Mandy Bujold - Kitchener)

9:06 p.m. EST: SILVER - Field Hockey - Men
(with Devohn Noronha-Teixeira - Mississauga)

9:05 p.m. EST: GOLD - Fencing - Foil Team Women
(with Kelleigh Ryan - Ottawa and Eleanor Harvey - Hamilton)

8:43 p.m. EST: GOLD & SILVER - Athletics - High Jump Men - DROUIN & MASON
(Derek Drouin - Corunna)

8:03 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Cycling - Road - Road Race Men - BOIVIN

7:43 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Athletics - 4x100m Relay Women
(with Khamica Bingham - Caledon; Crystal Emmanuel - East York; Phylicia George - Markham; Shaina Harrison - Aurora; and Jellisa Westney - Mississauga)

7:22 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Racquetball - Team Women

7:08 p.m. EST: SILVER & BRONZE - Athletics - 1500m Women - SIFUENTES & GOLLISH
(Sasha Gollish - Toronto)

6:30 p.m. EST: SILVER - Basketball Men
(with Anthony Bennett - Brampton; Sim Bhullar - Brampton; Dillion Brooks - Mississauga; Junior Cadougan - Toronto; Aaron Dornekamp - Odessa; Melvin Ejim - Toronto; Brady Heslip - Burlington; Daniel Mullings - Scarborough; Jamal Murray - Kitchener; and Andrew Nicholson - Mississauga)

4:26 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Tenpin Bowling - Singles - MACLELLAND
(Dan MacLelland - Kitchener)

3:36 p.m. EST: GOLD & BRONZE - Cycling - Road - Road Race Women - GLAESSER & BEVERIDGE

2:27 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Table Tennis - Singles Men - WANG
(Eugene Wang - Ottawa)

Detailed Results

Story and Photo from the Canadian Olympic Committee Website | Olympic.ca

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