Team Canada Wins 8 Medals on Day 14 of TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games

Saturday, July 25, 2015

On day 14, Team Canada brought home 8 medals in competition at the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games.


GOLD: 72
TOTAL: 195

9:08 p.m. EST: GOLD - Athletics - Long Jump Women - NETTEY

8:51 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Karate - 75kg Men - BOILY-MARTINEAU

8:20 p.m. EST: GOLD - Boxing - 64kg Men - BIYARSLANOV
(Arthur Biyarslanov - Toronto)

6:44 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Athletics - 3000m Steeplechase Women - LALONDE

6:37 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Field Hockey Women
(with Kate Gillis - Kingston; Brienne Stairs - Kitchener; and Amanda Woodcroft - Waterloo)

6:12 p.m. EST: SILVER & BRONZE - Athletics - 1500m Men - BRANNEN & PHILIBERT-THIBOUTOT
(Nathan Brannen - Cambridge)

5:58 p.m. EST: GOLD - Athletics - 200m Men - DE GRASSE
(Andre De Grasse - Markham)

Detailed Results

Story and photo from the Canadian Olympic Committee Website |

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