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

Thursday, July 16, 2015

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

CANADA’S MEDAL COUNT:

GOLD: 33
SILVER: 30
BRONZE: 20
TOTAL: 83

9:42 p.m. EST: SILVER - Tennis - Mixed Doubles - BESTER/DABROWSKI
(Gabriela Dabrowski - Ottawa)

9:30 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Swimming - 4x200m Freestyle Relay - MEN

8:46 p.m. EST: GOLD & SILVER - Swimming - 200m Backstroke Women - CALDWELL/BOUCHARD
(Hilary Caldwell - White Rock & Dominique Bouchard - Chelmsford)

8:34 p.m. EST: SILVER - Weightlifting - +105kg Men - KOBALADZE

8:12 p.m. EST: SILVER - Swimming - 200m Breaststroke Men - FUNK

7:59 p.m. EST: GOLD & SILVER - Swimming - 200m Breaststroke Women - SMITH & MCCABE
(Martha McCabe - Toronto)

7:39 p.m. EST: BRONZE - Water Polo - Men
(with John Conway - Ottawa; Dusan Radojcic - Toronto; and Alec Taschereau - Ottawa)

7:29 p.m. EST: SILVER - Swimming - 200m Freestyle Women - OVERHOLT

4:52 p.m. EST: GOLD - Shooting - 25m Pistol Women - KIEJKO

4:06 p.m. EST: SILVER - Gymnastics - Artistic - Horizontal Bar - LYTWYN
(Kevin Lytwyn - Stoney Creek)

3:34 p.m. EST: GOLD - Gymnastics - Artistic - Floor Women- BLACK

2:21 p.m. EST: GOLD & BRONZE - Gymnastics - Artistic - Balance Beam - BLACK & WOO

10: 46 a.m. EST: GOLD - Rowing - Eights Men
(with Tim Schrijver - Forest; Conlin McCabe - Brockville; Will Crothers - Kingston; and Jacob Koudys - Fonthill)

10:25 a.m. EST: GOLD - Rowing - Quadruple Sculls Women
(with Katie Goodfellow - Perth; Carling Zeeman - Cambridge; and Kerry Maher-Shaffer - Welland)

9:51 a.m. EST: GOLD - Rowing - Lightweight Coxless Four Men
(with Nicolas Pratt - Kingston & Eric Woelfl - St. Catharines)

9:38 a.m. EST: SILVER - Rowing - Single Sculls Men - GIBSON
(Rob Gibson - Kingston)

Detailed Results

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