WHAT CANADA DID
THE CANADIAN PRESS
TORONTO — What Canada Did on Thursday at the Pan American Games (distances in metres unless specified):
Men’s Individual — Jay Lyon, Winnipeg, advanced to Saturday’s semifinals with a 6-2 victory over C.Klimitchek of the U.S.; in the elimination round, Crispin Duenas, Toronto, lost 6-5 to J.Irizarry of Puerto Rico, while Patrick Rivest-Bunster, Montreal, was beaten 6-4 by teammate Lyon — neither advanced.
Women’s singles — Michelle Li, Markham, Ont., defeated Rachel Honderich, Toronto, 2-0 in the gold medal match Mixed doubles — Toby Ng, Vancouver, and Alex Bruce, Toronto, earned a silver medal after losing the final 2-1 to Chew and Subandhi of the U.S. Men’s singles — Andrew D’Souza, Ottawa, won the silver after losing 2-0 in the final to K.Cordon of Guatemala.
Men — Canada defeated Puerto Rico 11-4 in the preliminary round to improve to 5-0.
Women — Canada opened the preliminary round with a 101-38 win over Venezuela.
Women’s Team Sprint — Monique Sullivan and Kate O’Brien, both Calgary, won the gold medal and set a Pan Am record in qualifying (33.584 ). Men’s Team Sprint — Canada (Hugo Barrette, Iles de la Madeleine, Que.; Joseph Veloce, Fonthill, Ont.; Evan Carey, Victoria), won the gold medal in 44.241. Women’s 4,000 team pursuit — Canada (Allison Beveridge, Calgary; Laura Brown and Jasmin Glaesser, both Vancouver; Kirsti Lay, Medicine Hat, Alta.), were the top squad in qualifying (4:24.368) and will defeated Cuba for a spot in Friday’s gold medal race. Men’s Omnium — Remi Pelletier-Roy of Longueuil, Que., is fifth overall after the first day with 98 points (fourth in scratch; first in individual pursuit (4:25.189), and ninth in elimination element).
Men — Canada defeated Chile 1-0 in the preliminary round to improve to 2-0.
Men’s Individual — Austin Connelly, Irving, Texas, is five shots back after a two-under 70 opening round; Garrett Rank, Elmira, Ont., shot 79. Women’s Individual — Lorie Kane, Charlottetown, is 11 shots back after a seven- over 79 opening round. Mixed Team — Canada (Connelly, Rank, Kane), combined for a score of 134 to be nine shots back after the first round.
Women — Canada opened the preliminary around with a 25-22 loss to Mexico.
(standings after 10 races, unless specified) Women’s Laser Radial — Brenda Bowskill, Toronto, is eighth overall with 62 points. Men’s Laser — Lee Parkhill, Oakville, Ont., ranks fourth (35 points). Women’s RS:X — Nikola Girke, West Vancouver, B.C., is sixth (50) Men’s RS:X — Zac Plavsic, West Vancouver, B.C., fifth (42 points). Women’s 49er FX — Danielle Boyd, Kingston, Ont., and Erin Rafuse, Halifax, are sixth after ll races (57). Open Sunfish — Luke Ramsay, Vancouver, won two of the day’s three races to move into first place (24). Open Hobie 16 — Daniel Borg, Mississauga, Ont., and Liana Giovando, Toronto, fifth (39.3). Open J24 — Canada (Donald (Sandy) Andrews, David Jarvis, Terry McLaughlin, David Ogden — all Toronto) are in second place (24). Open Snipe — Alexandra Damley-Strnad, Mississauga, Ont., and Evert McLaughlin, Toronto, are fifth (47). Mixed Lightning — Canada (Jamie Allen and Chantal Leger, Montreal; Jay Deakin, Pointe-Claire, Que.) stand fifth overall (43).
Men’s double trap — Kabir Dhillon, Toronto, was 12th in qualifying with 109 points; Paul Shaw, Collingwood, Ont., 17th (101) — neither advanced to the final.
Men — Canada defeated Venezuela 4-1 in the preliminary round to improve to 5-0. SQUASH Women’s Team — Canada defeated Mexico in the semifinals 3-0, and will play in Friday’s gold medal match (Samantha Cornett, Ottawa, beat K.Urrutia; Nikole Todd, Regina, beat S.Teran; Hollie Naughton,