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Pan Am Games roundup: Canada going for gold on Day 5

BT Toronto | posted Thursday, Jul 16th, 2015

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What a day, eh! Team Canada continues to dominate the gold medal table holding strong to the top podium spot with a total of 33 medals, at the end of day five.

Team Canada collected 18 medals in just one day.

The women’s quadruple sculls won gold, the men’s lightweight four won gold, the men’s eight won gold and Robert Gibson won a silver in the men’s single sculls.

Ellie Black is cleaning house in gymnastics with a total of five medals: three gold, one silver and one bronze.

There was also a plethora of medals won in the pool.

Team Canada lost its number one spot on the total medal tally to Team US by just three medals.

Canada has a total of 82 medals, the United States holds the largest amount of medals with 85.

Below is a full look at Canada’s gold medallists from Wednesday:

Comments

  • Syd Nolan says:

    I have been very disappointed with the overall coverage of the Pan Am Games by the Canadian television stations-If these games were being held in the USA you can be guaranteed that the coverage would follow the USA athletes–for some reason, we don’t seem to have the same pride in our wonderful and very successful Canadian athletes–I am going to chalk that up to corporate greed that maybe they cant sell a lot od advertising because the games aren’t drawing that much interest–when in reality, the stations are just missing the boat by not covering more of the games throughout the day as we usually get with the olympics

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