How Canada’s athletes fared Monday in Rio
A pair of bronze medals push Canada’s overall haul to four
Here how all of Canada’s athletes fared on Monday.
Bronze in rugby 7s
Women — Canada lost 17-5 to Australia in the semifinals, but later defeated Great Britain 33-10 to win the bronze medal.
Another medal in the pool
Women’s 100m Backstroke — Kylie Masse, LaSalle, Ont., won the bronze medal in 58.76.
- WATCH: Kylie Masse wins bronze in 100m backstroke
- WATCH: Kylie Masse is given her medal for the women’s 100-metre backstroke
Women — Canada beat Serbia 71-67 in the preliminary round, improving to 2-0 in Group B. Kia Nurse, Hamilton, Ont., led with 25 points.
- WATCH: Kia Nurse leads Canada to comeback victory over Serbia
- SCHEDULE & RESULTS: Basketball at Rio 2016
Men — Josh Binstock, Richmond Hill, Ont., and Sam Schachter, Richmond Hill, Ont., lost to Adrian Raurich and Alex Ranghieri, Italy, in the preliminary round, 21-18, 14-21, 15-11.
- WATCH: Canada falls to Italy in beach volleyball
- WATCH: Italian player uses unique ‘sky serve’ against Canada
- SCHEDULE & RESULTS: Beach volleyball at Rio 2016
Eventing: individual cross-country — Rebecca Howard, Marlborough, U.K., finished 15th on Riddle Master; Jessica Phoenix, Cannington, Ont., finished 41st on A Little Romance; Colleen Loach, Dunham, Que., finished 45th on Qorry Blue d’Argouges; Kathryn Robinson, Kettering, England, finished 55th on Let It Bee.
- WATCH: Jessica Phoenix and A Little Romance run through cross country
- SCHEDULE & RESULTS: Equestrian at Rio 2016
Eventing: team — Jessica Phoenix, Kathryn Robinson, Colleen Loach, Rebecca Howard, finished 11th with a score of 331.10.
Men — Canada lost 3-1 to Argentina in the preliminary round, dropping to 0-2 in Group B. Scott Tupper, Vancouver, scored the lone goal.
Women’s 57 kg — Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard, St-Hubert, Que., lost to Hedvig Karakas, Hungary, on a non-combativity penalty at 4:00 in the round of 16.
Men’s quadruple sculls — Julien Bahain, Sherbrooke, Que.; Will Dean, Kelowna, B.C.; Rob Gibson, Kingston, Ont.; Pascal Lussier, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., finished fifth in repechage in 5:56.28.
- WATCH: Canadian men’s quad scullers miss out on qualifying for finals
- WATCH: Canadian rower Rob Gibson emotional following defeat
- SCHEDULE & RESULTS: Rowing at Rio 2016
Women’s eight — Christy Nurse, Georgetown, Ont.; Lisa Roman, Langley, B.C.; Antje von Seydlitz, Smithers, B.C.; Christine Roper, Montego Bay, Jamaica; Lauren Wilkinson, North Vancouver, B.C.; Natalie Mastracci, Thorold, Ont.; Lesley Thompson-Willie, London, Ont.; Caileigh Filmer, Victoria; Suzanne Grainger, London, Ont., finished third in their heat in 6:12.44.
Women’s lightweight double sculls — Lindsay Jennerich, Victoria, and Patricia Obee, Victoria, finished first in their heat in 7:03.51.
Men’s fours — Will Crothers, Kingston, Ont.; Conlin McCabe, Brockville, Ont.; Kai Langerfeld, North Vancouver, B.C.; Tim Schrijver, Thedford, Ont., finished second in their heat in 5:58.26.
Women’s pairs — Nicole Hare, Calgary; Jennifer Martins, Toronto, finished fourth in their heat in 5:58.26.
Men’s lightweight fours — Maxwell Lattimer, Delta, B.C.; Nicolas Pratt, Kingston, Ont.; Brendan Hodge, South Delta, B.C.; Eric Woelfl, St. Catharines, Ont., finished fourth in repechage in 6:05.35.
Men’s one-person dinghy (Laser) — Lee Parkhill, Oakville, Ont., finished 37th.
Women’s one-person dinghy (Laser) — Brenda Bowskill, Toronto, finished 31st.
Women’s 200-metre freestyle — Katerine Savard, Pont-Rouge, Que., finished second in her heat in 1:57.15. Savard finished seventh in the semifinal in 1:57.36. Brittany MacLean, Toronto, finished sixth in her heat in 1:57.74. MacLean finished fifth in the semifinal in 1:57.36.
- WATCH: Brittany MacLean finishes 5th in women’s 200m freestyle
- SCHEDULE & RESULTS: Swimming at Rio 2016
Women’s 200m individual medley — Sydney Pickrem, Halifax, finished second in her heat in 2:11.06. Pickrem finished seventh in the semifinal in 2:10.57, and qualified for the final. Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson, finished fourth in her heat in 2:12.56. Seltenreich-Hodgson finished 14th in 2:12.25 and did not qualify for the final.
Women’s 100m breaststroke — Rachel Nicol, Lethbridge, Alta., finished fifth in the final in 1:06.68.
Men’s singles — Eugene Wang, Ottawa, lost to Chun Ting Wong, Hong Kong, in the third round, 11-9, 11-8, 11-5, 11-9.
Women’s singles — Eugenie Bouchard, Westmount, Que., was eliminated from singles play after losing to second-ranked Angelique Kerber, Germany, in the second round, 6-4, 6-2.
Men’s doubles — Daniel Nestor, Toronto, and Vasek Pospisil, Vernon, B.C., defeated Joao Sousa and Gastao Elias, Portugal, in the second round, 6-1, 6-4.
Article written by The Canadian Press