Last night Canadian athletes won three Gold medals.
In women’s trampoline, Rosannagh MacLennan of Toronto recorded 53.975 points to win Gold. Americans Dakota Earnest and Alaina Williams won Silver and Bronze respectively.
Canadian Olympic multi-medallist Karen Cockburn fell ill and didn’t compete in the final.
In men’s trampoline, Keegan Soehn of Red Deer, Alberta won the Gold medal in posting a score of 55.535. Rafael Andrade of Brazil won the Silver medal and Jose Alberto Vargas of Mexico won the Bronze medal.
Canada’s third Gold medal came in the women’s cycling team pursuit. Laura Brown and Stephanie Roorda, each of Calgary teamed with Jasmin Glaesser of Coquitlam, British Columbia to set a Pan American Games record time of 3:21.448. The Canadians beat Cuba in the final.
Canada’s medal count is now at thirty medals. They are now tied with Brazil for second overall in the standings, but 33 medals fewer than the United States of America.