What Canada Did Friday at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Summer Games

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What Canada Did Friday at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Summer Games


What Canada Did Friday at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Summer Games

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RIO DE JANEIRO - What Canada Did on Friday, the second day of competition at the Rio Paralympic Summer Games (distances in metres):

ATHLETICS

Men's T53 100 _ Brent Lakatos, Dorval, Que., won the gold medal in 14.44 seconds. Jean-Philippe Maranda, Ste-Aurelie. Que., finished 16th in his heat and did not advance.

Men's F44 javelin _ Alister McQueen, Calgary, won the silver medal with a throw of 55.56 metres.

Women's F11 discus _ Ness Murby, Salt Spring Island, B.C., finished sixth in the final with a throw of 28.02 metres.

Men's T54 5,000 _ Josh Cassidy, Port Elgin, Ont., finished seventh in his heat and advanced to the final on Sunday.

CYCLING (TRACK)

Men's C1 3,000 individual pursuit _ Ross Wilson, Sherwood Park, Alta., won the silver medal after losing the final to Zhangyu Li, China.

Men's C2 3,000 individual pursuit _ Tristen Chernove, Powell River, B.C., won the silver medal after losing the final to Guihua Liang, China.

Men's C3 3,000 individual pursuit _ Michael Sametz, Calgary, lost the bronze medal race.

GOALBALL

Women _ Canada lost 12-4 to Turkey in its opening preliminary-round game.

Men _ Canada lost 11-3 to Brazil in its opening preliminary-round game.

ROWING

LTA Mixed Coxed Four _ Victoria Nolan, Toronto; Meghan Montgomery, Winnipeg; Andrew Todd, Thunder Bay, Ont.; Curtis Halladay, Sudbury, Ont. and coxswain Kristen Kit, St. Catharines, Ont., finished third in their heat to advance to the repechage.

SWIMMING

Women's S10 50 freestyle _ Aurelie Rivard, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. …

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