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... on September 19, 2000

SYDNEY (CP) -- What Canada Did at the Olympics on Tuesday:

BADMINTON
Women's doubles: Milaine Cloutier, Granby, Que., and Robbyn Hermitage, Kitchener, Ont., lost 15-4, 15-10 to Joanne Goode and Donna Kellogg, Britain, eliminated.

BASKETBALL
Men: Canada def. Angola 99-54, raising record to 2-0 in Pool B,

BOXING
Flyweight (51-kg): Andrew Kooner, Tecumseh, Ont., def. Nacer Keddam, Algeria, 18-11, in opening-round bout, advanced to next round.
Light middleweight (71-kg): Scott MacIntosh, Sydney, N.S., def. Sakio Bika Mbah, Cameroon, 8-3, in opening-round bout, advanced to next round.

CANOE-KAYAK
Slalom
Men's C-2 doubles: Benoit Gauthier, Lac-Alouette, Que., and Tyler Lawlor, Ottawa, finished ninth in qualifying, advanced to final.
Men's K-1 singles: David Ford, Edmonton, finished 22nd in qualifying, eliminated.

CYCLING
Women's sprint: Tanya Dubnicoff, Winnipeg, lost best-of-three quarter-final 2-0 to Iryna Yanovych, Ukraine, eliminated.

JUDO
Women's 63-kg: Sophie Roberge, Beauport, Que., lost by ippon to Severome Vandenhende, France, then lost in second-change repechage, eliminated.

ROWING
Men's double sculls: Todd Hallett, Dartmouth, N.S., and Dominic Seiterle, Montreal, finished fourth in their second-chance repechage heat, eliminated.
Women's pairs: Emma Robinson, Winnipeg, and Theresa Luke, 100 Mile House, B.C., were second in repechage heat, advanced to semifinals.
Women's singles sculls: Kristen Wall, Victoria, was third in repechage heat, dropped to consolation competition.

SAILING
Men's soling: Bill and Matt Abbott, Sarnia Ont., and Brad Boston, Point Edward, Ont., were 12th overall after four races.
Women's mistral (board): Caroll-Ann Alie, Gracefield, Que., was 21st after four races.

SHOOTING
Women's double trap (120 targets): Cynthia Meyer, Bowen Island, B.C., placed fifth in final; Sue Nattrass, Edmonton, was 15th in qualifying, eliminated.

SOFTBALL
Women: Canada lost 1-0 to Australia, dropped to 0-3 record in round-robin play.

SWIMMING
Men's 100-metre freestyle: Craig Hutchison, Pointe-Claire, Que., finished fifth in heat, eliminated; Yannick Lupien, Ste-Foy, Que., was seventh in heat, eliminated.
Men's 200-metre breaststroke: Morgan Knabe, Calgary, finished fifth in semifinal, eliminated.
Men's 800-metre freestyle relay: Mark Johnston, St. Catharines, Ont.; Brian Johns, Richmond, B.C.; Michael Mintenko, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Rick Say, Salmon Arm, B.C.), were seventh in final.
Women's 200-metre individual medley: Marianne Limpert, Fredericton, finished fourth in final; Joanne Malar, Hamilton, was fifth.
Women's 200-metre butterfly: Jen Button, Waterloo, Ont., was sixth in heat, eliminated; Jessica Deglau, Vancouver, finished seventh in heat, eliminated.

TABLE TENNIS
Men's singles: Johnny Huang, Toronto, def. Renier Sosa, Cuba, 21-16, 21-12, 21-12 in Group D play; then beat Segun Toriola, Nigeria, 21-12, 12-21, 22-24, 21-19, 21-7.
Women's singles: Lijuan Geng, Ottawa, def. Shirley Zhou, Australia, 21-17, 21-13, 21-15 in Group A play; then beat Nanthana Komwong, Thailand, 21-12, 21-10, 21-13; Xiao Xiao Wang, Edmonton, def. Tawny Banh, U.S., 21-15, 22-20, 22-20 in Group D play; lost 21-18, 21-12, 21-13 to Lee Eun-sil, South Korea.

TENNIS
Men's singles: Daniel Nestor, Toronto, def. Barry Cowan, Britain, 5-7, 6-1, 6-4 in first round, advanced to second round.

WATER POLO
Women: Canada lost 7-4 to the Netherlands, dropping to 1-1-2 in round-robin play.




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PARALYMPICS
Purdy's golden moment
WRESTLING
IOC strips gold medal
TENNIS
Nestor's golden win hits home
BOXING
Harrison starts in Britain
WEIGHTLIFTING
Bulgarian coach resigns
TRACK & FIELD
Student suspended for e-mail threats
CANOE/KAYAK
Bridesmaid Brunet
PENTATHLON
Brit wins women's modern pentathlon
TRIATHLON
Simon's our man
BASKETBALL
Dream Team hangs on for another gold
WATER POLO
Hungary destroys Russia in title game
GYMNASTICS
Barsukova wins rhythmic gold in an upset
EQUESTRIAN
Wind dashes Millar's medal hopes
VOLLEYBALL
Yugoslavia beats Russia for gold
DIVING
Despatie arrives early
FIELD HOCKEY
Netherlands retains Olympic title
TAEKWONDO
Bosshart wins bronze in taekwondo
SYNCHRO
Ironic performance wins bronze
SAILING
Clarke retires after finishing 17th