What Canada did...
... on September 26, 2000
SYDNEY (CP) -- What Canada Did at the Olympics on Tuesday:
Women: Canada lost 67-58 to Cuba to finish in 10th place overall.
Heavyweight (91-kg): Mark Simmons, Toronto, lost 16-1 on points to Sebastien Kober, Germany, in quarter-final bout.
Men's K-1 1,000: Mihai Apostol, Dartmouth, N.S., finished eighth in heat, eliminated from medal competition.
Men's C-1 1,000: Steve Giles, Lake Echo, N.S., was second in heat, advanced to final.
Men's C-2 1,000: Attila Buday and Tamas Buday Jr., Mississauga, Ont., were sixth in heat, advanced to semifinals.
Women's K-4 500: Marie-Jones Gibeau-Ouimet, Lachine, Que.; Carrie Lightbound, Mississauga, Ont.; Julie Rivard, North Bay, Ont.; Kamini Jain, Calgary, placed fifth in heat, advanced to semifinals.
Womnen's road race: Genevieve Jeanson, Lachine, Que., placed 11th in final; Lyne Bessette, Lac Brome, Que., was 22nd; Clara Hughes, Winnipeg, wound up 43rd.
Men: Canada tied Malaysia 1-1 to finish with 0-2-3 record in Pool A round-robin play.
Men's Finn: Richard Clarke, Toronto, was 16th overall after six races.
Open Star: Ross Macdonald, Vancouver, and Kai Bjorn, Montreal, were eighth overall after six races.
Women's Europe: Beth Calkin, West Vancouver, B.C., was 14th overall after eight races.
Open Laser: Marty Essig, Carlisle, Ont., was 25th overall after seven races.