What Canada did...
... on September 30, 2000
SYDNEY (CP) -- What Canada Did at the Olympics on Saturday:
Men: Canada def. Russia 86-83 in double overtime to finish in seventh place overall.
Men's C-1 1,000m: Steve Giles, Lake Echo, N.S., won bronze medal.
Men's C-2 1,000m: Attila Buday and Tamas Buday, Mississauga, Ont., finished seventh in final.
Women's K-4 500m: Carrie Lightbound, Mississauga; Julia Rivard, North Bay, Ont.; Kamini Jain, Calgary; Marie-Josee Gibeau-Ouimet, Lachine, Que., wound up ninth in final.
Women's individual time trial: Clara Hughes, Winnipeg, finished sixth in final; Genevieve Jeanson, Lachine, was 15th in final.
Men's individual time trial: Eric Wohlberg, Levack, Ont., placed 20th in final.
Men's 10m platform: Alexander Despatie, Montreal, finished fourth in final.
Men: Canada lost 3-0 to Spain, finished in 10th place overall.
Open Star: Ross Macdonald, Vancouver, and Kai Bjorn, Montreal, wound up fifth overall.
Men's Finn: Richard Clarke, Toronto, finished 17th overall.
Women's heavyweight (67-kg plus): Dominique Bosshart, Winnipeg, won bronze medal, with 3-1 record.
58-kg: Gia Sissaouri, Montreal, def. Talata Embalo, Guineau-Bisseau, by forfeit, in elimination round.
69-kg: Daniel Igali, Surrey, B.C., def. Amir Tavakolian Haghighi, Iran, 2-2, OT, 9:00, to advance to quarter-finals.
85-kg: Justin Abdou, Moose Jaw, Sask., lost 8-0 to Yoel Romero, Cuba, in elimination round