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Monday, September 21, 1998
What Canada Did Monday at the GamesKUALA LUMPUR (CP) -- What Canada Did at the Commonwealth Games on Monday (all distances in metres, unless specified):
Women's 100 hurdles: Katie Anderson, Toronto, won bronze medal; Leslie Tashlin, Haliburton, Ont., finished fourth in final.
Women's 1,500: Cindy O'Krane, Horseshoe Bay, B.C., was fifth in final; Leah Pells, Langley, B.C., placed seventh.
Women's 400 relay: Katie Anderson, Toronto; Philomena Mensah, Surrey, B.C.; Martha Adusei, Toronto; Tara Perry, Coquitlam, B.C., placed fifth in final.
Women's 1,600 relay: Karlene Haughton, Brampton, Ont.; Diane Cummins, Vancouver; Ladonna Antoine, Regina; Foy Williams, Toronto, won bronze.
Women's triple jump: Michelle Hastick, Brampton, was sixth in final.
Men's 400 relay: O'Brian Gibbons, Toronto; Glenroy Gilbert, Ottawa; Brad McCuaig, Calgary; Trevino Betty, London, Ont., won silver medal.
Men's 1,600 relay: -- Monte Raymond, Toronto; Don Bruno, Edmonton; Alexandre Marchand, Pointe-du-lac, Que., and Shane Niemi, Kamloops, B.C., finished eighth in final.
Men's 1,500: Stephen Agar, Ottawa, finished seventh in final.
Men's javelin: Erin Bevans, Port Moody, B.C., was ninth in final.
Men's shot put: Jason Tunks, London, placed 11th in final.
Men's 50-kilometre road walk: Tim Barrett, Edmonton, did not finish.
Rope: Erika-Leigh Stirton, Oakville, Ont., won gold medal; Emile Livingston, Toronto, finished fourth in final.
Hoop: Erika-Leigh Stirton, won gold; Emile Livingston, was fifth in final.
Clubs: Erika-Leigh Stirton, won gold; Emile Livingston, won bronze.
Ribbon: Erika-Leigh Stirton, won gold; Emile Livingston, was fifth final.