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Canada at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

Canada competed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games which were held in Delhi, India from October 3–14, 2010. Canada competed in 15 out of 17 sports with the exceptions being netball (team did not qualify) and tennis (scheduling conflicts).[3][4] Canada's team consisted of 251 athletes, which was a decrease of 3 from the 2006 games. However, the events at these games were much more than they were in 2006. Several athletes withdrew due to safety concerns, including medal contenders Priscilla Lopes-Schliep, Perdita Felician and Dietmar Trillus. Ken Pereira, Captain of the Men's field hockey team, was named the flag bearer on September 18, 2010, becoming the first Indo-Canadian and field hockey player to receive the honour.[2]

Canada at the
2010 Commonwealth Games
Flag of Canada.svg
CGF code CAN
CGA Commonwealth Games Canada
Website commonwealthgames.ca
in Delhi, India
Competitors 251[1] in 15 sports
Flag bearer Opening:Ken Pereira[2]
Closing:
Medals
Ranked 4th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
26 17 33 76
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)
British Empire Games
British Empire and Commonwealth Games
British Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games

Contents

MedalistsEdit

 
Dylan Armstrong won the men's shot put

Archery pictogram.svg ArcheryEdit

Canada sent 10 archers to the 2010 commonwealth games.[5] Kevin Tataryn and Dietmar Trillus on September 22, 2010 withdrew, due to safety concerns. The replacements Nathan Cameron and Michael Schleppe were announced on September 24, 2010.[6]

Men

Athlete Event Ranking Round Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Score Seed Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Crispin Duenas Recurve individual 663 5   Lakmal Rajasinghe (IND)
W 4-2
  Mathew Gray (AUS)
L 0-4
- - - -
Jason Lyon Recurve individual 674 3   Jean Babet (MRI)
W 4-0
  James Laing (SCO)
W 4-2
  Larry Godfrey (ENG)
W 7-3
  Jayanta Talukdar (IND)
W 6-0
  Rahul Banerjee (IND)
L 6-5
 
Hugh MacDonald Recurve individual 631 22   Wills (ENG)
L 0-4
- - - - -
Nathan Cameron Compound individual 684 23   Robert Timms (AUS)
L 4-0
Andrew Fagan Compound individual 699 7   George Vire (TRI)
W 4-0
  Robert Timms (AUS)
L 2-4
- - - -
Michael Schleppe Compound individual 696 11   Kyle Dods (SCO)
W 4-2
  Shaun Teasdale (NZL)
W 4-2
- - - -
Crispin Duenas
Jason Lyon
Hugh MacDonald
Team recurve   Australia
216-218
Nathan Cameron
Andrew Fagan
Michael Schleppe
Team compound   Malaysia
225-230

Women

Athlete Event Ranking Round Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Score Seed Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Marie-Pier Beaudet Recurve individual 574 20
Alana MacDougall Recurve individual 614 10
Kateri Vrakking Recurve individual 598 14
Camille Bouffard-Demers Compound individual 681 9
Doris Jones Compound individual 698 1  
Ashley Wallace Compound individual 686 7
Marie-Pier Beaudet
Alana MacDougall
Kateri Vrakking
Team recurve   Australia
205-201
  England
200-208
  Malaysia
202-192
 
Camille Bouffard-Demers
Doris Jones
Ashley Wallace
Team compound   Wales
223-222
  India
224-217
  England
228-232
 

Athletics pictogram.svg AthleticsEdit

Canada sent a team of 40 athletes to the 2010 Commonwealth games [7]

Men
Athlete(s) Events Round 1 Round 2 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Jared Connaughton 100 m - - - - - - - -
200 m 20.97 1 20.60 1 20.65 4 20.62 4
Sam Effah 100 m 10.28 4 10.15 3 10.16 4 10.37 7
Taylor Milne 1500 m 3:49.53 20 DNQ
Josh Cassidy T54 1500 m - - - - - - 3:21.14  
Jean-Paul Compaore T54 1500 m - - - - - - 3:21.45 5
Bryan Barnett
Jared Connaughton
Sam Effah
Hank Palmer
Oluseyi Smith
4x100 metre relay 38.45 1 DSQ
Evan Dunfee 20 km walk 1:28:13 6
Inaki Gomez 20 km walk 1:27:09 5
Michael Mason High jump 2.16m T-1 2.20m 7
Jason Wurster Pole vault - - 5.25 7
Dylan Armstrong Shot put 20.01m 1 21.02m  
Kyle Pettey F34 shot put - - 11.44  
Jamie Adjetey-Nelson Decathlon 8070  

Decathlon

Decathlon Event Jamie Adjetey-Nelson
Results Points Rank
100 m 10.87 890 1
Long jump 7.37m 903 2
Shot put 15.0m 790 1
High jump 2.02m 822 5
400 m 49.61 833 4
110 m hurdles 14.76 879 2
Discus throw 45.21m 771 2
Pole vault 4.70m 819 3
Javelin throw 61.32m 758 3
1500 m 4:52.23 605 8
Final 8070  
Women
Athlete(s) Events Round 1 Round 2 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Leah Robinson T37 100 m - - - - - - 15.27 5
Megan Muscat T37 100 m - - - - - - 15.73 7
Angela Whyte 100m hurdles 13.09 2 - - - - 12.98  
Adrienne Power 200 m 23.67 5 - - 23.59 5 23.52  
Carline Muir 400 m 52.21 4 52.55 6 52:43 7
Amonn Nelson 400 m 54.26 16 53.33 13 - -
Diane Cummins 800m 2:02.25 3 - - - - 2:00.13  
Nicole Edwards 1500m 4:13.90 12 4:08.16 5
Hilary Stellingwerff 1500m 4:13.01 8 4:12.87 11
Diane Roy T54 1500 m - - - - - - 3:53.95  
Megan Wright 5000m - - - - - - 16:55.86 8
Ruky Abdulai
Diane Cummins
Carline Muir
Amonn Nelson
Adrienne Power
Vicki Tolton
4x400 metre relay 3:33.42 3 3:30.20  
Ruky Abdulai Long jump 6.46m 2 6.13m 10
Tabia Charles Long jump 6.29m 7 6.44  
Triple jump - - 13.84m  
Alice Falaiye Long jump 6.32m 5 6.50  
Carly Dockendorf Pole vault - - 4.25m  
Gabriella Duclos-Lasnier Pole vault - - 4.10m 8
Kelsie Hendry Pole vault - - 4.25m  
Jillian Drouin High jump - - 1.78m T-6
Nicole Forrester High jump - - 1.91m  
Sultana Frizell Hammer throw 63.46 2 68.57  
Megann Rodhe Hammer throw 62.06 4 62.36 7
Crystal Smith Hammer throw 60.94 6 59.65 11
Jessica Zelinka Heptathlon 6100  

Heptathlon

Heptathlon Event Jessica Zelinka
Results Points Rank
100 m hurdles 13.19 1096 1
High jump 1.69m 842 5
Shot put 13.30m 747 2
200 m 24.08 973 1
Long jump 6.01 - 2
Javelin throw 41.68 - 3
800 m 2:15.26 - 1
Final 6100  

Badminton pictogram.svg BadmintonEdit

Canada's Badminton will consist of 11 athletes for the 2010 Commonwealth games .[8] Joseph Rogers and Milaine Cloutier will also attend as alternates. On September 28, 2010 Alvin Lau withdrew due to educational commitments.[9]

Men

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
David Snider Singles   Rasheed (MDV)
2-0
  M Rashim (MAS)
0-2
Alexander Pang Singles   Wogute (UGA)
2-0
  C Lee (MAS)
0-2
Toby Ng
Jon Vandervet
Doubles   Karunaratne
and Karunaratne (SRI)
2-1
  Clark
and Robertson (ENG)
0-2

Women

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Anna Rice Singles bye   Bruce (CAN)
2-0
  Lloyd (GUE)
2-0
  Nehwal (IND)
0-2
Michelle Li Singles   Lewis (JAM)
2-0
  Chambers (NIR)
2-0
  Xing (SIN)
2-0
  Cann (ENG)
1-2
Joycelyn Ko Singles   Clague (IOM)
2-0
  Xing (SIN)
0-2
Alexandra Bruce Singles   Nankabirwa (UGA)
2-0
  Rice (CAN)
0-2
Michelle Li
Alexandra Bruce
Doubles   Ideh
and Braimah (NGR)
2-0
  Wallwork
and White (ENG)
0-2
Grace Gao
Joycelyn Ko
Doubles   Harvey
and Turner (WAL)
2-1
  Tang
and Wilson-Smith (AUS)
0-2

Mixed

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Toby Ng
Grace Gao
Mixed doubles bye   Lewis
and Thomas (WAL)
2-0
  Koo
and Chin (WAL)
0-2
Alexander Pang
Michelle Li
Mixed doubles   Aryee
and Tetteh (GHA)
2-0
  Briggs
and Bankier (SCO)
0-2
Jon Vandervet
Alexandra Bruce
Mixed doubles   Beeharry
and Aboobakar (MRI)
2-0
  Sari
and Wijaya (SIN)
0-2

Mixed Team

Canada was ranked 5th in the draw and drew #3 England, #10 Mauritius, #14 Uganda and tied for #20 (last place) The Falkland Islands. Placing 2nd behind England after the group rounds, Canada lost to India in the Quarterfinals.

Group C
Team Pts Pld W L GW GL
  England 8 4 4 0 38 3
  Canada 6 4 3 1 33 8
  Mauritius 2 4 2 2 18 23
  Uganda 2 4 1 3 13 29
  Falkland Islands 0 4 0 4 1 40
October 4, 2010
  Canada 5-0   Uganda
October 5, 2010
  Canada 5-0   Mauritius
October 6, 2010
  Canada 5-0   Falkland Islands
  England 4-1   Canada
Quarterfinals
October 7, 2010
  India 3-0   Canada

Boxing pictogram.svg BoxingEdit

Canada sent a team of 5 boxers to the 2010 Commonwealth games [10] On October 1, 2010 it was announced that Colin Fish and Steve Rolls were removed from the team for missing a mandatory training camp.[11]

Athlete Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Alejandro Rynn Lightweight   J Colin (MRI)
7-0
  M O'Hara (NIR)
9-5
  L Moala (TON)
2-4
Yves Ulysse Jr. Light Welterweight   A Rahim (BAN)
6-1
  F Lawson (GHA)
5-4
  B Saunders (ENG)
4-11
Custio Clayton Welterweight   J. Mwaisalenge (TAN)
5-3
  A Brown (SCO)
1-4
Samir El-Mais Heavyweight   K Evans (WAL)
11-2
  D Lorenz (SVG)
11-0
  S Simmons (SCO)
4-7
Didier Bence Super heavyweight   J Parker (NZL)
7-14

Cycling (road) pictogram.svg CyclingEdit

Canada sent a team of 12 Cyclists to the 2010 Commonwealth games.[12] On October 1, 2010 Alison Testroete withdrew due to an injury.[11]

  RoadEdit

Men

Athlete Event Time Rank
Zach Bell Road race 3:52:42 11
Time trial 50:35.42 7
Amaud Papillon Road race 3:54:36 22
Dominique Rollin Road race 3:50:10 6
Ryan Roth Road race 3:55:05 25
Time trial 52:09.53 10
Will Routley Road race 3:54:11 19

Women

Athlete Event Time Rank
Julie Beveridge Road race 2:50:32 36
Time trial 41:30.88 13
Leah Kirchmann Road race 2:49:38 22
Joelle Numainville Road race 2:49:30 6
Tara Whitten Road race 2:49:30 7
Time trial 38:59.30  
Erinne Willock Road race 2:49:30 13
Time trial 41:16.46 11

  TrackEdit

Men

Women

Diving pictogram.svg DivingEdit

Canada sent a team of 11 divers to the 2010 Commonwealth games.[13] However, on September 15, 2010 Riley McCormick withdrew from the event with a back injury.[14] On September 28, 2010 Meaghan Benfeito withdrew due to a lingering back injury, and was replaced with 17-year-old Rachel Kemp.[9]

Men
Athlete Events Semifinal Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Alexandre Despatie 1 m springboard 416.10 1 468.15  
3 m springboard 485.15 1 513.75  
Kevin Geyson 10 m platform 390.75 7 447.70 4
Reuben Ross 1 m springboard 366.30 5 385.70 5
3 m springboard 430.55 3 457.15  
Eric Sehn 1 m springboard 330.50 10 348.95 10
3 m springboard 415.70 5 437.05 4
10 m platform 395.25 6 419.90 6
Alexandre Despatie
Reuben Ross
3 m synchronized springboard 430.35  
Women
Athlete Events Semifinal Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Jennifer Abel 1 m springboard 274.70 2 301.75  
3 m springboard 347.25 2 338.55  
Roseline Filion 10 m platform 322.60 6 353.05 4
Emilie Heymans 1 m springboard 273.75 3 296.10  
3 m springboard 313.20 4 252.60 9
Rachel Kemp 10 m platform
Carol-Ann Ware 10 m platform 298.55 8 345.40 5
Pamela Ware 1 m springboard 249.65 8 243.65 9
3 m springboard 263.25 8 299.05 7
Jennifer Abel
Emilie Heymans
3 m synchronized springboard 318.90  
Carol-Ann Ware
Pamela Ware
3 m synchronized springboard 311.34 5
Rachel Kemp
Roseline Filion
10 m synchronized platform 298.05 8
Carol-Ann Ware
Pamela Ware
10 m synchronized platform 315.81 6

GymnasticsEdit

Field hockey pictogram.svg Field hockeyEdit

Canada has qualified both a men's and women's field hockey team for the 2010 Commonwealth games.

MenEdit

The team.[17]

Canada has been drawn into Group B with South Africa, England, Trinidad and Tobago and New Zealand.

Pool B

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
  England 10 4 3 1 0 12 5 +7
  New Zealand 7 4 2 1 1 15 9 +6
  South Africa 6 4 2 0 2 12 10 +2
  Canada 5 4 1 2 1 5 6 –1
  Trinidad and Tobago 0 4 0 0 4 4 18 –14

Match Schedule:

5 October 2010
16:30
Canada   1-4   South Africa
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

7 October 2010
18:00
England   1-1   Canada
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

9 October 2010
16:00
Canada   2-0   Trinidad and Tobago
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

10 October 2010
14:00
New Zealand   1-1   Canada
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

WomenEdit

The team.[18]

Canada has been drawn into Group B with England, Wales, Malaysia and New Zealand.

Pool B

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
  New Zealand 12 4 4 0 0 17 3 +14
  England 9 4 3 0 1 12 6 +6
  Canada 3 4 1 0 3 6 11 –5
  Wales 3 4 1 0 3 5 12 –7
  Malaysia 3 4 1 0 3 4 12 –8

Match Schedule:

4 October 2010
16:00
Canada   2-3   Malaysia
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

6 October 2010
11:00
England   4-1   Canada
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

8 October 2010
18:30
Canada   2-1   Wales
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

9 October 2010
16:30
New Zealand   3-1   Canada
Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi

Bowling pictogram.svg Lawn bowlsEdit

Canada sent a team of 12 lawn bowlers to the 2010 Commonwealth games [19][20]

Men
Event Player(s) Rank
Singles Ryan Bester -
Pairs Michel Larue
Keith Roney
9th
Triples Hiren Bhartu
Steve McKerihen
Fred Wallbank
11th
Women
Event Player(s) Rank
Singles Josephine Lee -
Pairs Amanda Berg
Shirley Fitzpatrick-Wong
12th
Triples Erin Marie Roth
Rachel Larson
Harriette Pituley
13th

Rugby union pictogram.svgRugby sevensEdit

Canada rugby sevens' team consisted of 12 athletes and was announced on September 9.[21] Canada played Guyana, New Zealand and Scotland in the round robin but did not advance to the next round.

Group A
Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 141 7 +134 9
  Scotland 3 2 0 1 45 63 -18 7
  Canada 3 1 0 2 71 62 9 5
  Guyana 3 0 0 3 0 125 -125 3

11 October 2010 [22]
9:44
Canada   7-43   New Zealand

11 October 2010 [22]
13:12
Canada   17-19   Scotland
Delhi University, New Delhi

11 October 2010 [22]
15:54
Canada   47-0   Guyana
Delhi University, New Delhi

Shooting pictogram.svg ShootingEdit

Canada's shooting team was a B team.[23] Canada's shooting team was announced on August 25, 2010. The team consists of 16 shooters 4 less than in Melbourne.

Men

Athlete Event Qualification Final
Score Rank Score Rank
Richard McBride Skeet
Jason Caswell Skeet
Drew Shaw Trap
Double trap 133 12
Paul Shaw Trap
Double trap
Wynn Payne Prone Rifle
James Paton Fullbore Rifle
Desmond Vamplew Fullbore Rifle
Sylvain Ouellette 10 m air pistol
50m Pistol 518-4x 18
Metodi Igorov Rapid Fire 280-6x 6 564-12x 5
Center Fire Pistol
Alan Markewicz 10 m air pistol
50m Pistol 505-4x 20
Rapid Fire 268-3x 10 527-3x 11
Center Fire Pistol

Women

Athlete Event Qualification Final
Score Rank Score Rank
Susan Nattrass Trap
Cynthia Meyer Trap
Lea Wachowich 25 m Pistol 565-14x 8 757 8
Patricia Boulay 25 m Pistol 542-6x 126
Dorothy Ludwig 10 m air pistol
Lynda Hare 10 m air pistol

Squash pictogram.svg SquashEdit

Canada's squash team consisted of 7 athletes (3 male and 4 female).[24] On October 1, 2010 Shahier Razik withdrew due to an injury, a replacement was not announced.[11]

Men

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Robin Clarke Singles   O Bailey (SVG)
3-0
  M A Iskandar (MAS)
1-3
Shawn Delierre Singles   H Birch (GUE)
Andrew McDougall Singles   O Ofoyuru (UGA)
3-0
Doubles
Pool 4
Rank Team Pts Pld W L PF PA
1   CuskellyPilley (AUS) 0 0 0 0 0 0
2   ClarkeDelierre (CAN) 0 0 0 0 0 0
3   BentickSnagg (SVG) 0 0 0 0 0 0

Women

Athlete Event Preliminary Round Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Samantha Cornett Singles Bye   A Waters (ENG)
0-3
Stephanie Edmison Singles   N Dodd (GUE)
3-0
  S Misrah (IND)
3-0
  A Waters (ENG)
0-3
Alana Miller Singles Bye   A Reddy (IND)
3-0
  L Massaro (ENG)
0-3
Miranda Ranieri Singles   K Cadigan (JER)
3-0
  K Brown (AUS)
0-3
Doubles
Pool 1
Rank Team Pts Pld W L PF PA
1   BrownUrquhart (AUS) 0 0 0 0 0 0
2   LeeveyLindsay (NZL) 0 0 0 0 0 0
3   CornettRanieri (CAN) 0 0 0 0 0 0
4   CadiganCowie (JER) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mixed
Pool 1
Rank Team Pts Pld W L PF PA
1   BrownPilley (AUS) 0 0 0 0 0 0
2   WeeYuen (MAS) 0 0 0 0 0 0
3   CornettClarke (CAN) 0 0 0 0 0 0
4   SampleRamasra (TRI) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pool 3
Rank Team Pts Pld W L PF PA
1   DavidHee (MAS) 0 0 0 0 0 0
2   LeitchAitken (SCO) 0 0 0 0 0 0
3   EdminsonMcDougall (CAN) 0 0 0 0 0 0
4   NimjiReel (KEN) 0 0 0 0 0 0

Swimming pictogram.svg SwimmingEdit

Canada's swimming team will consist of 27 swimmers. The Relay teams was announced the day prior to competition.[25]

Men
Athlete Event Heats Semifinals Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Brent Hayden 50 m freestyle 22.25 1 22.18 2 22.01  
100 m freestyle 49.79 2 48.74 2 47.98  
Richard Hortness 50 m freestyle 23.20 13 23.33 14 Did Not Advance
100 m freestyle 50.85 14 50.91 14 Did Not Advance
Benoit Huot 100 m freestyle S10 53.70  
Blake Worsley 50 m freestyle 24.17 21 Did Not Advance
100 m freestyle 51.70 18 Did Not Advance
200 m freestyle 1:50.50 13 Did Not Advance
400 m freestyle 3:54.82 12 Did Not Advance
Tobias Oriwol 200 m freestyle 1:51.91 17 Did Not Advance
50 m backstroke 26.62 7 26:56 9 Did Not Advance
100 m backstroke 57.15 11 55.76 10 Did Not Advance
200 m backstroke 1:59.79 3 2:00.24 7
200 m medley 2:02.97 7 2:03.09 8
Stefan Hirniak 200 m freestyle 1:49.11 6 1:48.65 6
100 m butterfly 54.51 7 53.85 6 53.83 6
200 m butterfly 1:57.01 1 1:57.26  
Ryan Cochrane 400 m freestyle 3:50.70 1 3:48.48  
1500 m freestyle 15:33.60 3 15:01.49  
Sean Penhale 400 m freestyle 4:01.00 15 Did Not Advance
1500 m freestyle 15:56.88 8 15:39.39 7
Charles Francis 50 m backstroke 26.04 6 26.20 8 25.87 7
100 m backstroke 56.06 8 55.88 11 Did Not Advance
200 m backstroke 1:59.67 2 2:00.07 5
Scott Dickens 50 m breaststroke 28.96 8 28.35 8 28.07 5
100 m breaststroke 1:02.47 8 1:00.98 5
200 m breaststroke 2:15.42 9 Did Not Advance
Andrew Ford 200 m medley 2:03.65 11 Did Not Advance
400 m medley 4:23.87 9 Did Not Advance
Brian Johns 200 m medley 2:03.91 13 Did Not Advance
400 m medley 4:23.64 8 4:19.77 6
Men's Relays
Event Swimmer(s) Heats Semi Finals Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Men's 4 × 100 m freestyle Brent Hayden
Stefan Hirniak
Richard Hortness
Brian Johns
Tobias Oriwol
Blake Worsley
3:22.01 4 3:17.99 4
Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle Ryan Cochrane
Robert Hortness
Robert Ford
Brent Hayden
Stefan Hirniak
Blake Worsley
7:37.29 1 7:14.63 4
Men's 4 × 100 m medley Scott Dickens
Robert Ford
Brent Hayden
Stefan Hirniak
Tobias Oriwol
Blake Worsley
3:49.89 6 3:37.61 4
Women
Athlete Event Heats Semifinals Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Victoria Poon 50 m freestyle 25.60 5 25.26 4 25.13 4
100 m freestyle 55.61 6 54.80 2 55:04 6
Katarina Roxon 50 m freestyle S9 31.57 5 34.37 6
100 m freestyle S9 1:09.94 5 1:09.03 5
Genevieve Saumur 100 m freestyle 56.00 8 55.86 9 Did Not Advance
200 m freestyle 1:59.97 7 1:58.50 4
Erica Morningstar 100 m freestyle 56.51 10 56.44 13 Did Not Advance
100 m breaststroke Did Not Start
200 m medley 2:16.80 8 2:15.41 7
Barbara Jardin 200 m freestyle 2:00.32 8 2:00.76 8
400 m freestyle 4:18.80 11 Did Not Advance
Alexa Komarnycky 400 m freestyle 4:10.48 2 4:11.57 8
800 m freestyle 8:36.71 9 Did Not Advance
400 m medley 4:48.94 7 4:47.69 7
Lauren Lavigna 50 m backstroke 30.17 11 Did Not Start
100 m backstroke 1:02.58 12 Did Not Advance
200 m backstroke 2:13.71 10 Did Not Advance
Sinead Russell 50 m backstroke 29.21 8 29.09 8 29.14 8
100 m backstroke 1:04.49 4 1:01.07 7 1:01.42 8
200 m backstroke 2:13.23 9 Did Not Advance
200 m medley 2:18.09 10 Did Not Advance
Julia Wilkinson 50 m backstroke 29.04 4 28.65 5 28.76 6
100 m backstroke 1:01.71 10 1:00.82 4 1:00.74  
200 m medley 2:14.52 4 2:12.09  
Genevieve Cantin 200 m backstroke 2:12.87 7 2:12.04 8
400 m medley 5:00.77 10 Did Not Advance
Martha McCabe 50 m breaststroke 32.96 14 32.68 11 Did Not Advance
100 m breaststroke 1:09.91 5 1:09.47 6 1:09.25 6
200 m breaststroke 2:28.85 5 2:26.46 4
Annamay Pierse 50 m breaststroke 31.71 5 32.07 6 32.15 6
100 m breaststroke 1:10.00 6 1:08.97 5 1:08.79 5
200 m breaststroke 2:27.41 1 2:27.21 5
Mackenzie Downing 50 m butterfly 27.54 10 27.12 7 27.42 8
100 m butterfly 1:00.14 7 59.57 9 Did Not Advance
200 m butterfly 2:10.04 4 2:11.05 6
Audrey Lacroix 50 m butterfly 27.49 9 27.68 12 Did Not Advance
100 m butterfly 58.96 2 59.22 6
200 m butterfly 2:09.63 2 2:07.31  
Katerine Savard 50 m butterfly 27.10 6 26.96 5 27.21 7
100 m butterfly 59.41 4 59.91 8
200 m butterfly 2:18.33 11 Did Not Advance

Synchronized swimming pictogram.svg Synchronized swimmingEdit

Canada attempted to continue its streak of winning every gold medal awarded in the sport ever at the Commonwealth games. The team was announced on August 19, 2010.[26]

Athlete Event Technical Routine Free Routine (Preliminary) Free Routine (Final)
Points Rank Points Rank Total Points Rank Points Rank Total Points Rank
Marie-Pier Boudreau Gagnon Solo 95.334 1
Marie-Pier Boudreau Gagnon
Chloé Isaac
Duet 95.000 1

Table tennis pictogram.svg Table tennisEdit

Canada's table tennis squad consisted of 10 athletes, two of them being alternates but did not actually participate.[27][28]

Men

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Pradeeban Peter-Paul Singles bye   M Yiangou (CYP)
3-4
- - - -
Xavier Therien Singles   L Abrahams (RSA)
4-1
  W Henzell (AUS)
1-4
- - - -
Pierre-Luc Hinse Singles   O Jegede (NGR)
2-4
- - - - -
Andre Ho Singles   S Gerada (AUS)
2-4
- - - - -

Women

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Mo Zhang Singles bye   S Kumaresan (IND)
4-2
  Y Wang (SIN)
1-4
- - -
Sara Yuen Singles bye   M Das (IND)
1-4
- - - -
Carmen Lee Singles DNQ - - - - -
Anqi Luo Singles DNQ - - - - -

Weightlifting pictogram.svg WeightliftingEdit

Canada sent a team of 15 weightlifters to the 2010 Commonwealth games [29]

Men
Athlete Event Snatch Clean & Jerk Total Rank
Result Rank Result Rank
Jasvir Singh -62 kg 110 14 - - - DNF
Dominic Lussier -69 kg 126 5 151 7 277 7
Paul Dumais -85 kg 145 3 170 6 315 5
Mathieu Marineau -85 kg 145 3 180 3 325  
Buck Ramsay -94 kg 135 7 179 5 314 7
Nicholas Roberts -94 kg 140 4 176 6 316 5
George Kobaldze -+105 kg 168 3 218 1 386  
Parm Phangura -+105 kg - - - - - DNF
Women
Athlete Event Snatch Clean & Jerk Total Rank
Result Rank Result Rank
Marilou Dozois-Prévost -53 kg 82 1 100 1 182  
Emily Quarton -58 kg 80 6 105 3 185 5
Annie Moniqui -58 kg 82 5 102 6 184 6
Marie-Josée Arès-Pilon -69 kg 92 4 115 4 207 4
Christine Girad -69 kg 105 1 130 1 235  
Katelynn Williams -75 kg 88 9 111 9 199 9
Marie-Ève Beauchemin-Nadeau -75 kg 99 2 126 2 225  

Wrestling pictogram.svg WrestlingEdit

Canada sent a team of 16 wrestlers to the 2010 Commonwealth games.[30][31]

On October 1, 2010 both John Pineda and Khetag Pliev withdrew due to injuries and were replaced with Promise Mwenga (who is already competing in Greco-Roman) and Korey Jarvis respectively.

Men's Freestyle
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Round 1 Repechage Round 2 Finals Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Promise Mwenga -55 kg DNQ - - - - -
James Mancini -60 kg   D Amas (NGR)
2-1
  V Etko (SCO)
2-0
  Y Dutt (IND)
0-2
 
Chris Prickett -66 kg   A Rogers (SLE)
1-0
  H Barnes (RSA)
0-2
-   G Emilie (MRI)
2-0
  P Roberts (MRI)
2-0
  M Salmen (PAK)
2-1
 
Evan MacDonald −74 kg   K Ermakovich (AUS)
2-0
  N Yadav (IND)
0-2
  M Grundy (AUS)
2-0
  A Muhammad (AUS)
2-1
 
Danny Brown -84 kg   A Dick (NGR)
1-2
- - - - -
Korey Jarvis -96 kg bye   M Umar (PAK)
2-0
  B Abdo (AUS)
1-0
  S Boltic (NGR)
1-2
 
Arjan Bhullar -120 kg   T Onanena (CMR)
  N Lane (NZL)
2-0
  J Kumar (IND)
2-0
 
Women's Freestyle
Athlete Event Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Round 1 Repechage Round 2 Finals Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Carol Huynh −48 kg   O Adekuroye (NGR)
2-0
  F Robertson (SCO)
2-0
  N Devi (IND)
2-0
 
Jessica MacDonald −51 kg   B Kumari (IND)
1-2
-   J Madyarchyk (ENG)
2-0
  M Madi (RSA)
1-0
 
Jillian Gallays −55 kg   L Edward (NGR)
1-2
- - - -
Tonya Verbeek −59 kg   K Marsh (SCO)
2-0
  T Richard (NGR)
1-0
  A Tomar (IND)
0-1
 
Justine Bouchard −63 kg   Z Geringer (RSA)
1-0
  L Ndungu (KEN)
1-0
  B Oborududu (NGR)
2-1
 
Ohenewa Akuffo −72 kg -   C Field (AUS)
2-1
  H Okus (NGR)
2-0
  A Ali (CMR)
2-1
 
Men's Greco-Roman
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Round 1 Repechage Round 2 Finals Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Promise Mwenga −55 kg -   C van Wyk (RSA)
2-1
  R Kumar (IND)
0-2
  K Yaparathna (SRI)
2-0
  S Sanni (NGR)
2-1
-  
Jack Bond −66 kg -   R Liyanage (SRI)
2-0
  B Hawthorn (WAL)
2-0
  M Dykun (RSA)
0-1
 
Eric Feunekes −96 kg   M Umar (PAK)
2-1
  H Fkiri (AUS)
0-2
-   S Belkin (NZL)
1-0
  K Bella-Lufu (RSA)
pin?
-  

See alsoEdit

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