Canada at the 2014 Commonwealth Games

Canada competed in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland from July 23 to August 3, 2014. It was the nation's 20th appearance at the Commonwealth Games, having competed at every Games since their inception in 1930. Canada competed in 16 out of 17 sports with the only exception being netball (as the team did not qualify).[3] Canada's team consisted of 265 athletes and 100 support staff, the largest team for a games not hosted by the country.[3] On September 12, 2012 former Commonwealth Games medalist Chantal Petitclerc was named as the Chef de mission of the team, marking the first time a former para athlete was named to the post.[4]

Canada at the
2014 Commonwealth Games
Flag of Canada.svg
CGF codeCAN
CGACommonwealth Games Canada
Websitecommonwealthgames.ca
in Glasgow, Scotland
Competitors265[1] in 16 sports
Flag bearerSusan Nattrass (opening)[1]
Sultana Frizell (closing)[2]
Medals
Ranked 3rd
Gold
32
Silver
16
Bronze
34
Total
82
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)

Former multiple medal winning Commonwealth Games and sport shooter Susan Nattrass was named as the team's opening ceremony flagbearer in June.[1]

Canada finished the games winning a total of 32 gold medals and 82 medals in total. The result pushed Canada back into the top three, after finishing fourth four years ago in New Delhi.[5]

MedalistsEdit

* – Indicates the athlete competed in preliminaries but not the final

AthleticsEdit

On June 4, 2014 Athletics Canada nominated fifty athletes to the team. Two athletes Alysha Newman (ranked second in the Commonwealth) and James Steacy (ranked first) did not meet the qualification standard but were still nominated to the team. All other athletes met the qualification standard for their events.[6] The team finished the games with a total medal count of seventeen medals, including five gold. The seventeen medals represents a tie for the most medals won by the country in the sport at the Commonwealth Games.[7]

Key
  • Note–Ranks given for track events are for the entire round
  • Q = Qualified for the next round
  • q = Qualified for the next round as a fastest loser or, in field events, by position without achieving the qualifying target
  • NR = National record
  • GR = Games record
  • PB = Personal best
  • DNF = Did not finish
  • NM = No mark
  • N/A = Round not applicable for the event
  • Bye = Athlete not required to compete in round

Men
 
Aaron Brown represented Canada in two events.
Athlete Event Round 1 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Aaron Brown 100 m 10.39 =19 q 10.17 6 Did not advance
Jared Connaughton 10.47 27 Did not advance
Dontae Richards-Kwok 10.36 17 q 10.42 23 Did not advance
Andre De Grasse 200 m 20.56 =2 Q 20.73 15 Did not advance
Brendon Rodney 20.77 14 Q 20.89 18 Did not advance
Gavin Smellie 20.74 =12 Q 20.54 =7 q 20.55 8
Daundre Barnaby 400 m 46.16 11 Q 46.28 13 Did not advance
Philip Osei 47.11 26 Q 47.16 19 Did not advance
Michael Robertson 46.87 21 q 47.30 20 Did not advance
Brandon McBride 800 m 1:49.29 11 q DQ Did not advance
Josh Cassidy 1500 metres (T54) 3:29.81 5 Q N/A 3:27.34 6
Alexandre Dupont 3:20.14 2 Q N/A 3:23.62  
Mohammed Ahmed 5000 metres N/A 13:18:88 PB 5
10000 m N/A 28:02.96 6
Cameron Levins 10000 m N/A 27:56.23  
Matthew Hughes 3,000 metres steeplechase N/A 8:21.88 4
Taylor Milne N/A DQ
Chris Winter N/A 8:29.83 6
Aaron Brown
Andre De Grasse
Dontae Richards-Kwok
Gavin Smellie
4 x 100 metres relay 38.41 2 Q N/A DNF
Daundre Barnaby
Philip Osei
Michael Robertson
Brendon Rodney
4 x 400 metres relay DQ N/A Did not advance
Field events
 
Michael Mason won a bronze medal in the high jump event.
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Distance Position Distance Position
Derek Drouin High jump 2.20 1 q 2.31  
Michael Mason 2.20 1 q 2.25  
Shawnacy Barber Pole vault N/A 5.45  
Tim Nedow Shot put 19.84 4 q 20.59  
Justin Rodhe 19.14 7 q NM
James Steacy Hammer throw 70.62 4 Q 74.16  
Combined events – Decathlon
 
Damian Warner won the gold medal in the decathlon.
Athlete Event 100 m LJ SP HJ 400 m 110H DT PV JT 1500 m Final Rank
Damian Warner Result 10.29 GR 7.50 14.04 1.96 47.78 13.50 GR 41.31 4.50 61.96 4:45.43 8282  
Points 1025 935 731 767 920 1040 691 760 767 646
Women
 
Jessica Smith (pictured third from the right) competes in her first round heat in the 800 metres event.
Athlete Event Round 1 Semifinal Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
Khamica Bingham 100 m 11.44 7 Q 11.32 PB 7 q 11.37 7
Shai-Anne Davis 11.72 20 Q 11.52 12 Did not advance
Crystal Emmanuel 11.64 14 Q 11.43 9 Did not advance
Shai-Anne Davis 200 m 23.51 12 Q 23.48 12 Did not advance
Crystal Emmanuel 23.54 13 Q 23.46 11 Did not advance
Kimberly Hyacinthe 23.29 8 Q 23.14 6 q 23.11 7
Audrey Jean-Baptiste 400 m 54.15 19 q 53.61 19 Did not advance
Wendy Fawn Dorr 55.33 30 Did not advance
Karine Belleau-Béliveau 800 m 2:03.98 14 Did not advance
Melissa Bishop 2:01.72 1 Q 2:01.86 2 Q 2:02.61 8
Jessica Smith 2:05.22 16 Q 2:04.42 13 Did not advance
Nicole Sifuentes 1500 metres 4:06.61 8 q N/A 4:10.48 4
Kate Van Buskirk 4:07.74 9 Q N/A 4:09.41  
Diane Roy 1500 metres (T54) 3:52.83 1 Q N/A 3:59.55  
Jessica O'Connell 5000 metres N/A 15:45.33 10
Angela Whyte 100 metres hurdles 13.33 5 Q N/A 13.02  
Phylicia George 13.66 15 N/A Did not advance
Noelle Montcalm 400 metres hurdles 56.72 6 q N/A 56.74 5
Chanice Chase 57.23 8 Q N/A DNF
Khamica Bingham
Crystal Emmanuel
Phylicia George
Kimberly Hyacinthe
4 x 100 metres relay 43.66 3 Q N/A 43.33 4
Audrey Jean-Baptiste
Wendy Fawn Dorr
Noelle Montcalm
Chanice Chase
4 x 400 metres relay 3:31.02 4 Q N/A 3:32.45 5
Lanni Marchant Marathon N/A 2:31:14 4
Field events
 
Brianne Theisen-Eaton, pictured after she won the gold medal in the heptathlon event.
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Distance Position Distance Position
Alysha Newman Pole vault N/A 3.80  
Sultana Frizell Hammer throw 68.92 GR 1 Q 71.97 GR  
Elizabeth Gleadle Javelin throw N/A 60.59 5
Julie Labonté Discus throw 50.32 12 q 52.30 12
Shot put N/A 17.58  
Christabel Nettey Long jump 6.47 5 q 6.49  
Combined events – Heptathlon
Athlete Event 100H HJ SP 200 m LJ JT 800 m Final Rank
Brianne Theisen-Eaton Result 13.81 1.84 13.71 23.41 GR 6.44 43.13 2:11.46 6597  
Points 1097 1029 775 1038 988 727 943
Jessica Zelinka Result 12.83 1.69 13.65 24.00 5.91 44.90 2:11.54 6270  
Points 1150 842 771 981 822 762 942

BadmintonEdit

On May 8, 2014, Badminton Canada named a team of eight athletes.[8] The team won one medal, a gold by Michelle Li. The medal was the first individual badminton title for Canada at the Commonwealth Games.[9]

Singles
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
Rank
Andrew D'Souza Men's Singles   Mbogo (KEN)
W 21–11, 21–10
  Donkor (GHA)
W 21–12, 21–16
  Datt (IND)
L 13–21, 9–21
Did not advance
Rachel Honderich Women's Singles   Tekeiaki (KIR)
W W/O
  Pasturel (JER)
W 21–7, 21–14
  Thulasi (IND)
L 12–21, 7–21
Did not advance
Michelle Li Bye   Bashir (PAK)
W 21–9, 21–4
  Liang (SIN)
W 21–16, 21–16
  Walker (ENG)
W 21–18, 21–18
  Sindhu (IND)
W 22–20, 22–20
  Gilmour (SCO)
W 21–14, 21–7
 
Doubles
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
Rank
Adrian Liu
Derrick Ng
Men's Doubles Bye   Donkor /
Sam (GHA)
W 21–7, 21–12
  Blair /
Van Rietvelde (SCO)
L 18–21, 13–21
Did not advance
Andrew D'Souza
Toby Ng
Bye   Shem /
Kiong (MAS)
L 18–21, 16–21
Did not advance
Alex Bruce
Phyllis Chan
Women's Doubles N/A   Martins /
Joeseph (KEN)
W 21–6, 21–8
  Turner /
Thomas (WAL)
W 23–21, 21–13
  Smith /
Adcock (ENG)
L 9–21, 10–21
Did not advance
Toby Ng
Alex Bruce
Mixed Doubles Bye   Padmore /
Watson (BAR)
W 21–13, 21–10
  Stephenson /
Black (NIR)
W 21–17, 21–13
  Landridge /
Olver (ENG)
L 16–21, 17–21
Did not advance
Derrick Ng
Phyllis Chan
Bye   Chambers /
Chambers (NIR)
W 21–13, 21–12
  Malan /
Fry (RSA)
W 21–7, 21–9
  Blair /
Bankier (SCO)
L 11–21, 17–21
Did not advance
Adrian Liu
Michelle Li
Bye   Chrisnanta /
Neo (SIN)
L 13–21, 8–21
Did not advance
Mixed team
Pool D
Team
Pld W L GW GL GD PW PL PD
  Canada 3 3 0 25 6 +19 626 386 +240
  Australia 3 2 1 23 8 +15 596 412 +184
  Wales 3 1 2 14 18 -4 556 494 +62
  Falkland Islands 3 0 3 0 30 -30 144 630 -486
Qualified for the quarterfinals
Quarterfinals

BoxingEdit

On June 11, 2014 Boxing Canada named its team of five male and two female athletes.[10] The team finished with three medals, including one gold. Both women on the team won medals. The result marked an improvement of zero medals being won in 2010.[11]

Athlete Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
David Gauthier Men's lightweight Bye   Cordina (WAL)
L 0–3
Did not advance
Arthur Biyarslanov Men's light welterweight   Lawson (GHA)
W 2–1
  Kumar (IND)
L 1–2
Did not advance
Custio Clayton Men's welterweight   Francois (GRN)
W 3–0
  Heild (BAH)
W 3–0
  Donnelly (NIR)
L 0–3
Did not advance
Brody Blair Men's middleweight   Bangura (SLE)
W 2–1
  Muziyo (ZAM)
L TKO
Did not advance
Samir El Mais Men's heavyweight N/A Bye   Baister (ENG)
W 2–1
  Apochi (NGR)
W 3–0
  Light (NZL)
W 2–1
 
Mandy Bujold Women's flyweight N/A Bye   Harris (AUS)
W 3–0
  Adams (ENG)
L 0–3
Did not advance  
Ariane Fortin Women's middleweight N/A   Thingana (RSA)
W 3–0
  Maka (NZL)
W 3–0
  Price (WAL)
W 2–0
  Marshall (ENG)
L 1–2
 

CyclingEdit

 
Svein Tuft represented Canada in the men's road race and time trial.

On June 6, 2014, Cycling Canada named its team of sixteen athletes.[12] On June 26, 2014, Cycling Canada added a further two athletes (for a total of 18) after Commonwealth Games Canada notified the organization they would be able to do, provided they were medal contenders. The athletes added are former World Championship medalist Svein Tuft and Will Routley.[13] Canada's cycling team won a total of three medals: two in mountain biking and one in track cycling. The road cycling team won no medals.[14]

Mountain bikingEdit

Athlete Event Time Rank
Raphaël Gagné Men's cross-country 1:43:03 7
Max Plaxton 1:38.49 4
Emily Batty Women's cross-country 1:40:39  
Catharine Pendrel 1:39:29  

RoadEdit

Men
Athlete Event Time Rank
Zach Bell Road race DNF
Time trial 52:15.38 14
Nic Hamilton Road race DNF
Will Routely Road race DNF
Rémi Pelletier-Roy DNF
Svein Tuft Road race DNF
Time trial 48:33.24 4
Ed Veal Road race DNF
Women
Athlete Event Time Rank
Laura Brown Road race DNF
Time trial 46:35.77 16
Jasmin Glaesser Road race 2:51.00 25
Time trial 44:12.64 10
Leah Kirchmann Road race 2:44.12 10
Time trial 49:05.24 24
Stephanie Roorda Road race DNF

TrackEdit

 
Jasmin Glaesser represented Canada in both road and track cycling.
Keirin
Athlete Event 1st round Repechage 2nd round Final
Rank Rank Rank Rank
Hugo Barrette Men's keirin 4 R 1 Q 5 7
Vincent De Haître 5 R 3 Did not advance
Joseph Veloce 4 R 2 Did not advance
Points Race
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Zach Bell Men's points race 20 5 Q 43 5
Aidan Caves 4 10 Q Did not finish
Rémi Pelletier-Roy 11 4 Q Did not finish
Laura Brown Women's points race N/A N/A 6 10
Jasmin Glaesser N/A N/A 28 6
Stephanie Roorda N/A N/A 1 13
Pursuit
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Time Rank Opponent
results
Rank
Rémi Pelletier-Roy Men's individual pursuit 4:28.525 9 Did not advance
Ed Veal 4:33.775 12 Did not advance
Laura Brown Women's individual pursuit 3:40.035 10 Did not advance
Jasmin Glaesser 3:40.050 11 Did not advance
Stephanie Roorda 3:42.924 14 Did not advance
Zach Bell
Aidan Caves
Rémi Pelletier-Roy
Ed Veal
Men's team pursuit 4:14.481 4   New Zealand (NZL)
L OVL
4
Scratch
 
Laura Brown also competed in both the track and road disciplines.
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Rank Rank
Zach Bell Men's scratch 3 Q 10
Aidan Caves 8 Q DNF
Rémi Pelletier-Roy 9 Q  
Laura Brown Women's scratch N/A 18
Jasmin Glaesser N/A 10
Stephanie Roorda N/A 16
Sprint
Athlete Event Qualification Round 1 Repechage 1 Round 2 Repechage 2 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Time
Speed (km/h)
Rank Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Rank
Hugo Barrette Men's sprint 10.316
69.794
15 Did not Advance
Vincent De Haître 10.411
69.157
17 Did not Advance
Joseph Veloce 10.428
69.044
19 Did not Advance
Team sprint
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Time
Speed (km/h)
Rank Opposition
Time
Speed (km/h)
Rank
Hugo Barrette
Vincent De Haître
Joseph Veloce
Men's team sprint 45.302 4   Australia (AUS)
L 45.054
4
Time trial
Athlete Event Time Rank
Vincent De Haître Men's time trial 1:03.317 7

DivingEdit

On June 17, 2014, Diving Canada nominated eleven athletes to the team.[15] Canadian divers finished the Games with seven medals one less than four years ago.[16]

Men
Athlete Events Semifinal Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Maxim Bouchard 10 m platform 441.50 3 Q 399.20 5
François Imbeau-Dulac 1 m springboard 313.20 11 Q 326.70 12
3 m springboard 406.35 3 Q 402.70 7
Riley McCormick 1 m springboard 326.20 9 Q 374.10 8
3 m springboard 403.10 4 Q 413.40 4
Vincent Riendeau 10 m platform 440.10 4 Q 429.25  
Cody Yano 1 m springboard 312.00 12 Q 327.90 11
3 m springboard 364.35 12 Q 375.85 9
Maxim Bouchard
Riley McCormick
3 m synchronized springboard N/A 345.78 5
Maxim Bouchard
Vincent Riendeau
10 m synchronized platform N/A 384.30 4
Women
Athlete Events Semifinal Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Jennifer Abel 1 m springboard 264.50 5 Q 287.25  
3 m springboard 336.90 1 Q 324.70  
Meaghan Benfeito 10 m platform 318.45 3 Q 372.65  
Emma Friesen 1 m springboard 249.25 9 Q 249.40 11
3 m springboard 194.40 13 Did not advance
Roseline Filion 10 m platform 348.80 =1 Q 361.80  
Carol-Ann Ware 10 m platform 261.15 11 Q 320.80 7
Pamela Ware 1 m springboard 278.40 2 Q 265.10 6
3 m springboard 289.45 9 Q 308.10 6
Jennifer Abel
Pamela Ware
3 m synchronized springboard N/A 295.65  
Meaghan Benfeito
Roseline Filion
10 m synchronized platform N/A 310.65  

Field hockeyEdit

Men's tournamentEdit

On July 2, 2014 Field Hockey Canada nominated 16 athletes to the team.[17] The team finished in sixth place, tying it for the highest placement with the 2006 team.[18]

Roster
Pool B
Team
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  New Zealand 4 4 0 0 19 3 +16 12
  England 4 3 0 1 18 5 +13 9
  Canada 4 1 0 3 5 9 −4 3
  Malaysia 4 1 0 3 6 18 −12 3
  Trinidad and Tobago 4 1 0 3 6 19 −13 3
Qualified for the semifinals


24 July 2014
21:00
New Zealand   3–1   Canada
Hayward   3'
Panchia   58'
A. Shaw   64'
Report Panesar   20'
Umpires:
Martin Madden (SCO)
Eric Koh (MAS)

26 July 2014
11:00
Malaysia   2–0   Canada
Nasruddin   15'
Tajuddin   69'
Report
Umpires:
Peter Wright (RSA)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

27 July 2014
19:00
Canada   3–1   Trinidad and Tobago
Tupper   28'
Pearson   44'
Jameson   60'
Report Browne   57'
Umpires:
Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)
Haider Rasool (PAK)

31 July 2014
09:00
England   3–1   Canada
Jackson   25'54'
Middleton   36'
Report Tupper   68'
Umpires:
Martin Madden (SCO)
Eric Koh (MAS)
Fifth place match
2 August 2014
14:30
South Africa   7–3   Canada
Norris-Jones   7'68'
Drummond   33'
Smith   49'
Paton   57'
Halkett   62'
Hykes   66'
Report Curran   17'
Smythe   28'
Johnston   37'
Umpires:
Will Drury (WAL)
Haider Rasool (PAK)

Women's tournamentEdit

On July 2, 2014 Field Hockey Canada nominated 16 athletes to the team.[19] The women's team finished the tournament in eighth place out of ten teams.[20]

Roster
Pool A
Team
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  New Zealand 4 4 0 0 25 1 +24 12
  South Africa 4 3 0 1 22 4 +18 9
  India 4 2 0 2 20 8 +12 6
  Canada 4 1 0 3 6 13 −7 3
  Trinidad and Tobago 4 0 0 4 1 48 −47 0
Qualified for the semifinals


24 July 2014
16:00
India   4–2   Canada
Rampal   22'
Rani   29'
J. Kaur   38'53'
Report Stairs   25'
Johansen   46'
Umpires:
Kylie Seymour (AUS)
Hannah Sanders (ENG)

25 July 2014
21:00
South Africa   2–0   Canada
Chamberlain   52'55' Report
Umpires:
Sarah Wilson (SCO)
Ayana McClean (TRI)

27 July 2014
14:00
Canada   4–1   Trinidad and Tobago
Stewart   28'
Stairs   34'
Gillis   56'
Johansen   70'
Report Govia   67'
Umpires:
Alex Walker (SCO)
Miskarmalia Ariffin (SIN)

30 July 2014
14:00
New Zealand   6–0   Canada
Punt   1'60'
Webster   16'
Forgesson   23'48'
Whitelock   41'
Report
Umpires:
Nor Hafizah Azman (MAS)
Annelize Rostron (RSA)
Seventh place match
31 July 2014
21:15
Canada   2–2   Malaysia
Stairs   15'
Gillis   55'
Report Fatin   48'
Nabihah   66'
Penalties
Secco  
Raye  
Sandhu  
0–3   Nuraini
  Norbaini
  Sumantri
Umpires:
Hannah Sanders (ENG)
Aleesha Unka (NZL)

GymnasticsEdit

On June 18, 2014, Gymnastics Canada nominated thirteen athletes to the team.[21]

ArtisticEdit

The artistic team won a total of nine medals, three of each colour.[22]

Men
Athlete Event Final
Apparatus Total Rank
F V R PH PB HB
Nathan Gafuik Team 12.833 12.033 14.100 13.533 13.333 N/A
Scott Morgan 14.933 15.200 14.666 N/A
Anderson Loran 14.333 13.666 13.650 14.233 13.800 N/A
Kevin Lytwyn 13.733 14.866 14.400 13.900 N/A
Zachary Clay 12.966 11.233 13.100 14.233 13.833 N/A
Total 42.999 38.655 43.716 42.999 42.166 41.533 252.078  
Individual finals
Athlete Event Total Rank
Zachary Clay Parallel bars 11.800 8
Scott Morgan Floor 15.133  
Rings 15.100  
Vault 14.733  
Anderson Loran Horizontal bar 11.866 8
Pommel horse 13.600 7
Kevin Lytwyn Horizontal bar 14.866  
Parallel bars 14.033 6
Rings 14.800  
Women
Athlete Event Final
Apparatus Total Rank
F V UB BB
Elsabeth Black Team 13.633 14.233 13.333 13.966 55.165 2 Q
Maegan Chant 13.133 14.000 12.700 12.333 52.166 7 Q
Victoria Kayen Woo 10.888 N/A
Isabela Onyshko 12.966 13.900 11.400 13.133 51.399 10 Q
Stefanie Merkle 13.633 14.066 11.966 N/A
Total 40.399 42.299 37.433 39.432 159.563 4
Individual all around final
Athlete Event Final
Apparatus Total Rank
F V UB BB
Elsabeth Black Individual 12.766 14.300 13.758 13.333 54.157 4
Maegan Chant 13.766 13.333 14.033 10.900 52.032 9
Isabela Onyshko 13.133 13.766 12.000 13.666 52.565 7
Individual finals
Athlete Event Total Rank
Elsabeth Black Balance beam 14.900  
Floor 13.666  
Uneven bars 13.700 4
Vault 14.433  
Maegan Chant Vault 14.233 4
Stefanie Merkle Floor 13.433 4
Isabela Onyshko Balance beam 12.666 7

RhythmicEdit

The rhythmic team finished the games with a total of six medals. Patricia Bezzoubenko's six medals meant she won the most medals by an individual athlete at the games.[23]

Team
Athlete Event Final
Hoop Ball Clubs Ribbon Total Rank
Patricia Bezzoubenko
Maria Kitkarska
Annabelle Kovacs
Team 43.150 40.500 41.900 40.075 141.450  
Individual
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Hoop Ball Clubs Ribbon Total Rank Hoop Ball Clubs Ribbon Total Rank
Patricia Bezzoubenko Individual 15.760 Q 14.500 Q 15.575 Q 13.750 Q 59.575 1 Q 14.175 15.200 15.000 14.800 59.175  
Maria Kitkarska 13.500 13.675 Q 13.750 Q 13.750 Q 55.250 7 Q 13.200 13.000 13.500 13.350 53.050 8
Annabelle Kovacs 13.900 12.325 11.850 12.625 50.700 13 Did not advance
Individual finals
Athlete Event Total Rank
Patricia Bezzoubenko Ball 15.250  
Clubs 15.350  
Hoop 14.800  
Ribbon 13.800  
Maria Kitkarska Ball 12.800 8
Clubs 14.000 6
Ribbon 13.375 6

JudoEdit

On June 6, 2014, Judo Canada nominated eleven athletes to the team. The team selected consists of current or past National Junior Champions who have been selected based on their current international experience and the promise of strong performances in the senior level. Thus the team selected does not consist of the top level athletes such as 2012 Olympic bronze medalist Antoine Valois-Fortier.[24] The judo team finished the competition with a total of three bronze medals.[25]

Men
Athlete Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Repechage Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Antoine Bouchard −66 kg Bye   Etoga (CMR)
L 0000–1002
Did not advance
Jonah Burt −81 kg   Ewers (WAL)
W 1000–0001
  Pavlinic (NZL)
W 1000–0000
  Messi (CMR)
W 1110–0003
  Livesey (ENG)
L 0000–1000
Bye   Nicola (CYP)
W 1000–0001
 
Louis Krieber-Gagnon Bye   Linguni (MAW)
W 1000–0000
  Brewer (NZL)
W 0000–0001
  Reed (ENG)
L 0000–1000
Bye   Munyonga (ZAM)
L 1001–0000
5
Martin Rygielski +100 kg N/A Bye   Snyman (RSA)
L 0002–0001
Did not advance   Shaw (WAL)
L 0002–1001
Did not advance 7
Women
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Repechage Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Audrée Francis-Méthot −52 kg Bye   Renicks (SCO)
L 0003–0100
Did not advance   Trotter (AUS)
W 0101–0102
  Kearney (NIR)
L 0003–0100
5
Jessika Klimkait −57 kg   Shivani (IND)
W1020–0003
  Ramsay (SCO)
W 0113–0001
  Davis (ENG)
L 0002–0001
Bye   Manuel (NZL)
L 0001–1001
5
Béatrice Valois-Fortier −63 kg   Kee (NIR)
W 1000–0000
  Pitman (ENG)
W 0013–0001
  Dombeu (CMR)
L 0000–0103
Bye   Yeats-Brown (ENG)
L 0001–1000
5
Monika Burgess −70 kg Bye   de Villiers (NZL)
L 0000–1010
Did not advance   Huidrom (IND)
L 0002–0001
Did not advance 7
Alix Renaud-Roy   Ndanga Nana (CMR)
W 0000–0001
  Fletcher (CMR)
L 0002–0001
Did not advance   Collins (AUS)
W 1000–0000
  Arscott (AUS)
W 1000–0000
 
Ana Laura Portuondo-Isasi −78 kg N/A   Chongtham (IND)
W 1000–0001
  Powell (WAL)
L 0001–1100
Bye   Rose (SEY)
W 1000–0000
 
Sophie Vaillancourt +78 kg N/A   Laprovidence (MRI)
L 0000–1000
Did not advance   Kaur (IND)
L 0002–0102
Did not advance 7

Lawn bowlsEdit

On April 17, 2014, Bowls Canada Boulingrin named a team of 14 athletes to the team.[26] Ryan Bester won the country's only medal (a silver) in the men's singles competition. The medal was the country's first since 2006.[27]

Men
Athlete Event Group Stage Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Ryan Bester Singles   Shahzad (PAK)
W 21–15
  Bahadur (IND)
W 21–10
  Tuikiligana (FIJ)
W 21–19
  Rais (MAS)
W 21–11
N/A 1 Q   Musonda (ZAM)
W 21–5
  Mcilroy (NZL)
W 21–10
  Burnett (SCO)
L 9–21
 
Ryan Bester
George Whitelaw
Pairs   Samoa (SAM)
W 20–15
  Papua New Guinea (PNG)
L 10–16
  Malta (MLT)
L 6–20
  Malaysia (MAS)
W 14–13
  Northern Ireland (NIR)
L 15–22
5 Did not advance
Kevin Jones
Tim Mason
Chris Stadnyk
Triples   Norfolk Island (NFI)
W 18–11
  Jersey (JER)
L 10–28
  Guernsey (GUE)
L 16–18
  New Zealand (NZL)
L 16–20
  Zambia (ZAM)
W 16–13
4 Did not advance
Kevin Jones
Tim Mason
Chris Stadnyk
George Whitelaw
Fours   Falkland Islands (FAI)
W 16–6
  Namibia (NAM)
W 11–10
  India (IND)
L 8–18
  South Africa (RSA)
L 10–16
N/A 3 Did not advance
Women
Athlete Event Group Stage Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Kelly McKerihen Singles   Jim (COK)
L 20–21
  Wimp (PNG)
L 18–21
  Moceiwai (FIJ)
W 21–14
  Piketh (RSA)
W 21–13
3 Did not advance
Leanne Chinery
Jackie Foster
Pairs   Wales (WAL)
L 10–19
  Cook Islands (COK)
W 25–5
  England (ENG)
L 13–14
N/A 3 Did not advance
Mary Ann Beath
Laura Hawryszko
Kelly McKerihen
Triples   Zambia (ZAM)
D 16–16
  Fiji (FIJ)
L 16–17
  Cook Islands (COK)
W 20–13
  New Zealand (NZL)
L 12–23
3 Did not advance
Mary Ann Beath
Leanne Chinery
Jackie Foster
Laura Hawryszko
Fours   England (ENG)
L 11–21
  South Africa (RSA)
L 9–19
  Norfolk Island (NFI)
W 14–13
N/A 3 Did not advance
Para
Athlete Event Group Stage Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Alphonse Hanet
Guide: Viola Hanet
Heather Hannett
Guide: Susan Acorn
Pairs   South Africa (RSA)
L 5–23
  Malaysia (MAS)
W 16–8
  South Africa (RSA)
L 10–20
3 Did not advance

Rugby sevensEdit

Canada qualified a rugby sevens team. The roster was officially announced on July 8 by Rugby Canada.[28] After losing two of three group stage games, Canada won the bowl competition. By winning the bowl, the team finished in a rank of ninth place overall.[29]

Roster
 
Canada takes on Scotland in the group stage.
Pool A
Team
Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 115 14 101 9
  Scotland 3 2 0 1 91 22 69 7
  Canada 3 1 0 2 73 65 8 5
  Barbados 3 0 0 3 5 183 -178 3
Qualified for medal competition
Qualified for bowl competition
26 July 2014
10:32
New Zealand   39–0   Canada
Report
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow

26 July 2014
12:50
Canada   68–5   Barbados
Report
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow

26 July 2014
21:04
Canada   5–21   Scotland
Report
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Bowl
Quarterfinals
27 July 2014
10:32
Canada   33–0   Trinidad and Tobago
Report
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Semifinal
27 July 2014
17:16
Canada   32–0   Uganda
Report
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Final
27 July 2014
20:10
Canada   50–7   Cook Islands
Report
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow

Finished in 9th place

ShootingEdit

On July 7, 2014, Shooting Canada nominated 16 athletes to the team.[30] Canada's shooting team won three medals, tying the result from four years prior.[31]

Men
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Jason Caswell Skeet 117 8 Did not advance
Allan Harding 10 metre air pistol 560 17 Did not advance
Mark Hynes 50 metre pistol 527 14 Did not advance
Metodi Igorov 25 metre rapid fire pistol 278 6 Q 15 4
Wynn Payne 50 metre rifle prone 609.2 21 Did not advance
Drew Shaw Trap 108 10 Did not advance
Paul Shaw Trap 110 =7 Did not advance
Double trap 121 11 Did not advance
Jonathan Weselake Skeet Did not start
Women
Athlete Event Qualification Final
Points Rank Points Rank
Aerial Arthur 10 metre air rifle 403.1 21 Did not advance
Monica Fyfe 411.4 9 Did not advance
Lynda Kiejko 10 metre air pistol 378 3 Q 134.6 5
25 metre pistol 545 17 Did not advance
Dorothy Ludwig 10 metre air pistol 375 8 Q 177.2  
25 metre pistol 555 13 Did not advance
Cynthia Meyer Trap 57 14 Did not advance
Double trap N/A N/A 91 4
Susan Nattrass Trap 65 9 Did not advance
Double trap N/A N/A 72 8
Open
Athlete Event Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Total
Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Overall Rank
James Paton Queen's prize individual 104 N/A 150 N/A 143 N/A 397  
Desmond Vamplew 100 N/A 147 N/A 124 N/A 371 28
James Paton
Desmond Vamplew
Queen's prize pairs 298 5 294 2 N/A 592  

SquashEdit

On May 28, 2014, Squash Canada named two athletes to the team.[32] Canada's squash team did not manage to win a medal at the games, the only individual sport without a medalist.[33]

Individual
Athlete Event Round of 128 Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Shawn Delierre Men's Singles Bye   Wei (PNG)
W 11–0, 11–2, 11–5
  Cuskelly (AUS)
L 2–11, 7–11, 11–9, 11–8, 8–11
Did not advance
Samantha Cornett Women's Singles N/A Bye   Cardwell (AUS)
W 11–5, 11–7, 11–7
  Duncalf (ENG)
L 4–11, 5–11, 7–11
Did not advance
Doubles
Athlete Event Group Stage Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Shawn Delierre
Samantha Cornett
Mixed doubles   Pallikal / Ghosal (IND)
L 3–11, 2–11
  Gunawardane / Laksiri (SRI)
W 11–0, 11–9
2 Q   Selby / Kippax (ENG)
L 7–11, 8–11
Did not advance

SwimmingEdit

On April 8, 2014, Swimming Canada announced a team of 33 swimmers.[34] Swimmer Alec Page was later removed from the team due to a doping violation, reducing the team to 32 swimmers.[35] Canada's team won a total of eleven medals, one more than four year ago at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.[36]

Men
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Yuri Kisil 50 m freestyle 22.87 12 Q 22.57 9 Did not advance
Yuri Kisil 100 m freestyle 49.85 7 Q 49.53 7 Q 49.27 4
Coleman Allen 200 m freestyle 1:50.31 15 N/A Did not advance
Ryan Cochrane 1:48.98 =8[a] N/A Did not advance
Will Brothers 400 m freestyle 3:54.89 14 N/A Did not advance
Ryan Cochrane 3:46.62 2 Q N/A 3:43.46  
Will Brothers 1500 m freestyle 15:22.92 10 N/A Did not advance
Ryan Cochrane 15:03.29 1 Q N/A 14:44.03  
Russell Wood 50 m backstroke 25.75 8 Q 25.29 7 Q 25.55 7
Russell Wood 100 m backstroke 54.83 7 Q 54.45 7 Q 54.56 8
Russell Wood 200 m backstroke 1:59.92 6 Q N/A 1:59.32 7
Richard Funk 50 m breaststroke 28.02 9 Q 27.93 8 Q 28.21 8
Richard Funk 100 m breaststroke 1:01.25 5 Q 1:00.51 6 Q 1:00.75 6
Richard Funk 200 m breaststroke 2:12.56 10 N/A Did not advance
Evan White 2:15.86 11 N/A Did not advance
Coleman Allen 50 m butterfly 24.25 10 Q 24.25 10 Did not advance
Gamal Assaad 24.66 13 Q 24.75 15 Did not advance
Coleman Allen 100 m butterfly 53.58 =9 Q 53.63 12 Did not advance
Gamal Assaad 54.62 16 Q 54.40 15 Did not advance
Evan White 53.98 12 Q 53.54 11 Did not advance
Gamal Assaad 200 m butterfly 2:02.60 13 N/A Did not advance
Evan White 2:00.96 12 N/A Did not advance
Luke Reilly 200 m individual medley 2:03.10 12 N/A Did not advance
Evan White 2:01.28 9 N/A Did not advance
Will Brothers 400 m individual medley 4:22.61 11 N/A Did not advance
Luke Reilly 4:18.49 7 Q N/A 4:19.72 7
Coleman Allen
Yuri Kisil
Evan White
Russell Wood
4 × 100 m freestyle relay 3:20.49 5 Q N/A 3:19.68 5
Coleman Allen*
Richard Funk
Yuri Kisil
Evan White
Russell Wood
4 × 100 m medley relay 3:37.71 2 Q N/A 3:36.61 4

* Swam in the heats only.

a Ryan Cochrane finished in equal eighth position in the heats alongside England's Nick Grainger and Ieuan Lloyd from Wales. A swim-off was held between the three competitors which Grainger won and was awarded with the eighth and last qualification place in to the final.
Women
 
Brittany MacLean, represented Canada in four events.
Athlete Event Heat Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Sandrine Mainville 50 m freestyle 25.62 10 Q 25.76 13 Did not advance
Victoria Poon 25.38 8 Q 25.15 7 Q 25.29 6
Michelle Williams 25.48 9 Q 25.45 9 Did not advance
Alyson Ackman 100 m freestyle 55.77 9 Q 55.71 8 Q 55.47 8
Sandrine Mainville 55.16 6 Q 55.09 6 Q 55.15 =6
Victoria Poon 55.60 7 Q 55.19 7 Q 55.15 =6
Morgan Bird 100 m freestyle S8 1:10.65 4 Q N/A 1:10.07 4
Alyson Ackman 200 m freestyle 1:59.86 14 N/A Did not advance
Samantha Cheverton 1:58.61 7 Q N/A 1:57.79 7
Brittany MacLean 1:57.75 5 Q N/A 1:57.20 5
Tabitha Baumann 400 m freestyle 4:16.02 13 N/A Did not advance
Samantha Cheverton 4:09.88 7 Q N/A 4:09.85 8
Brittany MacLean 4:08.84 4 Q N/A 4:06.53 5
Tabitha Baumann 800 m freestyle 8:44.94 13 N/A Did not advance
Brittany MacLean 8:27.32 4 Q N/A 8:20.91  
Hilary Caldwell 50 m backstroke 29.31 10 Q 29.37 10 Did not advance
Brooklynn Snodgrass 28.80 6 Q 28.25 4 Q 27.97  
Hilary Caldwell 100 m backstroke 1:01.10 10 Q 1:00.77 9 Did not advance
Sinead Russell 1:00.15 3 Q 59.91 3 Q 1:00.27 6
Brooklynn Snodgrass 1:00.70 5 Q 1:00.26 6 Q 1:00.58 8
Hilary Caldwell 200 m backstroke 2:09.47 1 Q N/A 2:08.55  
Genevieve Cantin 2:11.59 6 Q N/A 2:10.91 7
Sinead Russell 2:12.78 7 Q N/A 2:12.61 8
Tera van Beilen 50 m breaststroke 31.31 7 Q 30.74 3 Q 31.22 5
Martha McCabe 100 m breaststroke 1:10.56 15 Q 1:09.63 15 Did not advance
Kierra Smith 1:09.36 7 Q 1:08.49 6 Q 1:08.83 7
Tera van Beilen 1:09.10 6 Q 1:08.11 5 Q 1:08.58 6
Aurelie Rivard 100 m breaststroke SB9 1:23.67 4 Q N/A 1:22.30 4
Katarina Roxon 1:25.97 6 Q N/A 1:23.95 5
Martha McCabe 200 m breaststroke 2:27.45 5 Q N/A 2:25.46 6
Kierra Smith 2:25.19 1 Q N/A 2:25.40 =4
Tera van Beilen 2:28.40 9 N/A Did not advance
Sandrine Mainville 50 m butterfly 26.46 8 Q 26.48 7 Q 26.64 8
Katerine Savard 26.33 3 Q 26.31 4 Q 26.27 6
Michelle Williams 27.02 12 Q 27.04 13 Did not advance
Audrey Lacroix 100 m butterfly 59.14 9 Q 58.69 7 Q 58.78 7
Katerine Savard 58.13 2 Q 57.83 2 Q 57.40 GR  
Audrey Lacroix 200 m butterfly 2:09.58 3 Q N/A 2:07.61  
Emily Overholt 2:15.83 15 N/A Did not advance
Katerine Savard 2:11.31 8 Q N/A 2:12.81 8
Marni Oldershaw 200 m individual medley 2:15.66 10 N/A Did not advance
Sydney Pickrem 2:14.95 8 Q N/A 2:14.91 8
Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson 2:14.55 5 Q N/A 2:11.76 5
Aurelie Rivard 200 m individual medley SM10 2:33.46 2 Q N/A 2:32.09  
Katarina Roxon 2:45.98 5 Q N/A 2:43.19 5
Marni Oldershaw 400 m individual medley 4:48.89 8 Q N/A 4:46.26 6
Emily Overholt 4:39.52 3 Q N/A 4:37.89 5
Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson 4:41.77 5 Q N/A 4:36.88 4
Alyson Ackman
Sandrine Mainville
Victoria Poon
Michelle Williams
4 × 100 m freestyle relay 3:41.40 3 Q N/A 3:40.00  
Alyson Ackman
Samantha Cheverton
Brittany MacLean
Emily Overholt
4 × 200 m freestyle relay 8:10.45 4 Q N/A 7:51.67  
Audrey Lacroix*
Sandrine Mainville
Sinead Russell
Katerine Savard
Kierra Smith*
Tera van Beilen
Michelle Williams
*
4 × 100 m medley relay 4:07.13 3 Q N/A 4:00.57  

* Swam in the heats only.

Table tennisEdit

On July 9, 2014, Table Tennis Canada nominated six athletes to the squad.[37] The women's doubles duo of Anqi Luo and Zhang Mo won a bronze, the only medal won by the team.[38]

Individual
Athlete Event Group Stage Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final/Bronze medal
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Andre Ho Men's singles   Loi (PNG)
W 4–0
  Spencer (SVG)
W 4–0
1 Q   Ranasingha (SRI)
W 4–0
  Rumgay (SCO)
L 1–4
Did not advance
Pierre-Luc Thériault   Lin (VAN)
W 4–0
  Chelibe (UGA)
W 4–0
1 Q   O'Connell (WAL)
W 4–0
  Ghosh (IND)
L 0–4
Did not advance
Eugene Wang Bye   Yiangou (CYP)
W 4–1
  Baggaley (ENG)
W 4–0
  Jian (SIN)
L 2–4
Did not advance
Betty Guo Women's singles   Riley (BAR)
W 4–0
  Baah-Danso (GHA)
W 4–0
1 Q   Mogey (NIR)
L 0–4
Did not advance
Anqi Luo Bye   Zhang (AUS)
W 4–3
  Batra (IND)
L 2–4
Did not advance
Zhang Mo Bye   Loveridge (GUE)
W 4–0
  Li (NZL)
W 4–0
  Yu (SIN)
L 1–4
Did not advance
Doubles
Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Final/Bronze medal
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Andre Ho
Pierre-Luc Thériault
Men's doubles N/A   Lulu /
Shing (VAN)
W 3–0
  Powell /
Henzell (AUS)
W 3–1
  Zi /
Jian (SIN)
L 1–3
Did not advance
Anqi Luo
Zhang Mo
Women's doubles N/A   Loveridge /
Morgan (GUE)
W 3–0
  Givan /
Mogey (NIR)
W 3–0
  Ng /
Beh (MAS)
W 3–2
  Miao /
Lay (AUS)
L 0–3
  Drinkhall /
Sibley (ENG)
W 3–2
 
Eugene Wang
Zhang Mo
Mixed doubles   Fo /
Chowree (MRI)
W 3–0
  Hu /
Tapper (AUS)
W 3–0
  Chew /
Li (SIN)
W 3–0
  Pitchford /
Ho (ENG)
L 2–3
Did not advance
Andre Ho
Anqi Luo
  Matlhatsi /
Butale (BOT)
W 3–0
  Xiao /
Hung (NZL)
W 3–0
  Drinkhall /
Drinkhall (ENG)
L 2–3
Did not advance
Pierre-Luc Thériault
Betty Guo
  Edwards /
Phillips (WAL)
L 3–0
Did not advance
Team
Athlete Event Group Stage Quarterfinal Semifinal Final/Bronze medal
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Andre Ho
Pierre-Luc Thériault
Eugene Wang
Men's team   Tanzania (TAN)
W 3–0
  Scotland (SCO)
L 1–3
  Uganda (UGA)
W 3–0
2 Did not advance
Betty Guo
Anqi Luo
Zhang Mo
Women's team   Jamaica (JAM)
W 3–0
  Malaysia (MAS)
L 2–3
  Papua New Guinea (PNG)
W 3–0
2 Q   Singapore (SIN)
L 0–3
Did not advance

TriathlonEdit

On May 28, 2014, Triathlon Canada named a group of six athletes to the team.[39] Kirsten Sweetland won the only medal by Canada in the sport. Her medal was the first medal the country won at the games.[40]

Athlete Event Swim (1.5 km) Bike (40 km) Run (10 km) Total Time Rank
Kyle Jones Men's 18:45 59:09 33:27 1:52:15 11
Matthew Sharpe 18:04 59:50 38:02 1:56:56 21
Andrew Yorke 18:44 59:12 31:50 1:50:40 4
Sarah-Anne Brault Women's 20:59 1:10:40 Did not finish
Ellen Pennock 19:51 Did not finish
Kirsten Sweetland 19:53 1:03:41 34:26 1:59:01  
Mixed
Athletes Event Total Times per Athlete
(Swim 250 m, Bike 6 km,
Run 1.6 km)
Total Group Time Rank
Kirsten Sweetland
Matthew Sharpe
Sarah-Anne Brault
Andrew Yorke
Mixed relay 18:54
17:58
19:19
18:06
1:14:17 4

WeightliftingEdit

On June 24, 2014, The Canadian Weightlifting Federation nominated fourteen athletes to the team.[41] Canada's team won a total of four medals (two gold and two bronze).[42]

Men
Athlete Event Snatch Clean & Jerk Total Rank
Result Rank Result Rank
Francis Luna-Grenier −69 kg 130 5 162 5 292 4
Nicolas Vachon 110 13 140 13 250 13
Jean-Marc Béland −77 kg 138 5 157 10 295 8
Darryl Conrad −85 kg 133 8 165 8 298 8
Pascal Plamondon 151 2 182 3 333  
David Samayoa −94 kg 145 6 176 7 321 6
George Kobaladze +105 kg 171 2 229 1 400 GR  
Parminder Phangura 150 7 191 5 341 6
Women
Athlete Event Snatch Clean & Jerk Total Rank
Result Rank Result Rank
Jessica Ruel −53 kg 76 9 91 9 167 9
Isabelle Després −58 kg 81 9 98 9 179 9
Marie-Julie Malboeuf 82 8 100 8 182 7
Marie-Josée Arès-Pilon −69 kg 99 3 115 5 214  
Kristel Ngarlem 85 7 116 4 201 5
Marie-Ève Beauchemin-Nadeau −75 kg 110 1 140 1 250 GR  

WrestlingEdit

On June 13, 2014 Wrestling Canada Lutte nominated fourteen athletes to the team.[43] Canada's wrestling team won a total of twelve medals, including seven gold. The twelve medals is the highest won by the country in freestyle wrestling at the Commonwealth Games.[44]

Key:

  • VT - Victory by Fall.
  • PP - Decision by Points - the loser with technical points.
  • PO - Decision by Points - the loser without technical points.

Men's freestyle
Athlete Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Repechage 1 Repechage 2 Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Michael Asselstine −61 kg N/A   Etko (SCO)
L 1–3 PP
Did not advance
David Tremblay N/A   Vella (MLT)
W 4–1 PP
  Essindi Sengui (CMR)
W 4–1 PP
  Etko (SCO)
W 3–1 PP
N/A   Bajrang (IND)
W 4–1 PP
 
Jevon Balfour −65 kg N/A   Clarkson (NGR)
W 3–1 PP
  Salman (PAK)
W 3–1 PP
  van Rensburg (RSA)
W 3–1 PP
N/A   Dutt (IND)
L 4–0 PO
 
Chris Laverick −74 kg   Bibo (NGR)
L 1–4 PP
Did not advance
Tamerlan Tagziev −86 kg Bye   Abdo (AUS)
W 4–0 PO
  Inam (PAK)
W 3–1 PP
  Kumar (IND)
W 5–0 VT
N/A   Dick (NGR)
W 4–1 PP
 
Arjun Gill −97 kg N/A Bye   McCloskey (NIR)
W 4–1 PP
  Belkin (NZL)
W 4–1 PP
N/A   Kadian (IND)
W 3–1 PP
 
Korey Jarvis −125 kg N/A Bye   Mkanga (KEN)
W 4–1 PP
  Xxx (ENG)
W 4–1 PP
N/A   Tomar (IND)
W 3–1 PP
 
Women's freestyle
Athlete Event Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal Repechage Final / BM
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Jasmine Mian −48 kg Bye N/A   Vinesh (IND)
L 1–4 PP
N/A   Nweke (NGR)
W 4–1 PP
 
Jillian Gallays −53 kg N/A   Adekuoroye (NGR)
L 4–0 PO
Did not advance N/A   Emofack Letchidji (CMR)
W 5–0 VT
 
Brittanee Laverdure −55 kg N/A   Essombe Tiako (CMR)
W 4–0 PO
  Nwoye (NGR)
W 3–1 PP
N/A   Kumari (IND)
L 3–1 PP
 
Braxton Stone −58 kg Bye   Butkevych (ENG)
W 3–1 PP
  Malik (IND)
L 1–3 PP
N/A   Ngono Eyia (CMR)
W 5–0 VT
 
Danielle Lappage −63 kg N/A   Oborududu (NGR)
3–1 PP
  Spiteri (ENG)
W 4–0 PO
N/A   Jakhar (IND)
W 3–0 PO
 
Dorothy Yeats −69 kg N/A   Jones (SCO)
W 5–0 VT
  Kaur (IND)
W 4–0 PO
N/A   Tomo (CMR)
W 4–0 PO
 
Athlete Event Nordic 1 Nordic 2 Nordic 3 Nordic 4 Standings
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rank
Erica Wiebe −75 kg   Edwards (ENG)
W 4–0 PO
  Onyebuchi (NGR)
W 4–1 PP
  Ali (CMR)
W 3–1 PP
  Jyoti (IND)
W 4–0 VT
 

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