Glasgow 2014 is a success so far for both Canada & Glasgow – pics courtesy of Andy Laing/ISN
Team Canada’s medal tally is continuing to grow with Derek Drouin winning gold in the men’s high jump final, Brianne Thisesn-Eaton in the women’s heptathlon final, Meaghan Benefeito & Roseline Filion in the women’s synchronised 10m platform final, David Tremblay in the men’s freestyle 61kg wrestling final, Arjun Gill in the 97kg men’s freestyle wrestling final and Dori Yeats in the women’s 69kg freestyle wrestling final all achieving gold, taking Team Canada’s gold haul to 22 – 9 clear of hosts Scotland in 4th place in the medals table.
Michael Mason received a bronze in the men’s high jump while Jessica Zelinka secured silver in the women’s heptathlon 800m heat 1. Jennifer Abel & Pamela Ware gained a silver for Canada in the 3m springboard synchronised women’s final.
Canada have performed strongly in wrestling – pics courtesy of Andy Laing/ISN
In the wrestling again, Jill Gallays was awarded bronze in the women’s 53kg bronze medal finals while Braxton Rei Stone won bronze in the women’s freestyle 58kg bronze medal final.
Team Canada have been well supported by Canadians and non-Canadians – pics courtesy of Andy Laing/ISN
Tonight’s action so far has taken Team Canada to a total haul of medals to the half century mark (22 Gold, 7 Silver and 21 Bronze) with three days competition to go, can they beat their Delhi score of 76 medals with 26 gold?