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For the fourth time, Abi Tripp finishes fourth at the Parapan Am Games  August 14th, 2015
For the fourth time at the Parapan American Games, Kingston swimmer Abi Tripp finished fourth Thursday, this time in the women’s 100-metre freestyle for athletes with an S8 disability. It’s an impressive international debut for Tripp, a 14-year-old member of the Kingston Y... [Read More]
Third fourth-place finish for Abi Tripp at Parapan Games  August 12th, 2015
Kingston’s Abi Tripp posted her third fourth-place finish of the Parapan American Games Tuesday night, in the final of the women’s 200-metre medley for swimmers with an SM8 disability. Tripp finished the race in 3 minutes 7.93 seconds, almost five seconds faster than the time she... [Read More]
Kingston swimmer wins bronze at Parapan Am Games  August 10th, 2015
Christopher Sergeant-Tsonos of Kingston repeated his bronze medal performance in the men’s 50-metre freestyle for S8 swimmers when he finished third in the final of the event Sunday evening at the Parapan American Games in Toronto. Sergeant-Tsonos was also third in the event at the... [Read More]
Final tally for Kingston athletes: Twelve Pan Am medals  July 27th, 2015
Canada defeated Puerto Rico 3-1 Sunday to claim the bronze medal in the men’s volleyball tournament on the final day of the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto. It was the second time the Canadians defeated Puerto Rico in the tournament. In all, Canada won four of five matches, with a... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 26th, 2015

Kingston-connected athlete competing today on the last day of the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto:

Sunday

Adam Simac, men’s volleyball: Bronze medal match, vs. Puerto Rico, 11:05 a.m.

 

 

Canada wins silver in Pan Am basketball  July 26th, 2015
Canada won its first men’s basketball medal in the history of the Pan American Games Saturday afternoon, silver, when it dropped an 86-71 decision to Brazil in the championship game of the tournament at the Ryerson Athletic Centre in downtown Toronto. Canada’s previous best... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 25th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow on the final weekend of the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Saturday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Gold medal game, vs. Brazil, 4:30 p.m. Sunday Adam Simac, men’s volleyball: Bronze medal match,... [Read More]
Kate Gillis gives Kingston its 10th Pan Am Games medal  July 25th, 2015
A bronze medal won by Kate Gillis and a berth in the championship men’s basketball game were highlights for athletes with a tie to Kingston Friday at the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto. Gillis, a Regiopolis Notre Dame grad, was with the Canadian women’s field hockey team that... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 24th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Friday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Semifinal, vs. U.S., 6 p.m. Kate Gillis, women’s field hockey: Bronze medal match, vs. Chile, 5 p.m. Leonora Mackinnon,... [Read More]
Basketball team 3-0 at Pan American Games  July 24th, 2015
Canada improved to 3-0 Thursday as it concluded the preliminary round of the men’s basketball tournament at the XVII Pan American Games with a 96-76 win over Mexico. Ernestown Secondary School grad Aaron Doornekamp scored five points in 18 minutes of playing time for the Canadians,... [Read More]
Canadian women drop field hockey semifinal; basketball men 2-0  July 23rd, 2015
Canada will play for the bronze medal Friday after suffering a 3-0 loss to the U.S. in the semifinals of the women’s field hockey tournament Wednesday at the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto. The U.S. scored once in the first quarter and twice in the fourth to secure a berth in the... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 23rd, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Thursday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Preliminary game, vs. Mexico, 6 p.m. Friday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Semifinal, time, opponent TBA. Kate... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 22nd, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Wednesday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Preliminary game, vs. Argentina, 6 p.m. Kate Gillis, women’s field hockey: Semifinal, vs. U.S., 7:05... [Read More]
Basketball team wins opener; volleyball men reach Pan Am semifinals  July 22nd, 2015
Canada’s men’s volleyball team advanced to the semifinals and the Canadian men’s basketball team won its opening game Tuesday night at the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto. The volleyball team remains undefeated after closing the preliminary round with a 3-2 victory over... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 21st, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Tuesday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Preliminary game, vs. Dominican Republic, 6 p.m. Leonora Mackinnon, fencing (women’s epee): Elimination rounds in... [Read More]
Canada advances to field hockey semifinals at Pan Am Games  July 21st, 2015
Canada advanced to the semifinals of the women’s field hockey tournament with a 2-0 quarter-final win over Uruguay Monday at the XXVII Pan American Games in Toronto. Kate Gillis, the Regiopolis Notre Dame grad, stared at midfield for the Canadian team, which will face the U.S. in a... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 20th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games, in and around Toronto: Monday Kate Gillis, women’s field hockey: Quarter-final, vs. Uruguay, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Aaron Doornekamp, men’s basketball: Preliminary game, vs. Dominican Republic,... [Read More]
A silver medal for sailor Terry McLaughlin at Pan Am Games  July 20th, 2015
Terry McLaughlin was fourth in the J-24 medal race Sunday to claim the silver medal on the final day of the sailing regatta at the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto. Sailing on Lake Ontario off Royal Canadian Yacht Club, McLaughlin, a graduate of Queen’s University and silver medalist... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 19th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Sunday Evert McLaughlin, sailing (open Snipe): Medal race, 3:05 p.m. Terry McLaughlin, sailing (open J-24): Medal race, 12:35 p.m. Adam Simac, men’s volleyball: Preliminary... [Read More]
Danielle Boyd finishes sixth in Pan Am sailing regatta  July 19th, 2015
Victoria Travascio of Argentina won the gold medal in women’s 49er FX sailing competition Saturday at the XVII Pan American Games in Toronto. It was largely a formality, as Travascio came last in the medal race on Lake Ontario, off Royal Canadian Yacht Club. She won seven of the first... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 18th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Saturday Danielle Boyd, sailing (women’s 49er FX): Medal race, 4:35 p.m. Sunday Evert McLaughlin, sailing (open Snipe): Medal race, 3:05 p.m. Terry McLaughlin, sailing... [Read More]
Kate Gillis leads Canada to field hockey quarter-finals  July 18th, 2015
Canada’s women’s field hockey team will play a quarter-final match Monday after defeating Mexico 4-0 Friday on the final day of the preliminary round at the XVII Pan American games in Toronto. Canada broke open a scoreless game with three goals in the second... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 17th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Friday Danielle Boyd, sailing (women’s 49er FX): Four races, first race 11:35 a.m. Kate Gillis, women’s field hockey: Preliminary game, vs. Mexico, 7 p.m. Evert... [Read More]
Boyd's third-place finish best so far at the Pan Am Games  July 17th, 2015
Kingston’s Danielle Boyd had her best finish of the Pan American Games sailing regatta Thursday, a third in her first race of the day, but she and skipper Erin Rafuse of Halifax remain sixth overall after 11 races in women’s 49er FX competition. Boyd and Rafuse were also sixth... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 16th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Thursday Danielle Boyd, sailing (women’s 49er FX): Six races, first race 11:35 a.m. Evert McLaughlin, sailing (open Snipe): Three races, first race 11:35 a.m. Terry... [Read More]
Kingston's medal tally swells to eight at Pan Am Games  July 16th, 2015
Brisk winds arrived at the Royal Canadian Henley rowing course in St. Catharines Wednesday, but not even choppy waves that were filling boats with water could steer Kingston’s rowers from the Pan American Games podium. Will Crothers, Rob Gibson and Nicolas Pratt made it five-for-five... [Read More]
Rob Gibson joins the gold medal club at Pan Am Games  July 15th, 2015
Canada’s men’s quadruple scull, with Kingston’s Rob Gibson in the stroke seat, won the gold medal Tuesday morning on the Pan American Games rowing course in St. Catharines. The Canadian boat, whose crew also included Matthew Buie of Duntroon, Ont., Julien Bahain of Laval,... [Read More]
Will Crothers wins gold as part of Canadian men's four  July 14th, 2015
Kingston rower Will Crothers claimed the Kingston area’s fourth medal of the XVII Pan American Games Monday, a gold as part of Canada’s championship men’s four in the rowing regatta at St. Catharines. Crothers was in the bow seat of the Canadian boat that finished the race... [Read More]
How Kingston is doing at the Pan Am Games  July 13th, 2015
How Kingston-connected athletes are doing Monday at the XVI Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Danielle Boyd—Sailing with skipper Erin Rafuse of Halifax, had two fifth-place finishes and a sixth in three women’s 49er FX races on Lake Ontario off Royal Canadian Yacht Club.... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 13th, 2015
What Kingston-connected athletes are doing today at the XVII Pan American Games, in and around Toronto: Monday Danielle Boyd, sailing (women’s 49er FX): Three races, first race 11:35 a.m. Will Crothers, rowing (men’s four): Final, 10 a.m. Kate Gillis, women’s field... [Read More]
Gold medals for local athletes at Pan Am Games  July 13th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes won medals in two sports, and Kingston’s three rowers have finals to race in all five of their events, after competition Sunday, the second day of the XVII Pan American Games, in and around Toronto. Napanee’s Brittany Benn and former Queen’s Gael... [Read More]
What Kingston's doing today at the Pan Am Games  July 12th, 2015
What Kingston-connected athletes are doing today on the second day of the XVII Pan American Games, in and around Toronto: Brittany Benn—Helped Canada finish a sweep of its preliminary games in the women’s rugby tournament, with wins of 45-0 over Argentina and 34-12 over the U.S.,... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 12th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today and tomorrow at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Sunday Brittany Benn, Nadia Popov, women’s rugby: Two preliminary matches, vs. Argentina, 10:05 a.m., vs. U.S., 1:33 p.m.; medal matches: bronze, 5:55... [Read More]
How Kingston did at the Pan Am Games  July 12th, 2015
What Kingston-connected athletes did on the first day of the XVII Pan American games, in and around Toronto: Brittany Benn—With former Queen’s varsity player Nadia Popov, was part of the Canadian women’s rugby team that won three games, 55-0 over Colombia, 60-0 over Mexico... [Read More]
How Kingston is doing at the Pan Am Games  July 11th, 2015
What Kingston-connected athletes have done by 2:30 p.m. on the first day of the XVII Pan American games, in and around Toronto: Brittany Benn—With former Queen’s varsity player Nadia Popov, was part of the Canadian women’s rugby team that won its first two games, 55-0 over... [Read More]
Kingston today at the Pan Am Games  July 11th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes competing today at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto: Saturday Brittany Benn, Nadia Popov, women’s rugby: Three preliminary matches, vs. Colombia, 10:05 a.m., vs. Mexico, 1:33 p.m., vs. Brazil, 5:55 p.m. Will Crothers, rowing (men’s... [Read More]
Team Kingston at the Pan Am Games  July 10th, 2015
Kingston-connected athletes, coaches and officials with the Canadian team at the XVII Pan American Games in and around Toronto, with connection, sport and competition dates: Athletes • Brittany Benn, Napanee, women’s rugby. Saturday, vs. Colombia, 10:05 a.m.; vs. Mexico, 1:33... [Read More]
He once hated the single; now Rob Gibson will race it for Canada  July 10th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY ST. CATHARINES, July 8—For Rob Gibson, there’s not a trace of ambiguity. “I hated it,” he says emphatically, of the early days of trying to row a single scull. After enjoying success as a sweep oarsman at Regiopolis Notre Dame, then Kingston... [Read More]
Will Crothers happy to be back in a big boat, racing at home  July 10th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY ST. CATHARINES, July 8—It’s good, Will Crothers says, to be back. “It’s fun to be in a big crew again,” Crothers said. “It brings back memories of London, for sure. We’re having a blast being out in it. “There’s a mob... [Read More]
Vocation and passion cross paths at Pan Am Games for rower Nic Pratt  July 10th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY ST. CATHARINES, July 8—Unlikely as it may seem, it may not be that big a stretch to suggest the seed of Nic Pratt’s return to competitive rowing was sewn at a drafting table almost six years ago. A young man who cut his rowing teeth at Kingston Collegiate,... [Read More]
Aaron Doornekamp on final tryout roster for Pan Am Games basketball  July 6th, 2015
Odessa’s Aaron Doornekamp is among 16 players who have been invited to audition for the Canadian men’s basketball team for the Pan Am Games in Toronto. The group will convene in Toronto Sunday for a six-day camp. A 12-man team will be chosen for the competition, which will... [Read More]
Ex-Gael Matt Mullins named to Pan Am Games rugby team  July 6th, 2015
Former Queen’s University rugby player Matt Mullins has been named to the Canadian team for the men’s sevens tournament at the Pan American Games in Toronto. Mullins and Phil Mack Saturday were selected to replace Pat Kay and Pat Parfrey. The tournament will be Mullins’... [Read More]
Danielle Boyd eager to experience Pan Am Games atmosphere  July 6th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Perhaps Danielle Boyd didn’t realize it yet, but before she got her boat registered, before she checked into the athletes village, before she got downtown to witness the hoopla, by mid-day Monday she was already experiencing part of the Pan Am Games experience:... [Read More]
Nicole Clarke enjoying her time as Pan Am Games sport manager  March 19th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY TORONTO/March 19—It was, Nicole Clarke recalled, a sobering moment. The day was March 4, a Wednesday, and the premier had stopped by the office of the Pan American Games organizing committee to preside over the ceremony to unveil the medals that will be presented to... [Read More]
Simon Whitfield among first to be named a Pan Am Games torchbearer  March 19th, 2015
Kingston’s Simon Whitfield, a two-time Olympic medalist in triathlon, is among the first 10 people who have been named to run a leg in the Pan American Games torch relay. Whitfield also has a bronze medal from the Pan Am Games in Winnipeg in 1999. Somewhere. “That would be the... [Read More]
Danielle Boyd qualifies for Pan Am Games regatta  February 11th, 2015
Erin Rafuse and her 49er FX crewmate, Kingston’s Danielle Boyd, have put themselves in position to sail for Canada at the Pan American Games this summer in Toronto. They were the top Canadian team at the North American championship, a nine-race series that ended Sunday in Clearwater,... [Read More]
Kingston man playing an important role in the Pan Am Games  February 3rd, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY There’s nothing like a car ride to Welland with four strangers to make a fellow feel like he’s right at home. Not that it was exactly what Ryan Koolen had in mind for his first day on the job with the Toronto organizing committee for the Pan American Games this... [Read More]


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