It’s day 2 of the 2016 Rio Olympics. Here’s a rundown of which events Team Canada athletes are competing in today:
ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS: In women’s uneven bars qualifiers, Isabela Onyshko finished 23rd overall, Ellie Black 31st, Brittany Rogers 36th, Rose-Kaying Woo 52nd.
In women’s floor exercise qualifiers, Ellie Black finished 15th overall, Isabela Onyshko 22nd, Shallon Olsen 26th, Rose-Kaying Woo 38th.
In women’s beam, Isabela Onyshko finished 10th overall. Ellie Black finished 44th overall, Brittany Rogers 45th, Rose-Kaying Woo 52nd.
In women’s vault qualifiers, Shallon Olsen finished sixth overall. Brittany Rogers finished ninth overall, Ellie Black 14th.
Looking at the ranking for women’s team all-around, Canada finished ninth, and in women’s individual all-around, Isabela Onyshko finished 10th, Ellie Black 13th.
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: In preliminary Pool E action, Heather Bansley and Sarah Pavan defeated the Netherland’s Jantine Van Der Vlist and Sophie Van Gestel 2-0.
Later Sunday night, Jamie Broder and Kristina Valjas took on Marta Menegatti and Laura Giombini of Italy in women’s preliminary Pool D action, defeating them 2-1.
CANOE SLALOM: Canada’s Cameron Smedley ranked 12th in his first run, 13th in his second, and 15th overall in men’s canoe single.
In men’s kayak single, Michael Tayler finished 19th in the first run, 12th in the second, and finished 16th overall.
CYCLING: In the women’s road race, Karol-Ann Canuel finished 25th, and Leah Kirchmann 38th. Tara Whitten did not finish.
DIVING: Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware finished fourth in women’s synchronized 3m springboard final, less than a point behind Australia who took the bronze.
EQUESTRIAN: Colleen Loach and Rebecca Howard compete in individual eventing cross-country and team eventing cross-country.
FENCING: Maximilien van Haaster defeated Venezuela’s Antonio Leal 15-7 in the round of 64, but lost 15-4 to Gerek Meinhardt of the United States in the round of 32.
JUDO: In men’s 66 kg, Canada’s Antoine Bouchard defeated Raymond Ovinou of Papua New Guinea in round of 64, Mikhail Pulyaev of Russia in round of 32, Imad Bassou of Morocco in round of 16, but lost to Adrian Gomboc of Slovenia in the quarter-finals.
In women’s 52 kg, Ecaternia Guica was defeated by Russia’s Natalia Kuziutina in the round of 16.
ROWING: Persistent high winds resulted in the cancellation of the second day of the Olympic rowing competition.
After finishing fourth in the third heat of the men’s coxless lightweight four on Saturday, Canada was scheduled to race in a repêchage Sunday against Germany, France, and the Czech Republic (9 a.m. ET).
Elsewhere, Canada was slated to compete in heat 1 of women’s coxless pair at 9:10 a.m. ET, heat 4 of women’s lightweight double sculls at 10:10 a.m. ET, and heat 2 of men’s coxless four at 11:10 a.m. ET.
Those events have now been postponed until at least Monday.
RUGBY SEVENS: Canada’s women’s rugby sevens team will be heading to the semi-finals on Monday after defeating France 15-5 in the quarter-finals. Canada will go head to head against Australia, who defeated Spain 24-0 in the quarter-finals, on Monday at 1:30 p.m.
Earlier in the day, Great Britain handed Canada’s women’s rugby sevens team a 22-0 defeat. On Saturday, Canada trounced Japan 40-0 and Brazil 29-3.
SHOOTING: Lynda Kiejko ranked 38th in the women’s 10m air pistol qualifiers, while Cynthia Meyer finished seventh in the women’s trap qualifiers.
SWIMMING: Toronto’s Penny Oleksiak will take home the silver in the women’s 100m butterfly final. It’s Canada’s first silver of the Rio Olympics, and second medal overall.
In the women’s 100m backstroke semi-finals, Kylie Masse finished fifth overall with a time of 59.06 seconds. Masse will advance to Monday night’s final. Dominique Bouchard finished 12th overall with a time of 1:00.54. In the qualifying, Masse finished third overall, and Bouchard 12th.
In the women’s 100m breaststroke semi-finals, Rachel Nicol finished eighth overall with a time of 1:06.73. She will advance to Monday night’s final. During the qualifying, Nicol finished 11th overall with a time of 1:06.85, while Kierra Smith finished seventh 19th overall with a time of 1:07.41.
In the women’s 400 freestyle final, Brittany MacLean finished fifth overall with a time of 4:04.69 and will advance to the final. During the qualifying, she finished fifth overall. Emily Overholt finished 25th overall and did not advance.
In the men’s 100m backstroke qualifying, Javier Acevedo finished 17th overall with a time of 54.11 seconds.
In the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay final, Canada finished seventh overall with a time of 3:14.35. The team finished fifth overall in qualifying.
TABLE TENNIS: Eugene Wang took a 4-0 win over Turkey’s Ahmet Li in round 2 of men’s singles. He plays Hong Kong, China’s Wong Chun Ting on Monday (11 a.m. ET)
TENNIS: Eugenie Bouchard and Gabriela Dabrowski defeated Poland’s Klaudia Jans-Ignacik and Paula Kania 2-1 in round 1 of women’s doubles.
In round 1 of men’s doubles, Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil defeated New Zealand’s Marcus Daniell and Michael Venus 2-1.
VOLLEYBALL: Canada defeated the United States 3-0 in men’s preliminary Pool A action.