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Everything you need to know about the Pan Am Games

How to cheer for our Canadian athletes at the Pan Am Games

The Pan Am Games have been underway for several days but the running events are just getting started. Canada has sent a very experienced and competitive team to Lima, Peru and they’re looking to bring home a big medal haul.

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Canada is sitting at 72 medals after 12 days of competition.

The Team

Mobolade Ajomale – 100m
Marco Arop – 800m
Ashlan Best – relay
Mathieu Bilodeau – 50K race walk
Khamica Bingham – relay
Jerome Blake – 200m
Maïté Bouchard – 800m
Leya Buchanan – 100m
Lindsey Butterworth – 800m
Johnathan Cabral – 110mH
Keira Christie-Galloway – 100mH
Rachel Cliff – 10,000m
Kyra Constantine – 400m
Georgia Ellenwood – Heptathlon
Crystal Emmanuel – 100m, 200m
Ben Flanagan – 10,000m
Phylicia George – 100mH
Travia Jones – relay
Geneviève Lalonde – 3,000m SC
Pierce LePage – Decathlon
Rory Linkletter – 10,000m
Brandon McBride – 800m
Natassha McDonald – 400m
Jessica O’Connell – 5,000m
Philip Osei – 400m
William Paulson – 1,500m
Brendon Rodney – 200m
Andrea Seccafien – 5,000m
Ryan Smeeton – 3,000m SC
Gavin Smellie – 100m
Aiyanna Stiverne – 200m
Damian Warner – Decathlon
Sage Watson – 400mH
Natasha Wodak – 10,000m
Regan Yee – 3,000m SC



So far, Evan Dunfee is the only Canadian to race, finishing 5th Sunday morning in the 20K race walk in 1:22:27. Results can be found here. Track events get underway Tuesday with the men’s 5,000m and the women’s 10,000m finals.


Schedule can be found here.

Live Stream

CBC Olympics is streaming the Games. Their feed can be found here.

Social media feeds

@lima2019juegos is the official Instagram account of the games.