Canada adds five medals at Commonwealth Games split between wrestling and diving
Canada has added a handful of medals to its tally at the Commonwealth Games.
Diver Mia Vallée of Beaconsfield, Que., won gold in the women’s one-metre springboard for Canada’s best result on Friday, with four freestyle wrestlers also reaching the podium.
Ana Godinez-Gonzalez of Surrey, B.C., and Toronto’s Lachlan McNeil both earned silver and Montreal’s Alex Moore and Hannah Taylor of Cornwall, P.E.I., each took bronze.
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Vallee earned 291.85 points to take top prize in her event, besting Australia’s Brittany Mae O’Brien (279.60) and England’s Amy Elisabeth Rollinson (272.00).
Godinez-Gonzalez dropped a 4-4 decision to India’s Sakshi Malik in the final of the women’s freestyle 62-kilogram final.
McNeil lost to India’s Bajrang Punia 9-2 in the men’s 65-kilogram final.
Taylor beat Kenya’s Sophia Omutichio Ayieta 4-0 in the bronze-medal match of the women’s 57-kilogram tournament.
Moore earned his bronze with a convincing 10-0 win over New Zealand’s Matthew Oxenham in the bronze-medal match of the men’s 86-kilogram event.
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