Medal standings and day-by-day Canadian results for the IV Parapan American Games, Nov. 12-20, 2011 in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Final Medal Standings

 Country Gold Silver BronzeTotal 
1. Brazil816155197
2. Mexico506055165
3. United States514734132
4. Argentina19253175
5. CANADA13222863
 

Canadian Trail

Day 8

  • Justin Karn, men's judo 60kg, won bronze

Day 7

  • Robbi Weldon & Lyne Bessette, visually-impaired tandem road race, won gold
  • Myriam Adam, hand cycle division, won gold
  • Marie-Claude Molnar, women's C road race, won silver
  • Daniel Chalifour & Ed Veal, men's visually impaired tandem road race, won bronze
  • Marie-Eve Croteau, tri-cycle, won bronze
  • Women's goalball, won bronze
  • Women's wheelchair basketball, won silver
  • Men's wheelchair basketball, won bronze

Day 6

  • Jason Dunkerley, T11 men's 5000-metre, won bronze
  • Alister McQueen, T44 men's 200m, won bronze
  • Ian Kent & Masoud Mojtahed, men's table tennis, won silver
  • Shayne Dobson, T37 men's 1500m, won silver
  • Men's volleyball team, won bronze

Day 5

  • Kevin Evans, men's archery, individual compound, won gold
  • Robert Hudson, men's archery, individual compound, won silver
  • Alister McQueen, F44 men's javelin throw, won bronze
  • Shayne Dobson, T37 men's 800-metre, won bronze
  • Kyle Edward Whitehouse, T38 men's 200m, won silver
  • Virginia McLachlan, T38 women's 100m, won silver
  • Christy Campbell, T34 women's 100m, won bronze
  • Jason Dunkerley, T11 men's visually impaired 1500m, won silver

Day 4

  • Adam Rahier, men's S14 100m backstroke, won gold
  • Kirstie Kasko; women's S14 100 backstroke, won gold
  • Jana Murphy, women's S14 100 backstroke, won silver
  • Sarah White, T53 wheelchair 100-metre, won silver
  • Robbi Weldon & Lyne Bessette, women's 1000m cycling time trial, won gold
  • Daniel Chalifour & Ed Veal, men's 1000m cycling time trial, won silver
  • Paul Gauthier & Adam Dukovich, boccia, won gold
  • Marco Dispaltro, boccia, won silver
  • Josh Vander Vies & Dave Richer, boccia, won bronze

Day 3

  • Ian Kent, table tennis, won gold
  • Robbi Weldon and pilot Lyne Bessette, cycling for visually-impaired, won gold (second gold of Games)
  • Daniel Chalifour and pilot Ed Veal, individual pursuit cycling for visually-impaired, won gold
  • Stephanie Chan, table tennis, won silver
  • Virginia McLachlan, women's T38 classification 200-metres, won silver
  • Braedon Dolfo, men's T13 100-metres, won bronze

Day 2

  • Kirstie Kasko; 200-metre freestyle swimming, won gold
  • Kevin Strybosch; men's F37 javelin, won silver
  • Kyle Whitehouse; T38 classification 100-metre finals, won silver
  • Hanna Smith; S9 100 breaststroke, won silver
  • Jackie Marciano; men's amputee 400-metres finals, won bronze
  •  Isaiah Christophe; T54 classification 100-metre finals, won bronze
  • Kennedy Pasay; S9 100 breaststroke, won bronze
  • Danielle Kisser; women's S6 100 breaststroke, won bronze
  • Thomas Swinkels; men's S9 100 breaststroke, won bronze
  • Chris Sergeant; men's S8 50 freestyle, won bronze

Day 1

  • Robbi Weldon; time trial - visually impaired (cycling), won gold
  • Shelly Gautier; time trial - tricycle, won silver
  • Rico Morneau; time trial - hand cycle, won bronze
  • Daniel Chalifour; time trial - visually impaired (cycling), won bronze
  • Adam Rahier, swimming, silver
  • Jana Murphy, swimming, silver
  • Chris Sergeant, swimming, silver
  • Maxime Rousselle, men's 100m breaststroke (SB14 disability category), bronze
  • Jean-Sebastien Lapointe, men's 100m breaststroke (SB14 disability), bronze