The Canadian men's wheelchair basketball team secured a 2012 Olympic berth after defeating Mexico 60-42 in the bronze medal match Saturday at the Parapan American Games.
Canada finishes the tournament 5-1 after failing to lock up the berth Friday in an upset loss to Columbia in the semifinal.
Patrick Anderson once again led the Canadian side with 27 points, 12 rebounds and four assists, despite struggling with his shooting and going 8-for-23. David Eng added a double-double with 16 points, 12 boards.
Mexico, which lost to defending champion the United States in Friday's other semi, shot 30 per cent from the field and didn't have a player in double digits. Raul Ortega had nine points to lead the hosts.
The women's wheelchair basketball team earned the silver medal after a 69-31 loss to the United States. Both teams guaranteed themselves a spot at the London 2012 Paralympic Summer Games by placing in the top three in Guadalajara.
Cindy Ouellet of Quebec City scored a game-high 17 points for the Canadians, while teammate Janet McLachlan of West Vancouver, B.C., added eight points and a team-high 10 rebounds.
Canada's cyclists, meanwhile, got off to a quick start at the ParaPan American Games on Saturday.
Robbi Weldon of Thunder Bay, Ont., and pilot Lyne Bessette of Knowlton, Que., won the road race in the visually-impaired tandem division, one of five medals won by Canadian cyclists on the day.
Weldon and Bessette's gold is their fourth of these Games.
"I'm feeling really good," Weldon said. "Four golds in a week is a first for us and it's a wonderful feeling knowing we will go home with four golds."
Myriam Adam of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., won gold in the hand cycle division, while Daniel Chalifour of Lac-des-Ecorces, Que., and pilot Ed Veal of Queensville, Ont., won bronze in the men's visually impaired tandem division. It is Chalifour and Veal's fourth medal of the Games.
Marie-Claude Molnar of Ste-Adele, Que., rode to silver in the women's C road race, winning her second medal at the Games.
Quebec City's Marie-Eve Croteau overcame injuries from Friday's time trial to win a bronze in the tri-cycle division.
"I feel very good and very bad all at once," Croteau said. "I fell yesterday during the time trial and have bruises all over. I had trouble breathing today, so I couldn't do what I had planned for, but I finished third regardless of the pain.
"I am very happy about my medal in these circumstances."
Meanwhile, Canada won bronze in women's goalball with a 10-0 rout of Mexico.
Nancy Morin of Longueuil, Que., had four goals while Cassandra Orgeles and Whitney Bogart, both of Ottawa, and Ashlie Andrews of Penticton, B.C., scored two each.
Canada has 62 medals, including 13 gold, 22 silver and 27 bronze.