Vote: Best Canadian sports moment of the summer

Women's basketball FIBA gold versus wheelchair basketball Parapan Am gold.

Vote now in second round of our poll

Team Canada's women's basketball team securing gold at the FIBA Americas verus wheelchair rugby defeating long-time rivals for gold at Parapan Am Games. (Getty)

Welcome to part 2 of our round-by-round vote, determining the ultimate Canadian sports moment of summer of 2015.

Out of all of the victories, which moment stood out most to you?

Below are the results from round 1 of the bracket.

Matchup No. 1: Men's 4x100m relay vs. Women's basketball team (View results)

Matchup No. 2: Zak Madell, wheelchair rugby vs. Kadeisha Buchanan, women's soccer (View results)

Matchup No. 3: Damian Warner, decathlon record vs. Ellie Black, 5 medals (View results)

Matchup No. 4: Brooke Henderson LPGA membership vs. worlds double-gold

For the first matchup of round two, winning moments from round one go head-to-head: the Canadian women's basketball FIBA gold versus Canada's wheelchair rugby Pan Am Gold.

In round one of our poll, the Canadian women's FIBA gold beat out the moment the Canadian men's 4x100m relay team was bumped onto the podium.

After a gold-medal performance performance at the Pan Am Games, the Canadian women's basketball team continued to the FIBA Americas in Edmonton where made it to the finals and defeated Cuba, securing their ticket to Rio 2016.

Coming up against the FIBA gold is Canada's wheelchair rugby team's Parapan Am gold, which in round 1 beat out Kadeisha Buchanan's World Cup Young Player award.

The wheelchair rugby team won gold after defeating long-time rival the United States.

Both teams not only won gold medals, but secured their position in Rio 2016. Vote below for which moment you think was best.


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