Matchup No. 6: Best Canadian sports moment of the summer
Vote now in second round of our poll
Welcome to part two 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 one of the bracket.
For the second matchup of round two, more winning moments from round one go head-to-head: Ellie Black's five Pan Am medals vs. Canada's double-gold at the world track and field championship.
In round one of our poll, Ellie Black's medal count at the Pan Am Games beat out Damian Warner's decathlon record and Pan Am gold.
The 19-year-old dominated Toronto 2015 by pulling in five medals in artistic gymnastics: gold for her balance beam routine, gold in the floor exercise, gold in women's all around, silver in the team event and bronze in vault.
Black was the most decorated Canadian at the Pan Am Games.
Going head-to-head with Ellie Black's multiple medals is the the double gold brought in by Canadians Shawn Barber and Derek Drouin at the world track and field championships.
The two golds won in round one of voting, beating out the moment when Brooke Henderson was granted an LPGA membership.
Drouin's high jump final went down to a three-way jump off, where he managed to defeat his other two opponents by clearing 2.34 metres.
Barber won gold in pole vault, clearing 6.00 metres in another tight competition. Before this gold, the 21 year old had never won any kind of medal at a worlds.
Vote below for which moment you think was best.