Women’s individual — Georcy-Stephanie Thiffeault Picard, Montreal, lost in the opening round to Ya-Ting Tan of Chinese Taipei, 7-1.

Men’s individual — in his head-to-head opener, Crispin Duenas, Toronto, edged Marco Galiazzo of Italy, 10-9 in a shootout; was eliminated with a 7-3 loss to Zach Garrett, U.S., in the round-of-16.


Women’s individual time trial — Tara Whitten, Calgary, finished seventh in 45 minutes, 1.16 seconds; Karol-Ann Canuel, Gatineau, Que., placed 13th (46:30.93)

Men’s individual time trial — Hugo Houle, Ste-Perpetue, Que., was 21st in one hour, 17 minutes and 2.04 seconds.


Women’s individual foil — Eleanor Harvey, Hamilton, def. Anissa Khelfaoui of Algeria, 15-6; won 15-11 over Italian Arianna Errigo; was eliminated after losing in the quarter-finals 15-13 to Ines Boubakri of Turkey.

Men’s individual sabre — Joseph Polossifakis, Montreal, was eliminated following a 15-6 loss in the opening round to Aliaksandr Buikevich of Belarus.


Women’s 70-kilogram class — Kelita Zupancic, Whitby, Ont., wom her opening match over Esther Stam of Georgia, 0-0s1; lost in the quarter-finals 10-0 to Haruka Tachimodo of Japan; and was eliminated with a 10-1 loss in the repechage to Austrian Bernadette Graf.


470 class — Graeme and Jacob Saunders, both Chester, N.S., were 26th and 20th in Wednesday’s races and are tied for 24th overall with a score of 46.

Finn class — Tom Ramshaw, Toronto, placed 22nd and 13th in the day’s races, and is 19th overall with 66.

Nakra 17 — Nikola Girke, West Vancouver, B.C., and Luke Ramsay, Vancouver, finished fourth and 17th, with the third race of the day postponed. They rank 10th with a total of 21.

Men’s laser — Lee Parkhill, Oakville, Ont., was 19th and 20th to stand 30th overall (161) after six legs of the event.

Women’s laser radial — Brenda Bowskill, Toronto, finished 10th and 19th, and is 19th after six races (103).


Women’s 100 freestyle — Penny Oleksiak, Toronto, was fifth overall in qualifying in 53.53 seconds; Chantal Van Landeghem, Winnipeg, was ninth (53.83) — both advanced to Wednesday night’s semifinal round.

Women’s 200 breastroke — Kierra Smith, Kelowna, B.C., qualified for Wednesday night’s semifinal with the sixth-fastest time in qualifying (2:23.69); Martha McCabe, Toronto, was 23rd (2:28.62), did not advance.

Women’s 4×200 relay — Katerine Savard, Pont-Rouge, Que.; Taylor Ruck, Scottsdale, Ariz.; Emily Overholt, West Vancouver, B.C.; and Kennedy Goss, Toronto, were sixth in qualifying (7:51.99) and earned a berth in Wednesday night’s semifinals.


Women’s 69 kilogram class — Marie-Eve Beauchemin-Nadeau, Candiac, Que., was ninth overall in the event with a score of 228.

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