Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games: Day 4 Wrap Up

As the 2017 edition of the games draws nearer to a close, team NWT had another impressive showing in the GTA yesterday.

Bailey Chaplain takes home the bronze medal in archery.

Josh Kearley and Darien Comin move on to the bronze medal game for mixed doubles badminton, Comin also winning the consolation finals.

Once again a handful of medals are coming from canoeing.

Kyra McDonald wins silver in the 14 U 1000m, and Mackenzie Granger taking silver in her 14U division. Davina McLeod won gold in the 19U division.

In men’s 19U 1000 tandem, Darius and Kaiden McDonald take home bronze, and in female 3000m McLeod and Granger take silver. Davina and Taylor McLeod also taking home silver in the 1000m contest.

Deanne Whenham wins gold in 19U golf.

In swimming, silver by Allie Buhler in 19U Female 200m Breaststroke, bronze from Marshall Brown in the 14U Male 100m and Jacob Mitchner wins bronze in the 14U Male 200m Freestyle.

Both the men’s and women’s volleyball teams are off to the playoff rounds, while NWT men’s basketball is headed home with another loss.

The competition continues today, with girls’ soccer looking to move on to the gold medal game, and some athletes hoping to bring home a gold today. The full schedule is posted below.

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