What Canada Did
(CP) -- Check back daily to review Canada's progress throughout the 2002 Winter Olympics:
Saturday, Feb. 16, 2002
Men's Super G
: Darin McBeath, Calgary; Thomas Crandi, Canmore, and Edi Podivinsky, Toronto, all did not finish, not ranked.
: Pierre Lueders, Calgary, and Giulio Zardo, Montreal, were fourth after two runs in a field of 39; Yannick Morin, Montreal, and John Sokolowski, East-Miramichi-East, N.B., were 23rd.
Men's 12-km pursuit
: Robin Clegg, Ottawa, finished 42nd in a field of 60 finalists.
: Kelley Law skipped her Richmond, B.C., team over Japan 9-4 in eighth draw and downed Denmark 9-4 in ninth, raising Canada's record to a leading 8-0 and into the semifinals.
: Deidre Dionne, Red Deer, finished fifth in eliminations in a field of 21, advanced to final; Veronica Brenner, Sharon, Ont., was eighth, advanced; Veronika Bauer, Toronto, placed ninth, advanced.
: Steve Omischi, North Bay, Ont., placed fourth in a field of 25 in eliminations, advanced to final; Andy Capicik, Vancouver, was sixth, qualified; Jeff Bean, Ottawa, was ninth, advanced; Nicolas Fontaine, Magog, Que., was 16th, eliminated.
: Jeremy Wotherspoon, Red Deer, finished 13th in a final field of 44; Mike Ireland, Winnipeg, was 14th; Patrick Bouchard, Cap-Rouge, was 19th, and Mike Marshall, Calgary, placed 20th.
Women's 3,000 relay
: Isabelle Charest, Montreal; Marie-Eeve Drolet, Laterriere, Alanna Kraus, Abbotsford, and Tania Vicent, Laval, Que., finished second in semifinal heat, advanced to final.
: Isabelle Charest, Montreal, placed fourth in medal race; Alanna Kraus, Abbotsford, won consolation final.
: Mathieu Turcotte, Montreal, won bronze medal after setting Olympic record of 1:27.185 in quarteer-final heat; Marc Gagnon, Pointe-aux-Trembles, disqualified in quarter-final heat, eliminated.