What Canada Did
(CP) -- Check back daily to review Canada's progress throughout the 2002 Winter Olympics:
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2002
: Emily Brydon, Fernie, B.C., finished 27th in two-run final; Allison Forsyth, Nanaimo, B.C., did not finish in a field of 70.
: Skip Kelley Law and her Richmond, B.C. team lost 6-5 in semifinal against Britain, putting Canadians in bronze-medal game against the U.S.
: Kevin Martin skipped his Edmonton rink to a 6-4 semifinal win over Sweden, advancing to gold-medal final against Norway.
: Canada def. Finland 2-1 in quarter-final game to advance to semifinal against Belarus.
: Jeff Pain, Calgary, finished sixth in a final field of 26; Duff Gibson, Calgary, placed 10th; Pascal Richard, Hanna, Alta., was 15th.
: Lindsay Alcock, Calgary, finished sixth in a final field of 13; Michelle Kelly, Fort St. John, B.C., was 10th.
: Cindy Klassen, Winnipeg, finished fourth in a final field of 39; Kristen Groves, Ottawa, was 20th; Cindy Overland, Toronto, was 25th.
: Marc Gagnon, Pointe-aux-Trembles, won bronze medal in final by disqualification after placing second in semifinal heat and winning first-round heat; Jonathan Guilmette, Montreal, disqualified in first-round heat, eliminated.
: Alanna Kraus, Abbotsford, won heat, advanced to final; Marie-Eve Drolet, Laterriere, finished second in heat, advanced to final.
Women's 3,000 relay
: Isabelle Charest, Montreal; Marie-Eve Drolet, Laterriere, Amelie Goulet-Nadon, Lasalle, Que., and Alanna Kraus, Abbotsford, won bronze medal.