St-Gelais highlights day 6 on the Canadian trail

Marianne St-Gelais celebrated her 20th birthday by capturing the silver medal in the women’s 500m short track speed skating final.

The Roberval, Que. native gave Canada its sixth Olympic medal of the Vancouver Winter Games, capping off a busy day 6.

A look at how Team Canada fared Wednesday:

Alpine Skiing – ladies’ downhill:

Britt Janyk 6th

Emily Brydon 16th

Shona Rubens 21st

Georgia Simmerling DNS (Did Not Start)

Cross Country Skiing – ladies’ individual sprint classic:

Daria Gaiazova 22nd

Chandra Crawford 26th

Sara Renner 34th

Perianne Jones 41st

Cross Country Skiing – men’s individual sprint classic:

Stefan Kuhn 15th

Devon Kershaw 23rd

Drew Goldsack 40th

Brent McMurtry 41st

Curling – women’s round robin session 2:

Canada defeated Japan 7-6

Ice Hockey – women’s preliminary round:

Canada defeated Sweden 13-1

Luge – doubles’:

Chris Moffat & Mike Moffat (CAN1) 7th

Justin Snith & Tristan Walker (CAN2) 15th

Short Track – ladies’ 500m:

Marianne St-Gelais – SILVER

Jessica Gregg 4th

Kalyna Roberge 6th

Short Track – men’s 1,000m:

Charles Hamelin Qualified

Francois Hamelin Qualified

Short Track – men’s 5,000m relay semifinals:

Qualified for Final A (Guillaume Bastille, Charles Hamelin, Olivier Jean, Francois-Louis Tremblay)

Snowboard – men’s halfpipe final:

Justin Lamoureux 7th

Speed Skating – men’s 1,000m:

Denny Morrison 13th

Jeremy Wotherspoon 14th

Francois-Olivier Roberge 20th

Kyle Parrott 24th

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By: Dan Toman
Posted: Feb 17 2010 10:47 pm
Filed under: Winter Games