As the sun set on the fifth day of action at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, the previous overall medal count leaders kept their spots atop the standings thanks to dominant days of athletic competition. Here’s a look at the rankings, as reflected on the games’ official website following the last event final of July 14.
With 64 total top three placements, Canada continues to lead the overall medal count. Although the Canadian team earned a whopping 23 medals in a wide range of sporting events on day five, second-place Team USA slightly narrowed the gap by posting 24 podium finishes (including an impressive six in gymnastics events) to bring their games total to 60 in all.
Tied for third place with 41 medals overall are Cuba and Brazil, while Mexico is alone in fifth place with 35. Colombia’s 31 total podium placements are good enough for sole possession of sixth place, and Argentina ranks seventh with 24.
Ecuador is eighth with 14 medals, while Chile ranks ninth with eight and Venezuela is 10th with seven. With six medals overall, the Dominican Republic is 11th, and 12th place belongs to Peru, whose athletes have earned five.
The last five nations represented in the 2015 Pan Am Games overall medal count as of day five are tied with one medal apiece. The countries in question include Guatemala, the Bahamas, Bermuda, El Salvador, and Puerto Rico.
Will day six see a leader board shake up? Watch the games as they continue July 15 beginning at 9 AM ET via ESPN livestream to find out.