Top-15 Photos: Parapan American Games Day Three

By U.S. Paralympics | Aug. 11, 2015, 11:40 a.m. (ET)
Team USA hauled in 30 medals on Monday in Toronto, moving from fifth to third in the overall medal count. U.S. archers earned eight of those, including golds from Andre Shelby and Natalie Wells, while qualifying four Paralympic Games quota spots. Cyclist Joe Berenyi earned a second straight gold medal today in the velodrome following his win earlier this week in the road race, while table tennis athletes came away with five medals. Track and field competition also got underway, with U.S. athletes reaching the podium ten times. Meanwhile, wheelchair rugby, women’s sitting volleyball and men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball remain undefeated.

Track & field competition gets underway

Daniel Romanchuk wins Team USA's first gold medal on the track in the men's T54 5000-meter.

Mikey Brannigan sprints to the finish to win gold in the thrilling men's T20 1500m race.

Regas Woods leaps to a gold medal in the men's long jump T42-44. 

Roderick Townsend (third from left) competes in the men's T47 100m semifinals.

U.S. archers collect eight medals, including two golds

Martha Chavez wins bronze in the women's compound, on a day when U.S. archers won a total of eight medals.

Squad goals: Matt Stutzman (left), Andre Shelby (center) and Ben Thompson (right) sweep the podium in the men's compound.

Kinga Kiss-Johnson enjoys her podium moment after winning bronze in the women's recurve.

Ben Thompson takes aim en route to a bronze medal in men's compound.

Herzog, Cichocki and Beranbaum medal in the pool

Sophia Herzog is all smiles after winning a bronze in the women's S6 50-meter freestyle.

Berenyi wins gold again at the velodrome

Joe Berenyi (right) and Justin Widhalm (left) win gold and bronze respectively in the men's C1-5 track cycling time trial.

Joe Berenyi has his eye on the prize — a second straight cycling gold.

Jennifer Schuble (left) and Allison Jones (right) celebrate on the podium after winning silver and bronze in the women's C1-5 time trial. 

U.S. Wheelchair Rugby Team remains undefeated

Josh Wheeler helps the U.S. Men's Wheelchair Rugby Team to a decisive 54-11 win over Chile Monday night.

Rob Deller (far left) and Chad Kohn (far right) execute a strong defense against a Chilean opponent.

An emcee at the Mississauga Sports Center vamps with Team USA's Clayton Brackett during the US. vs. Chile game Monday night.