Top-15 Photos: Parapan American Games Day Seven

By U.S. Paralympics | Aug. 15, 2015, 10:28 a.m. (ET)

Team sports highlighted day seven in Toronto. Women’s wheelchair basketball earned an 80-72 gold-medal victory over Canada, while women’s sitting volleyball defeated Brazil in three sets to win gold. Men’s goalball and sitting volleyball dropped close finals against Brazil, while wheelchair rugby took silver behind Canada. Ray Martin, Steven Toyoji and Isaiah Rigo impressed on the track with  a men’s 1500m T52 podium sweep, while swimmers won three bronzes on their final day of racing. Kaitlyn Verfuerth and David Rydberg earned silvers in wheelchair tennis singles, while Emmy Kaiser added a bronze. U.S. judokas won three medals, led by Myles Porter’s silver in the men’s -100kg class.

Women's wheelchair basketball takes down Canada to win gold

Darlene Hunter (left) and Rose Hollermann (center) chase down Canada's Tracey Ferguson in an 80-72 win over the Canadians on Saturday.

The U.S. Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team celebrates after defeating Canada to win gold at the 2015 Parapan American Games.

Team USA went undefeated in women's wheelchair basketball at the Parapan Ams, fighting to a close 80-72 victory over Canada on Saturday.

Women's sitting volleyball is golden, defeating Brazil in three sets 

Kaleo Kanahele (#14) sets the ball during Saturday's gold-medal match against Brazil.

Alexis Shifflett (#3) and the U.S. women defeated Brazil in three sets to take home gold at the Parapan American Games.

The U.S. Women's Sitting Volleyball Team is all smiles after receiving their gold medals.

Another podium sweep for Team USA on the track

Ray Martin pumps his first after winning the men's 1500m T52 and leading a Team USA podium sweep in the event.

From left: Steven Toyoji (silver), Ray Martin (gold) and Isaiah Rigo (bronze) celebrate a Team USA podium sweep in the men's 1500m T52.

Men's wheelchair rugby earns silver behind Canada

Josh Wheeler (left) fights to hold onto the ball against Canadian opponents Mike Whitehead (center) and Zak Madell (right).

Chuck Aoki scores a try during the USA vs. Canada wheelchair rugby gold-medal game Saturday night.

Two silvers and a bronze in wheelchair tennis singles

Kaitlyn Verfuerth earned silver Saturday in women's wheelchair tennis singles in a close final match against Brazil's Natalia Mayara.

U.S. judokas win three medals, highlighted by a Myles Porter silver

Myles Porter (left) competes in the men's up to 100kg gold-medal match against Cuba's Yordani Fernandez.

Porter (in blue) highlighted a three-medal day for the U.S. judokas, earning a silver medal. 

Team USA's Christella Garcia (left) competes against Lenia Ruvalcaba of Mexico.

Women's goalball takes silver in hard-fought final against Brazil

The U.S. Women's Goalball Team waves to the crowd after earning Parapan Am silver.