Shawn Barber after winning pole vault gold at IAAF world championships in Beijing on August 24, 2015. 

Canadians racked up seven medals at World Cup events while Shawn Barber set a new pole vault national record over the weekend.

That’s three gold, three silvers and a bronze added to Canada’s World Cup medal haul, here’s the breakdown:

Track Cycling

Read: Canada wins team pursuit gold and overall World Cup title in Hong Kong

Team Canada celebrates winning women's team pursuit at UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Hong Kong on Jan. 16, 2016. (Photo: Cycling Canada)

Team Canada celebrates winning women’s team pursuit at UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Hong Kong on Jan. 16, 2016. (Photo: Cycling Canada)

Canada won three medals this weekend in the final UCI Track Cycling World Cup event. Jasmin GlaesserLaura BrownStephanie Roorda and Georgia Simmerling raced in the final, beating Great Britain for gold to take the World Cup overall title. Individually, Hugo Barrette brought home silver medal men’s keirin, as did Glaesser in a women’s points race.

Bobsleigh

Read: Humphries and Lotholz race to the top in Park City

Kaillie Humphries, right, and Melissa Lotholz pose with their flowers during a ceremony after winning the women's bobsled World Cup race Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, in Park City, Utah. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Kaillie Humphries, right, and Melissa Lotholz pose with their flowers during a ceremony after winning the women’s bobsled World Cup race Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, in Park City, Utah.

Kaillie Humphries and Melissa Lotholz won their third World Cup gold medal this weekend in Park City, Utah. The duo has medalled in all five World Cup stops this season including gold in Altenberg and Konigssee

Skeleton

Read: Channell claims World Cup skeleton silver in Park City

Jane Channell (left) celebrates her second place World Cup finish in women's skeleton during the flower ceremony at Park City, Utah on January 16, 2016.

Jane Channell (left) celebrates her second place World Cup finish in women’s skeleton during the flower ceremony at Park City, Utah on January 16, 2016.

Jane Channell also slid onto the podium in Park City capturing silver in women’s skeleton. This was the Canadian’s best World Cup finish, Channell is now ranked third in the overall women’s skeleton standings this season.

Ski Cross

Read: Thompson takes World Cup gold, Leman lands bronze in Italy

Marielle Thompson and Brady Leman battled challenging weather conditions on Sunday, as they brought home medals in ski cross. Olympic champion Thompson won her second World Cup title, while Leman skied to a bronze.

Athletics

Shawn Barber joined the six-metre club after breaking his own Canadian pole vault record in Reno. Next week the Canadian will go up against the world record holder Renaud Lavillenie in Rouen, France on January 23.

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