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Penny Oleksiak now Canada’s most decorated Olympian after women’s medley bronze win

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Penny Oleksiak now Canada’s most decorated Olympian after women’s medley bronze win


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Canada has captured its 13th medal on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after winning bronze on the women’s 4×100-metre medley relay finals.

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The US nabbed silver while Australia done first with a recent Olympic file of three: 51.60.


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Penny Oleksiak, who swam anchor within the relay, obtained the seventh Olympic medal of her career — marking the 21-three hundred and sixty five days-passe as Canada’s most decorated Olympian.

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Sydney Pickrem also picked up her first medal while Maggie Mac Neil and Kylie Masse obtained their third. The four done with a time of three: 52.60, breaking their old nationwide file divulge after winning bronze on the 2019 FINA World Championships.

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— With files from the Canadian Press

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Penny Oleksiak now Canada’s most decorated Olympian after women’s medley bronze win