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Dufour-Lapointe sisters win gold and silver in Sochi
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Dufour-Lapointe sisters win gold and silver in Sochi

Feb. 9, 2014: Canada has reached the podium once again on the first day of competition in Sochi. Justine Dufour-Lapointe becomes Canada’s first gold medallist, while her sister, Chloé Dufour-Lapointe captures silver in the Freestyle Skiing women’s moguls in Sochi. FULL STORY

Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris wins Canada
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Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris wins Canada's first medal

Feb. 6, 2014: Canada has reached the podium on the first day of competition in Sochi. Today, the Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris won Olympic bronze in the Slopestyle competition in Sochi. This is Canada’s first medal of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. FULL STORY

Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris wins Canada
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Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris wins Canada's first medal

Feb. 6, 2014: Canada has reached the podium on the first day of competition in Sochi. Today, the Regina-born snowboarder, Mark McMorris won Olympic bronze in the Slopestyle competition in Sochi. This is Canada’s first medal of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. FULL STORY

Canadian Olympic Committee mourns the death of Olympic champion Barbara Ann Scott
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Canadian Olympic Committee mourns the death of Olympic champion Barbara Ann Scott

Oct. 1, 2012: Today, the Canadian Olympic Committee issued the following statement on the passing of 1948 Olympic Figure Skating champion Barbara Ann Scott. The two-time world champion and Olympic champion passed away at the age of 84 with her husband Tom King by her side. FULL STORY

2012 Olympics - Marcel Aubut has his say on Canada
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2012 Olympics - Marcel Aubut has his say on Canada's performance at London 2012

Aug. 13, 2012: The Canadian Olympic Committee released the following statement regarding the end of the London 2012 Olympic Games with last night’s Closing Ceremony. FULL STORY

2012 Olympics - Sinclair was the only choice to carry the Canadian flag
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2012 Olympics - Sinclair was the only choice to carry the Canadian flag

Aug. 12, 2012: No offence to the rest of the Canadian Olympic team athletes but there was no way the Canadian Olympic Committee could select anyone but Christine Sinclair to carry the Maple Leaf in the closing ceremonies of London 2012. There was no decision to be made. FULL STORY

2012 Olympics - Soccer sweetheart Sinclair to carry flag for Canada
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2012 Olympics - Soccer sweetheart Sinclair to carry flag for Canada

Aug. 12, 2012: As the London 2012 Olympic Games come to a close, soccer star Christine Sinclair has been named Canada’s flag bearer for the Closing Ceremony in London’s Olympic Stadium. This is a huge honour and I wish I could have my teammates right here with me,” said Sinclair. “We want the next generation of young girls to dream of being in the Olympics and getting a medal around their necks. FULL STORY

2012 Olympics: Track - Men
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2012 Olympics: Track - Men's 4x100 Relay lose bronze on a technicality

Aug. 11, 2012: Canada's four man crew of Gavin Smellie, Oluseyi Smith, Justyn Warner and Jared Connaughton, crossed the finish line as the surprise winners of the bronze medal in the 4x100 relay at London 2012. Unfortunately, they were later disqualified on a lane violation committed by Connaughton. FULL STORY

2012 Olympics -  de Jonge earns Canada another bronze in London
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2012 Olympics - de Jonge earns Canada another bronze in London

Aug. 11, 2012: Mark de Jonge added medal number 18 to Canada’s medal count for London 2012, taking bronze in the men’s K1 200m kayak event. Heading into these gamess, Canada were hoping for at least 18 medals and a spot inside the top twelve in the overall standings, which is exactly where they currently sit. FULL STORY

2012 Olympics - Make it 17 for Canada, Weinberger takes  home bronze
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2012 Olympics - Make it 17 for Canada, Weinberger takes home bronze

Aug. 10, 2012: Richard Weinberger put some splash in Canada’s medal count Friday with a bronze medal performance in the men’s 10,000m open water swim. Weinberger finished in 1:50:00.5 seconds in his Olympic debut, boosting Canada to a medal count of seventeen at London 2012 FULL STORY


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