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The Canadian women are winning all the medals at Rio Olympics. On opening day it started with the team of Sandrine Mainville, Chantal Van Landeghem, Taylor Ruck and Penny Oleksak winning bronze in women's 4 x 100m freestyle relay, then day two it was 16 year old Penny Oleksiak grabbing silver in the women's 100-metre butterfly, on day three the Canadian women’s rugby sevens took the bronze medal and then back in the pool it was Kylie Masse winning bronze for the women's 100-meter backstroke.


Team Canada celebrate their bronze medal win over Great Britain in Rugby Sevens. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)


Canadian player Kelly Russell takes down Team Great Britain Katy Maclean during their bronze medal match. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)


Canadian player Jennifer Kish fights for control of the ball with Team Great Britain's Emily Scarratt. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)


Team Canada celebrates their bronze medal win in Rugby Sevens. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)


Canadian women's 4x100-metre freestyle relay team Chantal Van Landeghem, Taylor Ruck, Sandrine Manville and Penny Oleksiak (not shown), celebrate their bronze medal. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press)


Bronze medalist Sandrine Mainville, Chantal Van Landeghem, Taylor Ruck and Penny Oleksiak of Canada pose during the medal ceremony for Final of the Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay. (Clive Rose/Getty Images)


Canadian Penny Oleksiak races to a silver medal in the women's 100m butterfly final. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)


Canadian Penny Oleksiak poses with her silver medal in the women's 100m butterfly. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)


Top of frame is Kylie Masse of Canada in the women's 100m backstroke. (Adam Pretty/Getty Images)


Canada's Kylie Masse poses with her bronze medal on the podium for the women's 100m backstroke. (Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images)

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