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Rio 2016

What you missed on day two of the Rio Olympics

Canadian Penny Oleksiak reacts to winning silver after competing in the women's 100m butterfly final at Olympic Aquatics Stadium during the Rio Olympics August 7, 2016. At 16-year-olds Canadian Penny Oleksiak wins silver in the Women's 100m butterfly. Canada now up to two medals at the Olympic games.

Canadian Penny Oleksiak reacts to winning silver after competing in the women's 100m butterfly final at Olympic Aquatics Stadium during the Rio Olympics August 7, 2016. At 16-year-olds Canadian Penny Oleksiak wins silver in the Women's 100m butterfly. Canada now up to two medals at the Olympic games.

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Swimming

Canada's Penny Oleksiak won her second medal of the Rio Olympics: a silver medal in the women's 100-metre butterfly. Her teammate Brittany MacLean, meanwhile, came in fifth in the 400-metre freestyle.

Canada's men's 4x100 freestyle relay team placed seventh in the rankings after completing in 3:14.35. The race also featured the comeback of legendary U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps. With the help of Phelps, the American team took gold, with the French and Australians claiming silver and bronze.

USA's Michael Phelps (L) and USA's Caeleb Dressel react after team USA won the Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final during the swimming event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

USA's Michael Phelps (L) and USA's Caeleb Dressel react after team USA won the Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final during the swimming event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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Diving

Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware, the duo who are two of Canada's so-called "Fab Four," were projected to earn silver in the women's 3-meter synchro diving, but finished just shy of the podium in fourth place.

Rugby

Canada's Bianca Farella runs with the ball as Japan's Ano Kuwai atempts to takle during women's sevens rugby action at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Aug. 6, 2016.

Canada’s Bianca Farella runs with the ball as Japan’s Ano Kuwai atempts to takle during women’s sevens rugby action at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Aug. 6, 2016.

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The women sevens squad, which was unstoppable in their opening matches, downing Japan 45-0 before taking out Brazil 38-0, fell 22-0 to take their first loss in a match against Great Britain. They later beat France 15-5 in the quarterfinal to advance to Monday's semis against Australia.

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Judo

Canada's Antoine Bouchard lost in the bronze medal match of the men's 66 kg judo competition. He was defeated by Japan's Masashi Ebinuma.

Volleyball

The men's volleyball team, making its first Olympics appearance in 24 years, downed the United States in its first match.


WHAT’S HAPPENING MONDAY?

  • Men’s beach volleyball vs. Italy (8 p.m.)
  • Men’s field hockey vs. Argentina (10:30 a.m.)
  • Gymnastics, men’s team artistic finals (3 p.m.)
  • Swimming: Women’s 200-metre freestyle semi-finals, men’s 200-metre freestyle final, men’s and women’s 100-metre backstroke final, women’s 100-metre breast stroke final, men’s 200m butterfly semi-finals, women’s 200-metre IM semi-finals (9 p.m.)
  • Women’s rugby semifinal, Canada vs. Australia (1:30 p.m.)
  • Women’s basketball vs. Serbia (1:15 p.m.)

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