Canadian rowers earn bronze and other highlights from Tokyo 2020

Caileigh Filmer of Canada and Hillary Janssens of Canada in action during the women’s pair rowing final match at Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo, Japan on Thursday July 29, 2021.LEAH MILLIS/REUTERS

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Canada’s Caileigh Filmer and Hillary Janssens react after their bronze medal win in the women’s pair rowing final event during the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.NATHAN DENETTE/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Caileigh Filmer and Hillary Janssens of Team Canada show off their bronze medals on Thursday. The duo from British Columbia have brought home Canada’s fifth bronze medal of the Tokyo Games. they finished with a time of 6:52:10, behind the gold medal team from New Zealand and the Russian silver medallists.NATHAN DENETTE/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Canada’s Trevor Jones competes in the men’s single sculls rowing semifinal event on Thursday at the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo. Jones finished sixth and will row in the B final race.NATHAN DENETTE/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Canada’s Penny Oleksiak carries her swim cap and goggles in her teeth after competing in the women’s 100m freestyle semifinal event at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday July 29, 2019. With a time of 52.86, Oleksiak qualified for the women’s 100m freestyle final happening on Friday.FRANK GUNN/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Canada’s Kayla Sanchez, Summer McIntosh (centre) and Rebecca Smith react after Penny Oleksiak anchored the women’s 4 x 200m freestyle relay final on Thursday, July 29, 2021 at the Tokyo Olympics . Despite setting a Canadian record with a time of seven minutes, 43.77 seconds, the foursome finished in fourth place.MELISSA TAIT/THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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Yang Junxuan, Tang Muhan, Zhang Yufei and Li Bingjie of Team China react after winning gold and setting a world record in women’s 4 x 200m freestyle relay on Thursday at the Tokyo Olympics.MARKO DJURICA/REUTERS

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Canada’s Sarah Pavan reacts after winning the beach volleyball match against Switzerland.with partner Melissa Humana-Paredes on Thursday. Pavan and Humana-Paredes remain undefeated at the Tokyo Olympics as they head into the knockout stage.JOHN SIBLEY/REUTERS

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Laeticia Amihere of Canada (L) in action at the rim with Park Ji Su of South Korea during the women’s basketball tournament at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday July 29, 2021.The Canadian team beat South Korea with a final score of 74-53.BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS

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Summer McIntosh of Canada competes in the women’s 800m freestyle heat on Thursday at Tokyo Aquatics Centre.STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

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Shady El Nahas of Canada (L) competes in the men’s under 100kg bronze medal judo match against Jorge Fonseca of Portugal on Thursday. El Nahas, a judoka from Toronto, ends his Olympic competition in fifth place.ANNEGRET HILSE/REUTERS

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Canada’s Charity Williams (R) wrestles with Fiji’s Alowesi Nakoci in their women’s rugby sevens match at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday. Fiji was dominate against the Canadian squad. The Canadians wrap up their group play schedule against France on Friday morning.SHUJI KAJIYAMA/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Eleanor Harvey of Canada Foil team competes in women’s fencing against Yuka Ueno of Japan on Thursday July 29, 2021.MAXIM SHEMETOV/REUTERS

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Brooklyn Moors of Canada on the vault during the artistic gymnastics women’s all-around final on Thursday July 29, 2021 at the Tokyo Olympic Games.ATHIT PERAWONGMETHA/REUTERS

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Simone Biles of the United States watches the artistic gymnastics women’s all-around finals from the stands.MIKE BLAKE/REUTERS

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Sunisa Lee, of the United States, performs on the balance beam during the artistic gymnastics women’s all-around final on Thursday. Lee won the gold medal while Brazil’s Rebeca Andrade took silver and Angelina Melnikova, a veteran of the team from Russia, took bronze.NATACHA PISARENKO/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Sunisa Lee of the United States reacts after winning gold in the artistic gymnastics women’s all-around final at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday July 29, 2021.PAWEL KOPCZYNSKI/REUTERS

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From left, United States’ gymnasts Grace McCallum, Jordan Chiles, Simone Biles and MyKayla Skinner applaud after teammate Sunisa Lee won the gold medal for the artistic gymnastics women’s all-around final at the Tokyo Olympics.ASHLEY LANDIS/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Bronze medalist Alessandra Perilli, of San Marino, wipes her eyes after winning the bronze medal in women’s trap shooting on Thursday. Perilli hit 29 of 40 targets to finish third in the six-woman final. This is the first ever Olympic medal for San Marino, which has competed in 24 Olympic games.ALEX BRANDON/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Tom Ramshaw of Canada reacts after competing in the Finn men race at the Enoshima harbour during the Tokyo Olympics.CARLOS BARRIA/REUTERS

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Canadian golfer Mackenzie Hughes, from Dundas, Ont. attempts a putt on the 11th hole during the first day of competition on Thursday at the Tokyo Olympics.ADRIAN WYLD/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Brandie Wilkerson defends a hit from Brazil in beach volleyball her partner Heather Bansley looks on at Shiokaze Park on Thursday night at the Tokyo Olympics. Canada lost 2-0.MELISSA TAIT/THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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Heather Bansley, of Canada, dives for the ball during a women’s beach volleyball match against Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday, July 29, 2021.FELIPE DANA/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Jessica Fox of Australia competes in the women’s C1 of the canoe slalom at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday, July 29, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan.KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Australia’s Jessica Fox reacts after wining the first Olympics women’s canoe slalom gold on Thursday. The women’s canoe slalom is one of 18 new events introduced at the Tokyo Olympics this year in a push for gender equity.YARA NARDI/REUTERS

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From left, Exequiel Torres of Argentina, James Palmer of Canada, Renato Rezende of Brazil, Twan van Gendt of the Netherlands and Niek Kimmann of the Netherlands in action during the men’s individual BMX racing quarterfinal at Ariake Urban Sports Park in Tokyo, Japan.MATTHEW CHILDS/REUTERS

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