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Canada National Thread | Road to Tokyo 2020

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7 minutes ago, intoronto said:

Oleksiak would have won silver and Thomas Bronze with those times at the worlds last year! And Oleksiak is only 15! unreal. 

Ya, it's pretty impressive. They both have a very good shot at making the finals in Rio (and maybe contend for a medal) with that kind of time.


Edit: Nobody qualified in the men's 200m free. Bleh.

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5 hours ago, intoronto said:

Big weekend for Canadian summer sport so far.


3 gold medals at the Diving grand prix

Tory Nyhaug won gold in the men;s time trial bmx world cup event 


looks like that gold medal jinx looks over

strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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Aaron Brown with a 20.00 in the men's 200.

Brandon McBride with a 1:44.63 in the men's 800 (world leading time).
Damien Warner hit 8.04 in the long jump


Athletics Canada ‏@AthleticsCanada  8h8 hours ago
Athletics Canada Retweeted Gar Leyshon
RT @Statman_Jon: So far in 2016, @DamianWarner has set PBs of:

46.64; 400m
50.25m in the discus
8.04m in the LJ


if he hits all his personal bests in Rio he will get 9101 points!


World Champs Barber and Drouin won at the Drake relays (though at heights less than what they are used too)

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