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Latest #OlympicNine: images from Canadian athletes on Instagram

Latest #OlympicNine: images from Canadian athletes on Instagram

By Asif Hossain

#OlympicNine is a weekly look at some of our favourite images from Canadian Olympians and Olympic hopefuls on Instagram.

Latest images feature nine great shots including Mark McMorris doing what he does best – defying gravity, Victoria Moors showing off her Olympic rings and Tory Nyhaug catching a breather on what he called #mapleleafmonday. Scroll down to see the week’s images in full.

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October 14 to 20 

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Following @travelindan around is just a TREAT! Never mind my lame Indy, this photo is sick! Shot by @deanblottogray

A photo posted by Mark McMorris (@markmcmorris) on

Early morning march to the Halfpipe photo: @funmegan. #nofilter @spyderantidote @c9attarget

A photo posted by Roz G (@rozgroenewoud) on

Foggy fall morning on campus #UBC

A photo posted by Tera Van Beilen (@teravb) on

Looks sharp

A photo posted by The Official Victoria Moors (@victoriamoors_) on

#mapleleafmonday Post race: I think I was tired

A photo posted by Tory Nyhaug (@tnyhaug49) on

October 7 to 13

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Photos from (L-R)
Top: Tracy Little, Martin Reader, Nicole Garrido
Middle: Mercedes Nicoll, Tera Van Beilen, Helen Upperton
Bottom: Justyn Warner, Alex Ianculescu, Karina LeBlanc

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September 30 to October 6

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Photos from (L-R)
Top: Travis Gerrits, Victoria Moors, Jesse Lumsden
Middle: Joannie Rochette, Kaillie Humphries, Kaylyn Kyle
Bottom: Clara Hughes, Dominique Maltais, Mark McMorris

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