Women’s 4x100m freestyle relay

RELATED: Women’s 4x100m free wins Canada’s first Rio 2016 medal

Women's 4X100m Freestyle Relay Team, Rio 2016, August 6, 2016. COC Photo/Mark Blinch

Women’s 4X100m Freestyle Relay Team, Rio 2016, August 6, 2016. COC Photo/Mark Blinch

Canada wasted little time in winning its first medal of the Games, taking bronze in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay on the first full day of competition. First-time Olympians Sandrine Mainville, Chantal Van Landeghem, Taylor Ruck and Penny Oleksiak finished third with a time of 3:32.89. Michelle Williams swam in the heats for Canada.

Penny Oleksiak

RELATED: Oleksiak wins second medal at Rio 2016

Penny Oleksiak reacts after seeing she won silver in 100m butterfly at Rio 2016 on August 7, 2016.

Penny Oleksiak reacts after seeing she won silver in 100m butterfly at Rio 2016 on August 7, 2016.

On the second day of swimming, Penny Oleksiak won her second medal by winning silver in the 100m butterfly. The 16-year-old had already broken her own world junior record in the heats, a feat she repeated in 56.46 seconds to make the podium in the 100m fly.

Women’s rugby

RELATED: Canada wins rugby bronze at inaugural event

Canada's players celebrates after winning the women's rugby sevens bronze medal match against Great Britain at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016. (Photo/Stephen Hosier)Canada's players celebrates after winning the women's rugby sevens bronze medal match against Great Britain at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016. (Photo/Mark Blinch)

Canada’s players celebrates after winning the women’s rugby sevens bronze medal match against Great Britain at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016. (Photo/Stephen Hosier)

The women’s rugby sevens squad won Canada’s first team medal of the Games, defeating Great Britain 33-10 in the bronze medal game. The victory, which featured tries from four different players, came after the team lost 22-0 to Team GB earlier in group play.

Kylie Masse

RELATED: Masse win backstroke bronze in Rio

Canada's Kylie Masse competes in the during women's 100 backstroke semifinal swimming at the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday August 8, 2016. COC Photo/Mark Blinch

Canada’s Kylie Masse competes in the during women’s 100 backstroke semifinal swimming at the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday August 8, 2016. COC Photo/Mark Blinch

Swimming in lane two, Kylie Masse won bronze in the 100m backstroke, tying with Yuanhui Fu of China in 58.76 seconds. The Canadian came into the race with the fifth fastest qualifying time from the semifinals.

Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion

RELATED: Benfeito and Filion win diving bronze

Canada's Meaghan Benfeito (left) and Roseline Filion perform in the women's synchronized 10-meter platform diving final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016 (photo/ Jason Ransom)

Canada’s Meaghan Benfeito (left) and Roseline Filion perform in the women’s synchronized 10-meter platform diving final at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016 (photo/ Jason Ransom)

The team of Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion won a diving bronze in the 10-metre synchro, dramatically coming back from fifth place on the final dive to beat North Korea and Great Britain. Benfeito and Filion scored 336.18 through the five rounds

Women’s 4x200m freestyle relay

RELATED: Canada wins another relay medal in the pool

The Rio 2016 4x200m freestyle team wins bronze with Taylor Ruck, Penny Oleksiak, Brittany Maclean and Katerine Savard on August 10 2016. (Jason Ransom/COC)

The Rio 2016 4x200m freestyle team wins bronze with Taylor Ruck, Penny Oleksiak, Brittany Maclean and Katerine Savard on August 10 2016. (Jason Ransom/COC)

Anchored by Penny Oleksiakthe women’s 4×200 metre freestyle relay team won bronze with a time of 7:45.39 – a new national record. Along with Oleksiak, the team consisted of Katerine SavardTaylor Ruck and Brittany MacLeanEmily Overholt and Kennedy Goss swam with the team in qualifying.

Penny Oleksiak

RELATED: Oleksiak makes history with 100m free gold

Penny Oleksiak (right) and Simone Manuel (left) touch the wall simultaneously in the 100m freestyle at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on August 11, 2016.

Penny Oleksiak (right) and Simone Manuel (left) touch the wall simultaneously in the 100m freestyle at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on August 11, 2016.

Penny Oleksiak became the first Canadian to win four medals at a single summer Olympic Games with a 100m freestyle gold. In a time of 52.70 seconds, Oleksiak tied Simone Manuel of the United States at the wall for an Olympic record and Canada’s first ever women’s medal in the 100m free.

Lindsay Jennerich and Patricia Obee

RELATED: Canada wins first rowing medal at Rio 2016

Team Canada's Patricia Obee and Lindsay Jennerich win silver during the women's double sculls final at Lagoa Rowing Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday August 12, 2016. COC Photo/David Jackson

Team Canada’s Patricia Obee and Lindsay Jennerich win silver during the women’s double sculls final at Lagoa Rowing Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday August 12, 2016. COC Photo/David Jackson

After not even advancing to the A final at London 2012, Lindsay Jennerich and Patricia Obee found their Olympic redemption by winning silver in the lightweight women’s double sculls in Rio. The duo finished second with a time of seven minutes and 05.88 seconds.

Rosie MacLennan

RELATED: MacLennan defends Olympic trampoline gold

Rio 2016: MacLennan wins trampoline gold

Rosie MacLennan after her final routine during the trampoline finals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (COC photo/Jason Ransom)

Rosie MacLennan became the first Canadian summer athlete to successfully defend an individual Olympic gold medal with her victory in the women’s trampoline. The nation’s Opening Ceremony flag bearer, MacLennan also became the first female Canadian athlete to win two gold medals in an individual event at the summer Games.

Hilary Caldwell

RELATED: Caldwell wins backstroke bronze

Canada's Hilary Caldwell celebrates winning a semifinal of the women's 200-meter backstroke during the swimming competitions at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

Canada’s Hilary Caldwell celebrates winning a semifinal of the women’s 200-meter backstroke during the swimming competitions at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

In a race that included three-time Rio 2016 Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu of Hungary, Hilary Caldwell became the sixth Canadian to reach the podium in the pool by winning bronze in the 200m backstroke.

Women’s team pursuit

RELATED: Canada rides to bronze in women’s team pursuit

Canada's women's team pursuit team Allison Beveridge, Jasmin Glaesser, Kirsti Lay, and Georgia Simmerling race after winning the bronze medal at the velodrome at the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday August 13, 2016. (photo/ Mark Blinch)

Canada’s women’s team pursuit team Allison Beveridge, Jasmin Glaesser, Kirsti Lay, and Georgia Simmerling race after winning the bronze medal at the velodrome at the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday August 13, 2016. (photo/ Mark Blinch)

Allison Beveridge, Jasmin Glaesser, Kirsti Lay and Georgia Simmerling won their showdown with New Zealand at the Rio Olympic Velodrome, taking bronze in women’s team pursuit for the second straight Olympic Games. Laura Brown raced with the team earlier in the day.

Brianne Theisen-Eaton

RELATED: Theisen-Eaton makes history with heptathlon bronze

Canada's Brianne Theisen-Eaton, centre, celebrates a successful high jump event during the women's heptathlon at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2016. She won Olympic bronze the next night.

Canada’s Brianne Theisen-Eaton, centre, celebrates a successful high jump event during the women’s heptathlon at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2016. She won Olympic bronze the next night.

After a difficult first day of competition, Brianne Theisen-Eaton reeled in three competitors to win a bronze medal in the heptathlon with 6653 points. It marked the first combined events women’s medal in Canadian Olympic history and first overall since Dave Steen won decathlon bronze at Seoul 1988.

Andree De Grasse

RELATED: De Grasse grabs bronze in 100m

Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates as he crosses the line to win gold in the men's 100-meter final with Canada's Andre de Grasse during the athletics competitions of the 2016 Summer Olympics at the Olympic stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt celebrates as he crosses the line to win gold in the men’s 100-meter final with Canada’s Andre de Grasse during the athletics competitions of the 2016 Summer Olympics at the Olympic stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Finishing third to triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica and American Justin Gatlin in second, 21-year-old De Grasse clocked a time of 9.91 seconds to win bronze in the men’s 100m. It was Canada’s first Olympic 100m medal since Donovan Bailey won gold in world record fashion in Atlanta 1996.

Derek Drouin

RELATED: World champion Drouin delivers in Rio

Rio 2016: Derek Drouin celebrates a clearance before winning high jump gold at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on August 16, 2016.

Rio 2016: Derek Drouin celebrates a clearance before winning high jump gold at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on August 16, 2016.

After winning high jump bronze at London 2012, Derek Drouin improved on that accomplishment by winning gold in Rio. Carrying a perfect card through 2.36 metres, Drouin was one of three high jumpers left at the 2.38 mark. The Canadian made it while Mutaz Barshim of Qatar and Ukraine’s Bohdan Bondarenko missed.

Meaghan Benfeito

RELATED: Benfeito wins bronze in 10m platform diving

Meaghan Benfeito dives during the women's 10-metre platform diving final at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Meaghan Benfeito dives during the women’s 10-metre platform diving final at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Meaghan Benfeito won her second medal of the Games and Canada’s third ever medal in the individual 10m platform event, taking bronze. Competing in her third Olympic Games, Benfeito attempted an inward 3 1/2 somersaults in tuck position for her final dive. The judges gave her 7.5s and 8s, for an overall total score of 389.20.

Erica Wiebe

RELATED: Wiebe wrestles to gold in Rio

Canada's Erica Elizabeth Wiebe after defeating Belarus' Vasilisa Marzaliuk, during the women's 75-kg freestyle wrestling competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Photo/Jason Ransom)

Canada’s Erica Elizabeth Wiebe after defeating Belarus’ Vasilisa Marzaliuk, during the women’s 75-kg freestyle wrestling competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Photo/Jason Ransom)

Erica Wiebe became the third Canadian female wrestler to ever win an Olympic medal, capturing gold in the 75kg category. Taking part in her first Olympic Games, Wiebe defeated Kazakhstan’s Guzel Manyurova – a two-time Olympic medallist – 6-0 in the gold medal match.

Damian Warner

RELATED: Warner wins Olympic decathlon bronze

Damian Warner tosses the javelin during Olympic decathlon on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Damian Warner tosses the javelin during Olympic decathlon on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Damian Warner delivered Canada its second combined events medal of Rio 2016, earning a bronze in the decathlon for his first Olympic medal. Accumulating 8666 points through 10 events, Warner delivered a clutch third and final throw in the javelin competition (63.19 metres) and then ran a season’s best 4:24.90 in the 1500m.

Andre De Grasse

RELATED: De Grasse wins second medal at Rio 2016

Canada's Andre De Grasse celebrates with his nation's flag after earning a silver medal in the men's 200m final in Rio on August 18, 2016. (photo/ Stephen Hosier)

Canada’s Andre De Grasse celebrates with his nation’s flag after earning a silver medal in the men’s 200m final in Rio on August 18, 2016. (photo/ Stephen Hosier)

With a time of 20.02 seconds, Andre De Grasse added a 200m silver medal to his 100m bronze. Running out of lane four, De Grasse was in a pack of runners behind Usain Bolt before breaking away with about 70 metres to finish. The 21-year-old became the first Canadian male to win medals in the 100m and 200m at the same Olympics since Percy Williams did it at Amsterdam 1928.

Women’s soccer

RELATED: Canada wins second straight soccer bronze

Canada players celebrates after Christine Sinclair scoring their side's second goal during the bronze medal match of the women's Olympic football tournament between Brazil and Canada at the Arena Corinthians stadium in Sao Paulo, Friday Aug. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)

Canada players celebrates after Christine Sinclair scoring their side’s second goal during the bronze medal match of the women’s Olympic football tournament between Brazil and Canada at the Arena Corinthians stadium in Sao Paulo, Friday Aug. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)

Canada won its second straight Olympic soccer medal in Rio, defeating host Brazil 2-1 in the bronze match. The victory marked just the second time Canada won back-to-back medals in a team summer sport, following lacrosse at St. Louis 1904 and London 1908.

Eric Lamaze

RELATED: Lamaze wins third Olympic medal

Eric Lamaze in the jump-off resulting in a bronze medal during Rio 2016. (COC/ Mark Blinch)

Eric Lamaze in the jump-off resulting in a bronze medal during Rio 2016. (COC/ Mark Blinch)

Equestrian Eric Lamaze won his second individual and third career Olympic medal when he won bronze in the individual jumping event. Lamaze and his horse, Fine Lady 5, were involved in a six-way jump-off for the podium after six horse-rider combinations all posted clean runs through the two final rounds.

Men’s 4x100m relay

RELATED: Canada wins bronze in 4x100m relay

Canada's men's 4x100m relay team consisting of Andre De Grasse, Aaron Brown, Akeem Haynes and Brendon Rodney after winning bronze in the 4x100 relay at the Rio Olympic Games on August 19, 2016. (photo/ Stephen Hosier)

Canada’s men’s 4x100m relay team consisting of Andre De Grasse, Aaron Brown, Akeem Haynes and Brendon Rodney after winning bronze in the 4×100 relay at the Rio Olympic Games on August 19, 2016. (photo/ Stephen Hosier)

The team of Akeem Haynes, Aaron Brown, Brendon Rodney and Andre De Grasse returned Canada to the men’s 4x100m relay podium in Rio, winning bronze in a national record time of 37.64 secondsBolade Ajomale ran in the semifinals. It was Canada’s first podium finish in the event since Atlanta 1996.

Catharine Pendrel

RELATED: Pendrel rides to mountain bike bronze

Canada's Catharine Pendrel competes during the women's mountain bike final at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Canada’s Catharine Pendrel competes during the women’s mountain bike final at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

After finishing a disappointing ninth at London 2012Catharine Pendrel rode to bronze in women’s cross-country mountain bike in Rio. Pendrel was in eighth at the halfway point of the approximately 30km race but steadily moved up to medal position. She finished just ahead of teammate Emily Batty.