Rio 2016 Day 4: Results and fan reactions
Day 4 of the Rio2016 Olympic Games consists of a legendary soccer game and a ton of swimming. Fans and athletes have taken to social media to support #TeamCanada
Diving – 10m platform synchro BRONZE
Volleyball – CAN vs Brazil
Canada fell to the number one ranked indoor volleyball team, Brazil 3-1.
Beach volleyball – CAN vs Switzerland
Swimming – semifinals and heats
Sydney Pickrem competed in the 200m IM final and placed 6th overall.
Audrey Lacroix swam in the 200m butterfly semis but did not advance.
Santo Condorelli and Yuri Kisil competed in the 100m freestyle finals. Condorelli made the final placing second in his heat and qualifying third overall however Kisil just missed qualifying by .05 of a second.
Tennis – Doubles CAN vs Italy
Nestor/Pospisil has made it through to the semi finals.
Beach volleyball – CAN vs Germany
Soccer – CAN vs Germany, pool round
An early penalty kick for Germany had Canada behind until Tancredi evened out the score making it 1-1. Tancredi fired back once again in the second with another goal making the score 2-0 and ultimately beating the Germans. The team finishes first in the pool, advancing to the quarter finals.
Antoine Valois-Fortier has been eliminated.
Ashton Baumann has not qualified in the 200m breaststroke.
Audrey Lacroix finished 6th in her heat of 200m butterfly. She has qualified 16th and will be moving on to the semifinals.
Santo Condorelli and Yuri Kisil competed in the men’s 100m freestyle heats. They both qualified for the semi finals, Condorelli in fifth and Kisil in eleventh. They will be swimming tonight in the semifinals.
Field hockey – CAN vs Netherlands
Canada’s field hockey team has lost 7-0 to the Netherlands.
Tom Ramshaw in Men’s Finn.
Antoine Valois-Fortier was defeated by Russia in the quarter final and will move to the repechage.
Maxim Brinck-Croteau has been knocked out in the round of 32.
Carling Zeeman has qualified for the semi finals in women’s single sculls.
Ryan Cochrane has shown everyone he is more than just (swimming) Captain Canada. With constant posts praising his fellow Team Canada athletes, Cochrane has been a fantastic support system for this entire team.