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Women Have Literally Won ALL Of Team Canada's Medals At The Tokyo 2020 Olympics So Far

A bunch are from Quebec & we couldn't be prouder!

Tokyo 2020: Women Won All Team Canada's Olympic Medals So Far

Female athletes are dominating Team Canada's medal count at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, five days after kicking off on July 23.

In total, Canada has won nine Olympic medals — all by women so far. Here's a breakdown of the wins.

Gold: Two total

Margaret Mac Neil (July 26): Ontario's Margaret Mac Neil won gold in the women's 100-metre butterfly.

Maude Charron (July 27): Rimouski's very own Maude Charron struck gold in women's 64-kilogram weightlifting.

Silver: Three total

Jennifer Abel and Melissa Citrini Beaulieu (July 25): This pair of Quebec divers — Abel hails from Montreal — won silver in the women's synchronized 3-metre springboard.

Margaret Mac Neil, Penny Oleksiak, Taylor Ruck, Kayla Sanchez and Rebecca Smith (July 25): These spectacular swimmers snagged a silver medal for Team Canada's participation in the 4x100-metre freestyle relay.

Kylie Masse (July 27): Ontario's Masse won silver in the women's 100-metre backstroke.

Bronze: Four total

Jessica Klimkait (July 26): Klimkait won a bronze for Team Canada in women's judo under 57-kilograms, becoming the first Canadian woman to ever win a medal for judo.

Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard (July 27): Montreal's very own Beauchemin-Pinard won bronze in the women's judo under 63-kg elimination round.

Penny Oleksiak (July 28): Oleksiak got her second medal of the Tokyo Olympics in the women's 200-metre freestyle.

Team Canada also snatched a 3-2 bronze win over Mexico during a July 27 softball game, with Danielle Lawrie named the winning pitcher.

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