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CSI Pacific Affiliated Athletes


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Silver 0 2
Bronze 0 0


Check the list of Canada’s medallists at the Tokyo Olympics below. If they are affiliated with CSI Pacific, they will be highlighted in red. If they are from BC but not affiliated with CSI Pacific, they will be highlighted in blue

  • Day 3
    Swimming: 100m Butterfly

    Maggie Mac Neil
  • Day 2
    Swimming: 4×100 Freestyle Relay

    Kayla Sanchez, Margaret Mac Neil, Rebecca Smith, Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck
  • Day 2
    Diving: Women’s Synchronized 3m Springboard

    Jennifer Abel and Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu

Upcoming Events/Daily Results

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Important Note: All times listed are PST, so may appear as the day before they are listed in the Tokyo schedule. E.g. Monday 3pm in Tokyo will be listed as Sunday 11pm here

Upcoming: Day 3

July 25

July 26

Results: Day 2

July 24

  • NOTE: BC’s Taylor Ruck wins a Silver in Women’s 4×100 Freestyle Relay for her participation in earlier heats of the competition
  • Skateboarding:
    Men’s Street Heats: Micky Papa 10th, Matt Berger 20th – neither advance to Finals
  • Rowing:
    Men’s Single Sculls Semifinals (Trevor Jones) – 2nd in Quarterfinals, Advances to Semifinals
  • Rowing:
    Women’s Single Sculls Semifinals (Carling Zeeman) – 2nd in Quarterfinals, Advances to Semifinals
  • Rowing:
    Lightweight Men’s Double Sculls Repechage – 2nd in Repechage – advance to A/B SF
  • Artistic Gymnastics:
    Shallon Olsen – Qualified for Vault Finals
  • Sailing:
    Women’s Laser Radial (Sarah Douglas) – in 6th Race 1&2
  • Sailing:
    Women’s RS:X (windsurfer) (Nikola Girke) – in 24th after Race 1,2 & 3
  • Rowing:
    Women’s Double Sculls Semifinal – Advance to A Final
  • Cycling:
    Women’s Road Race (Alison Jackson) – 32nd Place
  • Rowing:
    Women’s Four Repechage – Advance to B Final
  • Rowing:
    Men’s Four Repechage – Advance to B Final
  • Softball:
    Canada 0-1 Japan

July 25

  • Swimming:
    Women’s 100m Backstroke (BC Connected athlete Taylor Ruck – Advances to Semis)
  • Swimming:
    Women’s 100m Breaststroke (Kelsey Wog 7th in Heat & Kierra Smith 7th in Heat)
  • Swimming:
    Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay – Advance to Finals
  • Badminton (Women’s):
    Japan def Canada (Kristen Tsai) 2-1
  • Swimming:
    Men’s 100m Backstroke (Cole Pratt 7th & Markus Thormeyer 6th)

Featured Athlete

Brent Hayden

Sport: Swimming – 4×100 Free Relay, 50m Freestyle
Born: October 21, 1983
Birthplace: Maple Ridge, British Columbia
Hometown: Mission, British Columbia

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