Canadians Capitalise On Their Rise In Rio With Big Little-Pool Home World Title

Team Canada - Katerine Savard, Taylor Ruck, Kennedy Goss and Penny Oleksiak - celebrate home gold - by Patrick B. Kraemer

On the fifth day of hosting the World Champs, Canada received its biggest highlight when the quartet of Katerine Savard, Taylor Ruck, Kennedy Goss and Penny Oleksiak delivered a dominating gold-medal performance in the 800 freestyle relay; we take the moment to recall the rise of Canada in Rio – and look at what they plan on the way to Tokyo 2020

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On the fifth day of hosting the World Champs, Canada received its biggest highlight when the quartet of Katerine Savard, Taylor Ruck, Kennedy Goss and Penny Oleksiak delivered a dominating gold-medal performance in the 800 freestyle relay; we take the moment to recall the rise of Canada in Rio – and look at what they plan on the way to Tokyo 2020

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