The Brits Behind The Canadian Revival Led By The Towering Teen Debut Of Penny Oleksiak

Team Canada celebrates bonze in the 4x200m free at the Rio Olympic Games ... the new wave starts to roll, Oleksiak, left, and Ruck, right, in the mix - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Canada is having a great meet, British coaches John Atkinson and Ben Titley the helm of an impressive raising of the game for a country that has struggled to get back to the golden days when folk three chairs across the deck at the Commonwealth Games in the heat of relay disqualifications that might decide whether Canadians were mightier in the water than Australians.

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Canada is having a great meet, British coaches John Atkinson and Ben Titley the helm of an impressive raising of the game for a country that has struggled to get back to the golden days when folk three chairs across the deck at the Commonwealth Games in the heat of relay disqualifications that might decide whether Canadians were mightier in the water than Australians.

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