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Triathlete Simon Whitfield waves the Canadian flag after being named Canada's flag bearer for the opening ceremony at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Triathlete Simon Whitfield waves the Canadian flag after being named Canada's flag bearer for the opening ceremony at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Canadian Olympians head to London - from CBC

Canadian Olympic team: By the numbers

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Nothing is simple when it comes to deciding which women hurdlers at Canadian Olympic track trials will go to London Games

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London 2012 Olympics: Giant Olympic rings unveiled at Heathrow Airport

Japan - Opening Ceremony

NBC Sparks Controversy With Opening Ceremony Edit

Japan - Opening Ceremony

The full moon rises through the Olympic Rings hanging beneath Tower Bridge during the London 2012 Olympic Games

Malaysian actress, Dutch hubby and baby die with MH17

Full moon rises through the Olympic Rings at Tower Bridge, London 2012 Olympic Games.

Canada here we come! Team Beachbody Coaching is Going GLOBAL!

Canada: City of Vancouver Installs First Crackpipe Vending Machine (VIDEO)

Olympic ring halos.  Pyrotechnics light up the Olympic rings, creating halos of light over the opening ceremony.

Pyrotechnics light up the Olympic rings, creating halos of light over the opening ceremony.

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paulrogersstudio Posters Five-colour screen print poster for Kemistry Gallery, London Illustration and graphic design studio of Paul Rogers

Elaine Tanner-Watt (1951-  ) Elaine was the tiny teen swimmer known as "Mighty Mouse" She won 7 medals at the Commonwealth Games in 1966. She is the 1st Canadian woman swimmer to win an Olympic Medal with two silver and one bronze in Mexico Olympic Games 1968. She was inducted into the Order of Canada in 1971. in 2010 she was listed as one of the top 50 Canadian athletes of all time. Elaine tells her story www.questbeyondgold.ca. Check out the mini bio at http://famouscanadianwomen.com

Elaine Tanner-Watt (1951- ) Elaine was the tiny teen swimmer known as "Mighty Mouse" She won 7 medals at the Commonwealth Games in 1966. She is the 1st Canadian woman swimmer to win an Olympic Medal with two silver and one bronze in Mexico Olympic Games 1968. She was inducted into the Order of Canada in 1971. in 2010 she was listed as one of the top 50 Canadian athletes of all time. Elaine tells her story www.questbeyondgold.ca. Check out the mini bio at http://famouscanadianwomen.com

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