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A Canadian Olympian pulled off a golden moment when leaving Tokyo Airport and thankfully the security workers had a sense a humour.

Track cyclist Kelsey Mitchell, who won gold in the women's individual cycling sprint, hid her medal under her T-shirt as she walked through the metal detectors at security.

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The 2021 Olympics have come and gone, and it's now time for this summer's next amazing international sporting event. If you're wondering how to watch the Tokyo Paralympics, here's everything you need to know about viewing the Games.

From the opening ceremony on August 24 to the closing ceremony on September 5 and everything in between, CBC will have daily broadcasts on TV of the action from Tokyo.

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Two athletes who were part of Canada's Olympic team in Tokyo have announced their engagement.

Stephanie Labbé and Georgia Simmerling posted the exciting news on their personal Instagram accounts.

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Not only does Canada's women's soccer team captain Christine Sinclair have an Olympic gold medal to her name, but she's also scored more goals for her country than any other woman — or man — in the world.

The 38-year-old from Burnaby, B.C. led Canada to the gold medal at the Tokyo Games when they beat Sweden on a penalty shoot-out on August 6.

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After an exciting few weeks, the Tokyo Olympics are finally over, which means we can check all the pre-Games predictions and make fun of the ones that underestimated how many medals Canada would win.

Nielsen Gracenote's Virtual Medal Table combined data from key global and continental competitions from the past few years in order to guess how different countries would do in Tokyo. And while its predictions were incredibly accurate, Team Canada was one of this year's best over-performers.

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