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Penny Oleksiak recently had to undergo surgery, but it looks like she's on the mend.

On Tuesday, August 30, Canada's most decorated Olympian shared some snaps on her Insta story of her in the hospital, followed by a post about what exactly went down.

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After winning multiple medals at the Tokyo Olympics, Andre De Grasse is now tied for the honour of being the second-most decorated Canadian Olympian in history and he's one podium finish away from reaching the country's all-time record.

De Grasse will be taking home three medals from the Tokyo Games. He won two bronzes in the men's 100-metre dash and men's 4x100-metre relay along with gold in the men's 200-metre race.

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Just days after she became Canada's most decorated Olympian of all time, Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak has shared a message for the high school teacher who told her to "stop swimming."

In a Twitter post on August 3, the 21-year-old Torontonian said, "I just googled "Canada's most decorated Olympian" and my name came up."

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Penny Oleksiak became Canada's most decorated Olympian of all time on Sunday, when she won her seventh Olympic medal in the women's 4x100 metre medley relay swimming event.

The 21-year-old Torontonian picked up a bronze medal for the race, alongside teammates Kylie Masse, Maggie Mac Neil and Sydney Pickrem.

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Canadian Olympian Penny Oleksiak had such an iconic response to missing out on a medal in Tokyo and she doesn't want you to feel sorry for her.

Following the women's 100 metre freestyle where she narrowly missed the podium and came in fourth place, Oleksiak brushed it off in the best way. "Honestly, this is gonna make the comeback more fun hehehehe," she tweeted after the race.

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