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Tokyo Olympics Has 13 U-20 Canadian Athletes Competing

If you didn't already feel lazy watching the Tokyo Olympics, then finding out that some athletes are as young as 14 years old certainly will help.

Canada has over 300 athletes attending the Games this year, and while many been around for a while — legendary soccer player Christine Sinclair, for instance — some of them are making huge impacts at a very early age.

Here are 13 of Canada's youngest Olympians that you can watch on their quest for gold!

Summer McIntosh, 14

Province: Ontario

Sport: Swimming (Pool)

Ava Stewart, 15

Province: Ontario

Sport: Artistic Gymnastics

Jessica Guo, 16

Province: Ontario

Sport: Fencing

Katrina Bellio, 16

Province: Ontario

Sport: Swimming

Cédric Fofana, 17

Province: Quebec

Sport: Diving

Rosalie Boissonneault, 18 years old

Province: Quebec

Sport: Artistic swimming

Nathan Zsombor-Murray, 18

Province: Quebec

Sport: Diving

Josh Liendo, 18

Province: Ontario

Sport: Swimming (Pool)

Cole Pratt, 18

Province: Alberta

Sport: Swimming (Pool)

Leylah Fernandez, 18

Province: Quebec

Sport: Tennis (Women's Singles)

Brian Yang, 19

Province: Ontario

Sport: Badminton (Men's Singles)

Aaliyah Edwards, 19

Province: Ontario

Sport: Basketball

Rylan Wiens, 19

Province: Saskatchewan

Sport: Diving

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