Today’s feature athlete is Canada’s Most Valuable Olympian and captain of the Canadian Women’s Soccer team, Christine Sinclair. Sinclair nearly led her team to victory scoring a hat trick in the controversial 4-3 loss against Team USA.
Sinclair’s amazing performance has made her a top candidate for Canada’s Closing Ceremony flag bearer.
Team Canada is set to play France for Bronze on Thursday.
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Day 12 of the Games wrapped up a heartbreaking end to Canada’s Simon Whitfield’s last triathlon. Whitfield won a Gold in Sydney 2000 and a Silver in Beijing 2008, making him a medal favorite for this year’s Games. Unfortunately, Whitfield received a DNF after suffering a crash during the cycling portion, breaking his bike and preventing him from finishing the race.
Day 12 also marked the end to Artistic Gymnastics. Aly Raisman earned USA’s first ever Gold in the floor routine and earned a Bronze on the balance beam but only after she contested the judges scores. Team USA contested the score on the basis that the judges didn’t award her for the difficulty performed. After further review, Raisman’s score was then bumped up one tenths of a point, bumping Catalina Ponor of Romania to fourth place.
Events coming up today for Day 6 of the London 2012 Games include Equestrian, Women’s beach volleyball, and Women’s wrestling with Canada’s medal hopeful, Carol Huynh.
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