Here's a thing Canadian men can learn from their female counterparts: how to win Olympic medals.
After four days of competition in Rio de Janeiro, the Canadian team have clinched five medals -- all of them won by women.
Canada's female athletes, who make up about 60% of the 279-strong Team Canada, were successful in diving, rugby sevens and swimming, clinching four bronze medals and one silver.
"Girl power, right?" rugby sevens captain Jen Kish told the Canadian Press. "I think as females we have something to prove. We can compete in a male-dominated world in sport."
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