After going medal-less on Monday for the first time in these Olympics, Canada got right back on track on Tuesday, winning a gold medal in high jump. Wednesday promises to be another jam-packed day filled with great things to watch from Rio.
Top events of the day:
Here’s a list of events you don’t want to miss.
The women’s golf tournament kicks off on Wednesday, and Smith Falls, Ontario’s Brooke Henderson is one of the favourites. The tournament begins at 3:30 am PT (6:30 am ET), but Henderson tees off at 5:15 am PT (8:15 am ET).
Alena Sharp is the other Canadian in the tournament. She tees off at 6:25 am PT (9:25 am ET).
It’s a busy day in track and field, with some intriguing events taking place.
Canadian Damian Warner is a favourite to win a medal in decathlon. He’ll be competing against Ashton Eaton of the United States, the husband of Canadian bronze medal winner Brianne Theisen-Eaton.
Andre De Grasse will look to qualify for the 200 m final. He posted the fastest time in heats on Tuesday.
Canada is the surprise team into the quarter-final, and they’ve got a chance to take it another step further.
We’re into quarter-final action in men’s basketball with a number of exciting matchups.
Semi-finals of men’s soccer is on and there’s immense pressure on the hosts from Brazil.
Shakhram Giyasov of Uzbekistan takes on Daniyar Yeleussinov of Kazakhstan for the gold medal.
Medals are on the line at Copacabana.