Canada won three bronze medals Friday in Rio.
The women’s soccer team beat Brazil 2-1 on goals from Deanne Rose and Christine Sinclair.
This is the second bronze medal for the Canadian women in as many games.
They also won bronze in London four years ago.
Canada also won a bronze in Individual Equestrian.
Eric Lamaze was four faults away from gold.
In the evening, the Canadian sprinters took bronze in the men’s 4x100m after the 3rd place American were disqualified on a bad hand off of the baton.
It’s the third medal of the Games for Andre De Grasse.
De Grasse teamed with Akeem Haynes of Calgary, Brendon Rodney and Aaron Brown to finish at 37.64 seconds.
A bronze medal that was given to Evan Dunfee in Race Walking was taken away.
Evan Dunfee was in medal contention for most of the race but in the final two kilometres he was bumped by Japan’s Hirooki Arai, causing Dunfee to break stride.. Arai finished third, and Dunfee, fourth.
Athletics Canada protested the result and officials sided with Canada, disqualifying Arai and giving Dunfee the bronze medal.
However, Japan appealed that ruling and the medal was given back to Arai.