Back-to-back Olympic bronze medals
A proud nation is celebrating Canada’s second-straight bronze medal at the Olympic Games – a first for Team Canada in more than 100 years of team sport at the Summer Olympic Games. Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team captured the Rio 2016 bronze medal after an inspiring 2:1 win over hosts Brazil, with the winning goal scored by none other than team captain Christine Sinclair.
Thank you messages have poured in from coast to coast to coast across the nation, from #CanadaRED fans to Canada Soccer alumni to professional clubs to athletes and celebrities and all the way up to the Governor General and Prime Minister of Canada.
— David Johnston (@GGDavidJohnston) 19 August 2016
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) 19 August 2016
— Carla Qualtrough (@CQualtro) 19 August 2016
— Victor Montagliani (@VicMontagliani) 19 August 2016
— Erin McLeod (@erinmcleod18) 19 August 2016
Locked in. pic.twitter.com/jA3ZbM4X1m
— Kara Lang Romero (@Kara_Lang) 19 August 2016
— Craig Forrest (@craigforrest1) 19 August 2016
Young players, please watch @sincy12 play. She is just a different class.
— Mia Hamm (@MiaHamm) 19 August 2016
— Marie-Philip Poulin (@pou29) 19 August 2016
RT if u luv team sports
— Jen kish (@jen_kish) 19 August 2016
— Jennifer Heil (@JennHeil) 19 August 2016
— Catriona Le May Doan (@Catrionald) 19 August 2016
— Brent Hayden (@thebrenthayden) 19 August 2016
— Charles Hamelin (@Speedskater01) 19 August 2016
— Hayley Wickenheiser (@wick_22) 19 August 2016
— The Voyageurs (@thevoyageurs) 19 August 2016
Canada Soccer outlines return to soccer guidelines. The return to soccer guidelines provide member organizations with a five-step process, including a checklist of weighted questions known as the Return to Soccer Assessment Tool.