Records, barriers smashed as Canadian track athletes raised the bar in Tokyo

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As the lights go out at Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium on Saturday, it marks the end of a remarkable Olympic run for Canadian track and field. Over the course of the week records were broken, dreams were realized and barriers – once thought unattainable -were smashed.

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