trampoline, women -- Rosannagh MacLennan
men's eight rowing -- Jerry Brown, Andrew Byrnes, Will Crothers, Rob Gibson, Malcolm Howard, Conlin McCabe, Doug Csima, and Gabe Bergen; Coxswain: Brian Price
women's eight rowing -- Janine Hanson, Rachelle Viinberg, Krista Guloien, Lauren Wilkinson, Natalie Mastracci, Ashley Brzozowicz, Darcy Marquardt, and Andreanne Morin; Coxswain: Lesley Thompson-Willie
men’s 1,500 freestyle swimming -- Ryan Cochrane
kayak, 1000-metre -- Adam Van Koeverden
women's wrestling, 55 kg -- Tonya Verbeek
synchronized diving, three-metre -- Emilie Heymans and Jennifer Abel
synchronized diving, 10-metre -- Meghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion
judokas, 81 kg -- Antoine Valois-Fortier
weightlifting, 63 kg -- Christine Girard
swimming, 100-meter freestyle -- Brent Hayden
team pursuit, track cycling, women -- Gillian Carleton, Jasmin Glaesser, squad leader Tara Whitten
men's high jump -- Derek Drouin
canoe, C1-1,000 metres -- Mark Oldershaw
women's wrestling, 48 kg -- Carol Huynh
women's soccer -- team
10-kilometre swimming -- Richard Weinberger
200 metre kayak -- Mark de Jonge
-- Heymans is the first female diver to win a medal in four consecutive Summer Olympics.
-- This is the first Olympics for Valois-Fortier.
-- Canada won gold in 2008 in Beijing for the men's eight rowing event.
-- The women's eight rowing team barely missed medaling in Beijing.
-- Lesley Thompson-Willie is the first Canadian athlete to medal in five different Olympic Games: 1984, 1992, 1996, 2000, and 2012.
-- Ryan Cochrane won the bronze for the 1,500 meter freestyle in 2008; that was the first medal for a Canadian in that event in 88 years.
-- Mark Oldershaw comes from a strong lineage of Olympic athletes. His grandfather, father, and two uncles competed at the Olympics, yet Mark is the only one to have won a medal.
-- Carol Huynh won Olympic gold in 2008 in Beijing in women's wrestling.
-- The women's soccer bronze medal was the first team medal in a traditional team sport since the men’s basketball team won silver at the 1936 Summer Games in Berlin.
-- Tonya Verbeek previously won bronze in Beijing and silver in Athens.