Canada's most memorable Summer Olympics moments

Yahoo! Canada asked readers to vote for the country's Top 10 most memorable Summer Olympics moments. Here are the results.

Swimmer Alex Baumann carries the Canadian flag as the team follows behind him during the opening ceremonies for the Los Angeles Summer Olympics, July 29, 1984. (CP PHOTO/Gary Hershorn)
Alex Baumann carries the Canadian flag at the opening of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games
Swimmer Alex Baumann carries the Canadian flag as the team follows behind him during the opening ceremonies for the Los Angeles Summer Olympics, July 29, 1984. (CP PHOTO/Gary Hershorn)
Canada's Sylvie Frechette performs in the synchonized swimming event at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympic Games. (CP Photo/COC/Scott Grant) Sylvie Fréchette du Canada participe en nage synchronisée aux Jeux olympiques d'Atlanta de 1996. (Photo PC/AOC)
Sylvie Frechette
Canada's Sylvie Frechette performs in the synchonized swimming event at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympic Games. (CP Photo/COC/Scott Grant) Sylvie Fréchette du Canada participe en nage synchronisée aux Jeux olympiques d'Atlanta de 1996. (Photo PC/AOC)
Canada's Silken Laumann celebrates her bronze medal win in the 1x rowing event at the 1992 Olympic games in Barcelona. (CP PHOTO/ COC/F.S. Grant) Silkan Laumann du Canada célèbre après avoir remporté une médaille de bronze en aviron aux Jeux olympiques de Barcelone de 1992. (PC Photo/AOC)
Silken Laumann
Canada's Silken Laumann celebrates her bronze medal win in the 1x rowing event at the 1992 Olympic games in Barcelona. (CP PHOTO/ COC/F.S. Grant) Silkan Laumann du Canada célèbre après avoir remporté une médaille de bronze en aviron aux Jeux olympiques de Barcelone de 1992. (PC Photo/AOC)
Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson wins the 100 metres final at the Seoul Olympics, 24th September 1988. However he was later disqualified when traces of anabolic steroid were found in his urine. American athlete Carl Lewis, who was subsequently awarded the gold medal, is also pictured. (Photo by Simon Bruty/Getty Images)
Ben Johnson
Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson wins the 100 metres final at the Seoul Olympics, 24th September 1988. However he was later disqualified when traces of anabolic steroid were found in his urine. American athlete Carl Lewis, who was subsequently awarded the gold medal, is also pictured. (Photo by Simon Bruty/Getty Images)
27 Jul 1996: Donovan Bailey of Canada celebrates winning the gold medal in the men''s 100m final at Olympic Stadium during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Mandatory Credit: David Leah /Allsport
27 Jul 1996: Donovan Bailey of Canada celebrates winning the gold medal in the men''s 100m final at
27 Jul 1996: Donovan Bailey of Canada celebrates winning the gold medal in the men''s 100m final at Olympic Stadium during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Mandatory Credit: David Leah /Allsport

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