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What is Canada's finest moment at the Summer Olympics?

Mark Tewksbury celebrates after winning gold in the men's 100m backstroke at the 1992 Summer Olympics.

Donovan Bailey acing the 100 metres in Atlanta?

Mark Tewksbury getting gold in backstroke in Barcelona? 

What is Canada's finest moment in the history of the Summer Games?

That's the question The Globe put to its readers. Highlights from your responses appeared in the July 28 edition of The Globe and Mail. Share your memories below.

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