Matchup No. 1: Best Canadian sports moment of the summer

Follow our round-by-round vote to help us determine the greatest Canadian sports moment of this past summer.

Vote now in opening round of our poll

Canadian women's basketball team wins FIBA gold in Edmonton versus Canadian men's 400 metre team takes bronze in Beijing. (Getty Images)

Fall is officially on, and Canada can look back on what was a successful summer in sports.

Out of all of the victories, which moment stood out most to you?

Follow our round-by-round vote to help us determine the ultimate Canadian sports moment of the summer of 2015!

Round 1: Men's 4x100m relay bronze at the world track and field championships vs. women's gold at FIBA Americas tournament

Do you believe in karma? The Canadian men's 4x100m relay bronze medal is proof it exists.

The Andre De Grasse-led team was disqualified for a violation at the Pan Am Games in July. A month later on a bigger stage, a disqualification bumped Canada to bronze at the world championships. 

The moments waiting for confirmation of an American violation made that bronze medal particularly sweet.

Another huge moment this summer was when Canada's women's basketball team qualified for the Olympics. After a gold-medal performance performance at the Pan Am Games, the team continued on to Edmonton where they dominated game after game at the FIBA Americas.

When the whistle blew in the final game versus Cuba, Canada not only won gold but let everybody know the Canadians are a medal threat at Rio 2016.

Vote below for which moment you think was best.


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