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Vote: Best Canadian sports moment of the summer

Brooke Henderson making the LPGA versus Derek Drouin & Shawn Barber bringing home double gold from Beijing

Vote now in opening round of our poll

Brooke Henderson becomes LPGA member versus Derek Drouin & Shawn Barber winning double gold at the world track and field championships 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.

Matchup No. 1: Men's 4x100m relay vs. Women's basketball team (View results)
Matchup No. 2: Zak Madell, wheelchair rugby vs. Kadeisha Buchanan, women's soccer (View results)
Matchup No. 3: Damian Warner, decathlon record vs. Ellie Black, 5 medals (View results)

Our fourth matchup in Round 1 features Brooke Henderson getting her LPGA Tour card vs. double gold at the world track and field championships 

After a breakout 2015 season,  Henderson was granted a full membership to the LPGA.

The 17-year-old, Smiths Falls, Ont., native became the second golfer in LPGA history to go from a Monday qualifier to tournament winner. 

Going up against Henderson's membership to the LPGA is the double gold brought in by Canadians Shawn Barber and Derek Drouin at the world track and field championships.

Drouin's high jump final went down to a three-way jump off, where he managed to defeat his other two opponents by clearing 2.34 metres.

Barber won gold in pole vault, clearing 6.00 metres in another tight competition. Before this gold, the 21 year old had never won any kind of medal at a worlds. 

Vote below for which moment you think was best.

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