Super Awesome Sports Stuff: July 26, 2019 | CBC Kids News

Super Awesome Sports Stuff: July 26, 2019 | CBC Kids News


[crowd noise]
♪ ♪ In lane five breakout star
Maggie MacNeil from Canada. [beep] Dwelling on the blocks
is Wattel in lane number three. MacNeil is in five
and she’s away nicely. And now the challenge
comes from MacNeil. MacNeil in the white cap,
the Canadian, she’s gone up.
She’s in front of Sjostrom. But this could be a boil over,
MacNeil, Sjostrom. It’s going to be Maggie MacNeil
the kid, the teenager wins gold! Maggie MacNeil, well she was
the youngest in the field and she was the quickest
in the field as well. Before the race I don’t think
I’ve ever been that nervous in my entire life. I was just,
I just really wanted to do well tonight and do
the best for Canada. Anchor: Thomas. Good move.
Inside the six he’s dancing. Skips it over the goalkeeper! Oh my word! Daniel Thomas – silky,
smooth, slick. [thwap] [wind rustling] [click-click] Anchor:
Oh! [click-click]
[click-click] Oh! [cheering and applause] [laughter] There you go. Oh my head.
Oh my goodness. It hit five feet up
the flag stick. That’s gonna be…
caught! Oh! Get up there, Richie. Little guy with
nice hops, perfect timing. It’s a hanging slider that’s
destined for a base hit by Bogaert’s. Anchor: Delgado. Endoh with a cross in
towards Altidore. Oh my Jozy Altidore
with a lovely finish to give Toronto FC the lead against his former team. A fabulous flick
from Altidore. Anchor: He won on Fourth of July
when he faced the… Oh! Oh my goodness
he made a catch. And Kipnis is saying, “What do I have to do
to catch a break today?” You talk about self-protection.
There. There it is right there. No time to react. Anchor: In the final
minute of the first half. On the run,
cuts loose. And it’s the eighth kick-return
touchdown of the year in the CFL. Free kick or corner
kick coming up. Borges! In! Straight off
the corner kick! Borges with another,
two on the weekend, another here tonight,
Forge are flying. Anchor:
Wow. Wooo. The fans love that. Anchor: And our fastest
qualifier is here, is the defending champion
Kylie Masse of Canada. Away they go, the women’s 100
backstroke final, with Masse and Atherton
in those middle lanes. Masse in front. Smoliga. Smoliga has responded. Smoliga, Masse. It is gonna be tight. Who gets there? Masse gets there
in front of Atherton. And Smoliga gets the bronze. She’s tough to beat –
Kylie Masse. 58.6. She comes through
at the end to defend her
world championship gold medal. That’s two in a row
for the Canadian. ♪ ♪

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