No one knows before an Olympics what it will be remembered for. We knew when the Tokyo Games opened on July 23rd that COVID would play a role. But we now know before they close tomorrow they’ll be remembered for three things. The first is, if you’re a Canadian, our winners are overwhelmingly our women. This happened in Rio in 2016, so now, twice. In fact, women changed everything about these games, from transgender athletes to the goldest-medal-winner of all, Simone Biles, quitting to protect her mental health, and then coming back. And speaking of quitters, cities are
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