Canadian swimmer Kylie Masse wins second silver medal at Tokyo Olympics

In other highlights, sprinter Andre De Grasse won his first 100-metre heat and the Canadian women's soccer team defeated Brazil

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      Canada picked up its fifth Olympic medal in the pool in the women's 200-metre backstroke.

      Kylie Masse's Canadian-record time of 2:05.42 was only surpassed by Australian Kaylee McKeown in Tokyo.

      Masse was leading through the first three laps, but McKeown's final charge gave the Australian the gold. Her time was 2:04.68. 

      Veteran Australian Emily Seebohm captured bronze and Canadian Taylor Ruck, who was born in Kelowna, came sixth.

      McKeown also won gold and Masse won silver in the earlier 100-metre backstroke at the Tokyo Games.

      Meanwhile, Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse cruised to victory in his first 100-metre heat, finishing in a time of 9.91 seconds.

      Another Canadian highlight came in  women's soccer, with the Canadian team defeating Brazil in penalty kicks to move to the semi-finals.