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1One of Canada's Ice Hockey gold medals was won during the 1920 Summer Olympics, thus explaining the discrepancy between the medals by games and medals by sports tables.
In 2012, Equestrian show jumper Ian Millar competed at his tenth Summer Olympics, tying the record for most Olympic games participated in set by Austrian sailorHubert Raudaschl between 1964 and 1996. He has been named to eleven straight Olympic teams, but did not compete at the 1980 Summer Olympics due to the Canadian boycott.1 In 2008 he won his first medal, a silver medal in the team jumping event.2
Clara Hughes is the first and only Olympian of any country or gender, to win multiple medals at both the Winter and the Summer Games, with two Summer and four Winter medals.3 Clara Hughes and Cindy Klassen hold the record for most Olympic medals won by a Canadian of either gender, with six each.3 Cindy Klassen holds the record for most Winter medals won by a Canadian of either gender, with six.3