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It was an emotional day in Tokyo on Monday as the Canadians set national records and won a historic bronze medal in judo.

Judoka Jessica Klimkait won the bronze medal in an explosive performance in the under 57 kilograms event. The reigning world champion from Whitby, Ont., Became the first Canadian to win an Olympic medal in judo.

The 24-year-old was yearning for a chance in the gold medal competition. CBC Sports’ Devin Heroux recounts Klimkait’s dominance on the mat over Slovenia’s Kaja Kajzer and how she came back after a tough semi-final loss.

On the men’s side, Canadian Arthur Margelidon made it through the draft to advance to the bronze medal game, but lost to Mongolian Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir.

The opportunity presented itself five years after Margelidon’s hopes were dashed in Rio. The 27-year-old was scheduled to make his Olympic debut with Team Canada in 2016, but broke his arm and was unable to compete.

Here’s a little more of what you might have missed in Tokyo on Monday.

Find live broadcasts, must-see videos, breaking news and more in one package perfect for the Olympics. Following Team Canada has never been easier or more exciting.

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New Canadian Records

The day started off golden in the pool: Maggie Mac Neil won Canada’s first gold medal at these Games. Three of Canada’s four medals were in swimming.

WATCH | Maggie Mac Neil on her gold medal and her family’s reaction:

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div class = “thumbnail-container”> Mac Neil, who won the women’s 100-meter butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics, chats with Adrienne Arsenault of the National. 1:29

The 21-year-old from London, Ont., Folded her eyes without her glasses to read the time from across the pool and was shocked to see her name in first place.

Summer McIntosh of Toronto, 14, was fourth in the women’s 400-meter freestyle on her Olympic debut. The teenager set a new Canadian record of four minutes, 2.42 seconds.

A national record was also set for the men’s side – the Canadian men’s 4 × 100-meter freestyle finished fourth and swam a quick time of 3: 10.82.

Three-time Olympian and 37-year-old Brent Hayden paved the way for the Canadian squad, which also includes Joshua Liendo Edwards, Yuri Kisil and Markus Thormeyer.

13-year-olds get gold and silver from skateboarding

Teenage skateboarders swept the podium in the women’s street skateboarding competition.

Thirteen-year-old Momiji Nishiya of Japan won the very first gold medal. And Brazilian Rayssa Leal, who is also only 13, got the money.

18-year-old Japanese Funa Nakayama won bronze. The country has so far won three of the six medals available in men’s and women’s skateboarding, including men’s street gold.

Brazilian Rayssa Leal, silver, Japanese Momiji Nishiya, gold, and Japanese Funa Nakayama, bronze, pose during the medal ceremony for the women’s skateboard final in Tokyo. (Jeff Pachoud / AFP via Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Canada’s Annie Guglia finished in 19th place. Even being in Tokyo came as a surprise to Guglia, who only recently found out that she would have the chance to compete due to an injury to another skater.

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