08/09/2012 11:29 EDT | Updated 10/09/2012 05:12 EDT

Vote: Who should be Canada's flag-bearer?

With the final day of the Olympics drawing closer, so does the Canadian Olympic Committee's decision on selecting its flag-bearer for the traditional closing ceremony on Sunday in London.

The COC certainly has a long list it can pick from:

- Christine Sinclair of Burnaby, B.C., led the women’s soccer tournament with six goals, including a hat trick against the U.S. in the controversial semifinal matchup. She sparked the Canadian team to its first-ever medal.

- Kayaker Adam van Koeverden won silver in the men's K-1 1,000m event, putting his career total at four Olympic medals.

- Rosie MacLennan of King City, Ont., has won Canada’s only gold medal to this point and has overtaken teammate Karen Cockburn as the best trampoline athlete in the nation.

- Catharine Pendrel is the reigning world mountain bike champion. A victory on Saturday by the Harvey, N.B., rider would give Canada another gold medal, and reaffirm her status as the best female mountain biker in the world.

- Diver Emilie Heymans of St-Lambert, Que., became the first Canadian in history to win a medal in four straight Olympics.

- Wrestler Carol Huynh, from Hazelton, B.C., increased her medal haul after earning a bronze medal in the women's 48-kilogram division to go with the gold she won in Beijing four years ago.

- Tonya Verbeek of Beamsville, Ont., concluded her wrestling career with a silver medal in the 55-kg weight class, adding to the silver and bronze she collected in 2004 and 2008, respectively.

All are worthy candidates.

Let us know what you think by voting for your favourite athlete.