Team Canada's Uniforms Were Red-Hot For Olympics 2016 Opening Ceremony

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The Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games have officially arrived, and Team Canada strutted through the opening ceremony in style.

Donning uniforms designed by Canadian twin designers Dean and Dan Caton of DSquared2 at this year's Rio Summer Games, Canada's athletes marched in red, white and black during the parade of nations on Friday night at the Maracanã Stadium.

Wearing stylish and athletic shapes that were crafted around Canada's most distinct motif, the maple leaf, the Canadian contingent cut a sharp figure in the sea of competing countries during the parade of athletes.

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Team Canada enters the Maracanã Stadium in style at the Olympic Opening Ceremony on Friday. (Photo: Getty)

The large white maple leaf on the back of the blazer allowed the Canucks to stand out amongst the 207 nations walking.

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The back of the Team Canada uniform, designed by Canadian brand DSquared2 (Photo: Getty)

The rest of the Canadian uniform consisted of black athletic pants and white undershirts that had Canada written across the chest.


A photo posted by Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) on

Yup, this crew had every right to be celebrating in the stadium.

And you know Team Canada's athletes took to social media before the ceremonies even began to show off their DSquared2 threads:

It's that time!!! OPENING CEREMONIES!!!!!🇨🇦🌟✨

A photo posted by K E L I T A Z U P A N C I C (@kelitazupancic) on

Walkin to da bus for opening ceremonies!!!

A video posted by Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) on

Looking good, Canada!

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To see more memorable moments from the 2016 Rio Olympic opening ceremonies, check out the slideshow below:

Rio Olympics 2016 Opening Ceremony
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