Speed skating

Canadian skating great Wotherspoon lends a hand to Norway
In hopes of ending a three-decade Olympic medal drought in long track speed skating's sprint events, Norway has turned to the Canadian who once dominated the short distances to reverse its fortunes. [...]
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Ivanie Blondin overcomes virus to earn silver in long track mass start
Ottawa's Ivanie Blondin won her third medal in two World Cup stages so far this season, taking silver in the women's mass start at the ISU World Cup long track speed skating event in Nagano, Japan on [...]
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Canada's speed skaters golden in World Cup team sprint
Laurent Dubreuil, Christopher Fiola and Vincent De Haȋtre paced Canada to the win at the first World Cup speed skating team sprint event of the season Saturday in Nagano, Japan. [...]
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Denny Morrison set for return to international long-track scene
Multi-Olympic speed skating medallist Denny Morrison makes his return to the international circuit next week after he was injured in a motorcycle crash in 2015 and then suffered a stroke earlier this [...]
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Denny Morrison works to regain edge after stroke, motorcycle crash
Denny Morrison's return to competitive speed skating has been filled with adulation as well as hardship. [...]
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Speed skater Morrison to compete for 1st time since motorcycle crash
Olympic speed skating medallist Denny Morrison is set to compete this weekend for the first time since his motorcycle accident in May 2015. [...]
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Canada's Blondin is runner-up for overall mass start speed skating title
Canada has two speed skaters finish in the top-three in the overall standings to end their World Cup season, with Ivanie Blondin coming in second in the mass start and Gilmore Junio earning third in t [...]
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Gilmore Junio wins bronze at long track World Cup finals
Canada's Gilmore Junio raced to a bronze medal in the first men's 500-metre race at the speed skating World Cup finals on Friday. [...]
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Prestige, tradition fuel will to win at world championships
This weekend's world allround championships in Berlin have history like no other in the world of speed skating. But as CBC Sports analyst Catriona Le May Doan points out, Canadians skaters will be in [...]
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Ivanie Blondin's mass start gold sets Canada apart in women's speed skating
Ivanie Blondin's path to speed skating greatness has been anything but smooth. Now, with one world championship already this season, more are on the line at the upcoming world allround championships. [...]
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Canadians trail after 1st heat at speed skating world sprints
Speed skater Alex Boisvert-Lacroix of Sherbrooke, Que., failed to build on his bronze-medal performance at the recent world single distance championships, finishing sixth after the first heat of the m [...]
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