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Canada's short track speed skating season preview
With the ISU Short Track World Cup season getting underway in Calgary this weekend, CBC Sports' Anson Henry previews Canada's new-look team. [...]
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Canada's Messing skates to gold in men's event at Nebelhorn Trophy
Keegan Messing of Sherwood Park, Alta., is off to a flying start in the 2018-19 season as he won the gold medal in the men’s event on Saturday at the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition in O [...]
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Canada's Gilles and Poirier score win at Nebelhorn Trophy
​Canadian ice dancers Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier of Toronto won the gold medal Friday at the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition in Obertsdorf, Germany. [...]
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Meet Canada's 11-year-old curling expert
Katrina Frlan recently launched a weekly YouTube program that has left curling fans astonished by how much she knows about the game. The reason they're so surprised? Katrina is just 11 years old. [...]
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Canada's next figure skating wave ready to fill void of unprecedented exodus
With the start of the figure skating season around the corner, Canada's skaters have already worked out their choreography, as well as their plans for generating success in competition. [...]
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World championship curling win marks 'bittersweet' end for Team Canada's Jill Officer
One of the Winnipeg curling foursome to hoist a world championship trophy overhead on the weekend is still reeling as she processes the overwhelming feat — and the fact that the win was the last she [...]
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Canada's Max Parrot caps World Cup season with big air gold in Quebec City
Max Parrot took home gold in the snowboarding big air event in Quebec City on Saturday. [...]
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Canada's Moore-Towers, Marinaro 6th in pairs at figure skating worlds
Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro skated to a personal-best score of 133.84 in the pairs free skate en route to a sixth-place finish at the world figure skating championships in Milan [...]
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Canada's golden curling streak at Paralympics ends in contentious fashion
The Pyeongchang Games will be the first time Canada leaves a Paralympics without a wheelchair curling gold following a contentious semifinal loss to China that went down to the last stone. [...]
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Canada's Gelinas-Beaulieu sits 11th at World Allround speed skating championships
Antoine Gelinas-Beaulieu of Sherbrooke, Que., sits 11th at the ISU World Allround speed skating championships. Denny Morrison of Fort St. John, B.C., was 15th and Calgary's Ted-Jan Bloemen sat 19th. [...]
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Canada's Mark Arendz aims to be 'one of the best'
A disappointing performance at the 2015 world championships forced para nordic skier Mark Arendz to refocus on the fundamentals. Since then, Arendz has been on a tear as he looks to win Canada's first [...]
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