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Surprise medals bode well for Canada's snowboard future
Canada's snowboard team hit the slopes and soared to new heights in Pyeongchang. A pair of surprise medallists in Sebastien Toutant and Laurie Blouin helped Canada establish a new record in snowboardi [...]
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A curling Miracle on Ice? U.S. ends Canada's bid for gold
Exactly 38 years to the day that the American men's hockey team stunned the Soviet Union, U.S. skip John Shuster pulled off a lesser, but still startling, upset to knock Canada out of curling title co [...]
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Canada's Kripps, Kopacz in podium position at midway point of 2-man bobsleigh
The Canadian pair sits in second after posting a combined two-run time of one minute, 38.49 seconds on Sunday. They trail the German team of Nico Walther and Christian Poser, who are first in 1:38.39. [...]
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Canada's Lawes, Morris win mixed doubles curling gold
Canada’s Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris won the first-ever Winter Games gold medal in mixed doubles curling on Tuesday, defeating the reigning world champions from Switzerland 10-3 in six ends at the [...]
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Canada's Lawes sinks Finland with clutch shot in mixed doubles curling
Kaitlyn Lawes put the exclamation point in an 8-2 win over Finland Friday in South Korea, rolling her last rock of the sixth end to score five in Canada's most prolific match of these Olympics. [...]
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Canada's Olympic hockey men draw inspiration from 'mystery man'
Canadian adventurer Jamie Clarke, who has successfully climbed the highest mountains in each of the seven continents, addressed Canada's Olympic men's hockey team on Monday, sharing the importance of [...]
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Canada's Mirela Rahneva to honour late mother at Olympics
Ottawa native Mirela Rahneva be making her Olympic debut in women's skeleton this month, and she'll also be competing with a heavy heart after her mother, Valentina, died last June of cancer at age 53 [...]
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Canada's luge team calls for clean sport in wake of rescinded medal
Four-time Olympian Sam Edney says the overturning of bans of several Russian athletes for alleged doping, and the reinstatement of their results at the Winter Games four years ago, is disturbing for t [...]
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Meet Canada's unofficial host for Olympic hockey camp
Canadian defenceman Karl Stollery has found a hockey home in Riga, Latvia, where this week he's trying to make his Olympic teammates feel at home during their pre-Games training camp. [...]
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Marianne St-Gelais, Charles Hamelin lead Canada's short-track Olympians
One week away from the short track speed skating team's departure to Pyeongchang, South Korea, Speed Skating Canada unveiled its final roster for the Winter Games. [...]
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Ted-Jan Bloemen, Ivanie Blondin front Canada's Olympic long track team
A world-record holder, world single distance bronze medallist and a pair of emerging stars will lead Canada's long track speed skating team into next month's Olympic Winter Games. [...]
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