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Canada's Ted-Jan Bloemen skates to World Cup bronze medal
Calgary's Ted-Jan Bloemen won a bronze medal in the men's 5,000 metre race at the speed skating World Cup in Hamar, Norway on Friday. [...]
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Canada's Matt Dunstone remains perfect at World Cup curling event
Canada's Matt Dunstone improved to 2-0 midway through the second day of the third World Cup curling stop of the season. The Saskatchewan-based rink beat Xiuyue Ma of China 6-3 in Thursday's second dra [...]
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Alex Gough, Canada's 1st Olympic luge medallist, slides into retirement
Alex Gough will have a farewell slide on her home track Saturday when Canada's most decorated luger announces her retirement. [...]
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Canada's skeleton athletes ready to slide back into World Cup action
The 2018-19 Skeleton World Cup season gets underway this weekend in Sigulda, Latvia. Skeleton analyst Helen Upperton thinks the Canadian women can take advantage of a post-Olympics hangover. [...]
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Canada's Messing to replace Olympic champ Hanyu at Grand Prix final
Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan will miss the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final due to a right ankle injury, the Japan Skating Federation said Thursday. [...]
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Canada's Blouin captures bronze in big air snowboarding
Olympic snowboarder Laurie Blouin of Stoneham, Que., earned the bronze medal on Saturday in a World Cup women's big air final in Beijing, while Canadian teammate Max Parrot of Bromont, Que., was eight [...]
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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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