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Road to the Olympic Games: Canada's deepest-ever figure skating team
In what has long been regarded as an individual pursuit, Canada may have the deepest squad on ice. It's not hockey and it's not curling. It's the national passion of figure skating, writes Scott Russe [...]
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Canada's Elisabeth Vathje wins skeleton gold in Whistler
Canadian Elisabeth Vathje won the opening race of the women's skeleton World Cup season on Friday on the track that hosted the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. [...]
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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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Canada's Parrot taking snowboarding in new direction for Pyeongchang
Canadian snowboarder Max Parrot is landing unprecedented doubles in preparation for the space-limited 2018 Winter Olympics. [...]
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Seguin & Bilodeau could be Canada's next skating stars
The start of a new figure skating season means it's time to discover new stars. CBC Sports' Pj Kwong offers up Canada's Julianne Seguin and Charlie Bilodeau, who are climbing the pairs ranks. [...]
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Canada's Duhamel, Radford strike back-to-back gold at figure skating worlds
Canadian figure skating pair Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford took their second consecutive title at the figure skating world championships in Boston on Saturday after a flawless free program. [...]
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Canada's Daleman 8th after short program at figure skating worlds
Eighteen-year-old Gabrielle Daleman, from Newmarket, Ont., reeled off three triple jumps Thursday en route to scoring 67.38 points. [...]
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Canada's Chartrand takes road less travelled to figure skating worlds
Alaine Chartrand, a 19-year-old from Prescott, Ont., is Canada's top entry in women's singles at the world figure skating championships this week in Boston, and reached international heights with an u [...]
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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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Canada's Humphries trails after opening day of bobsleigh worlds
Canada's Kaillie Humphries and Melissa Lotholz are sitting in the silver-medal position after the opening day of the women's event at the bobsleigh world championships in Igls, Austria. [...]
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Canada's short track power couple strike gold at World Cup
Canada's top speed skating couple was golden in the men's and women's 1,000-metre events at a World Cup short-track speed skating stop in Dresden, Germany, on Saturday. [...]
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