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Canada's lugers eager for home track advantage
Canada's luge team is in flux heading into their home stop on the World Cup. The Canadians were stellar on their home track in 2014. That performance will be difficult to match in 2015, particularly b [...]
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Canada's Bloemen injured ahead of World Cup speed skating event
Calgary speed skater Ted-Jan Bloemen will be out for two to three weeks following an injury to his left shin. [...]
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Canada's Humphries destroys field en route to World Cup bobsleigh victory
Two-time Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries and brakeman Melissa Lotholz dominated the competition en route to a gold medal Friday at a World Cup bobsleigh event in Altenberg, Germany. [...]
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Canada's Martineau makes transition from skis to skeleton
Former nordic combined athlete Barrett Martineau is crossing sports as he and the Canadian skeleton team open the World Cup season Saturday in Altenberg, Germany. [...]
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Canada's Bloemen sets world long-track speed skating mark
Calgary's Ted-Jan Bloemen broke the world record long track speed skating record in the 10,000 metres in 12 minutes 36.30 seconds on Saturday at an ISU World Cup event in Salt Lake City, almost five s [...]
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Canada's Nadeau nabs silver at figure skating Junior Grand Prix
Canada's Nicolas Nadeau turned out the top performance Sunday at an international figure skating event in Zagreb, Croatia. [...]
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Canada's nordic combined team gets boost from unlikely ally
In desperate need of more resources and a better training environment, Canada's nordic combined team has turned to Finland, where the locals have embraced the visitors with generous enthusiasm. [...]
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Canada's Hamelin, St-Gelais lead short track World Cup teams
Charles Hamelin and Marianne St-Gelais will lead the short track team in the World Cup season, Speed Skating Canada announced Wednesday. [...]
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Canada's Paradis & Xavier-Ouellette win figure skating bronze
Canadian ice dancers Elisabeth Paradis and Francois Xavier-Ouellette won bronze medals at the U.S. International Figure Skating Classic in Salt Lake City. [...]
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Canada's roller speed skating scene heating up
They're still well behind their more established foes from warm-weather countries, but Canada's roller speed skaters showed under the blistering sun at the Pan Am Games that they can handle the heat. [...]
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Canada's Simmons beats American Shuster at men's curling worlds
Canada's Pat Simmons outscored American John Shuster 11-10 in a wild opening game Saturday night at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre. [...]
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