Canadian

Canadian women's rink proving 4 skips as good — or better — than 1
Canada's Kerri Einarson, Val Sweeting, Shannon Birchard and Briane Meilleur, who all skipped their own teams in 2017-18, have won four World Curling Tour events this season. "We've proven four skips c [...]
7
Like
Save
Canadian ice dancers Weaver, Poje win gold at Autumn Classic
Canada's Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje won the gold medal in ice dance on Saturday at the Autumn Classic International figure skating competition. [...]
2
Like
Save
That's a lot of sweeping: Canadian curlers set world record with 105-hour game
There were 392 ends of curling, 6,272 stones thrown, a final score of 450-237 - and one world record. A group of 10 Ontario curlers have just received word that their game that lasted 105 hours, 6 min [...]
8
Like
Save
Canadian mixed doubles team off to Curling World Cup final
Canada has secured a spot in the mixed doubles final at the inaugural World Cup of Curling. Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres, an Edmonton-based team, are 4-1 through three days and locked up first place i [...]
9
Like
Save
Curling World Cup begins with Homan, Koe back in Canadian colours
Canada's 2018 Olympic curling representatives are in Suzhou, China this week for the inaugural Curling World Cup event, where Rachel Homan and Kevin Koe will be tested right away. [...]
3
Like
Save
Canadian figure skating looks to next generation to maintain Olympic high
The departure of Patrick Chan might have opened up an opportunity in Canadian men's figure skating, but Keegan Messing will miss having the retired three-time world champion around. [...]
6
Like
Save
The future of Canadian figure skating is barely old enough to compete
The future of Canadian figure skating weighs 88 pounds, but can already reel off a laundry list of quadruple jumps unlike any Canadian skater before him. And Stephen Gogolev is just getting started. [...]
9
Like
Save
Canadian figure skater Stephen Gogolev wins gold in junior Grand Prix debut
Stephen Gogolev landed three quadruple jumps en route to a golden performance in men's competition Friday at the season-opening stop on the ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating circuit. [...]
8
Like
Save
Maxime Dufour-Lapointe announces retirement from Canadian women's moguls team
Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, the eldest of three freestyle skiing sisters, has announced her retirement from the Canadian moguls team. The 29-year-old from Montreal competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics, th [...]
7
Like
Save
Canadian snowboarder Mercedes Nicoll retires with 'no regrets'
Canadian Mercedes Nicoll, who recently completed her fourth Olympic Games, announced her retirement from competitive halfpipe snowboarding on Tuesday. [...]
5
Like
Save
Canadian multi-sport Olympian Georgia Simmerling retires from competitive skiing
After 11 years in the Alpine Canada program — four in alpine skiing and seven in ski cross — Georgia Simmerling is hanging up her skis and heading back to the cycling velodrome to train full-time [...]
3
Like
Save
Powered by WordPress Lab