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Canadian Hall of Fame figure skating coach Ellen Burka dies at 95
Ellen Burka, one of the world's most respected coaches and choreographers, died Monday night, according to Skate Canada. Toller Cranston, six-time Canadian champion and 1976 Olympic bronze medallist, [...]
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Canadian figure skaters show new looks at pre-season camp
Patrick Chan, Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, and Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir were among the figure skating stars who reemerged to put their new programs on display at Skate Canada’s annual High Per [...]
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Canadian Olympic bronze medallist Lopes-Schliep retires
Canadian Olympic hurdler Priscilla Lopes-Schliep announced that she is retiring from competitive sport after a successful track career and a short stint as a bobsleigh brakeman for Kaillie Humphries. [...]
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Canadian world junior curling champ decides to leave the sport
Junior world curling champion Mary Fay of Chester, N.S. has decided to step away from the game so that she can focus on her studies. [...]
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Canadian ice dancers Weaver, Poje 4th after short skate at worlds
Canadian ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje need to make up some ground in their quest for another world figure skating medal after finishing fourth in Wednesday's short dance at the world cha [...]
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Canadian curler John Morris to have hernia surgery
John Morris, vice-skip on Team Canada at the recent Canadian men's curling championship, will miss the rest of the curling season to undergo hernia repair surgery. [...]
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Four Continents a medal haven for Canadian figure skaters
The Four Continents championships have come to be as important an event on the figure skating calendar as the 125-year old European Championships it was modelled after. And Canadian skaters have taken [...]
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Nova Scotia, Manitoba claim Canadian junior curling titles
Mary Fay's clutch eighth-end draw clinched the women's title for Nova Scotia at the Canadian junior curling championships. In the men's final, Manitoba's Matt Dunstone cruised to an 11-4 win over Nort [...]
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Rising Canadian skeleton star Jane Channell inspired by Vancouver Olympics
Jane Channell points to two key moments that set her on the path to skeleton racing. The second happened when Canada's Jon Montgomery won skeleton gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games in Whistler, capturi [...]
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Canadian figure skating team named for world championships
Canada will send what could be its deepest women's team in more than two decades to the world figure skating championships. [...]
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Taylor Henrich carries hopes of Canadian ski jumping
Success has come at an early age for ski jumper Taylor Henrich, but with a federation starved for relevance, so has the heavy burden of being the sport’s flag-bearer in Canada. [...]
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