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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 [...]
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Kaya Turski announces her retirement from freestyle skiing
Canadian freestyle skier Kaya Turski, dubbed Canada's "queen of slopestyle," announced her retirement from the sport on Tuesday. The 29-year-old Montreal native won the 2013 slopestyle world champions [...]
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Maelle Ricker's retirement met with praise and thanks
Maelle Ricker, the first Canadian woman to win an Olympic gold on home soil, announced her retirement from competitive snowboarding Wednesday, the same day Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed forme [...]
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Canadian speed skating star Christine Nesbitt announces retirement
Canadian speed skating star Christine Nesbitt announced her retirement Thursday at a news conference at the Calgary Olympic Oval. [...]
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Tatsuki Machida announces retirement at Japanese nationals
CBC Sports figure skating analyst Pj Kwong correctly predicted Yuzuru Hanya would win the Japanese national figure skating championship, but no one foresaw world silver medalist Tatsuki Machida retiri [...]
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