Author: Nicole Espenant

Mass Start silver medal for Ivanie Blondin at World Cup in Poland

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin continued her winning ways in the Mass Start on Sunday by reaching her fourth World Cup podium of the season in the distance, bringing home a silver medal to earn Canada’s third medal of the weekend.

Connor Howe wins first career World Cup gold in Heerenveen

Isabelle Weidemann claims second 3000m medal of the season HEERENVEEN, NETHERLANDS – Connor Howe captured the first World Cup victory of his career on the final day of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Heerenveen, taking gold in the men’s 1500m. Isabelle Weidemann also stood on the podium at the Thialf arena, skating to… Read more »

Laurent Dubreuil wins 500m gold at World Cup in Heerenveen

The Canadian sprinters made their mark on the second day of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Heerenveen, capturing two medals at the Thialf arena. Laurent Dubreuil was victorious in the second 500m of the season, while the women’s team sprint captured a silver medal in the year’s first race.

Canada ends Four Continents Short Track Championships with six-medal day

It was an action-packed day for the Canadian team on the final day of racing at the ISU Four Continents Short Track Speed Skating Championships on Sunday. With four individual medals and two podium results from the relay teams, Canada’s athletes added to their massive haul of hardware from Salt Lake City.

Women’s Team Pursuit golden in World Cup opener

Canada’s long track team won a pair of World Cup medals in Stavanger for the second consecutive day, bringing home gold in the women’s team pursuit and silver in the men’s 500m.