Speed Skating Canada is proud to unveil the 61 long track and short track skaters that have been selected to its National and NextGen teams for the upcoming 2022-2023 season.
Category: National Team: Long Track
Connor Howe and Ivanie Blondin also crack top three of ISU World Cup rankings to conclude 2021-2022 season HEERENVEEN, NETHERLANDS – On the last day of racing at the ISU World Cup Final, Laurent Dubreuil held onto his lead in the overall World Cup classification to take the first men’s 500m title of his career…. Read more »
Laurent Dubreuil captures only medal for Canada on Saturday, while Ted-Jan Bloemen concludes the season ranked third overall in the long distances HEERENVEEN, NETHERLANDS – Landing in the Netherlands just hours before the ISU World Cup Final began, Laurent Dubreuil returned to the start line on Saturday to capture a silver medal in the men’s… Read more »
Valérie Maltais was Canada’s top performer in the Allround competition at this year’s World Speed Skating Championships, finishing the two-day event in 10th position.
Laurent Dubreuil tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday morning and was forced to withdraw from the World Speed Skating Championships in Norway.
Long track speed skater Isabelle Weidemann, who is heading home from Beijing 2022 with three Olympic medals, has been named Team Canada’s flag bearer.
Ivanie Blondin has won silver in the women’s mass start for her second long track speed skating medal of Beijing 2022.
Laurent Dubreuil has his Olympic medal! After coming up just 0.03 short of the podium in the 500m, long track sprinter made the most of his second chance in the 1000m, taking the silver in 1:08.32 at the Ice Ribbon.
Ivanie Blondin, Valérie Maltais, and Isabelle Weidemann have won gold in the women’s team pursuit at Beijing 2022 for Canada’s first Olympic medal in the event in 16 years.
Isabelle Weidemann skated to silver in the women’s 5000m to claim her second medal at the Ice Ribbon and become Canada’s first double medallist of Beijing 2022.