Cédrik Blais Wins 1000m Silver at World Cup in Dordrecht

Jordan Pierre-Gilles, Steven Dubois and Courtney Sarault fall just short of individual podiums

DORDRECHT, NETHERLANDS – Cédrik Blais earned the best result of his young career at the World Cup Short Track in Dordrecht on Saturday, winning a silver medal in the men’s 1000m. Three other Canadians reached the A-Finals in their respective distances but fell just short of the podium.

Graeme Fish Sets New 10,000m World Record En Route to Championships Title


Bloemen places second in the 10K; ladies Team Pursuit skates to bronze

Ted-Jan Bloemen Crowned 5000m World Champion in Salt Lake City


Graeme Fish earns first World Championships medal, a bronze in the 5000m

Job Opportunities: Coordinator, Events and Coordinator, Sport Development

Speed Skating Canada, the national governing body for the sport of speed skating in Canada, is looking to fill the two newly created positions of Coordinator, Events and Coordinator, Sport Development.

Kim Boutin Withdraws from Final World Cup Stop

DRESDEN, GERMANY – After skating to a gold medal in the ladies 500m at the World Cup in Dresden, Germany, Kim Boutin has withdrawn her participation from the final World Cup stop of the season, taking place this weekend in Dordrecht, the Netherlands. She will head home to Montreal to ensure an optimal preparation for the World Short Track Championships in Seoul, South Korea on March 13-15, 2020.

Boutin and Dubois both win gold in 500m at World Cup in Dresden

Boutin extends her perfect run in the distance, Dubois collects first career gold

DRESDEN, GERMANY – Kim Boutin and Steven Dubois both won gold in the 500m distance on the last day of the ISU Short Track World Cup, Sunday in Dresden, while Cédrick Blais and Charles Hamelin finished fourth in their respective distances.

Blondin Breaks Canadian 1500m Record for Silver; Bloemen and Fish Share Podium in 5000m

Blondin breaks Cindy Klassen’s 14-year-old Canadian record in ladies’ 1500m

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Three Canadians reached the podium to conclude the ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Calgary on Saturday. Ivanie Blondin broke Cindy Klassen’s 1500m Canadian record en route to silver, while Ted-Jan Bloemen and Graeme Fish earned a historic double podium in the men’s 5000m, winning silver and bronze, respectively.

Sarault wins silver medal in 1000m at World Cup in Dresden

Boutin doesn't reach podium in 1500m event, string of medal results ends at eight 

DRESDEN, GERMANY – Courtney Sarault won a silver medal in the women's 1000m event at the ISU Short Track World Cup in Dresden, Saturday, while Kim Boutin's string of podium results ended.

Gélinas-Beaulieu Earns Career Best Finish, Falls Just Short of Podium at Calgary World Cup

Canada opens home World Cup with five top-10 finishes; Connor How wins B Division silver in men’s 1500m

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Canada’s long track team earned five top-10 results to open the ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Calgary on Friday, including a career best fourth place finish by Antoine Gélinas-Beaulieu in the men’s 1500m.

Four-Time Olympic Medalist Denny Morrison Retires from Speed Skating

With over 90 international medals, Morrison is one of Canada’s most decorated long track skaters

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Following a 16-year career as a member of the Canadian long track speed skating team – one that saw him win four Olympic medals and write one of the most remarkable comeback stories in recent memory – Denny Morrison is ready to formally announce that he is officially hanging up his skates.