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Canada’s Long Track Team Ready for Final World Cup Stage in Norway

Connor Howe and Tyson Langelaar to make World Cup debut in Hamar

HAMAR, NORWAY – Canada’s long track team is set to kick off the second half of the season at the ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Hamar, Norway this weekend. The event runs from February 1-3 at the Hamar Olympic Hall, also known as the Vikingskipet ("The Viking Ship"), the venue that hosted long track during the 1994 Winter Olympics.

Heeney Wins Bronze in Ladies 1000m at World Junior Short Track Championship

Perreault earns top 10 finish in men’s 1000m

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – Claudia Heeney reached the podium at the 2019 ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships, winning the bronze medal in a thrilling 1000m ladies final.

Sarault Wins 1500m Bronze at World Junior Championships in Montreal

Perreault finishes just off the men’s 1500m podium with fifth-place finish

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – Courtney Sarault won Canada’s first medal of the 2019 ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships, brining home bronze in the ladies 1500m on Saturday afternoon in Montreal.

Impressive Results for Canadian Short Track Skaters on Opening Day of World Junior Championships

Sarault and Heeney advance in all three individual distances; both relay teams also move on to the semifinals 

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – Canada’s junior team put forth some impressive results on opening day of the 2019 ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships in Montreal. All eight skaters remain in medal contention following an action-packed day of qualification races, advancing in 14 of 18 individual distances and in both the men’s and ladies’ 3000m relay.

Montreal Welcomes World’s Best Young Short Track Skaters for ISU World Junior Championships

Canada hosting World Junior Championships in short track for first time since 2009 

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – Speed Skating Canada is set to welcome 172 short track speed skaters from 36 different countries to Montreal this weekend for the 2019 ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships. The event runs from January 25-27 at the Maurice Richard Arena.

Canada Names Short Track Team for Remaining ISU World Cups in Germany and Italy

Kasandra Bradette set to make her return to international competition

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – Canada has named its team for the final two ISU World Cup Short Track events of the season, which will take place from February 1-3 in Dresden, Germany and from February 8-10 in Torino, Italy. The skaters will look to add to the twelve medals – three gold, three silver and six bronze – and ten top-5 finishes that Canada has earned on the World Cup circuit so far this season.

Canadian Long Track Team Announced for World Junior Championships in Italy

Recently crowned Canadian junior champions Alexa Scott and Connor Howe lead group of eight skaters 

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Speed Skating Canada is proud to announce the long track skaters selected to represent Canada at the upcoming 2019 ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships, which will take place on the outdoor Ice Rink Piné in Baselga di Pine, Italy from February 15-17.

Canada Names Long Track Team for World Championships, Remaining World Cup

Seventeen skaters slated to participate at World Championships in the Netherlands, Germany and Calgary

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Canada will be well represented on the ISU World Championship stage in 2019, with a combined seventeen skaters slated to participate at either the World Single Distance Championships in Inzell, Germany, World Sprint Championships in Heerenveen, Netherlands or World Allround in Calgary, Alberta.

Job Posting: Director, High Performance (Long Track)

Speed Skating Canada (SSC), the national governing body for the sport of speed skating in Canada, is looking for an inspired individual with a proven record of building world leading programs for the position of Director, High Performance - Long Track.

Canadian Junior Championships and World Single Distance Skate-Off Crown New Speed Skating Champions

Results set the stage for naming of teams that will represent Canada at World Junior Championships and World Single Distance Championships 

CALGARY, ALBERTA - Alexa Scott of Clandeboye, Man. and Connor Howe of Calgary, Alta. were crowned Canadian Junior Long Track Champions at the Olympic Oval in Calgary on Sunday. The overall titles earned them each a spot on the World Junior Championships team, where they will be joined by a minimum of three additional skaters per gender.

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