Skate Canada: Canadian skaters headed to Montreal for Skate Canada Autumn Classic International

Skate Canada will send 18 entries, for a total of 23 skaters to the third annual Skate Canada Autumn Classic International (#ACI16). Canada will have 10 entries at the senior level ISU Challenger Series event including two entries per discipline in men’s and pair and three entries per discipline in ladies and ice dance. 

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Julien Bahain: Yes, I am human!

So I was quite shocked and stressed when I received a bunch of emails from WADA, CCES and then Facebook and Twitter notifications. When I opened the emails, it was a different story. It looks like my medical data (supposedly safely stored by WADA) were hacked and published on the Internet. 

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Cycling Canada: Olympians Return to Milton This Weekend for Canadian Track Championships

One month after the conclusion of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the 2016/2017 track season opens with the Canadian Track Championships p/b Lexus, at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, in Milton, Ontario.  The national championships for Elite, Masters and Para athletes will take place September 24-26, and will feature many of Canada’s top track athletes, including Olympic and Pan Am Games medalists.

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Speed Skating Canada: Short Track Speed Skaters Set To Take Part In The Fall World Cup Selections

The best short track speed skaters in Canada will battle this weekend for the privilege of representing the country at the first four World Cup stages of the 2016-2017 season, including the first to be held on home soil in Calgary, November 4-6, as they will take part in the Fall World Cup Selections, September 23-25, at Maurice-Richard Arena in Montreal.

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Globe and Mail: Basketball player David Eng to carry Canadian flag at Paralympics

When David Eng made his Paralympic debut 12 years ago in Athens, coach Mike Frogley would jot down a word each day and pin that word on the wall. They were words like “leadership” and “commitment,” character traits Frogley wanted his players to embody. They were words, Eng decided then and there, to live by.

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Krista Duchene: Reliving Rio

I must admit that I have had some writer’s block. It seems like months since I ran the race that may well likely be the pinnacle of my running career. I’ve hardly known where to start in order to articulate everything. But when people ask me to share my “favourite thing”, without a doubt I think about this picture as it captures so much about my experience and emotions.

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CBC: Nine-time gold medallist Benoit Huot leads Canada's Paralympic team in Rio

Canada will be bringing 162 athletes to the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the Canadian Paralympic Committee announced on Monday. The Paralympics will feature two new sports, para-triathlon and para-canoe. The team will be led by swimmer Benoit Huot, one of the most decorated Paralympians Canada has ever produced.  

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