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Congratulations to the six-time Olympic long track speed skating medalist Cindy Klassen who will be inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame on November 9, 2017, in Toronto.

Speed Skating Canada is now accepting nominations until May 5 for a variety awards to be given at the Annual Awards Night Friday, June 9, in Toronto. Please carefully read each award description since there have been some changes.

Two-time Olympian from Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014, Anastasia Bucsis from Calgary, AB, has decided to retire from long track speed skating.

Graeme Fish from Moose Jaw, SK, and Béatrice Lamarche from Quebec City, QC, ended their 2016-2017 season by clocking new Canadian Junior records at the last long track national competition of the season, Canada Cup #4/Olympic Oval Finale, held March 16-19, in Calgary.

Marianne St-Gelais finished second overall in the women's standings while Samuel Girard was third overall and Charles Hamelin earned bronze in the 1000m on the men's side, Sunday, at the ISU World Short Track Speed Skating Championships.

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2017/04/10
NextGen group member Alex Ruel-Garvey also to hang up his skatesCalgary, April 10, 2017 – Two-time Olympian from Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014, Anastasia Bucsis from Calgary, AB, has decided to retire from long track speed skating.“After a challenging year wrought with a serious knee injury, I’ve...

Athletes in the Spotlight

Long Track

Hometown: Fort St. John, B.C.
Track type: Long
Training centre: The Olympic Oval, Calgary

Short Track

Hometown: Saguenay, QC (La Baie)
Track type: Short
Training centre: Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal

Clubs in the Spotlight

City: Prince Albert
Province: Saskatchewan
Contact: Sean McAlpine