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Two-time Olympic medalist in short track speed skating Marie-Ève Drolet, of Saguenay, QC, announced today that she is retiring.

Speed Skating Canada is pleased to announce its 2017 annual award winners which were unveiled Friday, June 9, at its Awards Reception held in Toronto, Ontario, during its Annual General Meeting.

Cathy Priestner Allinger from North Saanich, BC, was elected as President of Speed Skating Canada at the organization’s Annual General Meeting last weekend in Toronto.

Long Track Speed Skating Coach Marcel Lacroix will be back with the Canadian Team toward the 2018 Olympic Games.

Intact Insurance Company, Speed Skating Canada’s major sponsor, announced the eight Canadian speed skating clubs who shared this year’s Podium Tracker total amount of $45,000, including the winning club of the grand prize of $10,000, the Ottawa Pacers Speed Skating Club.

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2017/06/22
Montreal, June 22, 2017 – Two-time Olympic medalist in short track speed skating Marie-Ève Drolet, of Saguenay, QC, announced today that she is retiring.Drolet, who is now 35 years of age, returned on the international scene last year after giving birth to her first child in January of 2015. Over...

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