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Long track speed skating coach Michael Crowe, who has accompanied his athletes in five Olympic Games, has been promoted head coach of the Canadian long track team.

Speed Skating Canada's 2015 Coaching Symposium will be held June 19-21 in Winnipeg in conjunction with the AGM.

Congratulations to Susan Auch who will be inducted in the Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, October 21, 2015, in Toronto. Susan Auch, a Speed Skating Canada's board member, represented Canada five times in the Olympics including 1988, 1992, 1994, 1998, and 2002.  Her Olympic success included a Bronze medal in the short track women’s relay team at the 1988 Calgary Olympic Winter Games, a Silver at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Winter Games in the 500m, and she prevailed over a serious knee injury to win Silver at the 1998 Nagano Olympic Winter Games in the 500m.

Speed Skating Canada's 2015 Annual General Meeting will be held June 18-20 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

As at every annual general meeting this, June Speed Skating Canada will present awards to deserving individuals in recognition for their recent achievements and/or lifetime involvement in the sport. Deadline for nomination: Thursday, May 7.

 

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2015/04/27
Long track speed skating coach Michael Crowe, who has accompanied his athletes in five Olympic Games, has been promoted head coach of the Canadian long track team. Crowe, who is from Butte, Montana (U.S.A.) and has been a member of the Canadian long track team coaching staff since 2007, will be in...

Athletes in the Spotlight

Long Track

Hometown: Ottawa
Track type: Long
Training centre: The Olympic Oval, Calgary

Short Track

Hometown: Rivière-du-loup, Que.
Track type: Short
Training centre: Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal

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City: Montréal
Province: QC
Contact: Ginette Bourassa