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Laurent Dubreuil, Christopher Fiola and Vincent de Haître won a silver medal in the men's team sprint, Saturday, at the ISU World Cup Long Track Speed Skating stage held until Sunday in Heerenveen, Netherlands, while Ivanie Blondin had to settle for 10th place in the women's mass start.

Marianne St-Gelais was the only Canadian skater to win a medal, Saturday, at the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating stage that will be held until Sunday in Shanghai, China, as she earned bronze in the first of two 500m events slated for the weekend.

The Gaétan-Boucher Oval in Quebec City will host close to 100 long track speed skaters this weekend, December 9-11, for the first Canada Cup of the season.

Ivanie Blondin won gold in the women's mass start, her third medal in that event in three World Cup weekends so far this season, Sunday, on the last day of the ISU World Cup Long Track Speed Skating stage held in Astana, Kazakhstan.

Vincent de Haître earned his first ever individual gold medal as he won the men's 1000m race, Saturday, while Ted-Jan Bloemen, Jordan Belchos and Denny Morrison collected silver in the men's team pursuit at the ISU World Cup Long Track Speed Skating stage held until Sunday in Astana, Kazakhstan.

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2016/12/10
Heerenveen, Netherlands, December 10, 2016 – Laurent Dubreuil, Christopher Fiola and Vincent de Haître won a silver medal in the men's team sprint, Saturday, at the ISU World Cup Long Track Speed Skating stage held until Sunday in Heerenveen, Netherlands, while Ivanie Blondin had to settle for 10th...

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

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

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