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Canada will be represented by eight up-and-coming Short Track skaters at the Shanghai Trophy Invitational competition which will be held November 24-26 in Shanghai, China.

The Canadian Long Track Speed Skating team won four medals, Sunday, on the last day of the second stage of the ISU World Cup season held in Stavanger, Norway, as Ivanie Blondin won silver in the women's 5000m race and therefore unofficially prequalified for the Olympic Games in that distance, Ted-Jan Bloemen came up with silver in the first men's 10,000m of the fall, the men's team sprint won gold and set a world record, and the women's team sprint won bronze its first time out.

Kim Boutin won the silver medal while Samuel Girard came up with a bronze in the 1000m, Sunday, to conclude the fourth and last stage of the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating season in Seoul, South Korea.

Gilmore Junio, Alex Boisvert-Lacroix and Marsha Hudey all came within a fraction of a second away from stepping onto the podium in the 500m while Denny Morrison and Kali Christ were promoted to group A in the 1500m, Saturday, on the second day of the second stage of the ISU World Cup Long Track Speed Skating season that will be held until Sunday in Stavanger, Norway.

Sports fans who love speed, excitement and extreme sports can, starting now, get tickets for the 2018 ISU World Short Track Speed Skating Championships which will be held at Maurice-Richard Arena in Montreal, Saturday and Sunday, March 17-18.

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2017/11/23
Shanghai, China, November 23, 2017 – Canada will be represented by eight up-and-coming Short Track skaters at the Shanghai Trophy Invitational competition which will be held November 24-26 in Shanghai, China.Alyson Charles of Montréal (Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension borough), QC, Camille De...

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Hometown: Lachenaie, QC
Track type: Long
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Hometown: Calgary, AB
Track type: Short
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