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Canada will be represented by a team of Olympic veterans and promising young skaters at the first four ISU Long Track Speed Skating World Cups, launching a new Olympic quadrennial this fall toward 2018.

Charle Cournoyer, who won a bronze medal in 500m in short track speed skating at the 2014 Olympic Games, will miss the first two ISU World Cups of the season because of a fracture right foot.

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Speed Skating Canada's Fall Long Track World Cups Team Trials will be held October 23-26 at the Olympic Oval in Calgary.

The best Short Track Speed Skaters in the world will be in Montreal for the second World Cup of the season November 14-16 at the Maurice-Richard Arena.

Congratulations to the 11 senior Canadian short track speed skating officials who have been appointed by ISU to World Cup and World Championships for the upcoming international season. Their selection is a testament to their skills, commitment to speed skating and a recognition by ISU of the development program that Speed Skating Canada's Officials Development Committee continues to provide.
 
Here are the 11 officials who represent 15 appointments in 11 events:
 
Referees:
Michel Verrault, Jacques Gregoire, Rick Hunt, Trevis Boyd
 
Starters:
Ted Houghton, Hans Terstappen, Brad Bates, Yves Belanger, Darrell Haack, Mike Makowsky
 
Competitors Steward:
Normand Picotin
 
Congratulations!

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2014 Winter Olympic star Denny Morrison leads 20-member squad into fall competitions CALGARY, Alta, Oct. 29, 2014 - Canada will be represented by a team of Olympic veterans and promising young skaters at the first four ISU Long Track Speed Skating World Cups, launching a new Olympic quadrennial...

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Long Track

Hometown: Quebec City
Track type: Long
Training centre: Gaétan Boucher National Centre, Quebec City

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

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Province: BC
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