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Isabelle Weidemann of Ottawa, Ontario, had a strong season-ending final weekend by setting a new Canadian junior women's 5000m record in long track speed skating at the Canada Cup #4 in Calgary, March 19-22.

Photo Credit: @ Ivanie Blondin

Denny Morrison won gold in the men's 1500m and Laurent Dubreuil came up with silver in the men's 500m, Sunday, on the last day of the ISU Long Track Speed Skating World Cup Final held in Erfurt, Germany. Morrison and Ivanie Blondin were also crowned season champions in their respective World Cup disciplines, the men's 1500m and the women's mass start, while Dubreuil's second-place in season 500m standings was confirmed.

A total of 220 Canadian speed skaters along with athletes from the Netherlands, Norway, Finland, United States and India will compete March 19-22 at the Olympic Oval in Calgary in the last Canadian long track competition of the season, Canada Cup #4 and the Olympic Oval Finale.

The MasterCard Centre in Etobicoke will host Speed Skating Canada’s Canadian Short Track Junior Championships #2 March 19-22.

The Grant Harvey Centre (600, Knowledge Park Drive) in Fredericton, New Brunswick, will welcome 113 athletes for Speed Skating Canada’s National East Short Track Championships, March 21-22.

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2015/03/30
Isabelle Weidemann of Ottawa, Ontario, had a strong season-ending final weekend by setting a new Canadian junior women's 5000m record in long track speed skating at the Canada Cup #4 in Calgary, March 19-22. The 19-year old Speed Skating Canada training squad member, skated the distance in seven...

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