World Cup #2 for Canada’s Short Track Speed Skating Team

World Cup #2 for Canada’s Short Track Speed Skating Team

Montreal, October 2, 2013 - The Canadian short track speed skating team moved to Seoul,Korea for the presentation of the Samsung ISU World Cup Short Track series, the secondWorld Cup event of the season, October 3 to 6.Charles Hamelin began this season in Shanghai, China, with a bang, winning four medals atWorld Cup #1 (500 m and 1000 m gold, silver and bronze in the 1500 m relay). On thewomen’s side, Marianne St.Gelais scored the most points of the team: 3rd in the 500 m and5th in1000 m.Here is the list of Canadian athletes, per event, at World Cup #2:1500 mWomen Valérie Maltais Marianne St-Gelais Jessica HewittMen Charles Hamelin François Hamelin Michael Gilday500 mWomen Marianne St.Gelais Jessica Hewitt Jessica GreggMen Charles Hamelin Olivier Jean Charle Cournoyer1000 mWomen Valérie Maltais Jessica Hewitt Jessica GreggMen Charles Hamelin Olivier Jean Charles CournoyerSchedule of competitions: (KST) Seoul Time (13h +)Thursday, October 39:00 à 15:30 Qualifications 1500 m and 500 mFriday, October 49:00 à 16:00 Qualifications 1000 m and RelaySaturday, October 5 (Finals A)16:24 1500 m – Women16:39 1500 m – Men18:11 500 m – Women18:23 500 m – MenSunday, October 6 (Finals A)16:21 1000 m – Women16:34 1000 m – Men17:53 Relais 3000 m – Women18:15 Relais 5000 m – MenPhotos for media will be available via Getty Images http://www.gettyimages.com/Television/radio right holders are to contact the ISU Media Team (media@isu.ch) directlyin order to obtain login credentials.Follow results live at: http://shorttrack.sportresult.comWatch Webcast of World Cup #2, live from Seoul, at (also available on App,for info go to same link):http://livemanager.eurovision.edgesuite.net/isu/site/index.html

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