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National Short Track Speed Skating Team member Patrick Duffy from Oakville, ON, announced his retirement from competition.

Speed Skating Canada is looking for interested, qualified candidates to join its Board of Directors and help lead the organization as it begins its new quadrennial. Please submit your nominations by Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

It is now time to reward deserving members in recognition of their recent and/or lifetime achievements! Speed Skating Canada is now accepting nominations until May 4 for a variety awards to be given at the Annual Awards Night Friday, June 15, in Calgary.

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Charles Hamelin became the first Canadian in 20 years to be crowned overall World Champion in short track speed skating and he also helped the men's relay earn the silver medal, while Marianne St-Gelais ended her career on a positive note by helping the women's relay collect the bronze medal, Sunday, on the last day of the 2018 ISU World Championships that were held at Maurice-Richard Arena in Montreal.

Ivanie Blondin captured silver in the final mass start of the season, Sunday, bolstering her overall World Cup ranking to bronze in that event on the last day of the 2018 ISU World Cup Final in Minsk, Belarus.

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2018/04/25
Montreal, April 25, 2018 – National Short Track Speed Skating Team member Patrick Duffy from Oakville, ON, announced his retirement from competition.Duffy, aged 27 and who represented Quebec on the national stage since 2013-2014, took part in his first ISU World Cup in the winter of 2012 after he...

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