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Charles Hamelin, Pascal Dion, Alyson Charles and Courtney Sarault also find spots on team that will represent Canada on the World Cup circuit.

A total of 28 skaters have been named to the Senior National Team or Development Team based on their performances last season. 

Speed Skating Canada’s major sponsor, Intact Insurance, announced the seven Canadian speed skating clubs that will share this year’s Podium Tracker total prize amount of $40,000.

After representing Canada for more than a decade in short track speed skating at the international level, Valérie Maltais, who won a silver medal in relay at the 2014 Olympic Games, has officially moved on to long track.

Speed Skating Canada today unveiled its 2018-2019 national competitions calendar for both short track and long track. The schedule highlights important changes to the competition structure for the Canadian speed skating program.

Upcoming Events

2018/10/20 to 2018/10/23
National Competition - Long Track
October 20
2018/11/02 to 2018/11/04
International Competition
Olympic Oval
November 2
2018/11/09 to 2018/11/11
International Competition
November 9

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2018/09/23
Charles Hamelin, Pascal Dion, Alyson Charles and Courtney Sarault also find spots on team that will represent Canada on the World Cup circuitMontreal, September 23, 2018 – Samuel Girard of Ferland-et-Boilleau, QC, Olympic gold medalist in the men’s 1000m, skated to a first-place finish in the same...

Athletes in the Spotlight

Long Track

Hometown: Ottawa, ON
Track type: Long
Training centre: The Olympic Oval, Calgary

Short Track

Hometown: Sherbrooke, QC
Track type: Short
Training centre: Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal

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