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27 décembre 2019

Most successful Canadian speed skaters at mid-season [ep2]

Team Canada had some great moments during the first half of the 2019-2020 speed skating season.

By Jackob Savard
Photos: Sébastien Cadorette & ISU speed skating

During the upcoming weeks, we’ll take a look at some of the Canadian speed skaters who stood out during the first half of the 2019-2020 season. Here’s the second article of this three articles series.  

Ivanie Blondin
Ontarian Ivanie Blondin was impressive during the first half of the speed skating season. Her best moments were at World Cup Nur-Sultan and World Cup Nagano where she had a winning streak of five in five different distances. She won the 5000m, team pursuit and 1500m in Nur-Sultan as well as the mass start and 3000m in Nagano. She’s currently ranked first in the mass start World Cup classification, second in the long distances classification and helped Canada win the team pursuit ranking.

Steven Dubois
After his perfect competition at the Canadian short track championships, Steven Dubois skated well on the World Cup circuit collecting four medals. He skated to two bronze medals in team events, collected a silver medal on 1000m in Montréal and a bronze medal on 500m in Shanghai.

Graeme Fish
Twenty-two-year-old Graeme Fish also had a strong World Cup season start. The young Canadian skater won his first individual World Cup medal in career with a bronze in the 10 000m in Nur-Sultan.

Courtney Sarault
New Brunswick’s Courtney Sarault won six medals during the first four short track World Cups of the season. Nineteen-year-old Sarault collected two 1500m medals, a 1000m medal and three 3000m relay medals.

For the first article of this series, click HERE

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