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Canada Results At World Cup Events Before Vancouver


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Very slow start for Canada today at the first World Cup event of the season for Short Track Speed Skating in Beijing.

500m Men 4th place (François-Louis Tremblay)

500m Women Silver (Jessica Gregg) and Bronze (Marie-Anne St-Gelais)

1500m Men 4th place (Charles Hamelin)

1500m Women nobody in Final A

Also slow start last week at the first World Cup event of the season for Swnowboard, at Chapelco (Argentina)

SBX Men 6th (Mike Robertson)

SBX Women Gold (Maelle Ricker) and Bronze (Dominique Maltais)

Half Pipe Men 6th (Brad Martin)

Half Pipe Women 8th (Mercedes Nicoll)

Next to follow : the second day tomorrow at Beijing for Short Track

And the next stage of the World Cup for Short Track in Seoul (next weekend)

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Day two for the WC Short Track in Beijing

5000m Relay Men Bronze

3000m Relay Women Bronze

1000m Men Silver (Charles Hamelin) and 4th place (François Hamelin, his brother)

1000m Women nobody in Final A

So far, after 12 events :

Gold : 1

Silver : 2

Bronze : 4

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Short Track World Cup in Seoul Korea

500m Men Gold (Charles Hamelin)

500m Women Bronze (Kalyna Roberge)

1500m Men no canadian in Final A

1500m Women no canadian in Final A

Snowboard World Cup in Cardrona New Zealand

Half Pipe Men 6th (Brad Martin)

Half Pipe Women 8th (Mercedes Nicoll)

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Last day in Seoul for Short Track WC

1000m Men No canadian in Final A

1000m Women No canadian in Final A

5000m Men Relay Silver

3000m Women Relay Bronze

They will surelly do better at the next World Cup stage since it will be in Montreal (in november)

Until that, the next big competition to follow will be in Figure Skating, in Paris, in mid-october

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Snowboard World Cup in Landgraaf (Netherlands) this weekend

Parallel Slalom Womens : 10th place (Caroline Calve) and 11th place (Kimiko Zakreski)

Parallel Slalom Mens : Bronze (Jasey Jay Anderson)

Very nice performance for JJ since he tried new type of equipment

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Snowboard World Cup in Landgraaf (Netherlands) this weekend

Parallel Slalom Womens : 10th place (Caroline Calve) and 11th place (Kimiko Zakreski)

Parallel Slalom Mens : Bronze (Jasey Jay Anderson)

Very nice performance for JJ since he tried new type of equipment

Not only that, but I believe is was a Parallel Slalom event (which is (sadly) not in the Olympics), which makes it even better since he is a PGS specialist.

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Two days completed at the Paris ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating (Trophée Eric Bompard)

Ice Dance - Compulsory Dance : the canadian couple (Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir) finished first with a 2.28 points advance on the second place (GBR)

Ice Dance - Original Dance : Virtue and Moir finished against in first place with now a 5.57 points advance on the second place (France)

Ice Dance - Free Dance : Virtue and Moir won the Gold

Men - Short Program : only one canadian, Vaughn Chipeur, finish last, almost 30 points behind the leader

Men - Free Program : Chipeur finished last, almost 60 points behind the winner (Japan)

Women : no canadian in the competition

Pairs - Short Program : Jessica Dubé and Bryce Davison finish in third place, 8,34 points behind the leader

Pairs - Free Program : Jessica and Bryce won the Silver, 9,62 points behind the winner (Russia)

So, a very good results considering that we didn't sent our top skaters in the two individuals events.

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