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The Globe and Mail
Canadian figure skating star Patrick Chan looks to life after Olympics
The three-time world champion wasn't thrilled with his silver medal performance at the Grand Prix Final last week in Fukuoka, and spending time with kids was perhaps just what he needed.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Wall Street Journal
The Wrong Kind of Ice Capades
There's been a lot going on in U.S. speed skating since the Vancouver Olympics in 2010, but don't worry.
El Paso Times
Olympic athletes find funding online, and every dollar counts
U.S. ski-jumper Lindsey Van is one of many Olympic athletes searching for funding.
Christie feared dream was over
Medal hopeful Elise Christie admits she feared her Winter Olympics dream may be over before it had even begun after a crash last month.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Out Gay Skater on Thin Ice for Sochi Olympics
Despite his promise to be out and proud at the Sochi Olympics this February, openly gay New Zealand speed skater Blake Skjellerup failed to qualify for the games.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Travis Jayner's Olympic Short-Track Speedskating Guide
What you might get if you mashed up roller derby and NASCAR, short track speedskating is essentially a no-holds-barred international grudge match on ice.
U.S. men skaters back on (short) track
J.R. Celski in the lead as he won the 1,500 meters in the final World Cup meet of the season.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Digital Game Developer
Peak Performance Workshop Helps Athletes Get in Their Zone
On December 5th and 6th 2013, internationally renowned sport performance coach, Dr. Pierre Beauchamp, will provide an in-depth look at his training methodology at Thought Technology's new corporate headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Federal Way Mirror
SPEEDSKATING: Celski wins a pair of golds at World Cup in Russia
Federal Way native J.R. Celski ended the World Cup season in impressive fashion last weekend in Russia.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Live chat 8 p.m. ET: Short track's Hamelin brothers
Francois Hamelin, left, and his brother Charles make up the first family of Canadian short track speed skating.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Prince George Citizen
Speedskater Gilmore Junio feels for parents' homeland in wake of typhoon
Gilmore Junio hopes the people who follow his speedskating career in typhoon-ravaged Philippines feel their spirits lift after his recent gold medal.
Star swimmer Sun Yang excluded from top-athlete voting
Double Olympic champion swimmer Sun Yang was excluded from the voting for China's top athlete despite a successful record which includes three world championships titles.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Opinion The People's Pick: Choose Canada's athlete of the year
Our nominees for Canadian athlete of the year are, clockwise from top left, Milos Raonic, Sidney Crosby, Charles Hamelin, Jon Cornish, Patrick Chan, Andrew Wiggins, Steven Stamkos, Damian Warner, Kaillie Humphries and Graham DeLaet.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Sochi 2014: Gay athlete promises openly defiant stance at Games
Skjellerup has produced a badge that he intends to wear at Sochi 2014, with the rainbow a symbol of the LBGT community.
Ice rink a reality in Hales Corners
The center, named after Hales Corners Olympic Speed Skating bronze winner Alyson Dudek, is slated to open in a temporary location.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Larry's Look | Olympic speed skater J.R. Celski
J.R. Celski is a short track speed skater and two-time bronze medalist in the Winter Olympics.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Hamelin wins World Cup competition in Russia
According to the International Skating Union website , Charles Hamelin of Levis, Quebec won his eighth World Cup gold medal since September on Sunday when he won the men's 1000m race at an event in Kolomna, Russia.
Figure Skating - Countdown to Sochi: a
British short track speed skating coach Stuart Horsepool was determined to accentuate the positive after a difficult weekend in Kolomna.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Canada's Charles Hamelin finished in top spot on Sunday in the men's 1,000 short track World Cup event in Kolomna, Russia.
Elise Christie wins bronze in 1000 metres at short-track skating World Cup in Kolomna
British skater Elise Christie bounced back from a worrying crash to win bronze in the 1000 metres at the short-track World Cup in Kolomna.