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  • Joannie Rochette to enter Skate Canada Hall of Fame


    Joannie Rochette, who captured the hearts of Canadians when she competed at the Vancouver Olympics just days after her mother's death, is headed to Skate Canada's Hall of Fame.

  • Figure skaters Duhamel, Radford turf coach in bold shakeup


    Canadian figure skater Meagan Duhamel and pairs partner Eric Radford, world champions in both 2015 and 2016, have fired their coach just eight months before the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. "We needed to make some changes," said Duhamel.

  • Virtue, Moir and Chan headline Skate Canada International in Regina


    Canada's world ice dance champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir and three-time world champion Patrick Chan will open the 2017 Grand Prix season at Skate Canada International.

  • Gabrielle Daleman has surgery to remove cyst


    World figure skating bronze medallist Gabrielle Daleman will be sidelined for two weeks after surgery to remove an abdominal cyst.

  • Elvis Stojko suffers head injury during Stars On Ice event

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    Canadian Olympian and three-time figure skating world champion Elvis Stojko suffered an apparent head injury during a performance on Saturday in Hamilton, Ont.

  • Canadian pairs skater Eric Radford diagnosed with herniated disc


    A week and a half after a baffling injury cost Eric Radford a legitimate shot at a third consecutive world title, an MRI revealed the culprit: a herniated disc. Radford and pairs partner Meagan Duhamel wound up seventh at the world figure skating championships earlier this month in Helsinki.

  • Canada finishes just off the podium at World Team Trophy

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    A pair of fourth-place performances by Canadian figure skaters on Saturday at the ISU World Team Team Trophy in Tokyo resulted in a fourth-overall showing for the team.

  • Weaver and Poje push Canada to 4th at World Team Trophy

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    textCanada benefited from a first-place performance from ice dance duo Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje at the ISU World Team Trophy competition in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday. The Wateloo, Ont. team won the ice dance competition to push Canada from fifth to fourth in the country standings with two disciplines yet to wrap up.

  • Canadian figure skaters sit 5th at World Team Trophy


    Canadians ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje performed the second best short program of the World Team Trophy event, but their efforts only have Canada in fifth place after the opening day of competition in Tokyo.

  • Patrick Chan fears for skaters' health in quads era


    Men's figure skating has been caught up in change lately, as the number of quadruple jumps being landed is rapidly mounting with each competition. In an attempt to keep pace, Patrick Chan has been forced to retrain his body. But he fears the injury consequences associated with more quads.

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