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Figure Skating

New Minto ice dance partners shine in international debut

Updated On: November 12, 2014
It was a young partnership, the first international competitions for both skaters, and injury struck at the last moment, but Jeff Hough and Audrey Croteau-Villeneuve threw all obstacles aside and made a big splash in their debut on the ISU Junior Grand Prix circuit, placing seventh and sixth in Estonia and Croatia.

Manley & Bulau inducted into Canadian Sports Hall

Updated On: November 12, 2014
Ottawa sports legends Horst Bulau and Elizabeth Manley were inducted into the   Canadian Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 22 at Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto.

Meng siblings 7th in ISU Jr. Grand Prix assignment

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa natives Melinda & Andrew Meng placed seventh at the Aug. 20-24 ISU Jr. Grand Prix in France, scoring 106.74 points in the ice dance competition during their first international assignment from Skate Canada.

Chartrand rebounds in big way

Updated On: April 9, 2014
With Olympic dreams in sight, Alaine Chartrand of the Nepean Skating Club was devastated to fall short of that objective by placing fifth at January's qualifier in Kanata, a year after winning a bronze medal at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships.

Nepean Skating Club athlete headed back to world juniors

Updated On: March 7, 2014
Alaine Chartrand of the Nepean Skating Club has officially been named to Canada's team for the March 10-16 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Parkinson picks path less traveled to compete for Italy

Created On: February 4, 2014
Paul Bonifacio Parkinson has spent more than half his life preparing for just a few minutes on the ice, and he wants to make sure those minutes count.

Near-misses for many local Ottawa 2014 Olympic hopefuls

Updated On: February 4, 2014
Along with the Sochi-bound athletes from Ottawa were almost an equal number who fell just short of representing Canada – one of the world's toughest Olympic lineups to crack – at the 2014 Winter Games.

Numerous Olympians own links to the Capital

Updated On: February 4, 2014
A handful of athletes with past ties to the nation’s capital will be competing at the 2014 Olympics, while several local coaches and support staff are also headed to Sochi as part of the Canadian Olympic team contingent.

National medal surprise for Kanata skaters

Updated On: February 4, 2014
Sleeping in their usual beds the night before a big competition was a treat for the hometown athletes at January’s Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in Ottawa, but perhaps no one savoured that luxury more than the parents of Melinda and Andrew Meng.

Hometown hope

Updated On: January 9, 2014
An improbable prospect just a short time ago, Alaine Chartrand can claim a berth for the Olympics at her home nationals in Ottawa

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