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Local para-speed skater honoured on Parliament Hill

Updated On: July 10, 2013
Orleans deaf-blind speed skater Kevin Frost was honoured at the House of Commons on June 20 for his athletic achievements, his pioneering role in promoting para-speed skating, and the numerous charitable causes he's helped support.

Blondin ‘confident’ Olympic debut will come in 2014

Created On: April 13, 2013
It was a fantastic finish to a career-best campaign for speed skater Ivanie Blondin. The 23-year-old Ottawa native capped her 2012-13 season by placing eighth in the 5,000 metres at the world single-distance speed skating championships in Sochi, Russia.

Who will be in Sochi?

Updated On: March 28, 2013
A dozen or more Ottawa athletes could represent Canada in Sochi, with numerous medal contenders

Concordes speed skating gurus move to B.C.

Updated On: March 11, 2013
The Gloucester Concordes Speed Skating Club bid farewell to Dave and Lynne Morrison in mid-February.

De Haître skates to 4 top-10s at world juniors

Updated On: March 11, 2013
Cumberland's Vincent De Haître earned four top-10 race results at the world junior long-track speed skating championships Feb. 22-24 in Italy.

Canadian triathlon

Updated On: February 7, 2013
He tripped and fell twice due to cracks and bumps in the ice, but Orleans’ Kevin Frost became the first deaf-blind athlete to complete the 8 km skating portion of the Winterlude Triathlon Feb. 2 on the Rideau Canal. Frost completed the relay with visually-impaired skier Leona Emberson and sighted runner Sean Maddox.

Ottawa trio carving place in international speed skating

Updated On: February 7, 2013
Two other up-and-coming talents from the capital have joined Ivanie Blondin, 22, at the Olympic Oval in Calgary, and both recently earned Canadian team positions for international events.

Hero's homecoming

Updated On: January 10, 2013
4-time Olympic speed skating medalist Kristina Groves to return home for 2012 Ottawa Sports Awards gala & have female athlete of the year trophy named after her

1st marathon on skates race for Frost

Updated On: January 10, 2013
Ottawa deaf-blind speed skater Kevin Frost completed his first 42 km marathon at a December competition in Lake Placid, NY. Racing able-bodied competitors, the 45-year-old earned a silver medal in that event and a bronze in a sprint competition.

From aborted figure skater to World Cup medalist

Updated On: December 7, 2012
The absence of grace is serving Ottawa native Ivanie Blondin well. Her recent string of World Cup medals and top-10 international results leaves no doubt that a comment from her former figure skating coach has led to much greater things.

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