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February 15, 2011

Canadian Results from Around the Track & Field

 February
14, 2011

Edmonton,
AB's Megan Wright won the women's 5000-metres at the BU Valentine Invitational
in Boston, Massachusetts over the weekend. The win came in a new Canadian indoor
record (pending ratification) time of 15:25.15. Guelph, ON's Megan Brown
finished second in a personal best time of 15...

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February 10, 2011

Canadian Wheelchair tennis players off to a strong season start. Yann Mathieu wins Mexican Open (Feb 3 -6)

The top Canadian wheelchair tennis
players kicked off their pre-Paralympic season with a strong performance at the
Mexican Open. Yann Mathieu from Trois-Rivières, QC, won the ITF Future  Series event in Puerto Vallarta by beating Russel
Rodriguez (USA) 7:5/7:6 in the final after coming from behind from 1:4 in both
sets...

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February 8, 2011

Wheelchair Tennis Instructor Workshop in Montreal

On
Jan 22 Tennis Québec held a wheelchair tennis instructor workshop at the
Uniprix Stadium in Montreal.  Please read
below a short recount  by one of the
participants, Melanie Aymes, ( sports psychologist and Club Pro II Coach) :

The training was held over a day at Uniprix Stadium led
by High Perform...

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February 7, 2011

"Call to Athletes! Team Canada Sitting Volleyball Selection Camps

February 7, 2011

Volleyball Canada will be hosting Men's and Women's National Sitting Volleyball Team Selection Camps on the weekend of February 11th-13th in Edmonton, AB, as the teams begin preparations for the 2011 Pan Am Sitting Volleyball Championships.  Athletes from across Canada are invited to try out for both National Teams.

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February 2, 2011

Rowing Canada Aviron's Annual Awards

The following awards and honours were announced this past weekend at Rowing
Canada Aviron's 30th Annual Awards banquet in Vancouver, B.C.

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January 31, 2011

IPC World Championship comes to an end

January 31, 2011

OTTAWA -
The Canadian team
is on their way home today after the IPC Athletics World Championships came to
an end on Saturday in Christchurch, New Zealand. Twelve medals will return to
Canada following this 6th edition of the world competition.

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January 31, 2011
January 31, 2011

Canada wins trio of medals on Day 8 of IPC World Championships

January 29, 2011

OTTAWA -
Canada added 3 medals on day eight of the IPC Athletics World Championships to
bring the team total to 12. Jason Dunkerley of Ottawa, ON and guide runner Greg
Dailey of Toronto, ON won gold, Diane Roy of Sherbrooke, QC took silver and the
Canadian men's 4x400-metres relay team secured b...

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