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    If anyone wants to check out the tweets and a few photo links from Skate Canada's Annual Convention and General Meeting (ACGM) that ends today in Charlottetown, P.E.I. , here's the link: http://twitter.com/#!/search/SC-ACGM

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    Benoit Lavoie was acclaimed at SC President for the next four years. This is not a bad thing!
    Haunting the Princess of Pink since 20/07/11...

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    Royal Glenora show article and photo gallery: Celebrating 50 years: the Royal Glenora presents ‘Ice Memories’

    Photo Gallery from the COS 2011 Ice Show & Awards
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    Article in The Record (May 26): Weaver and Poje crowned [2010 Kitchener-Waterloo and area] athletes of the year

    "Joey Russell announces retirement" thread: http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/showthread.php?t=79013

    Jeremy Ten (@j3r3bear) tweeted yesterday and today:
    Sorry guys, looks like my comeback is going to be postponed for a while. #sademoticonface #positivethinking

    Thank you for all the well wishes! It means a lot to have such support. #appreciative
    Skate Canada press release (May 31) about their members from across the country honoured at ACGM: http://www.skatecanada.ca/AboutUs/Ne...S/Default.aspx
    The Skate Canada Competitive Coach Award of Excellence was awarded to Megan Wing & Aaron Lowe at the BC Centre of Excellence (British Columbia/Yukon Section).
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    Jeremy ten broke his left ankle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddyd View Post
    Jeremy ten broke his left ankle yesterday... he had surgery on his right ankle earlier this year,,,,,,, such a nice skater this is bad news
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    poor guy!!! how did he do it?

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    OMG.........I hope he can heal and get going for the coming season. That kid just doesn't get a break..........well, at least not the right kind.
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    Article about 22-year-old Adriana DeSanctis' long journey back after qualifying for the JGP Final in 2002 when skating for the USA (an Oct. 2003 JGP was the last time she competed internationally for Team USA) to making the 2011-12 Canadian national team with her 5th place finish at Canadians: http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/Art...aspx?e=3150459
    DeSanctis landed in Barrie a decade ago, when her father was transferred from Dallas to New York City. DeSanctis and her mom moved to Barrie while her dad remained working in the U.S., coming to Barrie to be with his family whenever he could.
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    Her immediate goal is to represent Canada at Skate Canada in Mississauga this year. And she'd love to be on the Canadian team going to the 2014 Olympics in Russia.

    "And, one day, I would like to be Canadian champion," she says.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvia View Post
    Article about 22-year-old Adriana DeSanctis' long journey back after qualifying for the JGP Final in 2002 when skating for the USA (an Oct. 2003 JGP was the last time she competed internationally for Team USA) to making the 2011-12 Canadian national team with her 5th place finish at Canadians: http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/Art...aspx?e=3150459
    MamaHabs and I sat next to her parents at Canadians in Victoria this year. They're lovely people and are so proud of Adriana!

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    Georges Laraque, Meagan Duhamel will take on the challenge of Montreal-NewYork 2011

    Montreal / For Immediate Release / Georges Laraque, Meagan Duhamel and their 15 teammates will set off on June 3 at 7:30pm from Place Jacques Cartier in Montreal in the direction of the Empire State Building to take on the challenge of Montreal-New York 2011.

    This is the sixth edition of this unique challenge of running totalling 609 Km, organized by the Foundation Esprit de corps in benefit of single-parent families in a precarious situation.

    84 km: either two marathons, the distance to be traversed in three days by each participant.
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    Oh, wow, I didn't realize Meagan was doing it, too. I follow George on Twitter and he said the team was successful. Impressive, and good for them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by victoriajh View Post
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    poor guy!!! how did he do it?
    Link to Details from Jeremy Ten on his injury thread in GSD.

    Richmond Review article: Coaching legend Manon Perron inspires skaters at three-day seminar [in B.C.]

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    A little update on Paige Lawrence & Rudi Swiegers from today’s print edition of the Brandon Sun: Virden skaters gear up in Florida

    “We come down here every year to skate with Lyndon Johnston and we’re down here for a month because there is really no ice back home for the training that we need,” Lawrence said. “But we will be back training in Virden in the new arena on July 4.”
    Lawrence, who studies at Brandon University, and Swiegers have made the Canadian team, with their first summer skating competition is slated for July 29-31 at the 2011 Indy Challenge in Indianapolis. “We’re kind of waiting to hear about our international assignments, so we are looking forward to that, but our first competition will be in Indy,” Lawrence said.
    The arena Paige refers to is Virden’s new $17.5 million dollar multi-purpose recreation centre that houses a curling rink, fitness centre and a 1200 seat NHL size arena. Their old rink was difficult to train programs on because of its odd size, so I imagine they’re pretty excited about their new home. Looking forward to great things from them this season!
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