• Biathlon Daily Report - February 18

    Biathlon Daily Report - February 18

    Monday, 18th February 2019

    Biathlon - February 18

    February 18th is a training day for biathlon. The warmer conditions gave many athletes a chance to rest, watch their provincial/territorial teammates compete or come to River Bend Golf & Recreation Area to test their skis in the warmer conditions.

    Tomorrow’s race is a pursuit format. The pursuit is often... Read More

  • 2019 Canada Winter Games recap – Monday, Feb. 18

    2019 Canada Winter Games recap – Monday, Feb. 18

    Monday, 18th February 2019

    Newfoundland & Labrador 7, Yukon 0

    Newfoundland & Labrador kicked off the day with a convincing 7-0 win over Yukon to improve to 3-0 at the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Captain Zachary Dean (three assists) and forward Nathan Carter (two goals, one assist) led the charge for Newfoundland & Labrador. Patrick Hurley, Carter, James... Read More

  • Alberta in the lead in all three artistic swimming events after technical routines

    Alberta in the lead in all three artistic swimming events after technical routines

    Monday, 18th February 2019

     

    Monday was the last day of technical routines in the artistic swimming competition of the 2019 Canada Games held in Calgary. After taking the lead in the solo event on Sunday evening, Alberta picked up right where it left off and is now standing first in the duet and team events as well.

    The team... Read More

  • Team Ontario takes gold in men’s artistic gymnastics team final at Canada Games

    Team Ontario takes gold in men’s artistic gymnastics team final at Canada Games

    Tuesday, 19th February 2019

    Team Ontario takes gold in men’s artistic gymnastics team final at Canada Games

    RED DEER, AB (February 18, 2019) – Team Ontario repeated their 2015 success in winning gold once again in the men’s artistic gymnastics team final on Monday at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, AB. Team Quebec took the silver... Read More

  • Nunavut

    2019 Canada Winter Games recap – Sunday, Feb. 17

    Sunday, 17th February 2019

    Nunavut 5, Yukon 3

    Nunavut’s first-ever match-up at the Canada Winter Games was a success, as Josie Cote led the charge with two goals and one assist. Nunavut found themselves down 1-0 just over two minutes into the game after Ashton Underhill found the back of the net for Yukon. Nunavut would pull ahead early in the second period on a... Read More

  • Gymnastics

    Team Quebec takes gold in women’s artistic gymnastics team final at Canada Games

    Sunday, 17th February 2019

    Team Quebec stood on top of the podium on Sunday night at the Collicut Centre in Red Deer, AB as they took the gold medal in the team final of the women’s artistic gymnastics competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Ontario captured silver, while the home team of Alberta grabbed the bronze.

    Quebec competed in the third subdivision... Read More

  • wheelchair

    Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Quebec emerged victorious on the opening day of wheelchair basketball competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta.

    Sunday, 17th February 2019

    Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Quebec emerged victorious on the opening day of wheelchair basketball competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta.

    Hosts and top seed Alberta were the only team to play twice today, and they remained undefeated as they overpowered Newfoundland and British Columbia on home turf.  ... Read More

  • Boxing Feb 17

    Recap Boxing – Day 1

    Sunday, 17th February 2019

    On the third day of the 2019 Canada Winter Games, boxing made its debut in front of a full crowd at Westerner Park. With sixteen exciting bouts on opening night, 32 boxers stepped into the ring and gave their all hoping to access the semifinals tomorrow.

    With nine provinces in action, Team BC made its presence known by claiming 4 wins... Read More

  • tt

    Table Tennis Day 1

    Saturday, 16th February 2019

    Competition began today at Westerner Park with team divisional rounds. Under excellent playing conditions the players quickly overcame some early jitters and put on quite a show for a large throng of enthusiastic spectators some of whom were witnessing competitive table tennis for the first time.

    The initial round... Read More

  • Speed skating - long track recap - February 17

    Speed skating - long track recap - February 17

    Monday, 18th February 2019

    Long track speed skating day two saw 30 medals handed out to 25 competitors who set 3 new Canada Winter Games (CWG) records and 4 new track records!  The distances raced today were the 500m and the team pursuit. In the 500m distance competitors race 2 races; one in each lane (outer, and Inner) to create an even playing field due to the varying... Read More

  • Biathlon - February 17

    Biathlon - February 17

    Monday, 18th February 2019

    February 17 was the first day of competition for biathlon at River Bend Golf & Recreation Area. The race was a sprint distance which means 7.5km for the men and 6km for the women with 2 bouts of shooting, once prone and once standing. Temperatures were cold and the wind gusty making shooting in the range a challenge for even the most... Read More

  • Jaime Czarkowski, de l’équipe d’Alberta, prend la tête de la compétition en solo aux Jeux d’hiver du Canada 2019

    Team Alberta's Jaime Czarkowski takes the lead in solo event at 2019 Canada Winter Games

    Monday, 18th February 2019

    The artistic swimming competition of the 2019 Red Deer Canada Winter Games kicked off on Sunday with the presentation of the solo technical event. Held at the Sport Centre in Calgary, the event featured 19 athletes representing 9 provinces as well as the Yukon territory.

    In the technical program, athletes present a 2-minute... Read More

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