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Category Archive for "Headlines" | Patrick Chan

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Chan quickly rises to top of men's figure skating
In a sport that's infamous for its pecking order, Canadian star Patrick Chan simply decided to jump the queue.  And that came as absolutely no surprise to Kurt Browning. The two figure skaters became good friends during their years training together at Toronto's swanky Granite Club and Browning watched as the precocious 19-year-old Chan quickly muscled his way to the top of men's skating.  Full Story...
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Meet the 2010 Olympic Team for Figure Skating
Skate Canada is pleased to introduce the 2010 Olympic team for figure skating that will compete at the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, BC from February 12-28, 2010. The team consists of two entries in men’s, women, pair and ice dance for a total of eight entries and 12 skaters. Learn More...
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Chan To Stick With Program At Games
TORONTO - Canada's Patrick Chan has decided to shelve the quad jump for the Vancouver Olympics. The 19-year-old from Toronto had been cultivating the four-rotational jump over the past couple of months, but has never done one in competition and said attempting it at the Games would be too risky. "My decision is pretty certain now that I don't want to make any changes and risk putting the quad on the most important competition of probably my life," Chan said on a conference call Thursday from Colorado Springs, Colo. "We kind of went the way of sticking...
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DiManno: 'Humbled' skater Chan aims for
LONDON, ONT. - At around the four-minute mark of his program, about the point where Patrick Chan usually feels like "puking," he unleashed instead a furious and bedazzling piece of end-to-end footwork. "Oooh, that's the best part," the 19-year-old enthused later, after the gold medal and title defended and the Olympic team jacket and the victory lap. "I almost tripped at the end, if you look closely. That's how exciting it was. It almost knocked me off my blades." Read Full Story...
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