One of figure skating's brightest stars and most colourful characters is gone. Toller Cranston, a larger-than-life star on and off the ice who helped revolutionize the sport, died at his home in Mexico from an apparent heart attack, a Skate Canada spokesperson said Saturday. He was 65.
Remembering Toller Cranston
Debbi Wilkes, Brian Orser and Patrick Chan share their memories of Toller Cranston and discuss the legacy that the legendary Canadian figure skater will leave behind.
Nguyen wins Canadian men's singles title at National Skating Championships
Nam Nguyen of Toronto captured his first Canadian senior men's figure skating title on Saturday. The win completed a personal sweep for the 16-year-old, who now has a senior title to go with his previous juvenile, pre-novice, novice and junior crowns.
Daleman wins first Canadian women's singles figure skating title
Gabrielle Daleman captured her first Canadian women's figure skating title on Saturday and secured her spot on the world championship team. The 17-year-old from Newmarket, Ont., skated an almost flawless performance to win gold with 186.02 points and beat a field that was missing defending champion Kaetlyn Osmond.
Duhamel, Radford capture fourth Canadian pairs title with national record performance
Meagan Duhamel of Lively, Ont., and Eric Radford of Balmertown, Ont., captured their fourth Canadian pairs title with a national record performance. The duo scored 150.69 and a total 230.19, both Canadian championship records.
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