Vincent De Haitre had been convinced that he could shatter the Canadian 1,000-metre record for years. He did it on Saturday at the opening day of the world sprint speedskating championships at the Olympic Oval.
Canada's Kripps, Lumsden race to world silver
Canada's Justin Kripps and Jesse Lumsden delivered when it counted, racing to a silver medal in two-man bobsled at the world championships on Sunday. "It is a huge, huge day for Jesse and I," said the 30-year-old Kripps. "It is awesome for us to have this result at the right time. My first world championship medal at my favourite track."
Hamelin wins bronze in 500 metres at WC
Canada's Francois Hamelin earned his first medal of the season, a bronze in the men's 500 metres on Sunday at the final World Cup stage of the short-track speed-skating season.
Canada's De Haitre, Blondin pre-qualify for Olympics
Vincent De Haitre earned the silver medal in the men's 1,000 metres and Ivanie Blondin collected bronze in the women's 5,000 metres on Saturday at the world single distance speedskating championships.
Winnipeg's Omega prepares for next chapter with New Japan
Before his return to the ring in Tokyo later this month, TSN.ca caught up with Kenny Omega to talk about his decision to remain with New Japan Pro Wrestling, the expansion of the Bullet Club, a potential return to North America and the WWE and what's next for the Winnipeg native.
2017 Winter X Games on TSN
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