Why the election could impact Canadian Olympians

This is an excerpt from The Buzzer, CBC Sports’ daily email newsletter. Stay up to date with what’s happening in sport by subscribing here. Election May Affect Canada’s Participation in Upcoming Olympics It’s election day in Canada and, judging by the latest opinion polls, the tally could go into overtime. …

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Jerry Solomon Joins SPIRE Institute & Academy as Senior Vice President of Business Development | New

GENEVA, Ohio, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – SPIRE Institute & Academy (IA), the elite Ohio the sports boarding school known for its first-class facilities, exceptional coaching staff and academic excellence, hosts a world-renowned sports agent and event producer, Jerry Solomon, as a consultant and senior vice president of …

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Margaux Hackett adds to proud family history with first selection at Olympic Winter Games

Joe Allison / Getty Images Margaux Hackett and her father AJ speak on Sunday as the New Zealand Olympic Committee athletes will be selected for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. Freestyle skier Margaux Hackett will add another chapter to her family’s history when she competes in the Beijing …

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New community skate park opens in Benson

The new community skate park in the village of Benson Submitted by CALA Homes A brand new skate park was unveiled this week in Benson, Oxfordshire, with an impressive display of professional skaters and a specially commissioned piece of graffiti art. CALA Homes (Chiltern) worked with CANVAS Spaces on the …

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Caluza 10th at US Figure Skating Championships

Christopher Caluza took 10th place at the 2021 US International Figure Skating Classic in Massachusetts over the weekend. Caluza obtained a combined score of 175.64, or 62.03 for the short program and 113.61 for the free skate. Philippine Skating Union President Nikki Cheng is optimistic about Caluza’s achievement as it …

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Meet the Skatebomb Girls, the all-female roller skating team

The Skatebomb Girls on a weekend rollout Everyone is familiar with the follies of midlife, and they keep coming. After roller skating took its turn on TikTok, thousands of Filipinos began to embrace the hobby as well. The Skatebomb Girls, one of Metro Manila’s premier roller skating teams, is a …

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Bronze medalists secure early spot for Winter Olympics

Olympic Winter Games bronze medalists Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous lead a group of five athletes named to the New Zealand squad to compete in next year’s Beijing Games. Nico Porteous Photo: Athletic Sadowski-Synnott (snowboard and big air slopestyle) and Porteous (freeski halfpipe) are both reigning world champions and won …

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Restaurant closes after obtaining $ 464,040 in COVID funds; owner accuses government and then retracts | Restaurants

Now knowing that McKay’s lease was ending “and not giving us any notice it was devastating,” she said. Suiter, 37, who was a bakery worker at Pine Cone for the past year, said she was unsure whether McKay used the P3 money to pay his staff, but said he employed …

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Winners of the Shine Mural Festival + Hispanic Heritage Art Competition

Happy Sunday Tampa! Let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note. Are you a local business owner or trader in Tampa? Our premium local sponsorships keep you on top of inboxes in town every morning. Contact us here for the truth. First …

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Ponoka keeps municipal facilities open with new restrictions

All youth programs and swimming lessons, swim club and lane swimming will continue at the Aquaplex. Public swimming will be temporarily canceled as of Monday, September 20. Adult fitness classes will continue for participants who check in at reception before class begins and provide proof of vaccination, a negative, privately …

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