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The Canadian Press Posted:Nov 17, 2012 1:02 PM ET
Denny Morrison and Christine Nesbitt raced to World Cup victories Saturday for Canada's first medals of the speedskating season.
The 27-year-old Morrison, from Fort St. John, B.C., won the men's 1,000 metres in one minute 9.43 seconds, edging Pekka Koskela of Finland by 0.08 seconds....Read Full Post »
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Date posted: 01/21/2012 by speedskating.ca
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Denny Morrison of Fort St. John, B.C., won his third medal this season taking the silver in the 1,000 metres in one minute and 7.39 seconds at Essent ISU World Cup (sprint) in Salt Lake City. The 500-metre and 1,000-metre races will be repeated on Sunday.
“Good races, so I was happy with them,” said Morr...Read Full Post »
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Solid start of season for Denny Morrison
With several podium finishes at the first World Cups of the season, Denny Morrison gave a good start to the 2011-2012 season. Where the post-Olympic season was disappointing for him due to an admitted lack of training, and as such served as a wake up call, this season was preceded by a good summer, jam-packed with motivated training, which has translated into solid results on the ice so far. With these promising results unde...Read Full Post »
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Audio (MP3): Denny Morrison
OTTAWA – In the third last pairing of today’s final race at the long track speed skating Essent ISU World Cup in Astana, Kazakhstan, Denny Morrison of Fort St. John, B.C., gave Canada its only medal of the day with a silver in...Read Full Post »
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By Speedskating Canada- Date posted: 01/30/2011
Denny Morrison (Fort St. John, BC) demonstrated he’s back in fine form, adding yet another medal to his collection. Morrison skated to silver in the men’s 1000m event in a time of 1:09.57; adding to his 1500m silver medal from Frid...Read Full Post »
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By Gary Kingston, Vancouver Sun January 28, 2011 2:05 PM
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He’s still not quite back to the old Denny Morrison — supremely fit, brimming with confidence — but the long track speed skater from Fort St. John is edging ever closer after going back to some old equipment.
Morrison, skating o...Read Full Post »
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Date posted: 01/28/2011by Speed Skating Canada
Denny Morrison skated a strong 1500m race, finishing in 1:46.25 to capture the silver medal. Gold went to Ivan Skobrev of Russia (1:45.49) and Mark Tuitert of the Netherlands managed to win the bronze medal in 1:46.59. This is a second individual podium finish this season for Morrison, who won a bronze medal in the 1000m at the last World Cup this Fall.
“My race went pretty good, but ther...Read Full Post »
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Date posted: 03/12/2010 by Speed Skating Canada
Denny Morrison of Fort St. John, B.C., won the silver medal in the men’s 1,500 metres on Friday at the World Cup Final in long track speed skating. Morrison clocked 1:46.12 finishing behind Shani Davis of the U.S., first at 1:45.20. Kjeld Nuis of the Netherlands took the bronze in 1:46.61.
Kristina Groves of Ottawa was the top Canadia...Read Full Post »
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Denny Morrison, 7th in the 1000m and best Canadian result today
Date posted: 03/06/2010 by Speedskating Canada
“It’s back to normal!” commented Alberta’s Jamie Gregg. One week after the jubilent crowds at the Richmond Olympic Oval, Canada’s long track speed skaters were back on the ice – this time in Erfurt, Germany. The best Canadian performance of the ...Read Full Post »
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VANCOUVER - CANADA-U.S.-SEQUEL
After beating the United States in the long-track speedskating team pursuit final, Canada's men were hoping the hockey team could repeat the feat in Sunday's gold-medal game.
Denny Morrison, Mathieu Giroux and Lucas Makowsky were actually pretty confident about it.
"For sure Canada wins," said Morrison.
Giroux: "I think with (Roberto) Luongo in the net, I think we're just g...Read Full Post »
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