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Manitoba Speed Skating Association – The Manitoba Speed Skating Association is proud to announce Winnipeg, MB speed skater Tyson Langelaar and Clandeboye, MB Speed Skater Alexa Scott have qualified for the 2018 World Junior Championships for Long Track Speed Skating.

16-year-old Alexa Scott finished second Overall at the Canadian Junior Championships in Fort St John, BC February 2nd-4th. 
  • Results:
  • 1000m – Bronze
  • 1500m – Silver
  • 3000m – Silver
  • Overall – Silver
18-year-old Tyson Langelaar finished first overall at the Canadian Junior Championships:
  • Results: 
    • 500m – Silver
    • 500m – Bronze
    • 1000m – Silver
    • 1000m – Silver
    • 1500m – Gold
    • 5000m – Gold
    • Overall – Gold
Langelaar will be returning to the Junior World Championships after medalling 4 times at last years Junior World Championships in Helsinki, Finland. Scott will be making her Junior World debut. 
Please join us in congratulating Tyson and Alexa on their outstanding achievements as we wish him them the best of luck in Salt Lake City at the Junior World Championships March 9th-11th, 2018!
Furthermore Manitoba Provincial Coach, Tyler Williamson Derraugh has been selected by Speed Skating Canada as a part of the coaching staff for the event. Past Provincial Coach and Manitoba native Crispin Parkinson, now a Calgary Olympic Oval Coach, will also be attending as a part of the coaching team. Finally, Manitoba Olympian Mike Ireland, now a Team Alberta Coach, will also be attending as a coach for Team Canada. 
For further information, please contact:




Elizabeth W. Derraugh

Executive Director

Manitoba Speed Skating Association

145 Pacific Avenue

Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6

Cell 431-200-3179

Office 204-925-5657

Toll free 1-888-628-9921

Fax 204-925-5792