Short Track Team Holds Media Availability Ahead of World Cup Season
Media invited to interview skaters at Maurice Richard Arena on Tuesday, October 12
MONTREAL, QUEBEC – Speed Skating Canada invites members of the media to speak with the short track athletes that will repesent Canada at the first two ISU World Cup competitions of the 2021-2022 season, which will take place in Beijing, China (October 21-24) and Nagoya, Japan (October 28-31).
The skaters and coaches will be available for interviews on Tuesday, October 12 from 12:00PM to 1:00PMET at the Maurice Richard Arena. Media are also welcome to shoot b-roll of national team training from 10:45am to 11:45am.
Please confirm your attendance and identify the skaters you would like to interview during the media availability session with Alain Brouillette.
NOTE: All media members planning to attend are required to complete the COVID-19 Questionnaire prior to their arrival at the arena.
The full list of athletes who who will compete at the ISU World Cup Short Track events in Beijing and Nagoya can be found below, along with the distances they have been provisionally assigned to participate in.Women’s Team
- Kim Boutin (500m, 1000m, 1500m, Relay)
- Courtney Sarault (1000m, 1500m, Relay)
- Florence Brunelle (500m, 1000m, Relay)
- Alyson Charles (500m, Relay)
- Camille De Serres-Rainville (1500m, Relay)
- Danaé Blais (Relay)
- Steven Dubois (500m, 1000m, 1500m, Relay)
- Pascal Dion (1000m, 1500m, Relay)
- Charles Hamelin (1000m, 1500m, Relay)
- Jordan Pierre Gilles (500m, Relay)
- Maxime Laoun (500m, Relay)
- William Dandjinou (Relay)
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