Brian McKeever won his second gold medal of the first ever IPC World Cup on his home track after taking first place in the men's 20-kilometre visually impaired classic-ski race on Thursday. McKeever, 34, won the race in a time of 54 minutes 55.4 seconds. The event is serving as one of his final tune-ups for the Canadian Olympic trials next year. Full Story.(Photo: Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Images)
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Host Russia, the United States, Canada and Japan have qualified for the team figure skating event, which is making its Olympic debut in Sochi. Italy, France, China, Germany, Ukraine and Britain also qualified for the event, which is designed to be similar to the team competition in gymnastics. Full Story.
Canada will be the third seed in women's team pursuit at the upcoming Winter Olympics after a fifth-place finish on Sunday at a long-track speedskating World Cup event. Winnipeg's Brittany Schussler, Ottawa's Ivanie Blondin and Regina's Kali Christ posted a six-lap time of three minutes 2.81 seconds, missing out on a bronze medal by 0.77 seconds. Full Story.