Christine Nesbitt

Marc McMorris

Canadians to watch in Sochi

These medal hopefuls are gunning to be the best in the world
Christine Nesbitt

Canadians to watch at the Olympics: Christine Nesbitt

The speedskater won gold in Vancouver. She hopes to do even better in Sochi.
Good news, bad news

Good news, bad news: Jan. 23-Feb. 3, 2011

Calgary speed skater Christine Nesbitt sets new women’s world record, while Syria’s civil war continues to cause carnage
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The Greatest one

Clara Hughes is the only person to win multiple medals at both the Summer and Winter Olympics. But, for Canada’s role-model athlete, it’s not about gold, silver or bronze.
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We were best when it counted

The Vancouver Games started as a ‘crazy’ dream and ended up a wondrous spectacle that transfixed and, just maybe, transformed a nation
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Speed Demons

Canada’s women speed skaters demand perfection. Even winning medals wasn’t quite enough.
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A Silver Lining on a Bad Weekend

Kristina Groves places second in the 1500m, turning the page on a disappointing weekend for Canada
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Christine Nesbitt: Canada’s self-critical sweetheart

Gold is great, but to her, it wasn’t perfect
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Stephen Colbert: Fair-weather friend?

U.S. Speed skating’s patron was AWOL for Canada’s big day.