Jacqueline Doorey is a digital host and producer for CBCSports.ca
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Canadian pairs duo Brooke McIntosh, Benjamin Mimar excited for senior Grand Prix debut on home ice
Despite making their partnership official just days before the pandemic hit, Brooke McIntosh and Benjamin Mimar are still one of Canada's newest and youngest Canadian pairs teams ready to make their senior Grand Prix debut Oct. 29 at Skate Canada in Mississauga, Ont.
Moore-Towers details struggle with long, trying season after passing on figure skating worlds
Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro's names were glaringly missing from the list of Canadian skaters competing at the 2022 world championships in Montpellier, France. It's been no secret this season — the teams' eighth — was designed to be their last.
Without Russia and China, other athletes ready to challenge for titles at figure skating worlds
With Russian and Belarusian skaters barred from competing due to the invasion of Ukraine, and China not sending its athletes, this is one of the most wide open world skating figure championship the sport has seen in years.
Absence of Russian, Chinese athletes sets table for figure skating worlds like no other
Between Russian skaters being banned from international competition due to the invasion of Ukraine, China not entering any skaters and a slew of other withdrawals, the 2022 world figure skating championships will be like none we’ve ever seen.
Beach volleyballers Bansley, Wilkerson hope final 2 tournaments serve as tune-up for Tokyo
The pandemic has made the long and winding road to Tokyo even more difficult for many Canadian Olympians, but especially for beach volleyball players Heather Bansley and Brandie Wilkerson.
World champions Pavan, Humana-Paredes 'finding ways to win' ahead of Tokyo
With just three months to go until Tokyo 2020, reigning beach volleyball world champions Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes are getting an Olympic preview in Cancun.
Radford-James partnership could give Canada boost for Beijing Olympics
Vanessa James and Eric Radford surprised the figure skating community by announcing a last-minute bid for a competitive season, which just so happens to be an Olympic year. But could this partnership really work? If it does, Canada's chances at the Beijing Olympics just got better.
Pairs skater Eric Radford ends retirement to team up with Vanessa James
Two-time world champion and three-time Olympic medallist Eric Radford announced he is coming out of retirement to skate for Canada once again, but this time with new partner Vanessa James, a European champion and world championship medallist who formerly competed for France.
One for all, all for one: Canadian figure skaters ready for quota battle at worlds
With Olympic quotas on the line, Canadian figure skaters will be competing for more than just medals at the world figure skating championships in Stockholm, Sweden, beginning Wednesday.
Lack of competition the wild card in figure skating world championships
It's been two years since figure skaters have had a world championship, and one year without international competition at all. But all that changes March 22 with the start of this year's figure skating world championships in Stockholm.