Archive Monthly Archives: June 2014

Zach Daleman forging his own path

Here is a story I wrote on Zach Daleman for the Skate Canada website here: http://skatecanada.ca/AboutUs/NewsDetails/tabid/2157/sni%5B2797%5D/3570/language/en-US/Default.aspx

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South Korea embraces anonymous judging at ISU Congress

Say what? Are you kidding me? Are you really reading that headline correctly? Say it isn’t so! But it is. South Korea, the country that presented a petition with two million signatures protesting the results of the women’s event at the Sochi Olympics – and which certainly wasn’t served well by anonymous judging – voted […]

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Manley finding her true calling

Elizabeth Manley is a little engine that could. Her history reads like that and so does her future. Despite pestilence and famine, Manley chugs on, one blade in front of the other. Evidence: during rehearsals for her Elizabeth Manley & Friends ice show in Peterborough on April 5, Manley broke her back in three places, […]

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May Luck Be With You

Luck is something horsemen pray for, dream about, wink at, covet. At age 72, standardbred trainer Bill Cass has finally found it. For the first time in his life, he’s qualified a horse for the $1-million North America Cup at Mohawk Raceway. In the early days, Cass was known as a stalwart at folksy little […]

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Skating in the family for Eric Liu

Read here a story I’ve done for the Skate Canada website about a promising young Canadian skater:      

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