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Mirthful Danish Long Track Ice Speed Skating Team Video

 

 

Somehow I ended up looking at skate videos on Youtube again. Here'1s more from Kevin Jagger (Mr. LongTrackLongShot.com) - the guy who jacked it all in with his day job to concentrate on trying to make it in the longtrack ice world. 

 

Speed Skating from my POV (with Phoenix)

 

Mr. Jagger Vs. Cindy Klassen 500m

 

And for comic relief, discover the Danish Speed Team's secret to success.

 

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Vote for Your Favorite Ice Speedskating Video in Contest from Canada

If you have a few minutes to watch some videos about ice speedskating stories indoors and out, check out this contest where you can vote on which ones go to the next round. I assume United Statesians can vote! Check out the video from Canada's skaters... http://www.ingspeedskatingchallenge.com/video.php Methinks thou must yield thine (or someone's!) email address to vote...or at least something that looks like an email address. But watching the videos is fine for me.

Locations

Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
45° 25' 24.5784" N, 75° 41' 52.5588" W
Calgary, Alberta
Canada
51° 3' 18.5364" N, 114° 3' 44.7768" W
Kamloops, British Columbia
Canada
50° 40' 35.7924" N, 120° 20' 20.3568" W
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada
43° 35' 17.5488" N, 79° 38' 30.1956" W
Portland, Ontario
Canada
44° 41' 54.348" N, 76° 11' 23.1792" W
Varennes, Quebec
Canada
45° 41' 12.894" N, 73° 25' 55.3152" W
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Legally Blind Hockey Player Plans Inline Skate from Toronto to Vancouver for Charity in 2009

They told Mark DeMontis he'd never play hockey again. They were wrong. Now he's planning to skate across most of Canada this summer, despite being legally blind, all for charity, to help others like him enjoy skating and life.

DeMontis was a triple-A hockey player in Toronto with hopes of an NCAA scholarship when he was diagnosed with Leber's optic neuropathy, an eye disease that left him legally blind at age 17.

Location

Toronto, Ontario
Canada
43° 40' 12.8388" N, 79° 23' 12.318" W
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