Canada grabs 2 medals in short track World Cup opener
Canada opened up the short track World Cup season on a strong note, grabbing two medals in Calgary on Saturday.
Courtney Lee Sarault won bronze in the women's 1500-metre, and Alyson Charles took home bronze in the women's 500.
🇨🇦's Courtney Sarault has a VERY strong race in her World Cup debut and settles for silver in an extremely close 1,500m photo finish<a href="https://t.co/q8c7pMh1eF">https://t.co/q8c7pMh1eF</a> <a href="https://t.co/ea7zK0g1mT">pic.twitter.com/ea7zK0g1mT</a>—@CBCOlympics
Alyson Charles avoids a late race wipe out and picks up short track bronze in her World Cup debut<br><br>Watch Road to the Olympic Games: <a href="https://t.co/q8c7pMh1eF">https://t.co/q8c7pMh1eF</a> <a href="https://t.co/XuMI2i6HVy">pic.twitter.com/XuMI2i6HVy</a>—@CBCOlympics
On the men's side, Pascal Dion and Samuel Girard both took part in the 1500, with Dion finishing sixth, and Girard winning the B final.
The rest of the event will finish off Sunday, and will be streamed live on CBCSports.ca.