January 22nd 2010- Long Track Speed Skating News

Here’s a bit of long track speed skating news from the last few days.

As we head into the weekend, I recommend that you begin your browsing with these links; Clara Hughes’ entry WITH GLOWING HEARTS, Tim’s ProSkateShots’ pictures Weissensee-TalentTrofee2010, and Daniel Yeow-’s most recent entry Introducing….

I’ve got a very busy weekend ahead of me, which will include;

  • …see my friend later tonight & play Wii- I will destroy Morgane & Gero
  • …train on Saturday morning
  • …meeting for a marathon on Saturday afternoon
  • …train on Saturday evening
  • …update SSW at some point on Saturday
  • …skate on Sunday morning
  • …supervise & direct a choir of 100 children who’ll sing the Canadian National Anthem at the O.H.L. game
  • …weights on Sunday afternoon
  • …work on term-2 report cards
  • …update SSW at some point on Sunday


Photo from Tims ProSkateShots

Stephen Colbert has been a huge advocate this year for the Winter Olympics. His show is the official sponsor of the U.S. Speedskating team and in a recurring bit over the last few months Colbert has tried to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team in a variety of different events. From luge to curling, Colbert has been trying in every way possible to make the Olympic team, in hilarious fashion.

The reality of preparing for the Olympics means missing some of the best moments leading into the Games. In fact, I’ve only been to one opening ceremony in my Olympic life. That life spans four rounds, thus far. What I’ve always done, however, is live moments like these through the people experiencing them.


Photo from Schaatsenzo.nl

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