The 2022 Canadian short track champions had been topped on Sunday with Kim Boutin and Steven Dubois claiming the nationwide titles at the Canadian Short Track Championships in Quebec City.
It was the third consecutive nationwide title for each Olympians.
Boutin, a local of Sherbrooke, Que., gained each the 500m-2 (43.665) and 1,000m-2 (1:37.438) to convey her medal tally to 4 by way of the three days of competitors (three gold, one silver). The four-time Olympic medallist ended the weekend with 19,000 factors — 1,800 factors away from second-place finisher Courtney Sarault.
CHAMPIONS CANADIENS 2022 🏆<br>👩🦰 Kim Boutin <a href=”https://twitter.com/kimbtin?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@kimbtin</a> <br>👱♂️ Steven Dubois <a href=”https://twitter.com/stevendubois3?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@stevendubois3</a> <a href=”https://t.co/80p2lDvniQ”>pic.twitter.com/80p2lDvniQ</a>
Renée Steenge (43.758) and Rikki Doak (43.848) completed second and third respectively within the 500m, whereas Sarault (1:38.007) and Steenge (1:38.162) rounded out the rostrum within the 1,000m.
Dubois completed atop the boys’s leaderboard with 20,000 factors after profitable 4 gold medals — two within the 500m and one every within the 1,000m and 1,500m.
Dubois, a two-time Olympic medallist from Lachenaie, Que., posted a time of 40.574 to beat Maxime Laoun (40.807) and Mathieu Pelletier (41.852) within the 500m. He adopted it up by defeating Dion (1:28.394) and Félix Roussel (1:28.501) within the 1,000m with a time of 1:28.271.
Canada’s short track staff now turns their consideration to the worldwide season with the ISU World Cup Short Track in Montreal developing on Oct. 28.
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Maltais, Howe win mass begin nationwide titles
Valérie Maltais and Connor Howe every gained their first nationwide titles within the mass begin later within the day to wrap up the Canadian Long Track Championships.
Maltais, a local of Saguenay, Que., completed in 8:49.716 to edge Maddison Pearman (8:49.721) for the highest spot. Hometown skater Béatrice Lamarche (8:50.710) additionally reached the rostrum for her third bronze medal of the weekend.
Howe, a 22-year-old from Canmore, Alta., was beforehand topped the 1,500m champion on Saturday.
The worldwide lengthy track season kicks off with World Cup stops in Norway and the Netherlands in November earlier than heading again to Canada for 3 competitions in December.
The ISU Four Continents Championships are scheduled to run from Dec. 2-4 in Quebec City, adopted by World Cups 3 and 4 in Calgary on the weekends of Dec. 9/11 and 16-18.
WATCH | 2022 Canadian Long Track Championships – Women’s & males’s mass begin: