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Canada's Christine Nesbitt skates in the women's 1000 metres race at the World Cup Speed Skating competition in Heerenveen, the Netherlands November 15, 2009 REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (UNITED PHOTOS)
Canada's Christine Nesbitt skates in the women's 1000 metres race at the World Cup Speed Skating competition in Heerenveen, the Netherlands November 15, 2009 REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters (UNITED PHOTOS)

This week's big three Add to ...

1.) Whoosh!

Canada's speed skaters are on a roll going into the all-distance World Cup at Hamar, Norway next weekend. Staff writer Grant Robertson reports from Europe.

2.) Chan the Man?

Canadian champion Michael Chan returns to competition after recovering from a torn left calf muscle. Figure skating writer Beverley Smith reports from Skate Canada in Kitchener this week.

3.) Avoid at all costs...

...A watermelon craving this weekend, if you're headed to Regina. Allan Maki reports from the CFL Western Division final.

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