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Annyeong Pyeongchang! Běijīng láile! Goodbye Pyeongchang, Beijing, here we come!

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Photo: COC/Jason Ransom

The curtain has fallen on the XXIIIrd Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Sixteen athletes from the Quebec City area were part of the Canadian delegation that returned home from South Korea with a record total of 29 medals, two more than at the 2010 Vancouver games.

Snowshoeing and ducks at the Domaine de Maizerets

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Voice of English-speaking Quebec (VEQ) and Be Active Quebec (BAQ) held their fourth annual snowshoeing activity for newcomers on Feb. 17. Some 25 people gathered for the event at the Domaine de Maizerets.

2018 Olympics: Bronze for Beaulieu-Marchand of Quebec

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Photo: Vincent Ethier/COC

Quebec City skier Alex Beaulieu-Marchand won a bronze medal in the men’s ski slopestyle event on Feb. 18, at the Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, becoming the first Canadian man to win an Olympic medal in slopestyle skiing.

Rouge et Or get back on track with second blowout win

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Photo: Dan Gilbert

The Université Laval Rouge et Or men’s basketball team won their second consecutive game of the season, and did so in the most convincing way possible, trouncing the Citadins from the Université du Québec à Montréal ​(UQAM) by a score of 94-42 on Feb. 17 at the PEPS.

Blazers, Irish hoops teams get busy as they head toward March Break

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Photo: Luc Lang

It’s been a pretty busy week, once again, for basketball teams at local anglophone high schools as they head into March Break.

The St. Patrick’s High School Fighting Irish junior girls are holding onto first place in the CC division, with an impressive 53-27 win over the Diables of Donnacona Feb. 16 to raise their record for the season to eight wins and two losses.

Canada’s Olympic success: Being one with winter

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As of this writing, the Winter Olympic Games are well underway in distant Pyeongchang, South Korea. Canada has sent its largest delegation ever to the competition – 225 athletes, competing in all 15 of the events in the snow, ice and sliding competitions.

Rouge et Or drop fourth straight game, fall to 6-6 on season

The Laval Rouge et Or men’s basketball team lost their fourth consecutive game of the season, falling to the Bishop’s University Gaiters by a score of 80-74 in RSEQ action at the PEPS this past Sunday.

Canadians host Japanese Pee-Wee hockey players

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

As most of the world has their eyes on the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, Quebec City turns its focus toward 59th International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament at the Centre Vidéotron.

This year, 120 teams from across the globe are competing in five categories: AAA, AA, AA-Elite, International B and Scolaire.

St. Pat’s sweep both games versus bantam Blazers

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Photo: Luc Lang

It was a busy week in high school basketball for both the Quebec High School Blazers and the St. Patrick’s High Fighting Irish – specifically in the boys’ Bantam CC division, where the Blazers faced both St. Pat’s teams this week.

An award-winning Olympic display at Holland School

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

In honour of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, students at Holland Elementary School set up this display in the school’s main entrance, with Canadian flags, Olympic rings, and “torches” representing the Olympic flame. Go Team Canada!

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