Denny picks up silver in team pursuit

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Canada’s women’s team won the women’s team pursuit, while the men claimed silver Sunday at the world single-distance speedskating championships.

Christine Nesbitt of London, Ont., and Winnipeg’s Brittany Schussler and Cindy Klassen crossed in a time of two minutes 59.74 seconds.

The Dutch team was second, with the German trio taking bronze.

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Canada’s men’s team of Denny Morrison of Fort St. John, B.C., Lukas Makowsky of Regina, and Mathieu Giroux of Montreal raced to a time of 3:41.85.

The United States won the gold in 3:41.72, while the Netherlands took bronze in 3:43.44.

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