Morrison helps Canadian team pursuit to fifth in World Cup speed skating action

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HEERENVEEN, NETHERLANDS – Denny Morrison and the rest of the Canadian men’s Team Pursuit team of Ted-Jan Bloemen and Jordan Belchos took fifth place in today’s team pursuit at the ISU World Cup Long Track Speed Skating stage with a time of 3:44.62.

Last weekend, the Fort St. John native and his two teammates earned a silver medal in Astana, Kazakhstan. Morrison will be skating this weekend in the 1,000 metres on Saturday, and the 1,500 metres on Sunday.

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