Beijing Olympics: Canada wins gold in men’s short track speed skating relay, Hamelin’s 6th medal

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Canada’s Charles Hamelin won his sixth Olympic medal on Thursday after he and his teammates Steven Dubois, Jordan Pierre-Gilles and Pascal Dion won gold in the short-track 5,000-metre speed skating relay. The 37-year-old has won at least one medal in five different winter Olympics, making him the most decorated male winter Olympian, and holds the record with

Meanwhile, the men’s curling team has qualified for the medal round with one draw remaining in round-robin play against Great Britain, and depending on results Wednesday night, they will either square off against Great Britain again or Sweden in the semifinals.

Mike Arsenault has all the latest details on the Beijing Olympics as Canada’s women’s hockey team prepares to face off against the U.S. for a chance at payback after losing to the Americans in 2018.

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