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Ten out of Canadians

Vancouverite Jeremy Ten will not be competing at the 2011 BMO Canadian Championships in Victoria. Ten underwent surgery, originally scheduled for March, on January 4th to repair a bone impingement.

According to the Globe & Mail, Ten says the decision was made in order to protect his health as well as not to sacrifice the 2011/12 season.

“As far as I know, the surgery was a success,” Ten told SkateToday. “I’ll be having my follow-up on January 13th to see how my ankle is healing and to gain more information. I’m hoping for a full recovery that will allow me to train pain free for the first time in over a year. I can’t wait to get back on the ice and be more well-trained and stronger for next season.”

We can’t wait to see Jeremy back on the ice! Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery.

— Photo by Brett Barden

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