Canada is famous for Winter Sports
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Canada is famous for Winter Sports

by Shun
(Japan)

Canada is famous for winter sports. For example, skiing, ice skating, ice hockey, and so on. One third of their country's climatic zone is tundra, so Canada has a lot of snow in winter and is very cold. That is why winter sports is popular in Canada.

Ice hockey is one of the most popular winter sports in Canada. Canadians love ice hockey, and you can see many children playing hockey on the ground if you go Canada. It is said that ice hockey is like martial arts, because many players are aggressive. Some players brawl and interrupt a game. I think it is fun to watch ice hockey, and one day I would like to watch a game in Canada.

Canada won the final game and got the gold medal in the last Olympic Winter Games that was held in Vancouver.

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