Canada wins bronze medal at ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships

ZAGREB, Croatia – Les Suprêmes from St-Léonard, Que., won the bronze medal on Saturday at the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships.

Teams from Finland took the top-two spots earning 172.98 points and 166.73 points. Les Suprêmes followed at 162.09 to remain in third despite skating the second best long program of the day. Nexxice from Burlington, Ont., was fifth.

The Suprêmes team members were Rebecca Allaire, Alessia Arsenault, Julia Bernardo, Audrey-Anne Blouin, Charlotte Brière, Claudia Elizabeth Casillas Stone, Rachel Maria Cecere, Emma Maria Corona, Alessandra Criscuolo, Marie-Eve Deschenes, Gabrielle Gauthier-Roy, Kathleen Grandchamp, Nadia Lemay, Dana Malowany, Serena Miscione, Christina Morin, Alexia Nadai-Plante, Alessia Polletta, Florence Poulin and Sofya Squalli.

The Nexxice team members were Cassandra Ablack, Katelyn Blowe, Stephanie Collier, Alycia Giro, Julianna Fischer, Alycia Giro, Celina Hevesi, Taylor Johnson, Caitlin Lakowski, Laura Lorenco, Caroline Marr, Emiko Marr, Carolyn Matheson, Jessica Morgan, Rachel Ng, Inka Serkia, Johana Smalen, Claudia Smith, Alessandra Toso, Kayla Walker, Erica White, Brooklyn Williamson.

The ISU World Senior Synchronized Skating Championships are scheduled for Hamilton, Ont., April 10-11.

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