WATERLOO, Ont. – Nexxice, from Burlington, Ont., and Nova, from St-Hubert, Que., each won its second gold medal on Sunday at the 2019 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships.

In open competition, the top-three remained unchanged as Nexxice placed first with 147.45 points. Les Suprêmes, from St-Léonard, Que., were second at 143.33 and Les Pirouettes from Laval, Que., were third at 136.10.

Nova climbed from second spot after the first free skate on Saturday to win the gold with 108.11. Les Suprêmes were second at 105.06 and Gold Ice from Brampton, Ont., third at 100.27.

‘’We were stressed from yesterday,’’ said Nova skater Emma Grenier. ‘’But today we really went full out and it paid off.’’

On Saturday, Nova won the senior title and Nexxice was first in intermediate. Les Suprêmes were junior champions.

Note: Earlier today Skate Canada announced the teams for the 2019 ISU Synchronized Skating Championships.

Full results: https://sc3staging.skatecanada.ca/2019-skate-canada-synchronized-skating-championships/