| ||Kharis Ralph & Asher Hill |
The step from the Novice Level to Junior is huge, so when someone moves from one podium to the other in one year, it’s a major accomplishment. Kharis Ralph and Asher Hill were last year’s Novice Ice Dance Champions and are this year’s Junior Ice Dance Champions, winning all three parts of the event. They were awarded BMO Possibility Awards.
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| ||Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers |
If there could be an award for the most improved, these next recipients would win hands-down. They “wowed” us with a dynamic free program that included an amazing triple Lutz throw. Winners of a BMO Possibility Awards are the silver medalists in the Junior Pair event, Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers from Saskatchewan.
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| ||Myriane Samson |
She was fast, she was exciting, she was passionate and she brought the audience to life with a great short program performance. From Quebec, the winner of a BMO Possibility Award is Myriane Samson.
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| ||Kevin Reynolds |
As the sport moves ahead the technical boundaries keep being pushed higher. One young man created a new Canadian first ever milestone this week by performing a quad toe, triple toe-triple loop in competition. The recipient of the final Possibility Award was Kevin Reynolds.