Canada’s les Suprêmes slip to fourth at Leon Lurje Trophy

GOTHENBURG, Sweden – Les Suprêmes from St-Léonard, Que., finished fourth on Sunday at the Leon Lurje Trophy synchronized skating competition.

Paradise from Russia won the gold medal with 234.35 points, the Helsinki Rockettes from Finland were second at 225.13, Haydenettes from the U.S. fourth at 213.81 and les Suprêmes followed at 209.90.

The Canadians were third after Saturday’s short program.

Skating for les Suprêmes were Jessica Allaire, Rebecca Allaire, Karianne Bégin, Julia Bernardo, Laurie Désilets. Olivia Di Giandomenico, Molly Katherine Farber, Lisanne Foley, Laurie Raphaelle Gauthier, Peter Gerome, Giulia Hart-Lewis, Sora Hatano, Grace Carol LeTouzel, Dana Malowany, Agathe Sigrid Merlier, Andréanne Paradis, Martha Maria Pietrasik, Alessia Malissa Pollletta, Florene Poulin and Édouard Tremblay.

In junior competition, Sunrise from Russia won the gold, Fintastic from Finland was second and Starlights from the U.S. were third.

Les Suprêmes Juniors were sixth out of 15 entries.

The skaters for les Suprêmes were Amelia Asparian, Solène Aymard, Émilie Beaucage, Julia Caponi, Lynnson Ceneston, Loriana Cocca, Alice Cormier, Jade Deschênes, Thea Julia Dimbu, Natasha Gligorijevic, Victoria Gligorijevic, Charlotte Grutter, Alessia Hart-Lewis, Frédérique Hébert-Mondragon, Joséphine Kawa, Astrid Kumpulainen, Morgane Launay-Boireau, Olivia Ronca, Lauren Santori and Anne-Laurence Trudeau.

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