Young figure skaters ready for national spotlight at 2019 Canada Winter Games
RED DEER, Alberta – Some of Canada’s premier young figure skaters are set to step into the national spotlight at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta.
The figure skating competition kicks off Week 2 at the Canada Winter Games, with competition getting underway on Monday, February 25th at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre. Skaters will compete in pre-novice, novice and Special Olympics events.
Skating fans can get a rinkside seat to the competition with live streaming of the Canada Games. Don’t forget to join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #CGFigureSkating.
Reigning Canadian novice men’s champion Wesley Chiu, representing British Columbia, and Canadian novice women’s champion Kaiya Ruiter of Alberta headline the novice competitors in Red Deer.
All four pre-novice national champions will also take to the ice at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre: John Kim (Ontario, pre-novice men), Audrey Carle (Ontario, pre-novice women), Lily Wilberforce/Aidan Wright (Ontario, pre-novice pair) and Sandrine Gauthier /Quentin Thieren (Quebec, pre-novice ice dance).
To see a full list of competitors by event, please visit the Canada Winter Games figure skating page. Once the competition gets underway, you can also visit Skate Canada’s Canada Winter Games event page for start orders and results.
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