Canada’s Les Suprêmes win bronze at synchronized skating international

EINDHOVEN, Netherlands – Les Suprêmes from St-Léonard, Que., won the bronze medal Saturday in the junior event at the Lumiere Cup synchronized skating competition.

Musketeers from Finland maintained top spot for the gold with 189.32 points, their compatriots Valley Bay Synchro were second at 184.04 and the Canadiand followed in third at 181.74. There were 13 entries.

Les Suprêmes were second after Friday’s short program but lost a spot with their free while Valley Bay gained a position.

Skating for les Suprêmes were Jade Deschênes, Solène Aymard, Émilie Beaucage, Julia Caponi, Alona Chabalin-Zea, Alice Cormier, Thea Dimbu, Natasha Gligorijevic, Victoria Gligorijevic, Charlotte Grutter, Josephine Kawa, Astrid Kumpulainen, Audrey-Ann Lajeunesse, Audrey Landrey, Mia Lasalle, Olivia Ronca, Simona Ronca, Lauren Santori, Frédérique Savard and Sara Squalli.

“The performance felt very good,” said Deschênes. “We had extremely strong energy throughout and we were very confident in our skate.”

Les Suprêmes won gold at the 2019 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships in Waterloo, Ont. The team then went on to place sixth at the 2019 World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships. They are coached by Marilyn Langlois, Pascal Denis, Kassandra Patenaude and Cathy Dalton.

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