OTTAWA, ON: Canada will be sending three synchronized skating teams to the 26th annual 2020 French Cup, in Rouen, France from January 31-February 2, 2020. This event is an ISU (International Skating Union) sanctioned event and will see teams competing in novice, junior and senior.

In junior, NEXXICE junior will be the first of two junior teams representing Canada. This season, the team finished third at the California Cup and most recently qualified for the 2020 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships after finishing second at the annual Winterfest competition. The team is coached by Trish Perdue-Mills.

Les Supremes junior will be the second team representing Canada in France. Earlier this season, the team won bronze at Lumiere Cup and most recently won gold at Winterfest, qualifying them for the 2020 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships. They are coached by Marylin Langlois.

In senior, Les Supremes senior will be the lone team representing Canada. This season, the team won bronze at the California Cup. They are coached by Marylin Langlois and Pascal Denis.

Mary Ellen McDonald, Senior Director, Operations, will be the team leader at the event. Andrew Bosco of Thorold, Ont., will be the Canadian official attending the event.

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