Winnipeg to Host Over 200 Canadian Skaters
OTTAWA, ON (November 23, 2022) – More than 200 skaters from across the country are set to compete at the 2022-2023 Skate Canada Challenge – Junior/Senior in Winnipeg, Manitoba from November 30 to December 3, 2022.
Skate Canada Challenge serves as a qualifying event for junior and senior skaters to earn entries to the 2023 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships, taking place in Oshawa, Ontario, from January 9 to 15, 2023. Participants registered for the event have previously qualified by advancing through their respective sectional championships.
Several notable athletes will be competing throughout the week, including Skate America ice dance and pairs bronze medalists Marie-Jade Lauriault & Romain Le Gac and Kelly Ann Laurin & Loucas Éthier, NHK Trophy bronze medalists Brooke McIntosh & Benjamin Mimar, as well as Manitoba-based Grand Prix finalists Ava Kemp & Yohnatan Elizarov.
Tickets will be sold on-site at Seven Oaks Arena at Garden City Community Centre with prices ranging from $25 (plus applicable fees) for single-day tickets, and $50 for all-event tickets.
For more information including the schedule, entries and start orders, click here.
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