Canada Wins Four Medals at the Spring Cup Synchronized Skating Competition
SESTO SAN GIOVANNI, Italy (February 19, 2023) – Les Suprêmes from St-Léonard, Que., won the gold medal in the senior event Sunday to highlight a four-medal day for Canada at the Spring Cup synchronized skating competition.
Les Suprêmes, the reigning world champions, hung on to the top spot earning 231.81 points. Unique, from Finland, won the free skate but it wasn’t enough to catch the Canadians finishing with 230.84. Canadian champions NEXXICE, from Burlington, Ont., were third at 228.41.
In junior competition, Lexettes from the U.S. ranked second in both the short and long programs but emerged with the gold medal with 188.50 points. Les Suprêmes won the free skate and moved from third to second with 187.81 and national junior champions NEXXICE took the bronze with 185.66.
Last week, NEXXICE Junior won gold at the Hevelius Cup in Poland leading a Canadian medal sweep. For full results, click here.
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