OTTAWA, ON (March 27, 2023) – Canada will be represented by two solid teams at the 2023 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships taking place in Lake Placid, USA from March 31 to April 1, 2023.
Les Suprêmes will be looking to defend their title after winning gold at the 2022 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in front of a home crowd. The national bronze medalists have had much international success this season, placing first at the 2023 Challenger Series Spring Cup and third at the 2023 Leon Lurje Trophy.
2023 national champions NEXXICE, who placed fourth at last year’s world championships, will also be aiming for the podium after the team brought home a gold medal from the 2023 Mozart Cup and a bronze medal from the 2023 Challenger Series Spring Cup.
The ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships kick off on Friday, March 31 with the short program, and end the following day with the free skate.
Team | Coaches | Training Location
Les Suprêmes | Marilyn Langlois, Pascal Denis & Amélie Brochu | St. Leonard, Que.
NEXXICE | Shelley Simonton Barnett & Anne Schelter | Burlington, Ont.
Team Leader – Dr. Shae Zukiwsky
Team Officials – Debra Armstrong & Karen Butcher
Judge – Andrew Bosco
Medical Team – Dr. Lydia Schultz & Paige Larson
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