Canadian Skaters Climb the Podium at the Adult International Figure Skating Competition
OBERSTDORF, GERMANY (May 23, 2023) – Canadian athletes came away with 23 medals over the weekend at the 17th International Adult Figure Skating Competition taking place in Oberstdorf, Germany. Over 40 adult skaters and one synchronized skating team were competing for Canada at the six-day international competition.
“Once again this has been a great competition and our Canadian skaters performed exceptionally well against some very tough competition,” said Diana Barkley, member of the ISU Adult Figure Skating Group. “We are so fortunate in Canada to have access to ice, highly qualified coaches and the support of Skate Canada.”
The following Canadian skaters took home medals in their respective categories:
Gary Beacom – Masters Elite Men IV Free Skating & Masters Elite Men IV Artistic Free Skating
Karen Ciprietti – Bronze Women IV Artistic Free Skating & Bronze Women IV Free Skating
Christopher Giuliani-Berneck – Masters Elite Men I & Masters Men I Free Skate
Alanna Rittich – Silver Women IV Artistic Free Skating
Natasha Taylor – Masters Women II Artistic Free Skating
Angie Zurita – Bronze Women III B Free Skating
Team Force – Synchronized Skating Adult
Patricia Clarke – Bronze Women IIIB Free Skating
Cathy Lund & Fred Gutz – Ice Dance Silver Free Dance
Linda Maundrell – Bronze Women V Artistic Free Skating
Donald Murray – Gold Men III + IV Free Skating
Ryoko Natori – Masters Elite Women I & II Artistic Free Skating
Barbara Tkach – Silver Women V Free Skating & Silver Women V Artistic Free Skating
Tanner White – Masters Men I Artistic Skating
Angie Zurita – Bronze Women III Artistic Free Skating (A group)
Patricia Clarke – Bronze Women III Artistic Free Skating (A group)
Joanne Johnson – Bronze Women V Free Skating
Jonathon Keuhl – Silver Men I + II Free Skating
Lesley Ricci – Silver Women IV Artistic Free Skating
Karen Smith – Gold Women III Free Skating
For full competition results, click here.
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