Canadian Synchronized Skating Teams Kick off Their International Season

OTTAWA, ON (January 16, 2024) – Canadian junior and senior synchronized skating teams will begin their international competitive season this month with two events – the 2024 Budapest Cup which will take place in Budapest, Hungary from January 19-21, 2024 and the Trophy d’Écosse which will be held in Dumfries, Great Britain from January 26-27, 2024. 

Les Suprêmes, the reigning World Champions and newly minted 2024 Canadian Senior Champions, and NEXXICE senior, the 2023 Canadian Champions, will compete in the senior division at the Budapest Cup, while the Nova junior team, bronze medallists at the Canadian Championships last weekend in Calgary, and Golding Ice Junior, will compete in the junior division. 

At the Trophy d’Écosse, Canada will be represented by the junior teams from NEXXICE, who were the Canadian junior champions in 2023 and silver medallists at the recent 2024 Canadian National Championships, and Ice Ignite who finished fourth at the recent national championships. 

Name | Coaches | Training Location 



Les Suprêmes | Marilyn Langlois & Pascal Denis | Saint-Léonard, Que. 

NEXXICE | Shelley Simonton-Barnett & Jennifer Beauchamp-Crichton| Burlington, Ont.   


Golding Ice Junior| Vanessa D’Amico & François-Xavier Ouellette | Blainville, Que.

Nova Juniors | Nadine Tougas & Trina McKellar | St-Hubert, Que. 



NEXXICE Junior | Trish Perdue-Mills | Burlington, Ont. 

ICE Ignite Junior | Sheri Moir & Cara Moir | Ilderton, Ont. 

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