Top Canadian Skaters Head to Waterloo for Novice Canadian Championships and Skate Canada Cup

OTTAWA, ON (February 13, 2024) – Following the conclusion of the Skate Canada Challenge – Pre-Novice/Novice earlier this month, the country’s best novice skaters are set to compete for national titles in men, women, pair, ice dance and synchronized skating from February 21-25, 2024, at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex in Waterloo, Ontario.  

The competition week will kick off with the 2024 Novice Canadian Championships featuring recently crowned Skate Canada Challenge gold medalists Rui Qin (men), Lia Cho (women), Remie Muramoto and Keith Lau (pair) and Laurence Brière and Julien Lévesque (ice dance), as well as many other up-and-coming talents.   

Later in the week, the country’s top synchronized skating teams will be competing for national titles in novice, open and intermediate at the 2024 Skate Canada Cup on February 24-25, 2024. Last year’s champions, Les Suprêmes (novice) and NEXXICE (intermediate, open) will be looking to defend their titles and bring home another medal.   

Single day and all-event tickets for both events are available through KWTickets with prices starting at $40 for adults and $20 for children 12 and under (plus applicable fees and taxes).  

For more information including the schedule, entries and start orders, please click here. Both events will be live streamed and can be accessed through the event page or the Skate Canada Dailymotion page. 

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