Junior Synchronized Skating Teams Look to Shine at World Junior Championships

Ottawa, ON (March 4, 2024) – Canada’s top two junior synchronized skating teams are heading to Neuchâtel, Switzerland to compete in the 2024 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships running from March 15-16. 

Les Suprêmes Junior, who finished fifth at the 2023 World Junior Championships, have been enjoying a fantastic season, earning a gold medal at the Challenger Series Marie Lundmark Trophy in Helsinki, Finland, and a bronze from the PGE Hevelius Cup in Gdansk, Poland. The team also won the gold medal at the 2024 Canadian National Championships held in Calgary, Alberta. 

NEXXICE Junior enter the competition as the reigning silver medallists from the 2023 World Junior Championships – Canada’s first medal at that level since 2015. The team has also seen great success this season, earning silver at the French Cup in Rouen, France, a bronze medal at the Trophy d’Écosse in Dumfries, Great Britain, and silver at the 2024 Canadian National Championships. 

The competition begins on Friday, March 15th with the short program, and concludes on Saturday, March 16th with the free skate. 

Name | Coach | Training Location   

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

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

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