Les Suprêmes Aim for Three-peat at 2024 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships

OTTAWA, ON (March 26, 2024) – Canada’s top two synchronized skating teams are heading to Zagreb, Croatia for the 2024 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships taking place from April 5-6, 2024. 

Les Suprêmes Senior will be looking to retain their World Championship title after standing on top of the podium in 2022 and 2023. They have been enjoying a fantastic season thus far, winning gold at the Canadian Championships and the Budapest Cup in January, and silver at the Challenger Series Marie Lundmark Trophy in February. 

Nova Senior will be making their first journey to the World Championships since 2019 after capturing a silver medal at the 2024 Canadian Championships. They have been enjoying a strong season as well, securing a bronze medal at the PGE Hevelius Cup, and a fifth-place finish at the Marie Lundmark Trophy. 

The 2024 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships kick off on Friday, April 5 with the short program, and end on Saturday, April 6 with the free skate.  

Team Canada 

Team | Coaches | Training Location 

Les Suprêmes | Marilyn Langlois, Pascal Denis & Amélie Brochu | Saint-Léonard, Que.
Nova | Dominic Barthe & Nadine Tougas | St-Hubert, Que. 

 Team Leader – Shae Zukiwsky
Medical Team – Pat Stanzianzo & Jessica Curran
Official – Cynthia Alepin 

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