Les Suprêmes Crowned World Junior Synchronized Skating Champions

Neuchâtel, SUI (March 16, 2024) – Les Suprêmes Junior of Saint-Léonard, Que., were flawless on their way to capturing the gold medal at the 2024 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships in Neuchâtel, Switzerland this weekend. NEXXICE junior from Burlington, Ont., finished sixth.

Setting a new season’s best score of 131.13 for their free skate, Les Suprêmes finished the competition with a new season’s best total score of 205.14 – well clear of the previous year’s World Champions – Team Fintastic Junior from Finland who took silver with a total score of 199.71. The Skyliners Junior team from the USA captured bronze with a total score of 196.68.

“Our expectation coming in (to this competition) was to attack our programs – that was our main goal at this competition, and this is just a dream come true for all of us. We can’t believe it,” said Gabriella Musi, co-captain for the Les Suprêmes junior team.

Co-captain Victoria Gimenez added: “We’re feeling very accomplished. We are really proud of our season, and we are proud of our two performances. It’s exactly what we wanted to do this weekend.”

The win concludes a fantastic season for the team who earned a gold medal at the Challenger Series Marie Lundmark Trophy in Finland, a bronze at the PGE Hevelius Cup in Poland, and gold at the 2024 Canadian National Championships held in Calgary, Alberta.

NEXXICE Junior entered the competition as the reigning silver medallists from last year’s World Championships, and had two strong performances as well, setting a new season’s best score for their free skate (116.54) – on the way to setting a new season’s best total score of 183.26 to finish sixth overall.

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