Top Synchronized Skating Moments from the 2023/2024 Season

Canada is known for many things, such as ice hockey, maple syrup, and cold winters. After the 2023/2024 skating season, Canada should also be known for the world-class talent of our synchronized skaters. Keep reading to see some of the most memorable synchro moments from last year. 

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Les Suprêmes Make History at World Championships 

Les Suprêmes soared to unprecedented heights this season, becoming the first team in synchronized skating history to win three consecutive World Championship titles! The Quebec-based team dominated the competition at the 2024 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in Croatia, setting all new season’s best scores to finish first in both the short program and free skate.

Les Suprêmes Junior Claim their First World Title

The undisputed talent of Les Supremes also extends to their junior team, who topped the podium at the 2024 ISU World Junior Synchornized Skating Championships in Switzerland. Les Supremes Junior achieved a new season’s best total score of 205.14, skating their way to the gold medal and to capturing their first World title. It was the cherry on top of a fantastic season for the team who earned a gold medal at the Challenger Series Marie Lundmark Trophy, a bronze at the PGE Hevelius Cup, and gold at the 2024 Canadian National Championships. 

Synchro Celebrated at World’s Opening Ceremony 

Fans from across the globe were treated to a spectacular display of synchronized skating at the 2024 ISU World Figure Skating Championships, which took place at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Que. To officially kick off the festivities, Nova Senior and Les Suprêmes performed a dazzling routine together – complete with light up costumes – at the Opening Ceremony that paid tribute to Canada’s four seasons.  

Canadian Podium Sweep at 2024 Steel City Trophy 

They came, they skated, they conquered all three steps of the podium! Canada’s incredible roster of synchronized skating talent was on full display at the 2024 Steel City Trophy in the United Kingdom, with Canadian teams sweeping the podium to complete one of the rarest triples of all: gold, silver, and bronze. Ice Ignite of Ontario, Golding Ice of Quebec, and Gold Ice of Ontario claimed first, second and third place respectively.  

First Elite 12 Champions Crowned at Skate Canada Cup 

NEXXICE etched their name in skating history this season, becoming the first senior elite 12 champions of Canada at the 2024 Skate Canada Cup. A new addition to the competition this year, elite 12 is a recently developed category that consists of 12 skaters as compared to 16 skaters in a typical senior synchronized skating division. The Ontario team soared high above the competition, claiming the top spot by a near 15-point lead. 

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