Entries by Skate Canada

Canadian teams en route to 2014 French Cup synchronized skating competition

OTTAWA, ON: Three Canadian synchronized skating teams will travel to Rouen, France, to compete at the 2014 French Cup. The international synchronized skating competition takes place from January 31 – February 1, 2014, and features 39 teams from 10 countries, in senior, junior, and novice. Canada will have entries in the senior and junior categories. […]

Olympian Profile: Gabrielle Daleman

It seemed that there was no way that Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Daleman was going to take off that Olympic team jacket she earned for winning the silver medal at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships. In the days following the Canadian Olympic Committee presentation, Daleman stuck around the championships, supporting her brother, Zachary Daleman, who finished […]

Chartrand rockets to seventh with powerful free skate

TAIPEI – Alaine Chartrand of Prescott, Ont., gained eight spots in the women’s singles standings on Saturday to place seventh at the ISU Four Continents Championships figure skating competition. It was a remarkable finish to the 17-year-old’s first senior international assignment. Chartrand was 15th after Friday’s short program but came out firing on all cylinders […]

Olympian Profile: Patrick Chan

Patrick Chan wears a heavy mantle on his shoulders heading to the Sochi Olympic Games. He’s going into the event as a three-time world champion – a difficult feat in this era of the Code of Points judging system. He sets and resets world scoring records. And Canada has never won Olympic gold in the […]

Gilles and Poirier grab lead at Four Continents

TAIPEI – Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier of Toronto are in first place after Wednesday’s short dance at the ISU Four Continents figure skating competition. Gilles and Poirier earned a season’s best 62.38 points. Madison Hubbel and Zachary Donohue of the U.S., are second at 61.05 and their compatriots Alexandra Aldridge and Daniel Eaton stand […]

Canadian Synchronized Skating teams travel to Austria to compete at 2014 Mozart Cup

OTTAWA, ON: Canada will have three synchronized skating teams competing at the 2014 Mozart Cup in Salzburg, Austria. The international synchronized skating competition taking place from January 23-26, 2014, features 61 teams from 16 different countries. Seven-time defending Canadian champions, Nexxice, will be the sole Canadian representative in the senior category. Nexxice has previously competed […]