Criteria for Canadian Records
With the inception of the CPC judging system we are now able to track performances over seasons and mark the outstanding achievements of our athletes in real measurable terms. The following outlines the process for marking these high scores.
High scores are tracked in the four disciplines of singles, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating.
A Canadian record is the Total Competition Score for a skater or team in one competition. Only the combined total of all segments in one competition will be considered.
A Canadian Record can be set at any of the following competitions:
- Olympic Winter Games
- ISU Championships
- ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating or Final
- ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating or Final
- Senior or Junior International Competition assigned by Skate Canada
- Canadian Championships
- Canada Winter Games
- Skate Canada Challenge
The following competitions do not count towards a Canadian record:
- Domestic Invitational Competitions
- Novice / Pre-Novice International Competitions
- Senior or Junior International Competitions assigned by Sections
- Sectional Championships
The Canadian Records list shall be maintained by the Skate Canada National Service Centre.
Due to the changes in scoring and program length for 2018/19 season all records were reset, and any previous records are now historical.
*Adjusted for scoring changes in 2022-2023 season.
As of February 21, 2023
|Women’s||Madeline Schizas (ON)||06.02.2022||Olympic Winter Games (Team)||201.64|
|Men’s||Keegan Messing (AB/NT/NU)||11.02.2023||ISU Four Continent Championships||275.57|
|Pair||Kirsten Moore-Towers / Michael Marinaro (ON)||18.01.2020||Canadian Championships||215.67|
|Ice Dance||Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier (ON)||18.01.2020||Canadian Championships||225.62|
|Synchronized||Les Suprêmes||23.02.2020||Canadian Championships||239.05|