Current Skate Canada Records

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 three disciplines of Singles, Pairs and Ice Dance. Due to the significant changes from previous seasons in well balanced program criteria, principles of calculation and the scale of values, a similar set of records has no not yet been established for Synchronized Skating. The scores in Synchronized are not yet statistically comparable from season to season.

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 office. It is the responsibility of each section to report to Skate Canada when a record has been set at their event. The section must inform the Office in a timely manner and provide the following information:

  • Name of the skater(s)
  • Date of the record
  • Category results detailing the total segment scores and the total competition score for the skater
  • Skater Detail Sheets by Official showing all GOE and Program Component Scores awarded for each segment forming the total score

New high scores should be forwarded to coaching&programs@skatecanada.ca as soon as possible after the competition in question.

As of February 23, 2018

Senior
Name Date Competition Score
Women’s Kaetlyn Osmond¬† (AB/NT/NU) 23.02.18 Olympic Winter Games 231.02
Men’s Patrick Chan (ON) 22.01.2012 Canadian Championships 302.14
Pair Meagan Duhamel / Eric Radford (QC) 13.01.2018 Canadian Championships 234.55
Ice Dance * Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir (QC) 13.01.2018 Canadian  Championships 209.82
Synchronized NEXXICE Senior (ON) 16.04.2009 ISU World Synchronized Skating 223.58
Junior
Name Date Competition Score
Women’s Alaine Chartrand (ON) 16.03.2014 ISU Junior World Championships (Bulgaria) 164.35
Men’s Stephen Gogolev (ON) 18.08.2018 ISU Junior Grand Prix (Slovakia) 226.63
Pair Julianne Seguin / Charlie Bilodeau (QC) 05.03.2015 ISU Junior World Championships (Estonia) 176.32
Ice Dance * Marjorie Lajoie / Zachary Lagha (QC) 10.01.2018 Canadian Championships 154.40
Synchronized NEXXICE Junior (ON) 16.03.2009 World Challenge Cup for Juniors 184.32
Novice
Name Date Competition Score
Women’s Catherine Carle (ON) 17.01.2017 Canadian Championships 133.73
Men’s Stephen Gogolev (ON) 06.12.2015 Skate Canada Challenge 166.91
Pair Brooke McIntosh/Brandon Toste (ON) 10.01.2018 Canadian Championships 120.24
Ice Dance Miku Makita/Tyler Gunara (BC/YK) 30.11.2017 Skate Canada Challenge 97.97
Pre-Novice
Name Date Competition Score
Women’s Melody Zhu (BC/YK) 30.11.2017 Skate Canada Challenge 109.32
Men’s Stephen Gogolev (ON) 04.12.2014 Skate Canada Challenge 118.55
Pair Zoey Brown/Ian Beharry (ON) 07.03.2007 Canada Winter Games 94.29
Ice Dance Sydney Embro/Eric Millar (ON) 02.12.2017 Skate Canada Challenge 79.38

*Junior and Senior Ice Dance scores prior to July 1, 2010 have been recalculated to reflect the elimination of compulsory dances allowing comparisons to the current two segment competitions.