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Canada wins bronze medal at ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships

ZAGREB, Croatia – Les Suprêmes from St-Léonard, Que., won the bronze medal on Saturday at the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships.

Teams from Finland took the top-two spots earning 172.98 points and 166.73 points. Les Suprêmes followed at 162.09 to remain in third despite skating the second best long program of the day. Nexxice from Burlington, Ont., was fifth.

The Suprêmes team members were Rebecca Allaire, Alessia Arsenault, Julia Bernardo, Audrey-Anne Blouin, Charlotte Brière, Claudia Elizabeth Casillas Stone, Rachel Maria Cecere, Emma Maria Corona, Alessandra Criscuolo, Marie-Eve Deschenes, Gabrielle Gauthier-Roy, Kathleen Grandchamp, Nadia Lemay, Dana Malowany, Serena Miscione, Christina Morin, Alexia Nadai-Plante, Alessia Polletta, Florence Poulin and Sofya Squalli.

The Nexxice team members were Cassandra Ablack, Katelyn Blowe, Stephanie Collier, Alycia Giro, Julianna Fischer, Alycia Giro, Celina Hevesi, Taylor Johnson, Caitlin Lakowski, Laura Lorenco, Caroline Marr, Emiko Marr, Carolyn Matheson, Jessica Morgan, Rachel Ng, Inka Serkia, Johana Smalen, Claudia Smith, Alessandra Toso, Kayla Walker, Erica White, Brooklyn Williamson.

The ISU World Senior Synchronized Skating Championships are scheduled for Hamilton, Ont., April 10-11.

Full results: http://www.isuresults.com/results/syswjc2015/index.htm

Canadian junior synchronized skating teams prepared for 2015 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships

OTTAWA, ON: Canada will have two teams competing at the 2015 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, from March 13-14. Les Suprêmes junior and Nexxice junior will represent Canada at the event. This will be the second edition of this biannual event, inaugurated in 2013, and will feature 19 of the top junior synchronized skating teams from 24 countries, competing for the title of Junior World Champion.

Two-time consecutive Canadian junior champions, Les Suprêmes junior, are the first Canadian entry. They placed fifth at this event in 2013 and won silver at the 2014 Junior World Challenge Cup, the biannual event which takes place in years when there is no world junior synchronized skating championship. Earlier this season, the representatives of CPA Saint-Léonard won gold at the 2015 French Cup. They are coached by Marilyn Langlois, assisted by Pascal Denis, Amélie Brochu, and Amanda Gaiotti.

Nexxice Junior.

Canadian silver medallists, Nexxice junior, will be the second Canadian entry. The 2013 Canadian junior champions placed fourth at this event in 2013. Earlier this season, they won silver at the 2015 Spring Cup. They are coached by Trish Perdue-Mills and represent the Burlington Skating Club.

Julie Petrilli, of Montreal, Que., will be the Canadian team manager at the event. Dr. Erika Persson of Edmonton, Alta., will be the Canadian team doctor onsite and Meghan Buttle of Toronto, Ont., will be the team physiotherapist. Cynthia Alepin of Mount Royal, Que., will be the sole Canadian official at the event.

For more information on the event please visit the event website or www.isu.org.