2022 Canadian national figure skating champions determined in Ottawa

The 2022 Canadian Figure Skating Championships concluded tonight in Ottawa with champions being determined in all four disciplines. Bronze medalist at the last Canadian Nationals, Madeline Schizas won her first national title by almost twenty-eight points. The 18-year-old from Ontario entered the competition as the likely favorite, having placed thirteenth at last year’s World ChampionshipsContinue reading “2022 Canadian national figure skating champions determined in Ottawa”

Results of Canadian Figure Skating Championships after first day

Women; results after short program: Madeline Schizas – 72.05 VĂ©ronik Mallet – 59.35 Gabrielle Daleman 58.48 Michelle Long – 57.14 Emily Bausback – 56.82 Alison Schumacher – 56.38 Katherine Medland-Spence – 55.74 Amanda Tobin – 53.39 Alicia Pineault – 50.31 Sara-Maude Dupuis – 50.18 Leah Lee – 48.64 Angel Green – 48.39 Lia Pereira –Continue reading “Results of Canadian Figure Skating Championships after first day”

Kamila Valieva breaks world record, Nathan Chen wins at Skate Canada

At the second stage of this season’s International Skating Union (ISU) Grand Prix series in Vancouver – the 2021 Skate Canada, all of the top favorites in each discipline met expectations and provided a memorable showcase. In the women’s event, Russians once again swept the podium and – in a high level competition with manyContinue reading “Kamila Valieva breaks world record, Nathan Chen wins at Skate Canada”

Four triple axels in women’s event as Kamila Valieva leads, Nathan Chen dominant and gets back on track

On Friday in Vancouver, all four disciplines of the the 2021 Skate Canada – the second stage of the 2021-2022 International Skating Union (ISU) Grand Prix series – took place and every one of the favorites took control of their respective events. In the women’s short program event, four of the competitors landed triple axelsContinue reading “Four triple axels in women’s event as Kamila Valieva leads, Nathan Chen dominant and gets back on track”

Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier defend Autumn Classic International title

Winners of the Autumn Classic International the last time it was held, two years ago, 2021 World bronze medalists Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier retained their title on this weekend. Eighth at the 2018 Winter Olympics, the 29-year-old U.S.-born Gilles and 29-year-old Ottawa-born Poirier have made many leaps and bounds since then and will beContinue reading “Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier defend Autumn Classic International title”