Golding Ice and Nexxice Claim National Titles
Golding Ice, gold medallist in the Intermediate division. (Credits: Sean McKinnon - 2020)
After much excitement following the second day of competition in Calgary, intermediate and open teams were excited and motivated to take the ice for the final day of competition at the 2020 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships.
Golding Ice rose up to win the gold medal with a powerful and entertaining program scoring 72.28 to total 108.40 and become the new Canadian Intermediate champions. This team will host tryouts for a junior team for the 2020-2021 season.
Some critical errors moved defending champions, Nexxice to the silver medal position. They scored 70.65 and totaled 106.87 overall.
Les Éclypses claimed bronze after a clean performance, earning 72.24 and 102.13 overall.
Nexxice won their fourth consecutive national title, and set a personal best record along the way. They scored 114.11 and 165.56 to take the gold.
Nova maintained their silver medal position by delivering a clean second skate. Scoring 104.26 and 148.20 overall, we hope to see this team return to the open category next season.
Cassiopée took the bronze medal with their unique fire themed program. Their second skate score was 97.46, enough to earn the bronze with 139.11 overall.
Results - TOP 3
Canadian National Championships 2020
FEB 21, 2020 - FEB 23, 2020
|1||Les Suprêmes (CAN)||239.05|
|2||Les Suprêmes (CAN)||181.05|
|1||Gold Ice (CAN)||108.28|
|3||Les Suprêmes (CAN)||100.66|
|1||Golding Ice (CAN)||108.40|
|3||Les Éclypses (CAN)||102.13|