Victory of Les Suprêmes at the 2024 Canadian National Championships


Les Suprêmes Senior skate to "Mount Everest" in the free program and "Love Is Blindness" this season. 

At the 2024 Canadian National Championships in Calgary, the senior team Les Suprêmes from Saint-Léonard, Quebec, captured the senior national title with a total score of 216.79 points, affirming their status as reigning world champions.

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The 2024 Canadian National Championships, held in Calgary, Alberta, were the stage for a remarkable performance by synchronized skating teams, notably Les Suprêmes from Saint-Léonard, Quebec. On Friday, the senior team dominated the competition by winning the senior national title, a feat all the more impressive as it came just a day after the junior team’s victory at the same event.

Les Suprêmes, as reigning world champions, faced high expectations, which they brilliantly met, finishing with a total score of 216.79 points to claim the gold medal. Julia Bernardo, co-captain of the team, expressed satisfaction with the performance of both programs to Skate Canada while emphasizing their constant desire for improvement.

The Nova team from St-Hubert, Quebec, also demonstrated excellent performance, securing the day's highest score in the free program. This performance allowed them to move from third place after the short program to the silver medal with a total score of 213.97 points. Nexxice from Burlington, Ontario, the Canadian title holder, finished third with a total of 205.95 points.

The country's top junior teams also competed. Once again, Les Suprêmes proved to be the strongest, taking gold and a very high score of 197.55. Nexxice Junior took silver with 189.07, and Nova finished 3rd with a total score of 183.28. Eight teams entered the competition. 

These Championships provided an exceptional showcase for synchronized skating in Canada, highlighting the talent and determination of the competing teams. 

As the synchronized skating competition concluded, attention turned to other disciplines, including singles, pairs, and ice dance, confirming the diversity and richness of Canadian figure skating.

The 2024 Canadian National Championships have been a key event for synchronized skating and a crucial moment for the sport in general in Canada, witnessing the excellence and passion that animate skaters from all over the country.