Junior World Challenge Cup
March 16-17, 2012
- Results: Official website | ISU page
- Live streaming (costs approx. $7.30 CAD)
- Detailed schedules
- Time zone converter
Nexxice and Les Supremes were named to the World team today in Windsor, ON, where the 2012 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships wrapped up after three days of competition. The Junior and Senior podiums were identical, with Nexxice taking the gold, Les Supremes the silver, and Xcellence the bronze in both events.
The win by Nexxice Senior was their 6th Canadian title in a row, tying the record black ice set when they won their 6th consecutive Canadian Championship in 2002.
Les Supremes and Nexxice Junior were previously selected as Canada’s representatives for the Junior World Challenge Cup based on their results at the Junior World Challenge Cup Qualifier held in January.
Medalists in each category were as follows:
I’ve taken the liberty of doing the time zone math for those of us in North America. I hope the advance notice gives you enough time to think of a good excuse to call in sick to school or plan to “work from home.”
No start order yet–the short program draw takes place on Thursday at 11:00 AM (MST).
Here’s to hoping the live feed works, and to seeing some amazing skating!