Skate Canada

UPDATE Jan. 15: Skate Canada has announced its teams for the upcoming ISU Championships.

The 2023 Canadian Championships take place in Oshawa, Ontario, Jan. 9-15. This year, the junior and senior competitions and the Synchronized Skating Championships will all be held at the same time.

Figure skaters qualified for this event following their placements at the 2023 Skate Canada Challenge, which took place in early December.

In seniors, 18 skaters in the men′s and women′s events will take to the ice in Oshawa, along with 10 pairs and 13 ice dance teams. Eighteen junior men and women are slated to compete, along with five pairs and 15 ice dance teams.

Five withdrawals in the senior line-ups have been announced: Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier withdrew on Jan. 3 due to Gilles recovering from an appendectomy; Gabrielle Daleman is recovering from a ″stress reaction″ in her back; the pairs team of Lori-Ann Matte and Thierry Ferland and ice dancers Alicia Fabbri and Paul Ayer and Jessica-Lee Behiel and Jackson Behiel are out due to injuries.

New champions will be crowned in the senior ice dance and pairs events with both gold-medal teams from 2022 not competing this year.

The start orders for all disciplines were determined by scores earned at Challenge and/or international competitions for those with a bye to the domestic qualifier.

In synchronized skating, three senior and nine junior teams will battle it out in Oshawa.

Former ice dance champions Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje will serve as Event Ambassadors and Nam Nguyen as the In-Venue Host.

The free live stream will be available worldwide.

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CBC GEM LIVE STREAM

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