Canada’s Les Suprêmes third after short program at Leon Lurge Trophy
Figure Skating – GOTHENBURG, Sweden – Les Suprêmes from St-Léonard, Que., are in third place after Saturday’s short program at the Leon Lurge Trophy synchronized skating competition.
Paradise from Russia stands first at 88.22, the Helsinki Rockettes from Finland are second at 82.67 and Les Suprêmes are third at 78.50. There are nine entries.
Skating for Les Suprêmes are Jessica Allaire, Rebecca Allaire, Karianne Bégin, Julia Bernardo, Laurie Désilets. Olivia Di Giandomenico, Molly Katherine Farber, Lisanne Foley, Laurie Raphaelle Gauthier, Peter Gerome, Giulia Hart-Lewis, Sora Hatano, Grace Carol LeTouzel, Dana Malowany, Agathe Sigrid Merlier, Andréanne Paradis, Martha Maria Pietrasik, Alessia Malissa Pollletta, Florene Poulin and Édouard Tremblay.
In junior competition, Sunrise from Russia is first after the short program at 78.45, Fintastic from Finland is second at 76.45 and Musketeers, also from Finland third at 71.92.
Les Supremes Juniors are sixth out of 15 entries at 65.94.
The skaters for les Supremes are Amelia Asparian, Solène Aymard, Émilie Beaucage, Julia Caponi, Lynnson Ceneston, Loriana Cocca, Alice Cormier, Jade Deschênes, Thea Julia Dimbu, Natasha Gligorijevic, Victoria Gligorijevic, Charlotte Grutter, Alessia Hart-Lewis, Frédérique Hébert-Mondragon, Joséphine Kawa, Astrid Kumpulainen, Morgane Launay-Boireau, Olivia Ronca, Lauren Santori and Anne-Laurence Trudeau.
Competition ends Sunday with the free skates.