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Figure Skating – NEUCHATEL, Switzerland – Les Suprêmes, from St-Léonard, Que., climbed to sixth place on Saturday to conclude the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships.

Russian teams were 1-2 with Junost winning the gold with 200.74 and Crystal Ice the silver at 199.99. Skyliners fom the U.S. won bronze at 193.42.

Les Suprêmes, ranked seventh in both in the short and long program but their consistency paid off as they ranked sixth overall at 172.91.  Nexxice, from Burlington, Ont., posted the sixth best free skate but remained eighth overall at 171.11.

The skaters for les Suprêmes were: Alessia Hart-Lewis, Amelia Asparian, Solène Aymard, Émilie Beaucage, Olivia Ronca, Frédérique Hébert-Mondragon, Thea Iulia Dimbu, Charlotte Grütter, Astrid Kumpulainen, Joséphine Kawa, Jade Deschênes,   Lynnson Ceneston, Alona Chabalin-Zea,  Natasha Gligorijevic, Julia Caponi, Anne-Laurence Trudeau, Alice Cormier, Victoria Gligorijevic, Lauren Santori, Loriana Cocca, Morgane Launay-Boireau.

‘’Our long skate went really well,’’ said Suprêmes co-captain Hart-Lewis. ‘’We felt like we attacked it as much as we could. There were little mistakes but we reached our objectives and we are proud of our team and what we accomplished.’’

The skaters for Nexxice were Christina Sze Wai Au, Ashley Sophie Bona, Savana Bosco, Avery Nasha Clark, Abbey Elaine Ana Glumpak, Lauren Elizabeth Hatfield, Amanda Talia Kauffman, Vasiliki Victoria Kiriakou, Natalie Leung, Nellie Charlotte Meijer, Victoria, Maria Morgado, Mya Isabelle Napier, Madeleine Margaret North, Desiree Melissa Perry, Lauren Samantha Pollack, Meghan Marguerite Tiplady, Sophia Tong, Emily Kristine Van Berkel and Milja Amilda Wilamo.

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