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OTTAWA, ON (January 24, 2023) – Over 250 skaters from across Canada will make their way to Regina this week for the 2022-2023 Skate Canada Challenge Pre-Novice/Novice taking place at Co-operators Centre at Real District in Regina, Saskatchewan from January 25-28, 2023. The event will feature pre-novice and novice skaters in men, women, pair and ice dance and will serve as a qualifying event for the 2023 Novice Canadian Championships.  

With many athletes moving up to new age groups, new faces will be looking to claim gold at both the pre-novice and novice levels. Last year’s pre-novice champions, Liam Schmidt (men’s), Alexane Jean & Charly Laliberté-Laurent (pair), and Auréa Cinçon-Debout & Earl Jesse Celestino (ice dance) will all be competing at the novice level and will once again be aiming for the top step of the podium.  

Tickets will be sold on-site at Co-operators Centre and will be priced at $50 (plus applicable fees) for all-event tickets and $25 (plus applicable fees) for single session tickets. 

For more information including the schedule, entries and start orders, please click here. All events on both competition rinks will be live streamed and can be accessed through the event page or the Skate Canada Dailymotion page