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OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada has selected the teams that will represent Canada at the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships 2022. 

The entries for the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships 2022 are: Les Suprêmes (junior) from CPA Saint-Léonard and Nexxice (junior) of the Burlington Skating Centre.  

Les Suprêmes (junior) and Nexxice (junior) will travel to Innsbruck, Austria to compete at the championships, which take place from March 17 – 19, 2022. In 2018, when the event was last hosted in Zagreb, Croatia, Les Suprêmes (junior) finished in fourth place, while Nexxice (junior) finished in eighth place.  

Mary Ellen McDonald, Skate Canada Senior Director, Operations, and Joanne Shaw of Guelph, Ont., will be the team leaders for this event. Albert Shumacher of Tecumseh, Ont., and Paige Larson of North Vancouver, B.C., will be the Canadian medical staff on-site. Andrew Bosco of Thorold, Ont., will be the Canadian official at the event.  

For more information on the event, please visit 

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