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Alexa Scott (Clandeboye, MB) became the first Canadian woman since 2008 to reach the Allround podium at the ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships after winning overall bronze in Poland today. She joins Sylvia Burka (’73) (MB), Liz Appleby (’76) (MB), Shannon Rempel (’03, ’04) (MB) and Justine L’Heureux (’08) (Que.), as the only ones to ever accomplish that feat! Making her the fourth Manitoban to achieve this accomplishment! 

Scott came in third in overall individual standings, achieving this by coming in fourth in the 1000m and tenth in the 3000m races. These were her best results in her three career World Junior Championships. 

Scott started the weekend off by placing 5th and 8th in Friday’s 500m and 1500m races. On Saturday, she was only 0.182 seconds behind the bronze medalist in the 1000m. 

“Overall, I had a tough weekend, I had to persevere through some stuff, but it was a good achievement at the end of a hard weekend. I got close to the podium in the 1000m, I was just off of it, that was a little disappointing, but I did what I had to do to get to third place in the Allround, so I’m pretty happy,” Scott said.

Scott finished 5th at last year’s Championships and 18th in 2018.

See the Speed Skating Canada news release here

Race Results 

500m – 39:99 

1000m – 1:19:251

1500m – 2:05:26

3000m – 4:25:089
Alexa Scott and her Coach Tyler Williamson-Derraugh will arrive March 25th at the Winnipeg Richardson Airport. Anticipated arrival is 11:15pm from Edmonton on Flight #WS304, KL9824 for any media hoping to be there upon arrival. 
For interview inquiries please contact – 
Thank you,

Elizabeth W. Derraugh

Executive Director

Manitoba Speed Skating Association

145 Pacific Avenue

Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6

Cell 431-200-3179