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JUNIOR CHAMPIONS AT THE 2015 CANADIAN TIRE NATIONAL SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Junior Men

Nicolas Nadeau (QC), who finished fourth in the Junior Men’s event at the 2014 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships, captured the gold medal with a combined score of 185.78. In his free program, he landed a triple axel-double toe-double loop combination that received positive GOE’s (+1) from all nine judges. His triple salchow also garnered positive GOE’s (+1 and +2) from all of the judges. He obtained a level four for his change foot sit spin.

Junior Women

Selena Zhao (QC) won both the short and free programs to capture the gold medal with a total score of 140.67. Her double axel-double toe combination obtained positive GOE’s (+1 or +2) and she achieved a level three for her flying sit spin and her flying camel spin in her free program.

Cailey England (BC/YK) earned the silver medal with 127.33 points. Justine Belzile (QC) moved up from fifth spot after the short program to secure the bronze medal with a combined score of 124.22.

Junior Pair

Mary Orr and Phelan Simpson (WO) won the gold medal with 133.14 total points. In their free program skated to Dueling Banjos by Arthur Smith, they earned a level four for their group 5 axel lasso lift and their group 3 lift.

Shalena Rau and Sebastien Arcieri (WO), the 2015 Skate Canada Challenge Junior Pair Champions, skated to the silver medal with a total score of 120.30. Rachel Dobson and Alexander Sheldrick (WO) climbed from fifth spot after the short program to claim the bronze medal with a total competition score of 119.62.

Junior Dance

Brianna Delmaestro and Timothy Lum (BC/YK) won the gold medal with a combined score of 148.62. Delmaestro and Lum received a level four for their synchronized twizzles, rotational lift, straight line lift and combination spin.

Lauren Collins and Shane Firus (CO) obtained the silver medal with a total competition score of 139.83. Melinda Meng and Andrew Meng (QC) secured the bronze medal with a total score of 131.14.

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