Last weekend, it was Winterfest, one of the largest synchronized skating competitions in Canada. Teams from juvenile to adult competed during 3 days. Wrap-up of the third day of competition in Mississauga, Ontario.
The final day of competition began with the Adult 3 and 2 qualifying skates- similar to Adult 1 from the previous night.
A tight race in the adult 1 silver final, with Shiver taking gold (44.86), Source taking silver (44.46) and Whitby Ice Fyre earning bronze (44.06).
In the adult 1 gold final, hometown team Mississauga Ice Precise took gold (58.24) marginally over Nova who won silver (58.03) and Evolution took bronze with 52.55 points.
In the adult 3 silver final, Velocity took a substantial lead (16.00) over silver medalists, Ancaster Affinity (14.53) and bronze medalists Gold Ice (14.46). The adult 3 gold final was as usual, an extremely close race, with Team Unity winning gold (19.75), Mississauga Ice Precise taking silver (19.53) and Ice X-Perience from the west coast of Canada, taking bronze (18.19).
The last events of the day were the adult 2 finals. In the silver final, Team Unity Image received gold (32.75), Stella, silver (32.21) and Ancaster Affinity earned bronze (31.01). The gold final was also a close race- gold went to Les Pirouettes (45.72), silver- Spirit II (44.87) and bronze, Team Unity (44.62).
Winterfest... an event that all Canadian skaters look forward to each year!