Winterfest 2020: What happened on the third day?
Coached by Nadine Tougas, Nova won the Open division this weekend. (Credits: Sean McKinnon - 2020)
After two days of exciting competition, synchro teams competing in Pre-Novice, Open and Adults divisions performed their programs in the CAA Centre located in Brampton, Ontario. Amazing performances highlighted the Winterfest competition. Let’s have a look back.
The Adult 3 category was next up on this final day of competition. It was an Ontario sweep with Ice Precise from Mississauga claiming gold (20.74). Team Unity earned their first medal of the day, a silver (19.52). Third place went to Whitby’s Ice Fyre team (19.46) in an extremely close race.
The Open championship event saw some excellent skating and difficult lifts as the teams work towards building for the Canadian Nationals in Calgary later this year. Nova claimed gold (153.63) and Nexxice was just behind with 153.09. Les Pirouettes from Laval had a strong showing to win bronze (136.11).
Adult 1 closed out the competition with new levels of skating and creative elements. Team Unity took their fourth medal of the day with 61.82. It was an extremely close race, with Ice Precise taking silver (60.64) and Nova taking bronze (60.22).
Check out the articles about Friday and Saturday competitions and don’t miss our new photo gallery gathering more than 140 photos of the event!
Results - TOP 3
Winterfest 2020 and Junior World Qualifier
Brampton, ON (CAN)
JAN 10, 2020 - JAN 12, 2020
|1||Golding Ice (CAN)||37.57|
|1||Les Suprêmes (CAN)||229.19|
|1||Les Suprêmes (CAN)||184.96|
|3||Les Pirouettes (CAN)||44.80|
|2||Golding Ice (CAN)||95.42|
|3||Gold Ice (CAN)||92.12|