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2007 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Men’s Highlights

In the Senior division, Jeffrey Buttle (NO) won his third consecutive title, while Christopher Mabee (WO) won his first senior medal – the silver. Emanuel Sandhu (BC/YT) settled for bronze.

All three men will compete at both the upcoming Worlds and 4CCs.

Jeremy Ten (BC/YT) was the winner in the Junior division, while Elladj Balde (QC) and Jean-Simon Légaré (QC) won the silver and bronze, respectively.

There are three berths for the…

2007 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Ladies Highlights

The 2007 Canadian National Figure Skating Championships were held Jan 16-21 at the Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Approximately 250 skaters competed in which the results were used to determine who would represent Canada at the upcoming World Figure Skating Championships, Four Continents Championships (4CCs) and World Junior Championships.

In the Senior division, Joannie Rochette (QC) easily defended her crown, winning her third consecutive title. Mira Leung (BC/YT)…

2007 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Ice Dance Highlights

In the Senior division, Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon (QC) won their fifth title, while Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir (WO) and Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje (NO) won the silver and bronze, respectively.

All three teams will go to Worlds and the top two will also compete again at the 4CCs.

Lauren Senft and Leif Gislason (BC/YT), who placed fourth, will also compete at the Four Continents as Weaver and…

2007 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Pairs Highlights

Jessica Dubé and Bryce Davison (QC) won their first Senior title, edging out Valérie Marcoux and Craig Buntin (QC) who settled for silver. Anabelle Langlois and Cody Hay (QC) won the bronze.

All three pair teams will represent Canada at both Worlds and the 4CCs.

In the Junior division, Carolyn MacCuish and Andrew Evans (CO) were the gold medal winners, while Amanda Velenosi and Mark Fernandez (QC) and Sarah McCoy and…

2007 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Preview

Entering into the Canadian Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia from January 15 to 21, the picture looks similar to last year with few retirements and all reigning champions returning to defend their titles. Dig a little beneath the surface, however, and suddenly things look very different.

Jeff Buttle, Olympic bronze medalist, has spent the whole season to date sidelined by injury. Joannie Rochette, the great hope of Canadian ladies, has…