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Madeline Schizas wins women’s title at Canadian figure skating championships

Madeline Schizas captured her second consecutive Canadian figure skating title Saturday.

Skating to music from West Side Story, the 19-year-old from Oakville, Ont., scored 128.15 points for her free program, and 196.47 overall.

Kaiya Ruiter, a 16-year-old from Calgary, had the highest free-skate score of 129.82, climbing from sixth place after the short program to capture silver.

Fiona Bombardier, the daughter of two-time Olympian Joseé Chouinard, claimed the bronze (180.54).

WATCH l Schizas secures 1st place in women’s short program with 196.47 overall score:

madeline schizas wins womens title at canadian figure skating championships

Madeline Schizas defends women’s title at Canadian nationals with free program victory

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The Oakville, Ont. native finished with an overall collective score of 196.47 to place first in the women’s program at the 2023 Canadian Tire National Figure Skating Championships in Oshawa, Ont.

The national event determines Canada’s team for the world championships in March in Saitama, Japan. Canada has just one berth in women’s singles.

The world junior championships are in Calgary.




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