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:
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.