Synchronized skaters “Les Suprêmes,” including Grace LeTouzel of L’Orignal, won a silver medal in Mississauga at the Junior World Qualifier Competition. The athletes will now represent Canada at the Junior World Championships in March. They have a busy schedule meanwhile: on January 20, Les Suprêmes perform at the 2017 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in Ottawa, and about a week later head to the Leon Lorje Cup in Gothenburg, Sweden, before competing at the Canadian Synchronised Skating Championships in Calgary in February.
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