Skate Canada will have four entrants for six elite athletes, including Madeline Schizas of Oakville, to compete in the 2021 Rostelecom Cup in the old Olympic city of Sochi, Russia. Canada will have one part in every direction – men, women, pairs and ice dance. This is the sixth event in the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating, which takes place since Nov. 26 to 28, 2021.
Schizas, 18, will be the only Canadian to compete in a women’s skate race. Madeline became eighth in her first Grand Prix in Vancouver at the 2021 Skate Canada International. Earlier this season, he finished ninth in the Finlandia Trophy. Madeline teachers are Nancy Lemaire and Derek Schmid and they teach at Milton.
Her short program is performed at “My Sweet and Tender Beast” by Dulcea Si Tandra Mea Fiara, while Puccini “Madama Butterfly” will lead her free program.
Born on Valentine’s Day in 2003, Madeline started skating at the age of three. He is a graduate of White Oaks Secondary School and received a $ 2,500 Donovan Bailey Sports Excellence Scholarship from the Oakville Community Foundation. In 2019, she played two skating roles in the production of Netflix’s “Spinning Out”.
Another well-known White Oak student.
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