CANADIAN TIRE NATIONAL SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP
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Canadian Tire National Skating Championship Tickets
Governing Body: Skate Canada
Age Divisions: Novice, Junior, Senior
Location: Changes Annually
Notable Skaters: Gabrielle Daleman, Aurora Cotop, Nam Nguyen, Conrad Orzel
Canadian Tire National Skating Championship TicketsThe Canadian Tire National Skating Championship is a figure skating and ice dance competition that's held annually. This championship is a great showcase of some of the best skating talent throughout Canada, but it also has added significance. This is the event where Skate Canada selects skating athletes for the national teams. Because of this, the Canadian Tire National Skating Championship is an important stop on the road to international competitions like the Olympic games. Skate Canada has a proud history that can be traced back over 100 years. National championships of one kind or another have been held in Canada since 1905. Over the years, skaters like Toller Cranston, Brian Orser, Barbara Ann Scott and Jamie Salé have made a big impression at these events. In recent years, skaters like Nam Nguyen, Aurora Cotop and Keegan Messing have been among the most anticipated performers at this event. Get your Canadian Tire National Skating Championship tickets at StubHub today.
Where is the Canadian Tire National Skating Championship held?The venue for the Canadian Tire National Skating Championship changes annually. This helps make it possible for people in cities across Canada to attend this event. The 2020 event was held at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. Built in 1998, this multi-purpose venue seats 5,000 people. In 2019, the championship was held at Harbour Station in Saint John, New Brunswick. Harbour Station seats about 6,300 people, depending on the event and how the arena is configured. Other host cities have included Vancouver, which has welcomed the championship six times. Vancouver will host the event again in 2021.
How big is the Canadian Tire National Skating Championship?The Canadian Tire National Skating Championship is a big event, featuring about 250 skaters. They include competitors from novice, junior and senior age groups. This is a very important competition for skaters as it can determine whether or not they make the Canadian national team. Men and women compete as singles. There are also pairs skating and ice dance teams competing at the championship.
What is the schedule for the Canadian Tire National Skating Championship?The Canadian Tire National Skating Championship is held over about a week in late January of each year. For example, in 2020 the dates were January 13 to 20. The event generally kicks off with novice and junior events during the first few days. The last two days are given over to senior-level competitors. Finally, there is sometimes a gala on the final day of the event. Typically, only the senior events are televised.
Who are some notable skaters at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championship?The Canadian Tire National Skating Championship features the best skaters from across Canada as they fight for places on the national team. Both singles events and pairs events are represented. Notable skaters who have recently made a big impression at this event include Nicolas Nadeau and Véronik Mallet. Pairs teams that have performed well include Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro as well as Camille Ruest and Drew Wolfe. The Canadian Tire National Skating Championship makes it a point to honor alumni. Specially priced tickets make it possible for former competitors to attend and be a part of this event.
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