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Spain's Javier Fernandez wins Skate Canada

 Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond waves after her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, Saturd...
 Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond salutes the crowd after her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating e...
 Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond performs her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, Saturday,...
 Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond performs her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, Saturday,...
 Women's gold medalist, Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond shows off her medal during victory ceremonies at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, ...

Skate Canada Figure Skating

Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond waves after her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, Saturd...

Skate Canada Figure Skating

Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond salutes the crowd after her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating e...

Skate Canada Figure Skating

Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond performs her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, Saturday,...

Skate Canada Figure Skating

Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond performs her free skating program in the ladies competition at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, Saturday,...

Skate Canada Figure Skating

Women's gold medalist, Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond shows off her medal during victory ceremonies at the Skate Canada International figure skating event, ...

Spain's Javier Fernandez won the Skate Canada men's title Saturday, upsetting two-time world champion Patrick Chan in his own country.
Fernandez, whose silver at Skate Canada last year was the first Grand Prix medal for a Spanish skater, finished with 253.94 points. That was 10 points better than Chan, who had won the last three Skate Canada titles.
Nobunari Oda of Japan was third with 238.34 points.
Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond won the women's title. The 16-year-old fell once on her triple Lutz but skated an otherwise strong program to "Carmen" that earned her 115.89 points for a total of 176.45. Reigning world bronze medalist Akiko Suzuki was second at 175.16, followed by Japanese teammate Kanako Murakami at 168.04.
Four-time world champions Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany won the pairs competition. Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the Olympic and world champions, took the ice dancing title.


Updated : 2021-01-18 16:44 GMT+08:00