21 Short Track Skaters to Represent Canada at a Trio of International NextGen Competitions

Speed Skating Canada is proud to announce the list of short track skaters that were selected to represent Canada at a trio of targeted international competitions for NextGen athletes, mainly the KNSB International Invitation Cup in the Netherlands, Alta Valtellina Trophy in Italy and Shanghai Trophy in China. 

Shanghai Trophy (October 3-5)

  • Genève Belanger (Montréal, Qué.)
  • Camille De Serres-Rainville (Montréal, Qué.)
  • Renee Steenge (Brampton, Ont.)
  • Léa Chamberlan-Dostie (Trois-Rivières, Qué.)
  • Alex Lepage-Farrell (Sherbrooke, Qué.)
  • Sébastien Gagnon (Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Qué.)
  • Brendan Corey (Fredericton, N.B.)
  • Ethan McKinley-Young (Ottawa, Ont.)
  • Alexis Marceau (Rivière-du-Loup, Qué.)
  • Francis Dumouchel (Saint-Hyacinthe, Qué.)
  • Antoine Gagnon-Lamarche (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Qué.)

KNSB Internationale Invitation Cup (October 12-13) and Alta Valtellina Trophy (October 18-20)

  • Mégan Boudrias (Repentigny, Qué.)
  • Kélian Quevillon (Laval, Qué.)
  • Claudia Heeney (Waterloo, Ont.)
  • Anne-Clara Belley (Montréal, Qué.)
  • Alyson Lalonde (Sherbrooke, Que.)
  • Nicolas Perrault (Sherbrooke, Qué.)
  • Matej Pederson (Calgary, Alb.)
  • Brendan Yamada (Calgary, Alb.)
  • Felix Pigeon (Saint-Pie, Qué.)
  • Alexandre Migner (Sainte-Julie, Qué.)

The first of these three international competitions took place from October 4-6 in Shanghai. The results are available on the ISU website: https://shorttrack.sportresult.com/Results.aspx?evt=11213100000077.

The skaters selected to represent Canada at the first two ISU World Cups of the 2019-2020 season will be revealed in the coming weeks.