A team of synchronized skaters from the Langley Figure Skating Club is off to the national championships. Super Novas, a team of 12 Lower Mainland girls between the ages of 11 and 17, will go for gold this weekend in Waterloo, Ont. at the Canadian national championships. The team’s performance features them skating to Thin Red Line by Glass Tiger, Toy Soldier by Martika and Stereo Soldier by Little Mix. Their routine was choreographed by Lee Chandler, the former captain of NEXXICE, the Canadian synchronized skating team which won the 2015 world championship title.

Super Novas aim for gold at nationals

Langley Figure Skating Club synchronized skating team competing in Waterloo this weekend

A team of synchronized skaters from the Langley Figure Skating Club is off to the national championships. Super Novas, a team of 12 Lower Mainland girls between the ages of 11 and 17, will go for gold this weekend in Waterloo, Ont. at the Canadian national championships.

The team’s performance features them skating to Thin Red Line by Glass Tiger, Toy Soldier by Martika and Stereo Soldier by Little Mix. Their routine was choreographed by Lee Chandler, the former captain of NEXXICE, the Canadian synchronized skating team which won the 2015 world championship title.

 

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