September 28th, 2016

Skate Canada International

Herald photo by Ian Martens Two-time Canadian national champion Kaetlyn Osmond takes part in the ladies evening practice session Thursday at the Enmax Centre.skate logospin© Lethbridge Herald photo by Ian Martens Elizabet Tursynbaeva© Lethbridge Herald photo by Tijana Martin Canadian's Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam perform an ice dance during Thursday's practice session for the 2015 Skate Canada International at the Enmax Centre.© Lethbridge Herald photo by Tijana Martin Jeremy Ten shares an anecdote members of the media during the 2015 Skate Canada International opening press conference at the Enmax Centre on Thursday.© Lethbridge Herald photo by Tijana Martin Canadian's Andrew Poje and Kaitlyn Weaver perform an ice dance during Thursday's practice session for the 2015 Skate Canada International at the Enmax Centre.© Lethbridge Herald photo by Tijana Martin© Lethbridge Herald photo by Tijana MartinHerald photo by Ian Martens Eric Radford lifts pairs partner Meagan Duhamel as members of the Skate Canada National Team got some practice time in at the arena in Picture Butte Wednesday ahead of this weekendÕs Skate Canada International. Herald photo by Ian Martens Ice dance partners Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje skate hand-in-hand as members of the Skate Canada National Team got some practice time in at the arena in Picture Butte Wednesday ahead of this weekendÕs Skate Canada International. Herald photo by Ian Martens Three time world champion and two time Olympic silver medalist Patrick Chan gets a hug from youth skater Kirsty Butler as he took time to meet members of the North County Skating Club following ice time for members of the Skate Canada National Team Wednesday at the North County Recreation Complex in Picture Butte. The worldÕs best figure skaters will be decending on Lethbridge for Skate Canada International set to begin Friday at the Enmax Centre. Herald photo by Ian Martens Young skater Kirsten Fremstad shows a picture of her new horse to three time world champion and two time Olympic silver medalist Patrick Chan as he took time to meet members of the North County Skating Club following ice time for members of the Skate Canada National Team Wednesday at the North County Recreation Complex in Picture Butte. The worldÕs best figure skaters will be decending on Lethbridge for Skate Canada International set to begin Friday at the Enmax Centre.