Canadian duo Lajoie, Lagha in contention for rhythm dance podium at MK John Wilson Trophy


Canadian duo Marjorie Lajoie and Zachary Lagha are in third place in the rhythm dance at the MK John Wilson Trophy, having posted a rating of 81.09 on Saturday in Sheffield, England.

A podium end would characterize a fourth consecutive medals in all competitions for the pairing.

Charlène Guignard and Marco Fabbri of Italy have the lead. They earned a rating of 86.30.

WATCH l Canadian duo third after rhythm dance:

Canada’s Lajoie, Lagha in contention after rhythm dance at MK John Wilson Trophy

The Canadian pairing of Marjorie Lajoie and Zachary Lagha earned a rating of 81.09 to put them in third following the rhythm dance at the MK John Wilson Trophy.

Canada is represented by Roman Sadovsky and Corey Circelli in the boys’s competitors and by Gabrielle Daleman in the ladies’s match.

On Friday, Sadovsky took the lead in the boys’s quick program with a rating of 89.49 factors.

Alicia Fabbri and Paul Ayer, Haley Sales and Nikolas Wamsteeker are the 2 different Canadian pairing in the duos competitors apart from Lajoie and Lagha.

WATCH l Italy’s Guignard, Fabbri lead rhythm dance:

Charlène Guignard, Marco Fabbri in lead after rhythm dance at MK John Wilson Trophy

The Italian duo skated to a rating of 86.30 for the lead after the rhythm dance competitors at the MK John Wilson Trophy.

Mai Mihara of Japan is main the girls’s quick program with a rating of 72.23.

The competitors will wrap up on Sunday with the ladies’s free, ice dance free dance and gala packages.

WATCH l Japan’s Mihara secures girls’s quick program lead:

Mai Mihara atop leaderboard after girls’s quick program at MK John Wilson Trophy

Japan’s Mai Mihara recorded a rating of 72.23 to put her in 1st after the ladies’s quick program at the MK John Wilson Trophy.


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