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Osmond headlines 2014 Skate Canada International in Kelowna

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TSN.ca Staff
6/27/2014 6:10:40 PM
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The International Skating Union announced the line-ups for the six 2014 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating events on Friday. Canada will host the second stop on the circuit, the 2014 Skate Canada International in Kelowna, British Columbia from October 31 - November 2, 2014 at Prospera Place.
 
Fans will get to watch members of the Canadian 2014 Olympic silver medal team compete, including Kaetlyn Osmond, Kevin Reynolds, Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford and Kirsten Moore-Towers. Joining them will be Canada's reigning silver medalists in ice dance, Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, along with a number of world-class skaters including Spain's Javier Fernandez, USA's Ashley Wagner, Japan's Takahito Kozuka and many other Olympic and world competitors.

"Canadian skating is coming off a high from the Olympic Games this past February and we hope Canadians will embrace this opportunity to see old favourites and cheer on new faces," said Dan Thompson, Skate Canada CEO. "The Grand Prix series is an exclusive group of talented skaters and we are excited to have so many international stars coming to Kelowna this October."

Skate Canada International is the second competition in the annual series. The other events take place in the United States (Skate America), China (Cup of China), Russia (Rostelecom Cup), France (Trophée Eric Bompard), and Japan (NHK Trophy).
 
Skaters are awarded points based on their placements in the series' events. The top-six men and ladies and the top-six pair and ice dance teams qualify for the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final® to be held in Barcelona, Spain from December 11-14, 2014.

Kaetlyn Osmond (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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(Photo: The Canadian Press)
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