Canadian Age-Class Short Track Championships in Montreal

Canadian Age-Class Short Track Championships in Montreal, March 8-10

MONTREAL
- The Canadian Age-Class Short Track Championships, sanctioned by Speed Skating Canada and the Fédération de patinage de vitesse du Québec, will be held at the Maurice-Richard Arena in Montreal from Friday, March 8 to Sunday, March 10.

The competition, hosted by the Centre régional canadien d'entraînement, features the best skaters from across Canada aged fifteen years and older, not ranked for the national selections #2 in Montreal last weekend. Skaters are placed in either the junior A (17 and 18 years old) or B (15 and 16) categories depending on their age.

All three rounds of the 1,500-metre distance will be raced on Friday, starting at 9:30 a.m. The qualification and quarterfinal rounds for the 500 metres will be presented in the afternoon, as well as the first round of the relays. Saturday starting at 10 a.m., the 500 metres semifinals and finals we be featured, followed in the afternoon with the 1,000-metre qualification, quarterfinal and semifinal rounds. The finals for the 1,000 meters, 3,000 metres and relays will take place Sunday starting at 10 a.m.

Results will be posted at end of day on SSC's 'National short track competitions' page.

Here are the lists of competitors by category:

Junior A women (branch)
Yukon:
Heather Clarke
Northwest Territories: Hannah Clark
British Columbia: Elizabeth Janze, Jesse Keca, Jamie MacDonald, Kaelin McNally
Alberta: Marika Nadal
Ontario: Hannah Morrison, Alisha Mullings, Sarah-Lynn Reilly
Quebec: Audrey Anctil, Josianne Bonneau, Gabrielle Desharnais-Préfontaine, Lydia Laliberté, Marie-Claude Thériault

Junior B women (branch)
Northwest Territories:
Madison Pilling
British Columbia: Amy Cave, Alison Desmarais, Jamie Lee, Alyssa Skaalid
Alberta: Chloe Howe, Stephanie Lareau, Siobhan Mellors, Anneke Pederson
Ontario: Ayanna Badali, Charlotte Bolger, Innzbruk Richards, Olivia Scott, Taylor White
Quebec: Kloé Boily, Catherine Desjardins-L., Abigaël Forest-Leblanc, Chloé Marcoux, Léane Tremblay
New Brunswick: Freya Clark, Sarah Gilbert

Junior A men (branch)
British Columbia:
Zackery McLaren, William McLennan, Bernie Tse
Alberta: Matthew Bogle, Paul Cooney, Kalum Lamothe
Saskatchewan: Keegan Christ, Michael Marsh
Ontario: Samuel Chin-Cheong, Ryan McAnuff, Arye Richards, Ian Smibert, Bennett Wiancko
Quebec: James Barrette, Marc-Antoine Bouthillier, Victor Cameron, Pascal Dion, Vincent Egesborg
New Brunswick: Andrew Evans

Junior B men (branch)
Northwest Territories:
Dominique Bennett
British Columbia: Connor Meeks, Chris Neykov, Christopher Poljer-So, Justin Russell, Anton Shekhter
Alberta: Ryan Dodyk, Yijun Shi
Ontario: Samuel McEachran, Cameron Mitchell, Colin Pegg, Aidan Preudhomme, Benjamin Yang
Quebec: Mathieu Bernier, Mathieu Célestin, Sébastien Gagnon, Simon Godin, Maxime Laoun
New Brunswick: Freya Clark, Sarah Gilbert, Chandler Scott