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In our interview series, we go behind the scenes and talk with some of our skaters to get to know them a little bit better! This week, we got the opportunity to chat with Alicia Fabbri of Canada. She and Paul Ayers are a Jr Ice Dance team training in Montreal.
In our figure skates, we offer game changing technologies to advance the modern day skater. We have heat moldable materials, a wrap system and flex notches. But did you know about the support rating system? Our support rating system allows you to get the skate in the style and the cut you want, but with the stiffness that you are looking for.
With his skating partner, Marjorie Lajoie, Zachary is the 2017 and 2018 national junior champion. Most recently they placed 4th at the 2018 Jr World Figure Skating Championship. Zachary is also a recipient of the 2018 Toller Cranston Award!
The Toller Cranston Memorial Fund Athlete Award celebrates Next Gen skaters who display exceptional artistry on ice at the 2018 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships at the Novice and Junior levels.
Let’s get to know a little more about Canadian ice dancer Zachary Lagha: