It's time for the Grand Prix Final - the junior and senior skaters who qualified will be skating December 10-13, 2015

The event is once again taking place in Barcelona, Spain, location of last year's GPF. In addition to the skaters who qualified through the junior and senior Grand Prix (GP) events in the four disciplines, for the first time there will be five synchronized skating teams participating, including Canada's Nexxice.

The schedule for the event can be found here.

The qualifiers and official alternates can be found at the following links:

  • men - including Canada's Patrick Chan
  • ladies
  • pairs - including Canada's Duhamel & Radford as well as Seguin & Bilodeau who are the 7th pair, qualifying on the basis of their finish at the shortened Trophée Eric Bompard. Last year Meagan & Eric won the GPF gold and Julianne & Charlie won the junior GPF gold.
  • ice dance - including Canada's Weaver & Poje
  • junior men - including Canada's Roman Sadovsky, returning for a 2nd year
  • junior ladies
  • junior pairs
  • junior ice dance

The ISU has published a preview of the competition including information about the prize money.

CBC will be providing TV coverage on Saturday (Dec. 12) and Sunday (Dec. 13) with the gala being broadcast on the following Sunday (Dec. 20). To see their scheduled including TV and live stream go here.

 

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