Episode 5 – NEXXICE Senior

NEXXICE Senior

Tune in to listen to NEXXICE legends Shelley Simonton-Barnett (coach) and Jennifer Beauchamp-Crichton (alumnus) chatting about our 9 time Canadian Champions.

2015 World Synchronized Skating Champions (Hamilton, ON)

NEXXICE Senior is a team known world-wide in synchronized skating. Representing the Burlington Skating Centre, the two-time world champions (2009, 2015) have amassed a total of eight world medals. The team also strung together a record nine consecutive Canadian titles from 2007-2015, and recently regained their title in 2017. Known for their skillful artistry, Nexxice’s smoothness flows freely throughout their programs and brings out spectators’ emotions.

2009 World Synchronized Skating Champions (Zagreb, Croatia)

In 2009, NEXXICE Senior, based in Burlington, Ont., became the first Canadian team to claim gold at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships, defeating Finland’s Team Unique and Sweden’s Team Surprise in Zagreb, Croatia.

2015 Skate Canada Hall of Fame Induction

Seven years after that memorable triumph, the 2009 NEXXICE senior team makes history again as the first synchronized team inducted into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame.

Entering the Skate Canada Hall of Fame are team members Jennifer Beauchamp (captain), Carla Coveart, Amy Cebulak, Tiffany Elliot, Ashley Greenhalgh, Morgan Harper, Cara Horan, Julia Horan, Taylor Kemp, Kristen Loritz, Nichole Manahan, Taryn Milne, Cara Moir, Sheri Moir, Michele Moore, Emily Penrose, Allison Proudfoot, Madeleine Wendland, Danyel Wright-Dykstra and Lauren Zbucki.

Also being inducted are coaches Shelley Simonton Barnett and Anne Schelter along with team managers Debbie Beauchamp, Frances McLellan and Kathy Psutka.

To follow this team and to take a look their impressive results over the years please visit their website at www.nexxice.ca

2009 World Synchronized Skating Championships: Short Program-Baba Yatu