Olympic medallists put in full view in the Centre Videotron

  • Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford have impressed the crowd with their stunts are spectacular.

    Photo Didier Debusschère

  • Joannie Rochette has been warmly applauded by the crowd.

    Photo Didier Debusschère
  • Photo Didier Debusschère
  • Photo Didier Debusschère
  • Photo Didier Debusschère
  • Photo Didier Debusschère

Olympic medallists put in full view in the Centre Videotron

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The cream of the figure skaters has let go of his crazy, Saturday evening, in the Centre Videotron, before a crowd conquered, on the occasion of the tour ” Thank you Canada “.

The show’s high-wire act was the only one of the 26 representations from the cross-country tour to stop at Quebec. This series of benefits is organized by skaters Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir in the guise of the “thanks” to the Canadian people for their support over the years.

Fans have also been quick to rise from their seat as soon as the entrance of a couple of skaters darlings of Canadians, who have themselves provided a programme of acrobatic and sensual that characterizes them.

The evening featured 10 former olympic medalists. In addition to Virtue and Moir, the various tables have allowed Patrick Chan, Elvis Stojko, Kaitlyn Weaver, Andrew Poje, Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford and Osmond to demonstrate all their know-how.

Rochette is in addition to the feast

This is not to forget Joannie Rochette, who was added to the regular programming of the tour during its milling in quebec. “Personally, I don’t think I would have passed through the Vancouver Games without your encouragement “, was launched Rochette to the public, stressing that his colleagues had “worked very hard in the locker room to practice their French,” before you speak to the crowd.

The 10 skaters present combined with their track record 17 olympic medals and 18 world championship titles.

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