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CKVI-FM is a Canadian community radio station, owned and operated by Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Kingston, Ontario. The station broadcasts at 91.9 on the FM dial, and uses the on-air brand "The Cave". CKVI was the first high school radio station to be granted a broadcasting license by the CRTC. CKVI now broadcasts up to 52 hours a week. Its programming consists of many styles, cultures and of course music. CKVI Radio broadcasts many genres of music. Initially licensed by the CRTC in 1996, it was the first licensed high school radio station in Canada. The station didn't go on air until the 1997–1998 school year because the station is run by high school students and had to wait until the start of the following year. The station is run by students who are part of the Radio Broadcasting county-wide focus program which is open to any Grade 11, 12, and returning 12th year students in the Limestone District School Board. References
After the Short Program the standings in the Men's Competition are: 1-Nam Naguyen 2-Jeremy Ten 3-Roman Sadovsky 4-Liam Firus 5-Christophe Belley 12-Kevin Reynolds Up next is the Senior Ice Dance Short Dance at 6:30pm
And with that, the 2015 Canadian Tire National Skating Championship is over! Congrats to all the athletes and everyone involved. It has been a fun last couple of days!
The #CTNSC15 has raised over $5,000 for charities, from the sale of Teddy bears. These bears are thrown on the ice by the crowd after a skater gives a good performance, most of the bears are then donated to charities and other organizations.
We're about 20mins away from the exhibition gala, here at the #CTNSC15!
Here is the audio from Jeremy Ten's media scrum, following is 2nd place finish at the #CTNSC15. At the time of the interview he was sitting in first place, with just 1 skater to go. http://www.directlinkupload.com/uploads/18.104.22.168/Jeremey%20Ten%20Post%20Free.mp3
Today is the exhibition gala at the the #CTNSC15! The top five in each of the senior divisions will take to the ice, in what promises to be the highlight of everyone's weekend. Throughout the day we will be uploading more of our interviews with skaters following yesterday's free programs.
On the ice now at the #CTNSC15 are the pairs 7-5th
So much has happened in the last few hours here at the #CTNSC15! Winning the gold in the Women's competition was Gabrielle Daleman. And capturing the Men's gold was Nam Nguyen. The Cave caught up with both skaters, as well as many others following the Free Programs. We will have those interviews uploaded soon. This evening medals will be awarded in both the Ice Dance and Pairs competitions. Currently in the lead in Ice Dance are Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, followed by Central Ontario's Piper Gilles and Paul Porier. In the lead in Pairs are fan favourites Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford. Stay tuned to The Cave's facebook page for the latest updates and interviews.
Gabrielle Daleman is your Senior Women's Champ!
Music from Les Miserables seems to be a popular choice amongst skaters. #CTNSC15
Up next is the Men's Free Program for skater ranked 18th-7th. Don't forget 12th ranked Kevin Reynolds will not skate as he has withdrawn from competition. #CTNSC15
Fun Fact: The Ladies skating today are all chasing Joannie Roachette's National Record of 208.23. #CTNSC15
After two groups in the women's Free Program, the current leader is Central Ontario's Michelle Long. She has a score of 137.34. #CTNSC15!
2 skaters are celebrating birthdays today at the #CTNSC15! Mélissande Dumas turns 23, and Barrie Ontario's Mitchell Islam turns 25! Happy Birthday!
BREAKING: After placing 12th in yesterday's Short Program, B.C's Kevin Reynolds has withdrawn from the #CTNSC15!
It's the final day of competition here at the #CTNSC15! Here are your leaders going in to today's Free Programs: Senior Women - Gabrielle Daleman 52.91 Senior Men - Nam Nguyen 81.78 Senior Pairs - Meagan Duhamel And Eric Radford 79.50 Senior Ice Dance - Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje 76.26
Going in to tomorrow's Free Dance Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje are the leaders, followed by Piper Gilles and Paul Pourier. #CTNSC15
We're about ten minutes away from the Short Dance Competition. Up first are Quebec's Jade Robitaille and Philippe Granger. #CTNSC15