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Mackenzie Bent of Uxbridge, Ont., and Garrett MacKeen of Oshawa, Ont., finished fifth in ice dancing on Saturday to conclude the sixth and final stop on the ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating circuit.

Anna Yanovskaia and Serge Mozgov of Russia won the gold medal with 142.72 points, Irina Shtork and Taavi Rand of Estonia were second at 126.51 and Evgenia Kosigina and Nikolai Moroshkin of Russia were third at 123.48.

Bent and MacKeen, bronze medalists in their Grand Prix debut last month in Poland, were standing third after Friday's short dance.

“Overall I thought we skated really well,” said Bent. “It was a great experience to be in the final group once again at a Grand Prix event. We learned a lot and it will only help us for our next competition.”

Canada finished the competition with a gold medal earned by Katherine Bobak and Ian Beharry of Guelph, Ont., in pairs on Friday.

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