Skate Canada 2016, the second of sixGrand Prix of Figure Skatingseries events to be contested this fall, concluded on Oct. 29 as medals were awarded across all four disciplines: men's, ladies', pairs, and ice dancing. Here's a look at the full competition results, which saw a collectively dominant performance by athletes representing the home nation.

World champion tops women's Skate Canada 2016 results

A week after American Ashley Wagner won the title at Skate America 2016, reigning world champion Evgenia Medvedeva turned in a pair of glistening skates to become the 2016-17 Grand Prix series' second gold medalist in women's singles.

The 16-year old Russian won both the short and long programs to top the Skate Canada 2016 results with a 220.65. Canadian Kaetlyn Osmond claimed the home nation's first medal of the event by taking the silver (206.45), while Satoko Miyahara of Japan skated to the bronze (192.08). The sole American in the mix, Olympian Mirai Nagasu, placed just ninth (151.92).

Duhamel/Radford defend pairs title

In pairs, Canadians Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford successfully defended their Skate Canada title with a cumulative mark of 218.30. Xiaoyu Yu and Hao Zhang of China posted a 202.08 to claim the silver, while Canadians Liubov Ilyushechkina and Dylan Moscovitch edged Americans Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier 190.22 to 188.23 to take the bronze.

Patrick Chan strikes Skate Canada 2016 gold

On the men's side, home crowd favorite Patrick Chan held off a hard charge by 2014 Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan to take the gold, 266.95 to 263.06. Canadian Kevin Reynolds earned his nation's fifth Skate Canada 2016 medal by earning the bronze (245.06).

The two American entrants, Grant Hochstein and Ross Miner, placed just 11th (204.69) and 12th (196.53) respectively in the final standings.

Virtue/Moir edge Chock/Bates for ice dance title

Former Olympic and world champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir finished up their return to the Grand Prix series by narrowly edging Americans and long dance winners Madison Chock and Evan Bates for Skate Canada 2016 ice dance gold, 189.06 to 188.24.

Canadians Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier of Canada placed third in both the short and long dances to claim the bronze (182.57). The event's other American pair, Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker, placed sixth (162.19).

The third event in the 2016-17 Grand Prix of Figure Skating series, the 2016 Rostelecom Cup, will take place next weekend in Moscow. Team USA's Courtney Hicks, Max Aaron, Madison Chock and Evan Bates, and Elliana Pogrebinsky and Alex Benoit are scheduled to compete.

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