Finland will bid for a third straight title during the upcoming International Skating Union (ISU) World Junior Synchronised Skating Championships in Mississauga in Canada.
A total of 19 teams from 14 members of the ISU are due to compete at he event, which is due to get underway tomorrow and conclude on Saturday (March 11).
The 2017 edition of the World Junior Synchronised Skating Championships to be held since the ISU passed a ruling to stage the event on an annual rather than biennial basis.
The inaugural competition took place in Helsinki in 2013, before Zagreb staged the event in 2015.
Finland won the gold and silver medal at both the 2013 and 2015 events and they will be hoping to make it three in a row in the Canadian city.
Team Musketeers took the honours in 2015 and they will arrive in Mississauga as one of the favourites for yet another title.
Teams from the United States and the host nation are also expected to challenge.
Australia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey have also sent competitors to the event.
Each team is made up of 16 athletes, who will compete in the short programme and free skating disciplines.
The 2017 competition marks the first to ever be held in Canada.