Canadas adult figure skaters had a successful week at the 10th annual International Skating Union (ISU) Adult Figure Skating Competition held in Oberstdorf, Germany, from May 25-31, 2014. Jawaan Taylor Jersey . The team consisting of 50 Canadians took home a total of 34 medals, including 10 gold medals, 14 silver medals, and 10 bronze medals. The competition drew a record 432 skaters plus 12 synchronized skating teams, between the ages of 28-78, from 28 countries. Canadian skaters showed great prowess in the record-sized fields that ran as high as 35 entries. "The Canadian team in Oberstdorf did a phenomenal job representing our country both on and off the ice," said Dan Thompson, Skate Canada Chief Executive Officer. "They truly embody the positive healthy lifestyle seen throughout the adult skating community, while achieving excellence in competition." ISU President Ottavio Cinquanta was in attendance last week and echoed these sentiments: "The enthusiasm and passion for ice skating that adult skaters transmit is a gift for the entire skating community." The Canadian medalists at the 2014 ISU Adult Figure Skating Competition were: Gold medalists: Jannette Wood (Ladies Artistic Bronze III)Annette Nymeyer (Ladies Artistic Silver III)Jacob Brunott (Men Artistic Bronze III)Linda Maundrell (Ladies Artistic Bronze V)Gary Beacom (Men Artistic Master (Elite III & IV)Diane Gilders (Ladies Bronze III Free Skate)Terri-Lynn Black-Calleri & Jacob Brunott (Bronze Pattern Dance)Ken Langlois & Alison Clark (Master Pattern Dance)David Dickey (Men Gold III & IV Free Skate)Gary Beacom (Men Master Elite III Free Skate) Silver medalists: Diane Gilder (Ladies Artistic Bronze III)Don Murray (Men Artistic Silver III & IV)Raye Ryan (Ladies Bronze IV & V Free skate)Hisayo Shibata (Ladies Artistic Gold IIGloria Purvey (Ladies Artistic Gold III & IV)Denis La Rochelle (Men Silver IV & V Free Skate)Sarina Tsai (Ladies Artistic Master (Elite) I)Jannette Wood (Ladies Bronze III Free Skate)Hisayo Shibata (Ladies Master Elite II Free Skate)Diana Barkley & Geoff Squires (Gold Pattern Dance)Sarina Tsai (Ladies Master Elite I Free Skate)Diana Barkley & Geoff Squires (Ice Dance Master Short Dance)Sue Edwards & Jim Wilkins (Ice Dance Bronze Free Dance)Diana Barkley & Geoff Squires (Ice Dance Master and Elite Master Free Dance) Bronze medalists: Joan McGrath (Ladies Artistic Bronze III)Denis La Rochelle (Men Artistic Silver III & IV)Francesco Ventura (Men Artistic Gold III & IV)Jeffrey Bullard (Men Artistic Bronze III)James Wilkins (Men Artistic Bronze IV)Francesco Ventura (Men Silver IV & V Free Skate)David Dickey (Men Artistic Master (Elite) III & IV)Michelle Lamothe (Ladies Artistic Silver IV)Gloria Purvey (Ladies Gold III Free Skate)Luda Kalenuk (Ladies Artistic Master and Elite Master II & III) The ISU Adult Working Group also took the opportunity to announce next years event, which takes place May 18-24, 2015 in Oberstdorf, Germany. 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The 20-year-old Spieth tied for second behind Bubba Watson last Sunday and continued his strong play with a 69, part of a large group tied for fifth at Harbour Town Golf Links. Kuchar and Spieth both spent much of Sunday in the pressure cooker that is the Masters final round. But neither player allowed any lingering disappointment or fatigue from a grueling week to slow them down here. "I was anxious to get back out and play another competitive round," Spieth said. "So today was going to be kind of therapy, in a sense, from last week." Langley and McGirt each had five birdies on the front nine to match Kuchar. Harris English was two shots behind after a 68 before Spieth topped a group of 15 another stroke back. In all, 54 competitors shot par or better despite the gusts of 20 mph that swept through the course much of the round. The week after the seasons first major is generally one of rest for many of golfs big names and this years no different. Masters champ Watson took off as did Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy. World No. 1 Tiger Woods continues recuperating from back surgery that kept him from playing Augusta National for the first time in 20 years. Just six of the worlds top-20 ranked golfers teed it up this week, led by Kuchar at No. 6. Spieth, who tied with fellow Masters rookie Jonas Blixt for second last week, didnt consider withdrawing at Harbour Town, convinced of the benefits of quickly getting back to work. It was also a get-to-know-you session for Spieth, who was paired with U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson and 2012 Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III. "It was unbelievable just to be playing with them," Spieth said. For Kuchar, playing was a no-brainer considering the strong run hes been on the past month or so. He tied for fourth at the Texas Open three weeks ago and lost in a playoff at the Houston Open a week later right before the Masters. Marqise Lee Youth Jersey. And Kuchar understands being focused at the Masters can mean being zoned in at Harbour Town. "Youre going to see a lot of guys, if theyre not too run down from a major championship, come out and play some pretty good golf the week following." Kuchar played with confidence and precision, avoiding the winds when possible and playing to the meatiest parts of the smallish greens. After starting on the back nine, Kuchar birdied both the par 5 holes on the front side before finishing with a birdie on his final hole, the ninth, to shoot in the 60s for the sixth time in his past 11 rounds here. "It was some awfully steady golf," he said. Langley, with his early birdie run, looked as if he might finish on top alone after a 17-foot birdie putt on the par-3 14th moved him to 6 under. But Langley wound up in the scrub along the 18th green and took bogey to fall into the three-way tie for first. Langley has missed seven cuts this season, including his past two tournaments. But he felt confident in his game and took motivation from his friend Spieths run at a green jacket last week. "Seeing Jordan do so well, almost win the Masters, inspired me a little bit," Langley said. McGirt played in the same group with Langley and matched his partner with five front-nine birdies. He chipped in on the par-3 17th to move up into the tie for first. "Scott and I were both making birdies left and right," McGirt said. "It was easy to feed off each other." DIVOTS: Nick Faldo may make his weekend TV job after all. The CBS Sports analyst opened his first RBC Heritage in eight years with a 6-over 77 to tie for next-to-last place. The 56-year-old Faldo won his first U.S. event at Harbour Town in 1984. ... Davis Love III has been the Harbour master at the RBC Heritage with five victories and a tour-best $2.63 million won here. But he missed the past two years with injuries and was back for the first time since 2011. The layoff didnt slow Love down as he opened with a 1-under 70 -- his 59th career round under par at Harbour Town. ... Tom Watson was a two-time RBC Heritage champion who hadnt played here since 2001. He shot a 4-over 75. ' ' '