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BC Team National Figure Skater named Miss Teenage Richmond 2024

By Richmond Sentinel

Published 12:05 PDT, Fri July 5, 2024

16-year-old Chloe Lu was crowned as Miss Teenage Richmond 2024 at the Delta Hotels Vancouver Downtown Suites. Chloe is a competitive figure skater who has represented BC at several national competitions. She is currently in grade 11, attending Hugh McRoberts Secondary School. Chloe received the highest score amongst 10 BC contestants after several rounds of competition, including an interview with the judges, a fitness wear presentation, an evening gown presentation, a runway competition, online voting, and an on-stage performance in front of a live audience. She will be going to the national competition in Toronto in July 2024, running for the title of Miss Teenage Canada 2024 by Pageant Group Canada against 40+ other teenage girls across Canada. 

Chloe was first introduced to pageantry through her mom’s colleague although at first. Upon learning about the incredible experience and the internal growth and benefits, Chloe was captivated to begin her journey in pageantry. Chloe conducted her first interview back in October of 2023, and began training in early January 2024 after meeting her coach, Ariel Cao. Since January, Chloe has met with her coach on a weekly basis through Zoom and in person, vigorously preparing for her very first pageant in April. 

Her platform is on mental health, specifically in sports and also creating a safe learning environment for young Canadian athletes. She is approaching her 10th year as a competitive figure skater and hopes to end abuse and cruelty in all learning environments. She is currently a figure skating coach to young developing athletes, and is passionate about sharing her love for skating with others. As a national finalist, Chloe is motivated to advocate for inclusivity so that all Canadian athletes are empowered to chase after their dreams. 

In the months to come, she will be volunteering all across the Greater Vancouver area and fundraising for The Canadian Mental Health Association. Contact her at for appearance/sponsorship inquiries; she loves getting involved with her community. In July, an online voting portal will open on for the People’s Choice Award. Follow her journey on Instagram @Misschloelu. 

“If I had a wish to change the world, I would wish that all dreams came true and everybody succeeds,” says Chloe. 

“I am determined to inspire youth to follow their aspirations by promoting perseverance and an undefeated demeanour and be a beacon of hope to my community,” says Chloe. 

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