Joannie Rochette, who captured the hearts of Canadians when she competed at the Vancouver Olympics just days after her mother’s death, adidas superstar hombre is headed to Skate Canada’s Hall of Fame.
She will be joined in the class of 2017 by fellow singles skater Jennifer Robinson, new balance 574 online sale the coaching teams of Sadie and Albert Enders and Josee Picard and Eric Gillies, Maglia DeMar DeRozan and builders Ron Vincent and Steve Milton.
The figure skater captured bronze at the Vancouver Games just days after her mom died of a heart attack. adidas superstar mujer She carried Canada’s flag in the closing ceremony and then returned home to grieve.
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Robinson is a six-time Canadian champion from Goderich, Ont., who competed at one Olympics and eight world championships.
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were coaching pioneers in singles, goedkoop nike air max nederland ice dance and pairs. cheap jordans uk They guided Suzanne Morrow and Wallace Diestelmeyer to Olympic and world bronze medals in 1948.
Picard and Gillies have coached skaters to Canadian and international medals in singles, pairs and ice dance.