Gabrielle Daleman is a Canadian figure skater. She is a 2018 Olympic gold medallist in the team event, the 2017 World bronze medallist, 2017 Four Continents silver medallist, 2014 CS Autumn Classic champion, and two-time Canadian national champion. She represented Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
|Born:||January 13, 1998, Toronto, Ontario|
|Home town:||Newmarket, Ontario|
|Former coach:||Andrei Berezintsev, Inga Zusev, Kent Grice, Tracy Wilson, Brian Orser|
|Former choreographer:||Andrei Berezintsev|
|Skating club:||The Granite Club|
|Former skating club:||Hilltop Skating Club of Newmarket Toronto Cricket and Curling Club|
|Former training locations:||Richmond Hill, Ontario|
|World standing:||10 (2017–18), 11 (2016–17), 16 (2015–16), 25 (2014–15), 41 (2013–14), 82 (2012–13)|
|Season's bests:||20 (2017–18), 7 (2016–17), 11 (2015–16), 29 (2014–15), 34 (2013–14), 40(2012–13)|
|Combined total:||214.15, 2017 Team Worlds|
|Short program:||72.70, 2016 Trophée de France|
|Free skate:||142.41, 2017 Team Worlds|
|Twitter:||Gabrielle Daleman's Twitter profile|
About Gabrielle Daleman
Canadian figure skater who won silver in the singles event at the 2013 and 2014 Canadian Figure Skating Championships. She made her Olympic debut representing Canada in 2014; she won gold as part of the team event at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
She started skating at four years old and debuted on the ISU Junior Grand Prix tour in 2012.
At age sixteen, she was the youngest Canadian to compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
She has a younger brother named Zack who is also a competitive figure skater.
She competed against gold medalist Kaetlyn Osmond a the 2014 Canadian Figure Skating Championships.
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- Olympic medalists in figure skating
- Olympic gold medalists for Canada