Jessica Dubé is a Canadian figure skater who is best known for her pairs career with Bryce Davison. They are the 2008 World bronze medalists, the 2009 Four Continents silver medalists, and three-time Canadian national champions. They represented Canada at the 2006 and 2010 Winter Olympics. With later partner Sébastien Wolfe, Dubé is the 2012 Canadian national silver medalist.
|Born:||Oct 29, 1987, Drummondville, Quebec|
|Home town:||Varennes, Quebec|
|Former partner:||Sébastien Wolfe, Bryce Davison, Samuel Tetrault|
|Former coach:||Annie Barabé, John Zimmerman, Sophie Richard, Yvan Desjardins, David Pelletier|
|Former choreographer:||Sébastien Britten, David Wilson, Lori Nichol, Pasquale Camerlengo|
|Skating club:||Drummondville CPA|
|Former training locations:||Contrecœur, Quebec|
|Retired:||January 9, 2013|
|Combined total:||192.78, 2008 Worlds|
|Short program:||68.66, 2008 Worlds|
|Free skate:||124.12, 2008 Worlds|
|Twitter:||Jessica Dubé's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Jessica Dubé's Instagram profile|
About Jessica Dube
Olympics pair skater who took home the silver medal in pairs skating at the 2012 Canadian Figure Skating Championships.
She began skating at age four, and won her first medal in the Junior Grand Prix Final in 2003.
After retiring from skating at the end of the 2012-13 season, she announced she would transition to coaching.
She was born in Drummondville, Quebec, and grew up in nearby Varennes.
She used Chris Martin and Coldplay's song Fix You for two her of skating performances in the 2008-09 and the following season.
Information related to Jessica Dubé
- Sportspeople from Drummondville
- Battle of the Blades participants
- Canadian female pair skaters
- Canadian female single skaters
- Four Continents Figure Skating Championships medalists
- Figure skaters at the 2010 Winter Olympics
- Figure skaters at the 2006 Winter Olympics
- Olympic figure skaters of Canada
- Sportspeople from Quebec
- World Junior Figure Skating Championships medalists
- World Figure Skating Championships medalists