Alaine Chartrand
Alaine Chartrand Senior Women
The 2015-2016 season was a banner year for Prescott’s Alaine Chartrand. Alaine won her first Canadian championship, which earned her a berth to the 2016 World Championships, in Boston. Recently, she has been practicing her triple axel, a jump which few women have successfully engineered. Alaine is coached by Michelle Leigh and Brian Orser, and skates at a variety of rinks in the Ottawa and Toronto areas.

NATIONAL EVENTS INTERNATIONAL EVENTS
SENIOR LADIES
2016 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 1
2015 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 2
2014 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 5
2013 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 3
2013 Skate Canada Challenge – 4
2012 Canadian National Skating Championships – 9
2012 Skate Canada Challenge – 3
JUNIOR LADIES
2011 Canadian National Skating Championships – 10
NOVICE LADIES
2010 Canadian National Skating Championships – 13
SENIOR LADIES
2016 ISU World Figure Skating Championships – 17
2016 ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships – 11
2015 Rostelecom Cup – 6
2015 Skate America – 12
2015 Nebelhorn Trophy – 4
2015 ISU World Team Trophy – 4 (team)
2015 ISU World Championships – 11
2015 ISU Four Continents Championships – 10
2014 Skate Canada International – 7
2014 Rostelecom Cup – 3
2014 U.S. Senior International Classic – 4
JUNIOR LADIES
2014 ISU World Junior Championships – 5
2014 ISU Four Continents Championships – 7 (SR)
2013 ISU Junior Grand Prix (Minsk) – 7
2013 ISU Junior Grand Prix (Riga) – 4
2013 ISU World Junior Championships – 8
2012 ISU Junior Grand Prix (Zagreb) – 6
2012 ISU Junior Grand Prix (Lake Placid) – 7

Date of Birth: March 26, 1996, Brockville, ON
Hometown: Prescott, ON
Training Locations: Prescott, ON / Nepean, ON / Toronto, ON
Height: 5’0″
Club: Nepean SC
Coaches: Michelle Leigh / Brian Orser
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