Gabrielle Daleman
Gabrielle DalemanSenior Women
Gabrielle Daleman used her power and finesse to propel herself to new heights in 2016. After placing second at the 2016 Canadian championships, Gabby earned a berth to the world championships in Boston, where she set personal best scores in the short, free and total scores, and was rewarded with a top-ten finish. The ex-gymnast routinely shows off her flexibility in her programs, much to the delight of fans.

NATIONAL EVENTS INTERNATIONAL EVENTS
SENIOR LADIES
2016 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 2
2015 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 1
2014 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 2
2013 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 2
2013 Skate Canada Challenge – 3
JUNIOR LADIES
2012 Canadian National Skating Championships – 1
2012 Skate Canada Challenge – 3
NOVICE LADIES
2011 Canadian National Skating Championships – 6
SENIOR LADIES
2016 Team Challenge Cup – 1 (team)
2016 ISU World Figure Skating Championships – 9
2015 Trophée Éric Bompard – 6
2015 Skate Canada International – 5
2015 Ondrej Nepela Trophy – 4
2015 ISU World Team Trophy – 4 (team)
2015 ISU World Figure Skating Championships – 21
2015 ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships – 7
2014 NHK Trophy – 6
2014 Cup of China – 5
2014 Autumn Classic International – 1
2014 Olympic Winter Games – 17
2014 ISU World Championhips – 13
JUNIOR LADIES
2013 ISU Junior Grand Prix – 4
2013 ISU Junior Grand Prix – 3
2013 ISU World Team Trophy – 11 (SR)
2013 ISU World Junior Championships – 6
2012 ISU Junior Grand Prix – 5
2012 ISU Junior Grand Prix – 6

Date of Birth: January 13, 1998, Toronto, ON
Hometown: Newmarket, ON
Training Location: Toronto, ON
Height: 5’0″
Club: Toronto Cricket, Skating & Curling Club
Coaches: Lee Barkell / Brian Orser
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