Gabrielle Daleman
Gabrielle DalemanSenior Women
Fierce and energetic, Gabrielle Daleman has an unmistakable presence on the ice. The 2017 world bronze medallist combines flexibility and force to create mesmerizing performances. The youngest member of the 2014 Olympic team has never placed lower than second at the Canadian championships and stood atop the podium in 2015. With a tough mentality, there are no limits in Daleman’s sights.

NATIONAL EVENTS INTERNATIONAL EVENTS
SENIOR LADIES
2017 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships – 2
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
2017 Cup of China – 6
2017 ISU World Figure Skating Championships – 3
2016 Trophee de France -4
2016 Skate America – 4
2016 Nebelhorn Trophy -3
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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