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Date of Birth: April 21, 1977
Place of Birth: Red Deer, AB
Hometown: Red Deer, AB
Height: 5'1" (155 cm)
Weight: 103 lbs (42 kg)
Club: CPA St-Leonard
Years on National Team: 9

At age 16, Jamie competed in the 1994 Olympics with then-partner Jason Turner. They finished a disappointing 12th. After this, Jamie quit pairs. She took up singles skating, but without success. Jamie was working as a waitress when she auditioned to skate with David in 1996. However, David did not want to move out west, and Jamie was too young to move east. Two years later, both were at the end of their careers when they decided to try skating together again. Something clicked, and as soon as David returned home, Jamie called him. They started training right away. Jamie and David experienced a series of injuries, so their partnership only officially started in July 1998, and it has been magic ever since.


Date of Birth: November 22, 1974
Place of Birth: Sayabec, Quebec
Hometown: Sayabec, Quebec
Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
Weight: 180 lbs (82 kg)
Club: CAP Pierrefonds
Years on National Team: 7

David has competed in pairs for 14 years. His first pairs success was with Julie Laporte in 1992, where they placed 7th at the World Junior Championships. David paired up with Allison Gaylor in 1995, where they came in 15th at the 1995 Championships. David almost made the Canadian world team in singles skating, but at the 1995 nationals, he slipped in the long program and dropped from 2nd after the short to 4th overall. David’s partnership with Caroline Roy didn’t last long in 1998, when his former partner Julie Laporte was killed in a car accident.


Short Program: "Jalousie" by L. Foster
Long Program: "Adagio Sostenuto" from Piano Concerto #2 by Sergei Rachmaninov ("The Orchid")
"Love Story" (Soundtrack) by Francis Lai
Coach: Jan Ullmark
Choreographer: Lori Nichol
Training centre: Royal Glenora Club
Previous coach: Richard Gauthier (Quebec)


2002 Olympics Co-gold medallists in Salt Lake City
2002 Canadian Championship
2001/02 Skate Canada in Saskatoon
2001/02 Skate America in Colorado Springs
2001 ISU Grand Prix Final in Kitchener
2001 World Pairs Championship
2000/01 National Championship
2000 Sears Figure Skating Open
2000 Skate Canada
2000 Skate America
2000 ISU Four Continents
1999 Skate America


2000 Trophée Lalique - 2
1999 Canadian National Championships - 2
1999 Sparkassen Cup on Ice - 2
1998 Skate Canada - 3
2000 World Championships - 4