One of the first men to land an axel, Orser is also known for being able to perform a backflip on skates - something he did with more frequency in professional performances for "Stars on Ice".
His passions include dirt biking, martial arts, and singing but this figure skater was really King of the ice in the 1990s.
She placed 5th at the 2000–01 ISU Junior Grand Prix event in France and 4th at the event in Mexico.
She qualified for the 2001 Canadian Championships by winning both her qualifying events.
And your “Stars” family is sitting right there next to you.
Brian Orser did it in 1988 in Calgary, losing the Battle of the Brians and taking his second silver medal during an Olympic Games; he failed to place in subsequent tournaments, ultimately going pro and moving into coaching in later years.Rochette received her DEC from Collège André-Grasset’s Natural Sciences program in November 2011.It took 7 years for her to complete the program, which could have been finished in two or three years under normal circumstances.Joannie Rochette (born January 13, 1986) is a Canadian figure skater.She is the 2010 Olympic bronze medalist, the 2009 World silver medalist, the 20 Four Continents silver medalist, the 2004 Grand Prix Final bronze medalist, and a six-time (2005–10) Canadian national champion. On February 21, 2010, two days before the beginning of ladies' figure skating competition at the winter Olympics in Vancouver, her mother, Thérèse Rochette, died of a heart attack at age 55 at Vancouver General Hospital after arriving to watch her compete; Rochette chose to remain in the competition and skate in her mother's honour.
In the 1999–2000 season, she won the 2000 Canadian Championships on the novice level.