Apart from the gold-medal performance, the four-time Canadian champion is coming off two weekend shows in Brampton and will travel to China and South Korea for shows in June and July, before the next grand prix skating season begins in the fall.
Still delighting in his world title, Chan called that result a perfect end to the season, though he’s now taking steps to defend his title and hopefully continue what some media are calling the “Chan dynasty”.
“A gold and world record is great and I worked hard for it, but no, I’m not satisfied. I don’t really know when I will be satisfied. I guess that’s a good thing,” said Chan with a laugh.
“I want to dominate,” he explained, with a cool confidence, “I think that’s a good start to satisfaction."