Isabeau Levito | Golden Skate

Isabeau Levito

bubblecherry

Final Flight
Joined
Feb 20, 2018
Isabeau was born March 3rd, 2007 in Philadelphia. Her hometown is listed as Mount Holly, New Jersey.

At the senior level, she is the 2022 Skate America and 2022 MKJW Trophy silver medalist; she has qualified to the 2022-23 GPF. She is also the 2022 US National bronze medalist.

At the junior level, Isabeau is the 2022 World Junior Champion, the 2021 U.S. Junior Champion, the 2021 JGP Courchevel II champion and the 2021 JGP Linz silver medalist. She is also the 2020 U.S. junior silver medalist, the 2019 U.S. intermediate silver medalist and the 2018 U.S. juvenile champion.

Her coaches are Yulia Kuznetsova, Otar Japaridze, Slava Kuznetsov, Zhanna Palagina, and Evgeny Platov.


Biographical Information:

ISU Bio:

http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00111287.htm

US Fanzone Bio:
https://usfigureskatingfanzone.com/sports/figure-skating/roster/isabeau-levito/519

Rink Results:
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=13327

Skating Scores:
https://www.skatingscores.com/usa/women/isabeau_levito/


Social Media:

Instagram
:
https://instagram.com/isabeau.levito?utm_medium=copy_link

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/IsabeauLevito/


ISU Personal Bests

Personal Best Total Score215.74ISU GP MKJW Trophy 2022
Personal Best Score Short Program72.50World Junior Championships 2022
Personal Best Score Free Skating143.68ISU GP MKJW Trophy 2022

Programs:

2022-2023

SP: "Una Noche Mas" by Yasmin Levy
FS: "Dulcea Si Tandra Mea Fiara" by Eugen Doga, performed by Catalina Caraus; choreo by Yulia Kuznetsova

2021-2022
SP: "The Swan" by Camille Saint-Saens, performed by Joshua Bell
FS: "Russian Dance" (from "Swan Lake") by Petr I. Tchaikovski

2020-2021
SP: “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps” by Dorris Day
FS: “Malaguena” by Black Stanley and 101 Violin Strings

2019-2020
SP: “Malaguena” by 101 String Orchestra
FS: “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps” by Doris Day


Results
(Videos linked in table)​
CompetitionLevelSP ScoreSP RankFS ScoreFS RankTotal ScoreFinal PlacementExhibition
2022-2023 Season
2022 MK John Wilson TrophySenior72.062143.682215.742
2022 Skate AmericaSenior71.302135.362206.662
2022 Ondrej Nepela TrophySenior65.371133.621198.991
2021-2022 Season
World Junior Championships 2022Junior72.501134.052206.551
2022 US NationalsSenior71.004139.752210.753
ISU JGP Cup of Austria 2021Junior71.312136.992208.312
2021 JGP Courchevel IIJunior71.251131.101202.351Exhibition
2021 Skate MilwaukeeJunior70.101129.022199.121
2020-2021 Season
U.S. Championships 2021Junior65.661121.822187.481
U.S. Championship Series 2021Junior117.681
2019-2020 Season
U.S. Championships 2020Junior59.183120.292179.472
Eastern Sectional Singles Final 2020Novice59.131112.321171.451
Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy 2019Advanced novice37.37573.783111.153
North Atlantic Regional Singles Challenge 2020Novice56.191116.141172.331
2019 U.S. Challenge SkateNovice57.641114.081171.721
2018-2019 Season
U.S. Championships 2019Intermediate51.85290.002141.852
Eastern Sectional Championships 2019Intermediate45.78383.732129.512
North Atlantic Regional Championships 2019Intermediate86.331
North Atlantic Regional Championships 2019Intermediate42.85290.132132.982



Interviews/Articles:

 
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bubblecherry

Final Flight
Joined
Feb 20, 2018
Glad she has a fanpage - I saw her programme at the Peggy Fleming Trophy and was completely mesmerised - her skating is stunning.

Here’s a link to that performance:


It’s a different and longer version of her SP this year. Just beautiful :love: The spiral :love: :love: :love:
 

zebobes

Final Flight
Joined
Mar 29, 2012
Thinking about Isabeau's debut international skate and Shcherbakova's, there are some similarities in that they both missed their first Junior season (Anna because of injury, Isabeau because of COVID canceling the entire season), and they have a lot of similar strengths and weaknesses. They also were similarly high-scoring because they both had an extra year to mature out of the public eye, so their entrance is all the more dazzling.
 
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Azikin

Medalist
Joined
Jan 12, 2018
Thinking about Isabeau's debut international skate and Shcherbakova's, there are some similarities in that they both missed their first Junior season (Anna because of injury, Isabeau because of COVID canceling the entire season), and they have a lot of similar strengths and weaknesses. They also were similarly high-scoring because they both had an extra year to mature out of the public eye, so their entrance is all the more dazzling.
Yes, I agree, it felt a bit like I'm watching Anna's American cousin.. ;) A new start is born, that was a truly mesmerizing performance! And I can't believe she didn't have a fan fest until yesterday, while Anna had a livelier fanfest than a world champion Osmond at that time even before her international debut.. ;)
 

3T3T

Final Flight
Joined
Jan 1, 2007
Country
Ireland
Being honest, I never heard of this skater till this week. I thought both of her skates were fantastic, a real joy to watch. A great international debut with a score of 200+. I look forward to seeing her progress through the season.

She has a very Russian looking coaching team, plus Otar from Georgia.
 

riddle

Spectator
Joined
Jan 2, 2021
The following articles are not new, but, as this fanfest is, have not been shared yet:

"I always admired Evgenia Medvedeva, but as of right now I really look up to Alena Kostornaia," Levito said. "I really love the way she moves on the ice, her extensions and her landings. She lands with the same speed she goes into a jump with."

Meeting her favorite Philadelphia Flyer, Carter Hart:
“Because he works very hard and very determined for a younger hockey player, let’s say, and he focuses so much and puts all of himself into the sport”

Yulia Kuznetsova is her main coach? She and Otar Japaridze are both listed as coaches at Isabeau's home rink.

Zhanna Palagina is probably her ballet teacher and maybe choreographer?

“I know what I'm working towards.” Her online school is proud of her.

I will not provide a link, as I don't know whether Joseph "Tim" Levito was definitely her father, but it seems very likely. Would be very sad. As she doesn't talk that much about her family, maybe I shouldn't have mentioned it at all. @moderators: please feel free to delete this paragraph.
 

luisaanna

Spectator
Joined
Aug 29, 2021
The following articles are not new, but, as this fanfest is, have not been shared yet:

"I always admired Evgenia Medvedeva, but as of right now I really look up to Alena Kostornaia," Levito said. "I really love the way she moves on the ice, her extensions and her landings. She lands with the same speed she goes into a jump with."

Meeting her favorite Philadelphia Flyer, Carter Hart:
“Because he works very hard and very determined for a younger hockey player, let’s say, and he focuses so much and puts all of himself into the sport”

Yulia Kuznetsova is her main coach? She and Otar Japaridze are both listed as coaches at Isabeau's home rink.

Zhanna Palagina is probably her ballet teacher and maybe choreographer?

“I know what I'm working towards.” Her online school is proud of her.

I will not provide a link, as I don't know whether Joseph "Tim" Levito was definitely her father, but it seems very likely. Would be very sad. As she doesn't talk that much about her family, maybe I shouldn't have mentioned it at all. @moderators: please feel free to delete this paragraph.
 

LiamV426

On the Ice
Joined
Mar 21, 2018
Country
Scotland

Taste! :love2: I was thinking when watching her she's the first Junior skater to really blow me away since Kostornaia.

I'm in love with her artistry already and am looking forward to seeing how it develops, the positions she hits are fabulous!
 
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