Madeline Schizas | Golden Skate

Madeline Schizas

Dreamer57

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Madeline Schizas is a Canadian figure skater, born on 14 February 2003 in Oakville, Ontario. She is the 2022 Canadian national champion. She won gold at the 2021 Skate Canada challenge and is the 2020 Canadian national bronze medalist. At her debut world championships in 2021, she placed 13th and earning a spot for Canada at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Madeline jumps and spins clockwise. She began skating at the age of 3 and she trains in Milton, Ontario. Her coaches are Nancy Lemaire and Derek Schmidt.

Madeline appeared as a skating double in the 2020 Netflix drama Spinning Out (Leah). She lives in Oakville with her mother, father and dog Sebastian.

ISU profile
Skate Canada profile
Instagram
Twitter
IMDB
Personal Website

ISU Personal Bests
Personal Best Total Score192.14ISU GP Rostelecom Cup 2021
Personal Best Score Short Program68.77ISU World Championships 2021
Personal Best Score Free Skating125.44ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2021

Programs:
2021-2022
SP: My Sweet and Tender Beast by Evgeni Doga
FS: Entrance of Butterfly (from "Madam Butterfly") by Giacomo Puccini; Un Bel Di Vedremo (from "Madam Butterfly") by Giacomo Puccini
2020-2021
SP: "Stranger in Paradise" by Alexander Borodin, Robert Wright and George Forrest; choreo by Asher Hill
FS: "I Will Wait for You" by Michel Legrand, Jacques Denny and Norman Gimbel; choreo by Asher Hill

2019-2020
SP: "Stranger in Paradise" by Alexander Borodin, Robert Wright and George Forrest; choreo by Asher Hill
FS: "Miss Saigon" soundtrack by Claude-Michel Schonberg; choreo by Asher Hill

Results
EventSPFSTotal
2021/2022 Season
Canadian Nationals 20221 (72.05)1 (126.19)1 (198.24)
Cup of Russia 20214 (67.82)7 (124.32)6 (192.14)
Skate Canada 20219 (62.61)9 (123.95)8 (186.56)
Finlandia Trophy 202112 (59.29)8 (125.44)9 (184.73)
2021 Cranberry Cup International6 (59.70)3 (113.64)5 (173.34)
2020/2021 Season
2021 World Championships9 (68.77)14 (117.01)13 (185.78)
2021 Skate Canada Challenge4 (57.71)1 (117.94)1 (175.65)
2019/2020 Season
2020 Challenge Cup6 (60.32)3 (115.24)3 (175.56)
2020 Canadian Nationals2 (60.66)3 (107.41)3 (168.07)
2020 Skate Canada Challenge4 (52.96)1 (104.04)1 (157.00)
2020 Bavarian Open (Jr.)1 (56.10)1 (108.19)1 (164.29)
2019 Volvo Open Cup (Jr.)4 (56.45)8 (94.26)5 (150.71)
2018/2019 Season
2019 Canadian Nationals (Jr.)6 (46.77)2 (87.82)2 (134.59)
2019 Skate Canada Challenge2 (53.04)6 (81.43)3 (134.47)

Videos
2021 Worlds SP
2021 Skate Canada Challenge FS
2020 Nationals FS
2020 Nationals SP

Features
Skate Ontario blog post Apr 2021
Bev Smith Writes blog Jan 2021
IFS article May 2020
 
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Cutting the ice

Spectator
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Nov 14, 2012
Does anybody have a video link of Maddie’s free from Ontario Sectionals? I don’t see it posted on Skate Canada Dailymotion website
 

Ic3Rabbit

Patineuse élite et professionnelle
Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 9, 2017
Country
Canada
Does anybody have a video link of Maddie’s free from Ontario Sectionals? I don’t see it posted on Skate Canada Dailymotion website
 

siberia82

Addicted to Canadian men's singles skating
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Country
Canada
Oops, I've neglected to share the CBC.ca video of her winning free skate at Nationals: https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1991105091558


Madeline was briefly interviewed about making the Olympic team.

2022 CFSC Olympic Team Update + Interviews + Discussion (CBC TV 720p, 59fps):
 
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