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Born in Ottawa, Patrick Chan has been figure skating since the age of five. Since then, he has won five consecutive national titles from 2008 to 2012. In 2011, he became the reigning World Champion (Moscow) establishing World Records in all 3 categories (short program, long program, and combined score), and in 2012 he re-established himself as the best male figure skater in the world, with a second World Championship gold.
He is the 2010-2011 Grand Prix Final champion, the 2009 & 2012 Four Continents Champion, In 2010, Patrick placed 5th in the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
Chan is fluent in English, French, and Cantonese, and is learning Mandarin. He graduated from École secondaire Étienne-Brûlé, a French language school in North York. After Chan became national champion, the school created an annual sporting award in his honor. Chan was most proficient in physics in high school and considered taking mechanical engineering at university. Chan plans to enroll in university in September 2011 and is considering a business degree.
Patrick has won numerous off-ice awards for his accomplishments. In January 2008, the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto (Youth Chapter) conferred Chan with the 2007 Chinese Canadian Youth of the Year award. In May 2008, Chan was named Asian of the Year in arts and sports by Asia Network magazine.
Patrick was recognized as the 2009 Ontario Male Athlete of the Year. In January 2009, the Globe and Mail named Chan as one of the most prominent sports personalities in their annual Power List in Canadian sports. In 2011, he received the Lou Marsh Award as Canada's top athlete.
Known for his vibrant and infectious personality, Chan is an inspiring addition to any event.
Patrick Chan's Speaker Programs:
- Personal Appearances