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Claudio Pietrantonio

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Biography updated on 02/25/19
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General Info

NameClaudio Pietrantonio
Telephone #514-531-4043
Date of Birth 6/3/1997
LocationSt-Hubert, Quebec, Canada
CoachJulien Lalonde, Mylene Girard, Lynn McKay
‭(514) 604-7400‬
Will relocate?no
Wants to compete...

Dance at the level(s):

Physical Info

Height5'5"  /  165 cm
Weight135 lbs  /  61 kg
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBrown

Compulsory DanceDiamond
Moves In the FieldGold
Competitive History

CompetitionLevel & CategoryPlacement
2018 Skate Canada ChallengeJunior Dance2 / 22
2017 ISU JGP Egna/NeumarktJunior Dance3 / 17
2017 ISU JGP Riga CupJunior Dance5 / 14
2016 ISU JGP DresdenJunior Dance6 / 14
2016 ISU JGP Cup of MordoviaJunior Dance4 / 16
Short Answers
Q: What are your skating goals, both short-term and long-term?
My short-term goal would be to find a partner that is just as motivated and passionate about ice dance as I am.

My long-term goal would be to continue competing on the international circuit and to develop a solid partnership. Some international competitions I strive to one day compete at include the World Championships and the Olympics.
Q: What qualities do you possess that would make you a good partner?
I’m a very organized and hard-working skater. I like to pay attention to details and aim to always be the best skater on the ice.

I also have four years of international competition experience, which in turn has helped me to manage my stress during competition very well.

I’m easy to work with and like working hard while having fun in the process.
Extra comments:
I had started a new and promising partnership this year but she unfortunately decided that dance was not for her. I wish her good luck in her future projects, as I am now searching for a new partner.

I am Skate Canada’s 2018 Toller Cranston Award recipient. “The Toller Cranston Memorial Fund Athlete Award was created to celebrate young skaters who display exceptional artistry on ice at the Canadian National Novice and Junior Championships.”