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Philomène Sabourin

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Biography updated on 06/21/21
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General Info

NamePhilomène Sabourin
Date of Birth 3/26/2004
LocationLyon, France
CoachMuriel Zazoui, Olivier Schoenfelder, Marien De La Asuncion, Emi Hiraï
Will relocate?undecided
Wants to compete...

Dance at the level(s):

Physical Info

Height5'2"  /  157 cm
Weight114 lbs  /  51 kg
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorChestnut blond
Jump DirectionCounter-clockwise

Compulsory DanceSilver
Competitive History

CompetitionLevel & CategoryPlacement
France Tournament Angers 2020Junior5 / 16
France Tournament Brive 2019Junior2 / 17
France Tournament Rouen 2018Advanced novice3 / 13
France Tournament Havre 2017Advanced novice2 / 9
Short Answers
Q: What are your skating goals, both short-term and long-term?
In the short term, I would like to find a partner to be able to compete at the national and international level. I would like to be at the top of the national ranking, attend the Junior Grand Prix, and participate to the Junior Worlds.

In the long term, I would like to compete in seniors with the high hope to participate in Worlds and Olympics if it is in my cords.
Q: What qualities do you possess that would make you a good partner?
I am very hardworking, always smiling and skating with positive energy, with the constant will to progress in the back of my head. I always want to push myself beyond my limits.
I learn quickly, am easygoing, and very passionate about the sport. I dance and perform very well, it is my strong point. I think playing with emotions is a really important part of ice dance as the sport has a real artistic dimension.
Above all I am determined and optimistic torwards my goals, even though I still like to have some fun during my training time !
Extra comments:
I moved to Lyon several months ago to have the opportunity to train more and acquire a better level as my old club was too small and not professional enough. As I arrived mid season last year, I did not have a lot of time training in my new club before the last two competitions of the season, which explains that my lasts results were not the best ones yet. I made a lot of progress since my arrival, especially after the lockdown and during Summer, so I know am ready to start couple and invest myself fully into a partnership.
I train 6 days a week and have, outside of my skating hours, physical preparation as well as classes of ballet and ballroom dancing.
To summarize, I would like to be part of a respectful, supportive, friendly and winning partnership formed by two determined skaters !

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