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David Pelletier (IV)

David Pelletier was born on November 22, 1974 in Sayabec, Québec, Canada. He is known for his work on Holiday Festival on Ice 2007 (2007), Battle of the Blades (2009) and The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition (2002). See full bio »

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Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Personal Quote:

[on competitive skating, 2012] It's apples an oranges, what they did then to what they have to do now. You have to basically insert a calculator in your outfit and while you're skating just add it up to see if it's enough. Patrick Chan can, and that's why he's winning by twenty points. Is it better, is it worse? I think you have to ask the fans, the people who buy the tickets. See more »

Trivia:

Won one gold Olympic medal with Jamie Salé in 2002 in Salt Lake City. They shared the gold medal with the Russian pair Yelena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze after the 2002 Olympic Winter Games figure skating scandal. See more »

Nickname:

Dave

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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