Biography

Madeline Schizas is Canada’s Leading Lady! The 2022 Canadian National Champion has been Canada’s top female skater since joining the senior circuit in 2020.

Maddie first started on the ice at the age of three. When she was six years old, her parents took her to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Maddie watched the best in the world, and it was Joannie Rochette’s performance which inspired Maddie’s own skating journey!

Maddie had a successful junior career before making the jump to senior in 2020 where she captured the bronze medal at the Canadian Championships. From there, Maddie took off! Maddie defended her title at the 2021 Skate Canada Challenge securing her spot at the 2021 World Championships. After a personal best in the short program, finishing 9th, Maddie went on to finish thirteenth overall and secured Canada’s spot at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Maddie was Canada’s Leading Lady throughout the 2021 Grand Prix season and entered the 2022 Canadian National Championships as the top ranked skater. Maddie skated brilliantly and won the National Title by 26 points!

Maddie was Canada’s only women’s skater representing Canada at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Off the ice, Maddie is studying Urban Planning at the University of Waterloo and plays and teaches piano.

Competitive Results

World Championships

12th

2022

Winter Olympics

19th

2022

Canadian Championships

1st

2022

Rostelecom Cup

6th

2021

Skate Canada

8th

2021

World Championships

13th

2021

Canadian Championships

3rd

2020

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