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Jamie Rae Salé (born April 21, 1977) is a Canadian retired competitive figure skater. With former partner David Pelletier, she is the 2002 Winter Olympic champion, the 2001 World champion, a two-time Four Continents champion (2000 & 2001), a two-time Grand Prix Final champion (2000-01 & 2001-02), and a three-time Canadian national champion (2000-2002).  

Initially the 2002 Winter Olympic silver medalist behind Berezhnaya / Sikharulidze, she and Pelletier received gold medals after the vote of judge Marie-Reine Le Gougne were discarded, due to Le Gougne allegedly stating she had placed Berezhnaya / Sikharulidze first under duress of the French skating organization. Due to this controversy, the 6.0 scoring system, which was used at the time of the 2002 Winter Olympics, is now obsolete. 

Programs

With Pelletier

Season Short Program Freeskate
2001-2002
  • Jalousie
    by Jacob Gade
    performed by Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona I Nacional de Catalunya
    choreo. by Lori Nichol

Initial FS:

2000-2001
  • Come Rain or Come Shine (from St. Louis Woman)
    by Harold Arlen
    performed by David Sanborn
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
1999-2000
1998-1999

Exhibitions

Season Music
2003-2004
2002-2003
2001-2002
  • Rockin' the Boogie
    by David Wilcox
2000-2001
1999-2000
1998-1999

With Turner

Season Short Program Freeskate
1993-1994
  • Conga (from Oiseaux Exotiques Suite)
    by Harry Freedman

Singles skating

Season Short Program Freeskate
1994-1995 unknown

ISU Results

With Pelletier

2001-2002 Season
Date Competition SP FS FS Total
February 8 - 25 2002 Winter Olympics
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2
1.0
-- N/A 1
N/A
December 13 - 16 2001-02 Grand Prix Final
Flag of Canada.svg
1
0.4
2
1.2
1
1.0
1
2.6
November 1 - 4 2001 Skate Canada
Flag of Canada.svg
1
0.5
1
1.0
N/A 1
1.5
October 24 - 28 2001 Skate America
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1
0.5
1
1.0
1
1.5
2000-2001 Season
Date Competition SP FS FS Total
March 17 - 23 2001 World Championships
Flag of Canada.svg
3
1.5
1
1.0
N/A 1
2.5
February 15 - 18 2000-01 Grand Prix Final
23px-Flag of Japan.svg
2
1.0
1
1.0
1 2
2.0
February 7 - 10 2001 Four Continents Championships
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1
0.5
1
1.0
N/A 1
1.5
November 23 - 25 2000 Trophée Lalique
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1
0.5
2
2.0
2
2.5
November 2 - 5 2000 Skate Canada
Flag of Canada.svg
2
1.0
1
1.0
1
2.0
October 26 - 29 2000 Skate America
Flag of the United States.svg
2
1.0
1
1.0
1
2.0
1999-2000 Season
Date Competition SP FS Total
March 23 - April 3 2000 World Championships
Flag of France.svg
3
1.5
4
4.0
4
5.5
February 22 - 27 2000 Four Continents Championships
23px-Flag of Japan.svg
1
0.5
1
1.0
1
1.5
January 14 - 16 1999-00 Grand Prix Final
Flag of France.svg
4
4.0
5
2.5
5
6.5
November 11 - 14 1999 Sparkassen Cup on Ice
23px-Flag of Germany.svg
2
1.0
2
2.0
2
3.0
October 29 - 31 1999 Skate America
Flag of the United States.svg
1
0.5
1
1.0
1
1.5
1998-1999 Season
Date Competition SP FS Total
December 2 - 6 1998 NHK Trophy
23px-Flag of Japan.svg
4
2.0
3
3.0
3
5.0
November 5 - 8 1998 Skate Canada
Flag of Canada.svg
2
1.0
3
3.0
3
4.0

With Turner

1993-1994 Season
Date Competition SP FS Total
March 20 - 27 1994 World Championships
23px-Flag of Japan.svg
18
9.0
16
16.0
16
25.0
February 13 - 25 1994 Winter Olympics
NOR
14
7.0
12
12.0
12
19.0
December 9 - 12 1993 NHK Trophy
23px-Flag of Japan.svg
4
2.0
6
6.0
5
8.0
1992-1993 Season
Date Competition SP FS Total
November 26 - 29 1992 Piruetten
NOR
unknown 7
October 19 - 25 1992 Skate America
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unknown 7
1991-1992 Season
Date Competition SP FS Total
August 27 - 30 1991 Nebelhorn Trophy
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unknown 3

Singles skating

1994-1995 Season
Date Competition Level QR SP FS Total
November 21 - 27 1995 World Junior Championships
Flag of Hungary.svg
Junior 9 9
4.5
15
15.0
12
19.5

Medal Record

(In chronological order)

With Pelletier

Type Competition Season Level
Gold 2002 Winter Olympics (initially silver) 2001-02 Senior
Gold 2002 Canadian Championships 2001-02 Senior
Gold 2001-02 Grand Prix Final 2001-02 Senior
Gold 2001 Skate Canada 2001-02 Senior
Gold 2001 Skate America 2001-02 Senior
Gold 2001 World Championships 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2000-01 Grand Prix Final 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2001 Four Continents Championships 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2001 Canadian Championships 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2000 Canadian Open 2000-01 Senior
Silver 2000 Trophée Lalique 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2000 Skate Canada 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2000 Skate America 2000-01 Senior
Gold 2000 Four Continents Championships 1999-00 Senior
Gold 2000 Canadian Championships 1999-00 Senior
Silver 1999 Nations Cup 1999-00 Senior
Gold 1999 Skate America 1999-00 Senior
Silver 1999 Canadian Championships 1998-99 Senior
Bronze 1998 NHK Trophy 1998-99 Senior
Bronze 1998 Skate Canada 1998-99 Senior

With Turner

Type Competition Season Level
Bronze 1994 Canadian Championships 1993-94 Senior
Gold 1992 Canadian Championships 1991-92 Junior
Bronze 1991 Nebelhorn Trophy 1991-92 Senior
Silver 1991 Canadian Championships 1990-91 Junior
Bronze 1990 Canadian Championships 1989-80 Novice

Singles skating

Type Competition Season Level
Bronze 1994 Canadian Championships 1993-94 Junior
Bronze 1992 Canadian Championships 1991-92 Novice

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Salé

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Pelletier

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_Winter_Olympics_figure_skating_scandal

http://www.scena.org/lsm/sm6-10/tristan-en.html

http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00003407.htm

http://skatecanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/17-Canadian-Figure-Skating-Championships.pdf

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