|Born||10 May 1993|
Quebec City, Quebec
St-Jean started his speed skating career as a short tracker. He switched from short track to long track speed skating in 2013. He won his first-ever World Cup medal, a gold medal in the team sprint event, at the World Cup in Salt Lake City in November 2015. In December he won a silver medal when he finished second in the World Cup 500m event in Inzell. St-Jean is coached by Gregor Jelonek.
2018 Winter Olympics
|Men's speed skating|
|500 m||34.46||22 November 2015||Salt Lake City|
|1000 m||1:07.84||2 December 2017||Calgary|
|1500 m||1:49.39||2 January 2014||Calgary|
|3000 m||4:02.12||15 August 2015||Calgary|
|5000 m||9:19.28||16 December 2007||Quebec City|
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