|Full name||Jacqueline Petr|
|Born||October 9, 1970|
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
|Former partner||Mark Janoschak|
|Skating club||Century Figure Skating Club |
Jacqueline Petr (born October 9, 1970 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian retired ice dancer. With partner Mark Janoschak, she is the 1992 Canadian national champion. They represented Canada at the 1992 Winter Olympics, where they placed 12th.
Two years later, Petr and Janoschak placed 6th at the Canadian Championships. The following year, they won the bronze medal. In 1991, they won the silver medal and qualified for the 1991 World Championships, where they placed 10th.
In 1992, Petr and Janoschak won their national title and were selected for the 1992 Winter Olympics. During a practice session on February 10, Petr's right skate hit her left calf, requiring 22 stitches. They finished 12th at the Olympics. At the 1992 World Championships, they placed 12th.
Petr and Janoschak retired from competitive skating and skated professionally in shows.
(with Mark Janoschak)
|Internat. de Paris||4th|
|Internat. St. Gervais||1st|
|Prize of Moscow News||6th|
|World Junior Champ.||7th|
|Canadian Champ.||2nd J||1st J||6th||3rd||2nd||1st||3rd|
|J = Junior level|
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- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on February 11, 2005. Retrieved February 11, 2005.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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- Jacqueline Petr at the Canadian Olympic Committee
- Jacqueline Petr at the International Olympic Committee
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