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August 21, 1969 |
|Height||1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)|
Josée Chouinard (born August 21, 1969) is a Canadian former competitive figure skater. She is the 1996 Champions Series Final bronze medalist and a three-time Canadian national champion (1991, 1993–1994). She finished in the top ten at two Winter Olympics.
Chouinard was born in Montreal, Quebec. In August 1997, she married Canadian pair skater Jean-Michel Bombardier. Their twins, Fiona and Noah, were born in January 2005. She and her husband separated c. 2006.
She won silver at the 1988 Nebelhorn Trophy, gold at the 1989 Karl Schäfer Memorial, and gold at the 1990 Skate Canada International. After taking her first national title, in January 1991, she was assigned to the 1991 World Championships in Munich, Germany. Ranked 8th in the short program and 5th in the free skate, she would finish 6th overall at her first ISU Championship.
|GP Skate Canada||3rd|
|WD = Withdrew|
Chouinard also won gold at the 2000 Sears Canadian Open.
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