Hey PChiddy Fans! Patrick is offering one signed box of Cheerios to the fan who sends in the most unique and interesting question. He also answers some questions in this youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rq1qPIuKMxk Check it out and send in your questions here! We will be monitoring them over the next couple weeks. Aivory...Read more
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We recently had breakfast with a great Canadian sporting family, Lewis and Karen Chan, parents of Canadian figure skater Patrick Chan. As we sat and talked, we had a great discussion with a very knowledgeable, friendly and supportive Olympic family. All In The Family It shouldn't be a surprise that Patrick has had the kind of success that he's experienced when you talk to his parents and learn about their sporting lineage. His father Lewis, who grew up in Montreal, played table tennis competitively at a high level, winning the Junior Championship in Quebec and representing that...Read more
Patrick made the National Post's Worthy 30 of Toronto:Read more
Patrick Chan Age 19. Sign Capricorn. Gig Olympic figure skater. Drink of choice Ginger ale. Celebrity twin Keanu Reeves. Dream date Taylor Swift. Guilty pleasure “Video games.” Fun fact “I can be a goof ball.” Words to live by “Be a good person.” Why Shinan picked me “I am a fresh face in figure skating.”Read More...
Lewis Chan has sat in the stands watching his son's figure-skating practices for 13 years, but this morning's practice might just be the most memorable. Patrick, 19, will take to the ice to warm up for the men's figure-skating short program in which he will be representing Canada this afternoon. Read More...Read more
Patrick will have to wait a while before he gets to show off his stuff. The medal hopeful from Toronto drew the 24th spot in the 30-man field for Tuesday's short program. Reigning Olympic gold medallist Evgeni Plushenko of Russia will get a much earlier start after drawing 10th spot. Plushenko is trying to become the first man in 58 years to repeat as Olympic champion and will be the first of the top men to skate. Turin runner-up Stephane Lambiel of Switzerland skates 19th, followed by Japan's Nobunari Oda and 2007 world champion Brian Joubert of France. World champion Evan Lysacek of...Read more