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Élodie ACHERON

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    Élodie ACHERON
    Correspondent
    Canada

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    "I’m French-Canadian (since 2015). I started skating when I was 5 years old and in 2010, I move to Montréal to skate with Les Suprêmes Senior. In 2015, I had to stop skating because of an injury. So now I’m coaching part-time and I would like to share my passion to the future generations. I’m also a synchro technical specialist In Québec. Besides, I’m working for Ubisoft, an international company that produces video games like Raving Rabbids. I like doing a lot of things, above all projects that motivate and passionate me. "


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchronized skating is like a big family, a unique sport that isn’t for the moment fully recognized."

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