Kaetlyn Osmond est une patineuse canadienne qui a été championne du monde en 2018. Elle a également remporté 3 médailles olympiques durant sa carrière. Elle a maintenant mis un terme aux compétitions pour faire place à sa carrière professionnelle en performant sur plusieurs tournées de spectacles à travers le monde. Durant notre conversation, nous avons parlé des hauts et des bas de sa carrière, les défis qui se sont présentés à elle suite à sa retraite du patinage de compétition et de ses expériences lors de compétitions et de tournées. Kaetlyn est une personne très humble avec un excellent sens de l'humour. J'ai adoré ma discussion avec elle. Merci Kaetlyn pour ta grande générosité. _______ Kaetlyn Osmond is a Canadian figure skater who was World Champion in 2018. She also won 3 Olympic medals in her career. She's now retired from the competitive world and she is touring on many shows around the world. During our conversation, we talked about her good moments, but also her more difficult moments. We also talked about her retirement and her experiences from her competitive career and her professionnal career. Kaetlyn is a very humble person with a great sense of humor. I loved my discussion with her. Thank you Kaetlyn for your time and generosity, Suivez le podcast sur Facebook et Instagram. N'hésitez pas à mettre un ''j'aime'', m'écrire vos commentaires ou partager cet épisode! Follow the podcast on Facebook and Instagram. Don't forget to hit ''like'', write a comment or share the episode!
When Canada’s most decorated female skater, Kaetlyn Osmond, retired at the ripe old age of 23, she was startled to learn that stepping away from the on-ice judges, did nothing to alleviate the sense of being judged. Body Image issues- which had stayed somewhat in check during the years of intense training and competition- flared in her new ‘more relaxed’ schedule. And a lifetime of bouncing between the extremes of perfomance, crowd adulation, and a natural tendency toward introversion left her emotionally knotted. But Osmond has not lost the athlete’s discipline, and she’s turned it to work on her emotional and psychological discomfort with determination. She says she lost her identity altogether when she stepped off the ice for the last time, but she has been methodically building it back up ever since.
Previewing Canadian Nationals and European Championships; Catching Up with Kaetlyn Osmond
In this episode, Nick McCarvel is joined by Jackie Wong to preview the Canadian National Championships this coming week, as well as the European Championships next week. Plus, Nick catches up with 2018 world champion Kaetlyn Osmond as she heads to nationals as an athlete ambassador.
Jack and Ayano speak with 2018 world champion Kaetlyn Osmond about her career, skating in the Olympics, her future plans, plus her thoughts about Yuzuru Hanyu, Shoma Uno, Daisuke Takahashi, Mao Asada, and much more.
Ep: 31 | Kaetlyn Osmond | The Performance in Competition
City of Champions
I’m thrilled about my guest this week. She is a 3x National Champion and two-time Olympian. She is the proud of owner of a Gold, Silver, and Bronze olympic medal. She is Canadian figure skater, Kaetlyn Osmond. I had the pleasure of chatting with Kaetlyn about her Olympic adventures in Korea, a devastating injury that almost ended her career, and how she and other figure skaters toe the line between performing and competing. I’m super grateful to Kaetlyn for making time for me today. She’s been doing the post-Olympic media circuit like crazy, and she heads off to Italy for Worlds in a couple of days. I could tell you what a kind and enjoyable human being she is...or you could just listen and hear for yourself...
Worlds Preview (Ladies & Pairs) with Brooke Castile/Kaetlyn Osmond
Ice Talk host Jackie Wong and icenetwork analyst Brooke Castile tell listeners what to look for in the ladies and pairs competitions at the 2018 World Figure Skating Championships. Then, Canadian skater Kaetlyn Osmond joins the podcast to talk about what was different about her experience in PyeongChang than in Sochi and how she overcame a serious leg injury to ultimately make the Olympic podium.