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Jessica Dubé
Skate Canada 2008 Jessica Dubé Bryce Davison Podium.jpg

Dubé and Davison at 2008 Skate Canada
Personal information
Full name: Jessica Dubé
Country represented:  Canada
Date of birth: October 29, 1987 (1987-10-29) (age 22)
Place of birth: Drummondville, Quebec
Home town: Varennes, Quebec
Height: 5'2"
Partner: Bryce Davison
Former partner: Samuel Tetrault
Coach: Annie Barabé
Sophie Richard
David Pelletier
Former coach: Yvan Desjardins
Choreographer: David Wilson
Pasquale Camerlengo
Former choreographer: Lori Nichol
Skating club: Drummondville CPA
ISU personal best scores
Combined total: 192.78
2008 Worlds
Short program: 68.66
2008 Worlds
Free skate: 124.12
2008 Worlds

Jessica Dubé (born October 29, 1987 in Drummondville, Quebec) is a Canadian pair skater. With partner Bryce Davison, she is the 2007 and 2009 Canadian national champion, the 2008 World bronze medalist and the 2009 Four Continents silver medalist.



Dubé began skating at age four and she and partner Bryce Davison compete in the pairs; while both also compete in Singles. The duo placed 10th at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games and 7th at the World Championships in 2006. They won their first national crown in Nova Scotia at the 2007 Canadian Championships, yielding comparisons to Jamie Sale and David Pelletier in the process (with whom they had worked just prior to Christmas).

The 2006/2007 competitive season started for this pair at Nationals due to a scary on-ice accident in the summer of 2006, which saw Jessica removed from the ice on a backboard. She then had knee surgery in September. The duo trained both short and long programs for nationals, while Jessica also trained only a short program for the singles event.


On February 8, 2007, Jessica Dubé was hit in the face by partner Bryce Davison's skate during the free skate competition at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Colorado Springs. The pair were on their third rotation of a side-by-side camel spin—where one leg is horizontal during the spin—when they began to drift towards one another, causing her face and his skate blade to connect. She immediately fell to the ice and clutched at her face as blood pooled on the ice. Davison comforted her as the medical staff put her on a stretcher and took her to a local hospital. She underwent surgery that night, receiving 80 stitches to repair a laceration on her left cheek and nose. Her eye was not affected and nothing was broken. Both skaters were later treated for post-traumatic stress disorder, but by March 2007 they had returned to competition together.[1][2]

In April 2009 at the inaugural World Team Skating championship in Tokyo, Davison was unable to catch Dubé during a triple twist lift. She remained motionless on the ice before being carried off. An announcement later in the show said that she had been taken to the hospital. CTV later reported that both Dubé and Davison were hospitalized as a precautionary measure, and as of a few days following the accident there were no reports of serious problems.


(with Davison)

Season Short program Free skating Exhibition
2009–2010 Requiem For a Dream
Clint Mansell
The Way We Were
Marvin Hamlisch
2008–2009 Fix You
Georges Bizet
On fire
2007–2008 Galicia Flemenca
Gino D'Auri
Blower's Daughter (Instrumental Version)
Damien Rice
Blower's Daughter
Damien Rice
2006–2007 Galicia Flemenca
Gino D'Auri
Blower's Daughter (Instrumental Version)
Damien Rice
Blower's Daughter
Damien Rice
2005–2006 Hasta Que te Conoci
Raul di Blasio
Piano Concerto No.7
Endless Love
Lionel Ritchie
2004–2005 Hasta Que te Conoci
Raul di Blasio
Romeo and Juliet
Nino Rota
My Immortal

Competitive highlights

Pairs career

(with Davison)

Event 2003–2004 2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2007 2007–2008 2008–2009 2009-2010
Winter Olympic Games 10th
World Championships 7th 7th 3rd 7th
Four Continents Championships WD 2nd
World Junior Championships 2nd 2nd
Canadian Championships 1st J. WD 2nd 1st 2nd 1st
Grand Prix Final 4th
Skate Canada International 2nd 2nd 3rd
Trophee Eric Bompard 2nd
NHK Trophy 3rd 3rd
Skate America 6th 1st
Cup of China 4th
Junior Grand Prix Final 1st WD
Junior Grand Prix, China 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, USA 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Japan 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 1st
  • J = Junior level; WD = Withdrew

(with Tetrault)

Event 2001–2002 2002–2003
World Junior Championships 9th
Canadian Championships 1st N. 1st J.
Junior Grand Prix Final 6th 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Germany 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Canada 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Japan 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Netherlands 3rd
  • N = Novice level; J = Junior level

Singles career

Event 2001–2002 2002–2003 2003–2004 2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2007 2007–2008
Canadian Championships 2nd N. 5th J. 2nd J. 8th WD 6th
Junior Grand Prix, Germany WD
Junior Grand Prix, China 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Poland 6th
Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 3rd
Mladost Trophy 3rd N.
  • N = Novice level; J = Junior level; WD = Withdrew


  1. ^ Welcome to U.S. Figure Skating
  2. ^ | Skaters recover from slash, ready to defend title

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