Two-time Canadian champions (2015-16), 2014 World silver medalists, 2014 Olympians. Train in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan – coached by Pasquale Camerlengo and Angelika Krylova.
2016 World bronze medalists, 2015 U.S. champions, 2016 U.S. silver medalists, 2015 World silver medalists, 2014 Olympians. Train in Novi, Michigan – coached by Igor Shpilband.
Two-time Canadian champion (2014-15), 2014 Olympian. Trains in Toronto – coached by Lee Barkell, Brian Orser.
Two-time U.S. champion (2014, ’16), 2014 Olympian, 2014 Olympic team event bronze medalist. Trains in El Segundo, California – coached by Frank Carroll.
2016 World silver medalist, three-time U.S. champion (2012-13, ‘15), 2014 Olympian.Trains in Los Angeles – coached by Rafael Arutunian.
2015 U.S. champion, 2014 Olympian, 2014 Olympic team event bronze medalist. Trains in Monument, Colorado – coached by Kori Ade and Rohene Ward.
2015 Canadian champion, 2014 World Junior champion. Trains in Toronto – coached by Brian Orser.
2016 U.S. champion. Trains in Los Angeles – coached by Rafael Arutunian.
Five-time Canadian champions (2012-16), two-time World champions (2015-16), 2014 Olympians, 2014 Olympic team event silver medalists. Train in Montreal – coached by Richard Gauthier, Bruno Marcotte.
2015 U.S. champions, 2016 U.S. silver medalists, 2016 Four Continents silver medalists. Train in Colorado Springs, Colorado – coached by Dalilah Sappenfield.
TEAM CAPTAIN – Kristi Yamaguchi
American Kristi Yamaguchi is the 1992 Olympic champion. An author, philanthropist, wife and mother, Yamaguchi now runs the Always Dream Foundation, which supports children’s charities in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has published several books and is the “Dancing with the Stars” season six champion. Yamaguchi met her husband, former NHL player Bret Hedican, at the 1992 Olympic Winter Games and together they have two daughters.