Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Joannie Rochette Height, Weight, Age & Boyfriend

A figure skater from Quebec, Canada, Joannie Rochette had finished third for a bronze medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Before achieving that, she had also medalled at the Grand Prix Final, World Championships, and Four Continents Championships. Since her retirement, she has been studying medicine at McGill University. Want to learn more about the former Olympian? Stick around, we’ve got more on her down below.

Joannie Rochette Personal Facts – 2018 Update

Real Name

Joannie Rochette

Nick Names



Competitive Figure Skater (Formerly), Student

Famous For

As a competitive figure skater, she is best known for having finished third for a bronze medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Perhaps even more noteworthy, is the fact that she managed to achieve the feat, despite the fact that her mother had tragically died just a couple days prior to her performance.

Age – How Old is She?

She is 32 years old

Birthday/Date of Birth

Her birthday is on January 13, 1986

Place of Birth/Hometown

Joannie Rochette was born in Montreal, Quebec. Growing up, she was brought up in the municipality of La Visitation-de-l’Ile-Dupas.




She is Caucasian

Joannie Rochette Height, Weight & Body Facts

How Tall – Height in Feet

She is 5’2 tall

How Tall – Height in Meters

She is 1.54 meters tall

Weight in Pounds

Her current weight is around 117 pounds

Weight in Kilograms

Her current weight is around 53 kg

Body Measurements

Her body measurements are unavailable at this time

Waist Size

Her waist size is unknown

Foot/Shoe Size

Information on her shoe size is unavailable

Eye Color


Hair Color


Personal Life

Is Joannie Rochette Currently in a Relationship?

As far as we can tell, Joannie Rochette is currently single.

Joannie Rochette’s Boyfriends

In the past, she had dated Francois-Louis Tremblay, a fellow skater.


Therese Rochette (She had passed away unexpectedly from a heart attack two days prior to her performance at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver).


Normand Rochette


As far as we know, Joannie Rochette is an only child and does not have any siblings


As far as we know, Joannie Rochette is an only child and does not have any siblings


Joannie Rochette does not have any children.

High School

At this time, we do not have any information on Joannie Rochette’s high school education.


In 2011, she successfully completed her Natural Sciences program at the College Andre-Grasset, though it took her seven years, due to her skating career. A few years later, she enrolled at McGill University in 2015; as of 2017, she is in the second year of medical school.


For now, information on Joannie Rochette’s salary is unavailable.

Net Worth

Unfortunately, information on Joannie Rochette’s 2018 net worth is unavailable



Random Facts


Her hobbies include reading, watching movies, rollerblading, and speed skating

Favorite Food


Favorite Actor


Favorite Book


Favorite Movie


Favorite TV Show


Favorite Color


Favorite Song


Favorite Sports

Aside from figure skating, she also enjoys speed skating (short track) and rollerblading


Born on January 13, she is a Capricorn

Phone Number

This information is currently unknown


This information is currently unknown

Joannie Rochette’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames

Joannie Rochette’s Instagram Username 


Joannie Rochette’s Facebook Account 


Joannie Rochette’s Youtube Channel

Joannie Rochette does not have a YouTube channel, as far as we can tell

Joannie Rochette’s Twitter Username 


Joannie Rochette’s Snapchat Username 

As far as we know, Joannie Rochette is not active on Snapchat

Other Interesting Facts:

  • After winning the bronze medal at the 2010 Olympics, it was placed on her mother’s casket for some time during the funeral
  • For many years, she has been a spokesperson for the “IHeartMom” campaign, which helps to raise awareness for heart disease in women
  • After winning her second Canadian title in 2006, she participated in her first Winter Olympics, where she placed fifth overall
  • By the time she was named to the Canadian figure skating team for the 2010 Winter Games, she had already won six consecutive Canadian titles
  • In 2017, Skate Canada announced that she had been inducted into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame
  • In late 2010, she was voted as “Female Athlete of the Year” by the Toronto-based news agency, The Canadian Press
  • It took her seven years to complete her undergraduate program at College Andre-Grasset, due to her skating career (it typically takes two to three years in normal circumstances)
  • She made her Junior Grand Prix debut in the 2000-01 season, at the age of fourteen
  • Following her mother’s unexpected passing, she chose to remain in the competition in her honor 


Brooke Carter
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