Speed Skating Canada

National Team | Short Track

Camille De Serres-Rainville

BIOGRAPHY

A member of the national team since 2018, Camille De Serres-Rainville has overcome several injuries to regain her place among the country’s elite.

De Serres-Rainville won two medals at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George for Team Quebec, brining home bronze in 500m and gold in the women’s relay. She took part in the 2018 Canadian Olympic Trials a few years later, where she finished sixth in the overall standings and earned six top-5 results across nine races.

De Serres-Rainville made her international debut during the 2018-2019 season, helping the women’s relay team reach the podium on three separate occasions, brining home a pair of World Cup bronze medals, while also winning bronze at the World Championships. She also took part in the 2019 Four Continents Championships on home ice in Montreal, where she finished 11th overall.

QUICK FACTS

DATE OF BIRTH

August 24, 1995

BIRTHPLACE

Montreal, Que.

HOMETOWN

Montreal, Que.

TRAINING CENTRE

Maurice Richard Arena (Montreal)

COACH

Sébastien Cros

EDUCATION

Kinésiologie, UQAM

HIDDEN TALENT

Touch my nose with my tongue

FAVOURITE SPORT

Cycling

FAVOURITE TV SHOW

The Office

FAVOURITE BOOK

The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair by Joël Dicker

BEST ADVICE

Love what you do and success will come.

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RESULTS

SEASON COMPETITION EVENT POSITION
2018/2019 World Championships 3000m Relay 3
2018/2019 World Cup Almaty 3000m Relay 3
2018/2019 World Cup Calgary 3000m Relay 3
2021/2022 World Cup Debrecen 3000m Relay 2
2021/2022 World Cup Debrecen 2000m Relay 2
SEASON
2018/2019
COMPETITION
World Championships
EVENT
3000m Relay
POSITION
3
SEASON
2018/2019
COMPETITION
World Cup Almaty
EVENT
3000m Relay
POSITION
3
SEASON
2018/2019
COMPETITION
World Cup Calgary
EVENT
3000m Relay
POSITION
3
SEASON
2021/2022
COMPETITION
World Cup Debrecen
EVENT
3000m Relay
POSITION
2
SEASON
2021/2022
COMPETITION
World Cup Debrecen
EVENT
2000m Relay
POSITION
2