|Name Angela Derochie|
|Former coach Peter Dunfield|
Country represented Canada
|Born November 4, 1973 (age 42) (1973-11-04) Trenton, Ontario|
Former skating club Gloucester Skating Club
Patrick myzyk and angela derochie at liberty 2011
Angela Derochie (born November 4, 1973) is a Canadian former competitive figure skater. She is the 1992 Nebelhorn Trophy bronze medalist and 1998 Canadian national champion in ladies' singles.
- Patrick myzyk and angela derochie at liberty 2011
- Angela Derochie CAN 1998 World Championships SP
- Personal life
Angela Derochie CAN - 1998 World Championships SP
Derochie was born on November 4, 1973 in Trenton, Ontario.
Derochie represented the Gloucester Skating Club in Ottawa, Ontario, and trained at the Canadian Academy of Skating Arts, coached by Peter Dunfield.
In the 1996–97 season, Derochie reached her first senior national podium, winning the silver medal behind Susan Humphreys at the 1997 Canadian Championships. The following season, she debuted on the Champions Series (Grand Prix), placing 9th at the 1997 Skate America and 12th at the 1997 NHK Trophy. She won the gold medal ahead of Keyla Ohs and Jennifer Robinson at the 1998 Canadian Championships in Hamilton, Ontario. She was selected to compete at the 1998 World Championships in Minneapolis and reached the final segment; she ranked 11th in her qualifying group, 19th in the short program, 20th in the free skate and 20th overall.
In the 1998–99 season, Derochie was coached by Marina Zoueva and Eric Loucks at the Minto Skating Club. She was awarded the bronze medal at the 1999 Canadian Championships, behind Robinson and Annie Bellemare, and assigned to the 1999 Four Continents, where she placed tenth.
In September 2006, Derochie joined the coaching staff of Dartmouth Skating Club. She is now the co director of the Greater Toronto Skating Academy( visit gtsa.ca ) in Toronto with Jamie Forsythe.
GP: Champions Series / Grand Prix