Tanner Jeannot is an up-and-coming figure skater who has quickly gained recognition in the world of competitive figure skating. At just 16 years old, he has already made a name for himself as a highly talented and skilled skater.
Originally from Michigan, Tanner began skating at the age of four and has been competing in figure skating competitions since he was eight years old. In the short amount of time since then, he has become one of the top junior skaters in the United States. He has competed in several national and international competitions, such as the 2016 Junior Grand Prix Final and the 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final. He has also won several medals, including a bronze medal at the 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix France.
What sets Tanner apart from other skaters is his impressive jumping ability. He is capable of performing several different kinds of jumps, including the triple axel, triple lutz, triple flip, and triple loop. His speed, power, and athleticism are also remarkable, making him a well-rounded skater.
In addition to his athletic accomplishments, Tanner is also an accomplished musician. He plays the piano and the guitar, and he has composed several pieces of music. He has also recently released an album of original music that he wrote and performed.
Tanner is currently training at the Arctic Edge Ice Arena in Canton, Michigan, and is coached by renowned figure skating coach and choreographer, Oleg Epstein. As he continues to hone his skills, Tanner is sure to become one of the most sought-after skaters in the world.