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Biography

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Winter Olympian Jenna McCorkell is now the 11 time British Champion after winning the 2013 National Championships. She was also the youngest skater to ever make it onto the national squad; aged just 10 years old.

McCorkell, from Northern Ireland, has experienced much success on the international scene, most notably winning gold medals at the 2012 Ondrej Nepela Memorial event, and the Ice Challenge 2012 event. She also finished second at the Volvo Cup 2013, and has placed within the top ten at two European Championships.

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games marked her Olympic debut where she finished 29th in the Women’s singles.