• Born: 03/11/1971
  • Height: 156cm
  • Weight: 82kg
  • Birthplace: Normandy, France
  • Hometown: Caledon, ON

Yann CandeleYann Candele’s talent became apparent early on, when as a junior rider he competed twice at the European Junior Championships. Since then, he has competed around the world including in Japan were he won the 1991-1992 Asian World Cup League. Representing his native France, Candele made several Nations’ Cup appearances and competed at the 2004 World Cup Final in Milan, Italy. In 1999, Candele moved to Canada to work for Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze. After obtaining his Canadian citizenship in 2008, Candele led Canada to back-to-back victories in the 2009 and 2010 Nations’ Cups in Wellington, Florida, and was a member of the winning team again in 2014. He has represented Canada at both the 2010 and 2014 World Equestrian Games and, incredibly, has won four consecutive Canadian show jumping championship titles riding Pitareusa (2010), Game Ready (2011 and 2012), and Showgirl (2013). Since 2007, Candele has operated his own training business, Normandy Hills, with his wife, Jennifer Wallace Candele.

PERSONAL

Family: Has three children (Alexandre, Tate, and Mathilde) with wife Jennifer Wallace Candele, who is also a jumping rider… Getting into the Sport: Began riding at age 10… His parents encouraged him and his older brother to actively pursue sports… Once he tried riding, horses became his main focus, and within two years he was competing… Outside Interests: Enjoys golfing and cheering on his favourite hockey team, the Toronto Maple Leafs… Odds and Ends: In the early 1990s he was forced to return to France to complete his required civilian service, where his athlete status allowed him to work in the cavalry unit; he did 10 months of service…

NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

WEG: 2014 – 31st (individual), 8th (team); 2010 – 71st (individual), 5th (team)

Olympic Club

TO2015 Pan Am VenuesSee All

Venue Guide: Beach Volleyball Centre

Upcoming GamesSee All

2015 Toronto

2015 Toronto

Toronto was awarded the 2015 Pan American Games on November 6, 2009, defeating bids from Lima, Peru and Bogota, Colombia….

Top Team Canada Fans

Matthew Tully

Current Level

Bronze

  • Total: 2024 points
  • Earned this week: 2024 points
  • Next Level: Silver
  • Needed: 976 points

Dirk Viemann

Current Level

All-Star

  • Total: 1632 points
  • Earned this week: 1632 points
  • Next Level: Bronze
  • Needed: 368 points

Ryan Patterson

Current Level

All-Star

  • Total: 1625 points
  • Earned this week: 1625 points
  • Next Level: Bronze
  • Needed: 375 points

Paula Allen-Chamberlain

Current Level

Captain

  • Total: 1204 points
  • Earned this week: 1204 points
  • Next Level: All-Star
  • Needed: 46 points

Blair Munn

Current Level

Captain

  • Total: 1169 points
  • Earned this week: 1169 points
  • Next Level: All-Star
  • Needed: 81 points

Dominic Tremblay

Current Level

Captain

  • Total: 1101 points
  • Earned this week: 1101 points
  • Next Level: All-Star
  • Needed: 149 points

Kerri McGregor

Current Level

Captain

  • Total: 854 points
  • Earned this week: 854 points
  • Next Level: All-Star
  • Needed: 396 points

Ally Oppedisano

Current Level

Captain

  • Total: 847 points
  • Earned this week: 847 points
  • Next Level: All-Star
  • Needed: 403 points

Website by zync.ca | Programmed by Trew Knowledge | Powered by WordPress.com VIP

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 907 other followers