Boutin, Kim

Person type: 
National Team
Track type: 
Short
Date of Birth: 
Friday, December 16, 1994
Hometown: 
Sherbrooke, QC
Coach: 
Frédéric Blackburn
Jeffrey Scholten
Training centre: 
Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal

ISU Biography

International senior season: 2014-...

Facts: 

2014-2015
-Was the best Canadian female skater at the World Championships with a 7th position overall. She also finished 4th in the 1000m.
-Won her first individual World Cup medals in Erzurum (bronze in the 1000m and 1500m)
-Competed in her first ever World Cup in Salt Lake City
-Was named Short Track Rising Star of the Year by Speed Skating Canada

2013-2014
-Won a silver medal in the relay event at the World Junior Championships
-Broke the Junior World Record, previously held by teammate Marianne St-Gelais, in the 500m with a time of 43.788 clocked March 8, 2014. This record was broken the same day by a skater from South Korea.

Results: 
2016-2017500m1000m1500m3000mRelayOverall
World Cup #2 - Salt Lake City 12
(3: 1/4)
21 (2)
(PEN: 1/2)
 BRONZE
(3 : FA)
 
World Cup #1 - Calgary 4
(4 : FA)
6
(6 : FA)
 4
(4 : FA)
 
Fall World Cup Selections2, 41, 22, 6  2
2015-2016500m1000m1500m3000mRelayOverall
National Ranking     15
Final Rankings - World Cups312512 223
World Cup #4 - Shanghai 17
(5: 1/4)
11 (2)
(4: FB)
 SILVER
(2: FA)
 
World Cup #3 - Nagoya10 (2)
(3: 1/4)
 7
(1: FB)
 BRONZE
(2: FA)
 
World Cup #2 - Toronto11 (2)
(3: 1/4)
 16
(6: 1/2)
   
World Cup #1 - Montreal 5
(5: A final)
SILVER
(2: A final)
 SILVER
(2: A final)
 
Fall World Cup Selections2, 22, 33, 3  2
2014-2015500 m1000 m1500 m3000 mRelayOverall
Overall ranking: National442  2
Overall ranking: World Cups2379 3 
World Championships15
(4: 1/4)
4
(4: A final)
7
(7: A final)
65
(3: 1/2)
7
World Cup #6 - Erzurum BRONZE
(3: A final)
BRONZE
(3: A final)
 BRONZE
(3: A final)
 
World Cup #5 - Dresden 8
(PEN: 1/2 final)
7
(7: A final)
 GOLD
(1: A final)
 
Canadian Senior Championships4521 2
World Cup #4 - Seoul 5
(1: B final)
4
(4: A final)
 5
(1: B final)
 
World Cup #3 - Shanghai9
(Quarterfinals)
7
(3: B final)
  BRONZE
(3: A final)
 
World Cup #2 - Montréal8
(4: B final)
DQ
(Heats)
  4
(4: A final)
 
World Cup #1 - Salt Lake City 7
(2: B final)
9
(3: B final)
 BRONZE
(3: A final)
 
Fall World Cups Selections11, 52, 17, 5  4
2013-2014500 m1000 m1500 m3000 mRelayOverall
World JR Champ.7811 SILVER9
Can JR Champ.122 (SF: 2)   
Selections #229134 5
National Selections5417 8
Olympic Trials12, 12, 812, 13, 119, 9, 7  12