Meet Canadian Figure Skater Kaetlyn Osmond

The Canadian figure skater you need to know at the 2018 Winter Olympics is none other than Kaetlyn Osmond. She is the No. 2 ranked skater headed into Pyeongchang (behind just Russian star Evgenia Medvedeva), and helped Canada win silver at the team event in Sochi. She and the rest of Team Canada are looking to one up 2014 by winning gold this time around — they are currently in first place with 35 points headed into the finals.

Standings after all Short Programs
1. Canada 35
2. OAR 31
3. USA 29
4. Japan 26
5. Italy 26
**top-5 into free skate**
6. China 18
7. Germany 16
8. Israel 13
9. Korea 13
10. France 13#PyeongChang2018

— TSN Skate (@SkateTSN) February 11, 2018

Kaetlyn, who will also be one to watch for the upcoming individual short and long program, has already made some celebrity fans in Leslie Jones and Donny Osmond:

Best outfit so far!!!! @NBCOlympics @Olympics pic.twitter.com/aNhSAydoxt

— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) February 11, 2018

Debbie & I are watching the @Olympics tonight and we think it's so cool that there's an Osmond in the Olympics. @kaetlyn_23 I wonder who I'm rooting for? 😉 #FigureSkating must be in the Osmond DNA. #PyeongChang2018 #KaetlynOsmond pic.twitter.com/9vi3z2Aj8L

— Donny Osmond (@donnyosmond) February 11, 2018

Quickhits on Kaetlyn:

– She’s prevailed through numerous injuries: a stress fracture in 2013 and broken ankle in 2014
– She has an arena and street named after her in her hometown of Marystown
– Silver medalist at the 2017 ISU World Championships