Name: Corinne Stoddard
Sport: Speedskating
Discipline(s): Short Track Speedskating
DOB: 8/15/2001
Birthplace: Seattle, Wash.
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Bonney Lake High School
Team/Club: Team Extreme
Coach(es): Darin Pattison and Chang Lee
World Championship Experience
  • 2021 World Championships - B 3000m Relay Bronze
  • 2019-20 World Short Track Junior Championships - 1000m Silver; 500m Bronze
  • 2019-20 Four Continents Championship
  • 2019-20 World Junior Inline Champion - 10K Elimination Gold
  • 2018-19 World Short Track Junior Championships - 500m 5th; 3000m Relay 5th
Other Career Highlights
  • 2018-22 Short Track National Training Program
  • 2019-20 Short Track Junior World Team
  • 2019-20 Short Track World Cup Team
  • 2018-19 Short Track World Cup Team
  • 2015-16 Long Track Female Junior Development Skater of the Year
  • 2016 U.S. Long Track Junior C National Champion
  • 2016 Junior C Short Track Age Group National Champion
  • 2015 Midget Girls Long Track Age Group National Champion
  • 2015 Midget Girls Short Track Age Group National Champion
  • 2014 Midget Girls Long Track Age Group National Champion
  • 2014 Midget Girls Short Track Age Group National Champion
  • 2013 Pony Girls Long Track Age Group National Champion
  • Long Track Junior National Record Holder - Team Sprint
  • 2013 Indoor Long Track Pony Girls 400m, 500m and 600m
  • 2015 Outdoor Long Track Midget Girls 500m, 600m and 800m
Personal: Corrine or “Corie” hopes to achieve her ultimate dream of competing in Short Track Speedskating at the Olympics, like her sports idol Brittany Bowe, and eventually run a successful business one day. She also enjoys playing soccer and scootering with her favorite possession which is her scooter. If she’s not hanging out with her friends, you can catch Corie listening to Fetty Wap or watching her favorite movie, “Sisters.” She looks up to her mother, Vicki Stoddard, because she does everything for Corie and believes that she can accomplish anything. When asked to describe herself in one word, she chose a “daredevil” as her word.