Tobin chats with Retired Olympic Figure Skater Kaetlyn Osmond about her career, her early retirement and life after skating
Tobin welcomes retired Olympic Figure Skating Champion and local Newfoundlander, Kaetlyn Osmond to the show. Kaetlyn talks about her skating career and why she retired at an early age. She talks about the impacts of injuries in a sport and the importance it has on one's mental health and we talk about her post-skating career, Broadcasting. Where does she plan on going with it? And why does she want my job? Conversing with people to get THEIR stories is MY thing Kaetlyn.
Kaetlyn Osmond is a retired competitive Canadian figure skater who competed in ladies' singles. A three-time Canadian national champion (2013, 2014, 2017), Osmond competed internationally at the senior level from 2012 to 2018, winning three Olympic medals (gold and silver in the team event, and individual bronze), two World Championship medals (gold and silver), and one Grand Prix Final medal (bronze).
Kaetlyn was born in Marystown, NL.