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Alison Schumacher was born on 22 November, 2002 in Zhuzhou, China, is a Canadian figure skater. At 18 years old, Alison Schumacher height is 4 ft 11 in (152.0 cm).

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Alison Schumacher Age 20 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 22 November 2002
Birthday 22 November
Birthplace Zhuzhou, China
Nationality Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Alison Schumacher Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Alison Schumacher worth at the age of 20 years old? Alison Schumacher’s income source is mostly from being a successful Skater. She is from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We have estimated Alison Schumacher's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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A podium contender at the 2020 Canadian Championships, Schumacher placed sixth in the short program after falling on her attempted triple flip-triple toe loop combination. She placed second in the free skate, rising to the silver medal position overall. With national champion Emily Bausback lacking the technical minimum scores necessary to compete at the 2020 World Championships, Skate Canada deferred on making ladies' assignments for that event, and assigned Schumacher, Bausback and fourth-place Alicia Pineault to compete at the 2020 Four Continents Championships in Seoul. She placed fourteenth at Four Continents, finishing head of Bausback but four places and nearly 23 points behind Pineault.

Schumacher finished the season at the 2020 World Junior Championships, where she placed ninth, setting new personal bests in both segments and overall.


Canada named Schumacher to its team for the 2019 World Junior Championships, where she finished in tenth place.

Given two assignments on the Junior Grand Prix, Schumacher placed eighteenth at JGP France and then seventh at JGP Croatia. Sent afterward to make her international senior debut on the Challenger series, Schumacher placed eighth at the 2019 CS Warsaw Cup.


Schumacher began the season competing on the Junior Grand Prix, finishing ninth at JGP Slovakia, before finishing twelfth at JGP Canada. In November 2018, Schumacher won gold at the Skate Ontario Sectionals, securing a place at the 2019 Canadian Championships as a senior competitor domestically. There, she placed fourth in the short program with a score of 60.10 and finished seventh overall.


In the 2017–18 season, she competed in both junior ladies singles and junior pairs with Zachary Daleman. At the 2018 Canadian Championships, she placed fifth in the junior ladies' event and eighth in junior pairs.


Alison Schumacher (born 22 November 2002) is a Canadian figure skater who competes in ladies' singles. She is the 2020 Canadian national silver medalist. She has represented Canada at three ISU Championships, finishing within the top ten at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020).

Alison Schumacher was born in Zhuzhou, China on 22 November 2002. She later moved to Tecumseh, Ontario. She began skating in 2007. At age 5, she went to Riverside Skating Club.