Hallie Clarke

Birth Date:Apr. 13, 2004 (age 20)
Birth Place:Belleville, Ont.
Residence:Brighton, Ont.

Hallie Clarke is not only one of the most talented prospects in head first sliding, she is sliding for Canada again.

At just 17 years old, Hallie had a breakout season during the Olympic Year finishing second overall on the Intercontinental Cup circuit. Last year she competed for the United States, her home for 13 years. In her inaugural World Cup season, she earned two silver medals and a Top 10 finish at the World Championships as the youngest athlete on tour. To top off her season, she became the U20 Junior World Champion.

With the positive changes occurring in the Canadian skeleton program, Hallie decided to make a return and is now back with the maple leaf on her back. It was the appointment of Joe Cecchini as head coach that made the decision easy for Hallie. Joe has been her coach since she was introduced to the sport at just 14 years of age.

Hallie excelled as a multi-sport athlete before skeleton. She comes by her athletic talent honestly as both of her parents were talented athletes. Her mom was a highly competitive figure skater in Canada that has since become a predominant power skating instructor. Her dad was a NCAA hockey player and a Toronto Maple Leaf draft pick.

Hallie graduated from Bowness High School (Calgary, AB) in 2021 from the High-Performance Athlete Development (HPAD) program, which looks to intentionally reduce barriers by providing student exposure to unique sport opportunities located at high performance training facilities led by highly qualified coaches at the Canadian Sport Institute - Calgary. She graduated a year early after skipping Grade 9. Outside of skeleton, Hallie enjoys music and being outdoors. She plays a few different instruments, but she mostly plays ukulele. She finds it to be a great stress relief. 

Career Highlights


  Gold Silver Bronze Other
2023 - World Cup, Yanqing, CHN       15th
2023 - World Cup, Igls, AUT      
2023 - World Championships, St. Moritz, SUI       10th
2023 - World Cup, Altenberg, GER       15th
2023 - U-20 Junior World Championships, Winterberg, GER        
2022 -  World Cup, Whistler, CAN      
2021 - North American Cup, Whistler, CAN  


2021 - Intercontinental Cup, Whistler, CAN     


2021 – North America’s Cup, Park City, USA




2020 – Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, SUI



2020 – OMEGA Youth Series, Park City, USA        
2019 – OMEGA Youth Series, Lake Placid, USA   2    


Olympic Winter Games Results

Youth Olympic Games

Lousanne, SUI 12th


Intercontinental Cup Results

  Altenberg, GER 3rd
  Igls, AUT 3rd
  Park City, USA 5th
  Whistler, CAN 4th