Isadora Williams

Isadora Marie Williams

Born in Marietta, Georgia, USA, on February 8, 1996.
Height: 5’1

Daughter of a Brazilian mother and an American father, Isadora has dual nationality. She started skating at 5 years old, when she fell in love with the sport. At age 9 already expressed the will to compete for Brazil. In 2009, at 13 years old, after sending this video to CBDG, she was invited to represent the country at the 2010 Junior Worlds in Holland, and since then she began training at a harder level.

Since 2012 Isadora competes in the Senior level. She was the first figure skater to win a medal at an international competition for Brazil – Bronze at the Golden Spin of Zagreb 2012.

She was the first skater to represent Brazil in the Winter Olympics, in Sochi 2014. In 2015 Isadora won the bronze medal in Philadelphia Summer International, in 2016 silver medals at Sportland Trophy and Santa Claus Cup, both in Budapest.

Isadora also earned the first gold medal for Brazil in an ISU competition at Sophia Trophy 2017, Bulgaria, and keeps training for her main goal, the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Isadora currently resides in New Jersey, attending the Montclair State University, where she chose two majors, nutrition and sports business.

Best Results

2017 Chesapeake Open 1st Gold
2017 Sophia Trophy 1st Gold
2017 World Championship 30th
2016 Santa Claus Cup 2nd Silver
2016 Sportland Trophy 2nd Silver
2015 Philadelphia Summer International 3rd Bronze
2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games 30th

2013 Gold Spin of Zagreb 6th
2013 Asian Open 5th
2013 World Championship 25th
2013 Liberty Summer Competition 1st Gold
2012 Golden Spin of Zagreb 3rd Bronze
2012 US Classic 5th
CBDG - Confederação Brasileira de Desportos no Gelo COB - Comitê Olímpico Brasileiro Bolsa Atleta ISU - International Skating Union