|Born||January 2, 1968|
Skating Career 
Wainman first came to international prominence at the age of 12 when she won the bronze medal at the 1980 Canadian Championships and was controversially selected to compete as Canada's sole entry in the ladies' event at that year's 1980 World Championships instead of either of the two older skaters who had placed ahead of her in the national event. At that time she was being heavily promoted as a future champion by David Dore, the head of the Canadian Figure Skating Association, as well as by Canadian television.
After winning the 1981 Canadian title, Wainman began to struggle with the effects of a normal teenage growth spurt; she grew six inches and put on weight as her figure developed. In 1982 she took the bronze medal at the Canadian Championships and the following year she slipped to 7th. At that point, she stopped skating entirely for a year. When she began to skate again in 1984, she re-learned her technique from scratch. Wainman won the 1986 Canadian Championships and competed at that year's World Championships, finishing 9th. When the Canadian association passed her over for international competition assignments the following season—allegedly because they disapproved of her undisciplined off-ice behavior—she decided to retire from competitive skating.
Wainman is often cited as a cautionary example of a skater who burned out on the sport while still a child after being prematurely pushed into the spotlight. Wainman herself has pointed out that if she had been held back from competing at the World level as a child, when her skills were at their peak, she might never have had the opportunity to do so while older.
Coaching Career 
Wainman currently works as a national and international coach and skating director and the York Region Skating Academy. She has coached skaters to a total of 9 national medals, including 4 titles. She was awarded the COS Competitive Coach of the Year twice (2002 and 2006) and 2011 Skate Canada Competitive Coach of Excellence.
Personal Life 
|Skate Canada International||2nd||1st|
|Karl Schäfer Memorial||3rd|
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