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January 7, 1908
February 28, 1953
Constance Wilson-Samuel (January 7, 1908 – February 28, 1953) was a Canadian figure skater, born in Toronto, Ontario. Competing in ladies' singles, she became the 1932 World bronze medalist, a four-time North American champion, and a nine-time Canadian national champion. She competed at two Olympics, placing sixth in 1928 and fourth in 1932.
Wilson-Samuel also competed in
pair skating. With her brother Montgomery Wilson, she was a three-time North American champion and a five-time Canadian national champion. They placed fifth at the 1932 Olympics.
She won silver in
four skating at the 1933 North American Championships in partnership with her brother, Elizabeth Fisher, and Hubert Sprott.
Results [ edit ]
Ladies' singles [ edit ]
Pairs with Morson [ edit ]
Pairs with Wilson [ edit ]
Fours with Fisher, Wilson, and Sprott [ edit ]