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David Wilson
Personal information
Full name David Wilson
Country represented Canada
Born (1966-05-25) May 25, 1966 (age 52)

David Wilson (born May 25, 1966[1]) is a Canadian former figure skater who currently works as a choreographer at the Toronto Cricket and Skating Club.[2]

As a skater, his competitive career was cut short when he was diagnosed with Osgood-Schlatter disease.[3] Following surgery on his knee, then 18-year-old Wilson toured with Ice Capades in North America and then with Holiday On Ice in Europe.[3]

With his then-partner, Jean-Pierre Boyer, Wilson settled in Montreal and began working as a choreographer.[3] Their breakout client was Sébastien Britten.

Later, Wilson moved to Toronto and worked with many notable skaters including World and Olympic champions and medalists.

Choreographing career[edit]

His current and former clients include:

References[edit]

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