|Full name||Stewart Dudley Dagge Reburn|
August 10, 1912|
|Died||June 6, 1976
|Former partner||Louise Bertram
Stewart Dudley Dagge Reburn (August 10, 1912 in Toronto – June 6, 1976 in Toronto) was a Canadian figure skater who competed in men's singles and pair skating. As a singles skater, he won the silver medal at the Canadian Figure Skating Championships in 1929 and 1931. With partner Louise Bertram, he won the gold medal at the 1935 Canadian Championships and competed in the 1936 Winter Olympics, finishing sixth. He had also competed on the national level in pairs with Veronica Clarke and Cecil Smith.
Following his competitive career, Reburn skated professionally as Sonja Henie's partner in her touring ice show. He appeared with Henie in the 1939 film Second Fiddle. He joined the Royal Canadian Air Force at the outbreak of World War II. He died in 1976, and was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto.
|Canadian Championships||1st J.||2nd||2nd|
- J = Junior level
|Winter Olympic Games||6th|
|North American Championships||3rd|
(with Cecil Smith)
(with Veronica Clarke)
- Sports-reference profile
- "Official Results: Canadian Championships" (PDF). Archived from the original on 2009-09-20.
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