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Tracy Wilson and Robert McCall

A photo of Tracy Wilson and partner Robert McCall.

Tracy Wilson, CM (born September 25, 1961 in Lachine, Québec) is a Canadian Ice dancer. With partner Robert McCall, she won the Canadian national championship from 1982-1988. They were three-time World bronze medalists, and were the 1988 Olympic bronze medalists.

After McCall's death from HIV/AIDS in 1991, Wilson retired from ice dancing. Since then, she has worked as a television figure skating analyst for the American networks CBS and NBC, and the Canadian CTV.

In 1988, Wilson and McCall were made a Member of the CM, Canada's highest civilian honor.

Before teaming up with McCall, Wilson competed with Mark Stokes. They were the 1980 Canadian junior national champions.

Competitive highlightsEdit

(with McCall)

1982

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • World bronze medalists - 10th

1983

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • World Championships - 6th

1984

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • Olympics - 8th
  • World Championships - 6th

1985

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • World Championships - 4th

1986

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • World Championships - 3rd

1987

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • World Championships - 3rd

1988

  • Canadian Championships - 1st
  • Olympics - 3rd
  • World Championships - 3rd

ReferencesEdit

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