Class of 1990: Athlete
A member of the Toronto Skating Club, Constance Wilson-Samuel was a dominant force of the figure skating scene during the 1920s and 30s. A versatile and consistent skater, her record of success included titles in nine Canadian and three North American singles, the British Ladies title, wins in six Canadian and three North American pairs categories, and a Canadian Fours title. She represented Canada at three World Championships and won a bronze medal in the ladies event in 1932. A three-time member of the Canadian Olympic team, her 4th-place finish at the 1932 Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid is among the highest by a Canadian in the ladies event.