Date of Birth:  November 1, 1975
 Place of Birth: Vancouver, BC
 Residence: Windsor, ON
 Years on National Team:
 Height:  5'5"
 Weight: N/A

As a successful Canadian ice dancer who has stuck with her partner, Aaron Lowe, through thick and thin since 1990, Megan Wing has become a powerful role model for young girls interested in the sport. In fact, her interest in passing on her expertise to the next generation as a coach is a future possibility should the pair finally walk away from the sport in the near future, as has been rumored.

In their first Canadian Championships back in 1990, the duo came in ninth place. It seemed like a great jumping off point but, unfortunately, the pair would level off, eventually getting stuck in the shadows of a couple of higher profile pairs -- Shae-Lynn Bourne and Victor Kratz, as well as Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon.

However, since the retirement of Bourne and Kratz, the duo has slowly emerged from the shadows. At January's Canadian Championships, they finished second to Dubreuil and Lauzon, finally earning a spot on the Olympic team after 16 years in the sport.

After years of buzzing around the wrong end of the Top-10, recent results could indicate new respect for the veteran duo. A third-place finish at the 2005 Cup of China followed by a fourth-place finish at Skate America could point to a potentially great international result for the pair in Turin.

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