Cecilia Colledge was a two-time Olympian; making her debut at the 1932 Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid. Here she was the youngest competitor at the age of just eleven years old, and she finihed in eighth place.
The British Figure Skater returned to the Olympic scene four years later, where she won a silver medal at the Garmisch 1936 Games. Throughout her career she was also the 1937 World Champion, 1937, 1938 and 1939 European Champion, and a six-time British National Champion.
Cecilia is credited as being the first female skater to perform a double jump, as well as being the inventor of both of the camel spin and the layback spin. She died on the 12th April 2008, aged 87.