OTTAWA, ONTARIO- At only 19 years oldBarbara Ann Scott wins ice! Barbara Ann Scott is the first to win the Olympic women’s figure skating gold medal , at St. Moritz yesterday. She is definitely such a killer diller! “Barbara Ann set very high standards for many female skaters.” said the big cheese Skate Canada president Jerome Brown in a statement. “The discipline and focus that she strived for in her career is the foundation of her success.” She definitely is the cat’s meow of the month. Prime Minister Mackenzie King praised her for providing Canadians with “courage to get through the darkness of the post-war gloom.” Her beauty, grace and spiffy is truly to be admired. In Ottawa, she was presented with a yellow convertible with the license plate 47 U 1. But to avoid the risk of losing her amateur status, she returned the car, ensuring her Olympic eligibility. At age 9, she had begun a daily 7-hour training routine; a year later, she became the youngest Canadian to earn a gold medal for figures. Her performance rose above the gold medal performance by the Ottawa RCAF Flyers hockey team. after her victory, two forwards from the hockey team hoisted Canada’s Sweetheart on their shoulders. Barbara Ann comes home a hero. Barbara Ann Scott of Ottawa, Ontario. All eyes were on Scott as she practised ahead of the 1948 Winter Olympics. She had fans flipping their wigs. The Reliable Toy Company just issued a Barbara Ann Scott collectible priced at $5.95 and available in a number of outfits, all with little white skates. This is a perfect gift for anyone you know who looks up to this Canadian sweetheart! ” Check in weekly to The Observer as we will keep you updated on her career. Her skates are the only stompers she has to impress us with! Barbara will definitely continue to be a humdinger.