Robert Paul

1937 - Today

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Robert Paul (born June 2, 1937) is a Canadian former pair skater. He teamed up with Barbara Wagner in 1952. They became the 1960 Olympic champions, four-time World champions, and five-time Canadian national champions. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Robert Paul has received more than 25,537 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Robert Paul is the 100th most popular skater, the 544th most popular biography from Canada and the 4th most popular Canadian Skater.

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  • 15

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  • 4.36

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  • 2.25

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Among skaters, Robert Paul ranks 100 out of 313Before him are Bam Margera, John Curry, Anett Pötzsch, Alexei Yagudin, Yuna Kim, and Marina Anissina. After him are Toller Cranston, Carolina Kostner, Natalia Bestemianova, Brian Boitano, Aljona Savchenko, and Yulia Lipnitskaya.

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Among people born in 1937, Robert Paul ranks 417Before him are David Del Tredici, Bessie Head, Michael Jeffery, Héctor Facundo, Paul Hawkins, and Marlo Thomas. After him are Benjamin Whitrow, Farooq Abdullah, Isabelle Daniels, Donald Dewar, Gus Hutchison, and Bob Boozer.

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In Canada

Among people born in Canada, Robert Paul ranks 544 out of 1,130Before him are Ruby Keeler (1909), Severn Cullis-Suzuki (1979), Marc Garneau (1949), Paul Shaffer (1949), Mac DeMarco (1990), and Will Arnett (1970). After him are Mike Bossy (1957), Pom Klementieff (1986), Aaron Ashmore (1979), Nicole de Boer (1970), Michael Cera (1988), and Hank Snow (1914).

Among SKATERS In Canada

Among skaters born in Canada, Robert Paul ranks 4Before him are Barbara Ann Scott (1928), Brian Orser (1961), and Barbara Wagner (1938). After him are Toller Cranston (1949), Jeremy Wotherspoon (1976), Tessa Virtue (1989), Kurt Browning (1966), Patrick Chan (1990), Jeffrey Buttle (1982), Marc Gagnon (1975), and Joannie Rochette (1986).