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Date of Birth: 1977
This Kelvin grad is originally from Mission, British Colombia. While still at Kelvin, Shakespeare swam with the Manitoba Marlins and competed in the 1994 Commonwealth Games where she won a bronze in both 50m freestyle and 4'100m freestyle. Within the year that she graduated, Shakespeare went to the 1995 World Championships for freestyle swimming. She won a gold medal in the 4'200m freestyle relay. She then went on to win silver medal in the 1995 Pan Am Games. She also competed in two consecutive Summer Olympics: 1996 in Atlanta, USA and Sydney, Australia. At these Olympics she competed in the 4'100m freestyle relay, 4'200m freestyle relay, 4'100m medley relay and 200m freestyle. She did not medal, however she placed fifth three times, seventh twice and seventeenth once. Shakespeare was inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame in 2013. She currently lives in Toronto.