Stacy Singer became the youngest World Baton Twirling Champion in history in 1985 when she won the junior (under 14) division at the age of eight. From 1985 until her retirement from competition in 1993, Stacy placed first at every provincial and national competition that she entered. Three times in her career, Stacy won All Canadian titles in every event and was named Grand National Champion in every event.
From 1988 to 1993, she won six consecutive individual world championships and one team world championship. Winning both team and individual gold medals in 1991 made Stacy the first baton twirler to win two gold medals at one world championship. In 1985, 1989, and 1990, Stacy was named Canada’s Junior Athlete of the Year (under 20), by the Canadian Sports Federation.