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The Origanal Broadmoor Skating Club.

Discussion in 'Great Skate Debate' started by FSWer, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. FSWer

    FSWer Well-Known Member

    Say,I was wondering if we have any record in history to what happened to the Origanal Members of the Broadmoor Skating Club as well as what the Roster looked like by skater name and Discipline (before the 1961 Nationals). We know some of them died in the Plane Crash. But since not all Skaters from a Club qualify for Competition. There had to be some Members that didn't go to Nationals. Were would THEY be now? Also,do anyone have a link to the Origanal Roster of Skaters that belong to that club? By name and Discipline.
  2. madm

    madm Well-Known Member

    There's a wealth of information, including results for all members who medaled in qualifying competitions, in this book published by the Broadmoor World Arena:

    "The Broadmoor World Arena, Pictorial History Book 1938-1988"
    (c) 1988
    Broadmoor World Arena

    To obtain a copy, contact:

    The Broadmoor World Arena
    P.O. Box 1439
    Colorado Springs, CO 80901
    (719) 577-5796

    I bought a copy at the Broadmoor Open competition, which is held every 3rd week of June. I think it cost around $12.
  3. FSWer

    FSWer Well-Known Member

    What is the name of the Book? What about Amazon.com?
  4. skatesindreams

    skatesindreams Well-Known Member