A Treasure Trove Of Results

If you're a skating history nerd like me, which I'm guessing may be the case if you're a long-time reader of Skate Guard, you're going to love what's coming in July.

Instead of the usual two blog a week format, I'll be mixing things up by releasing over a dozen blogs at once next week. They all have the same theme - results! Over the last couple of years during the pandemic, I have been toiling away in old records and archives to compile comprehensive historical competition results that haven't been previously made available online. 

Here's the line-up:

Pre-World War II World Championships (all categories from each event)
Pre-World War II European Championships (all categories from each event)
Precursors to the U.S. Championships (Championships Of America)
Canadian Divisional and Sectional Championships
U.S. Regional and Sectional Championships
Novice and Junior winners at the U.S. Championships
North American Championships
British Championships
Australian Championships
New Zealand Championships
South African Championships
Finnish Championships
Norwegian Championships
Swiss Championships
Polish Championships

All of these records will be linked from Skate Guard's Results page.

Skate Guard will be back with its usual two blog a week format in August... and I can't wait to share more fascinating stories from skating history with you!

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