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Skating Club of Boston celebrates 100 years

The Skating Club of Boston has served as a training ground for Olympic medalists and national champions. The Skating Club of Boston has served as a training ground for Olympic medalists and national champions. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / February 21, 2012
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The Skating Club of Boston isn’t the oldest skating organization in the country - the Philadelphia Skating Club & Humane Society was founded in 1849 and the Cambridge Skating Club in 1898. But no other American club can match Boston’s influence on the sport since it was incorporated in April 1912.

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