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Axels In The Attic
19 minutes | Jan 4, 2016
Louis Rubenstein: The Grandfather Of Canadian Skating
The final episode in our series explores the story of Canadian skating pioneer Louis Rubenstein! Show notes for this episode are available on Skate Guard blog at http://skateguard1.blogspot.ca. For more fascinating skating history, check out The Manleywoman Skatecast at http://www.manleywoman.com.
12 minutes | Nov 7, 2015
The Luminous Lottie Dod
The fifth episode in our six part series explores the story of one of the most prolific female athletes of all time, Great Britain's Lottie Dod! Be sure to pass on the word about the Axels In The Attic series and visit http://skateguard1.blogspot.ca and http://www.manleywoman.com for more fascinating tales from figure skating's history.
17 minutes | Oct 27, 2015
Joseph Späh: Hindenburg Survivor And Ice Comedian
The fourth episode in our six part series looks at a fascinating figure skating connection to the famous Hindenburg Disaster in 1937.
16 minutes | Sep 21, 2015
Norman A. Falkner: The World's Best One-Legged Skater
The third episode in the Axels In The Attic podcast series examines the compelling life story of differently abled Canadian skater Norman A. Falkner.
15 minutes | Aug 10, 2015
Callie C. Curtis: 19th Century Drag Queen On Ice
Unearthing the unusual story of Callie C. Curtis, an American skater who turned heads when he got all dolled up and entered women's figure skating competitions!
18 minutes | Jul 31, 2015
South American Skating History... You'd Be Surprised!
The first episode of the Axels In The Attic series looks at untold and fascinating tales from the history of ice skating in South America. From Sonja Henie to Maribel Vinson-Owen to Argentina's first and only Olympic figure skater, we've got you covered!
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