Polly Blodgett

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Polly Blodgett (born c.1919) was an American figure skater, and a member of Boston Skating Club.[1][2] She competed in both singles, winning the US junior title in 1934,[2] and pairs, with partner Roger Turner, with whom she won the US junior pairs title in 1934,[3] and finished runners up in the senior pairs in 1936.

Results

Ladies' singles

Event 1937 1938
U.S. Championships 2nd[4] 3rd[4]

Pairs

(with Turner)

Event 1936
U.S. Championships 2nd

References

  1. "Skaters Seek Title", Lewiston Evening Journal, December 26, 1935, p. 8, retrieved 2010-11-21
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Boston Girl Wins Figure Skate Toga", Pittsburg Press, February 10, 1935, retrieved 2010-11-21
  3. "R. F. Turner, Polly Blodgett Win Junior Pair Skate Title", Chicago Daily Tribune, March 11, 1934, p. 1
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Sport: Five Little Pretenders", Time, March 7, 1938, retrieved 2010-11-21