|| United Kingdom
27 September 1882|
||9 May 1965
Dorothy Greenhough-Smith (27 September 1882 – 9 May 1965) was a British figure skater.
She was the daughter of writer James Edward Preston Muddock, and married publisher/editor Herbert Greenhough Smith in 1900.
Greenhough-Smith won the bronze medal at the 1908 Summer Olympics, the first Olympics where figure skating was contested. She was the 1912 World silver medalist, which was the first silver medal in ladies skating for Great Britain (Madge Syers having won the silver in men's singles). She never competed at the European Figure Skating Championships because the ladies event was not added to the program until 1930.
Away from the ice, she also played tennis; she entered the 1914 Wimbledon Championships, losing in the first round.
Competitive highlights 
- ^ his Times obituary mentions her skating prowess