Pat Seltsam

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Patrick Seltsam (born November 14, 1965, Pembroke, Massachusetts)[1] is a retired speedskater who skated with the United States national speedskating team in the late 1980s through the mid-1990s and was a World Cup silver medalist in 1989 and the United States long track speedskating champion in 1991.[2]

Now resident in Calgary, he is currently project manager for stadium events at Houston-based Ice Rink Events, specializing in building outdoor skating and hockey rinks for special occasions.[3]

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  1. ^ Powers, John (December 23, 1988). "Seltsam, Shelley On The Right Track". The Boston Globe. Boston, MA. 
  2. ^ "National Senior Men's Champions". National Speed Skating Museum. 
  3. ^ Pagni, Casandra (December 7, 2010). "Frozen Over: The brains behind the Big Chill ice". Michigan Daily. Ann Arbor, MI. 

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