Wellesley Youth Skates in 100th Anniversary Ice Show Starring U.S. Olympic Champion Evan Lysacek
Caitlin Smith, a 15-year-old ninth grade student
at Wellesley High School, recently appeared in the Ice Chips 2012 100 Years of Excellence, a skating
show celebrating the dreams and accomplishments of the past, present, and future of figure skating. Caitlin competed at the 2012 New England Regional
Championships at the Intermediate level. She was featured in an Ice Chips production number in which she had a step-out.
This year’s 100th Anniversary Production celebrated
the legacy of the world-renowned figure skating venue, The Skating Club of Boston, through an innovative, entertaining,and visually illuminating production. With a dramatic display of colors, lights, and dazzling skating performances, Caitlin was a part of a cast that
took the audience on a fascinating journey through some of the most memorable highlights of the past century.
The Ice Chips show starred 2010 Olympic Champion Eric Lysacek and Mirai Nagasu, 2010 Olympian and 3-time U.S. Ladies Medalist as well as top skaters from the Boston area. Ice Chips is The Skating
Club of Boston’s annual skating festival and the longest-running amateur ice show in the world. It has brought
Boston audiences some of the biggest names in figure skating from around the world, while introducing them to current and future champions. The 2012 production of Ice Chips benefitted the Division of Sports Medicine at
Children’s Hospital and the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts.