Full name: Arthur Francis "Art" Seaman
Born: January 17, 1923 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Died: September 10, 2007 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Affiliations: Lawrence Wennell Powderhorn Skating Club
Country: United States
Sport: Speed Skating
Art Seaman was a Minneapolis native who represented the Powderhorn Speedskating Club. He began skating at only five at Longfellow Park in Minneapolis. Seaman also became a well-known local dancer, and worked various odd jobs, being described as a jack-of-all-trades. A documentary movie was made of life and Olympic experience, entitled "Skating the Pacific to Europe", which detailed how he danced and skated his way to Europe for the Olympics. It was one of five award-winning films at the 2007 MNHS MGG (Minnesota Historical Society Minnesota’s Greatest Generation) Moving Pictures Festival.
Personal Bests: 500 – 45.0 (1948); 10000 – 21:34.8 (1948).
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