The Puget Sound Speedskating Club (PSSC) is the oldest Short Track and Long Track speedskating Club in Washington state. During the 20th century, it consisted of many inline speedskaters, some who would become prominent through their Olympic careers such as eight-time Olympic medalist Apollo Ohno from Federal Way and four-time Olympian K.C. Boutiette from Tacoma. In 2003, Coach Chang Lee became head coach and continued the tradition of training future Olympians such as three-time Olympian, J. R. Celski from Federal Way, Aaron Tran from Federal Way, Corie Stoddard from Lake Tapps, and Eunice Lee from Bellevue. He has also cultivated several Junior Olympians such as Clare Jeong from Federal Way and Jenell Berhorst from Auburn. Coach Lee has twice won the US Speedskating’s Development Coach of the Year award.
We train on the ice at our home rink, Tacoma Twin Rinks, and dryland train in our indoor facility or at nearby outdoor athletic fields. We have members of all ages (from 6 to 60) and abilities. We participate in club-level competitions in Washington and British Columbia, and in ISU and US Speedskating events around the US, and have skaters who compete around the world with Team USA.
- Head Coach: Chang Lee
- Assistant Coach: Young-ok Kim
- Assistant Coach: Jan Zurcher (Retired)
- President: Mark “Loeb” Soldan
- Vice President: Jaehong Lee
- Secretary: Russell D’Card
- Treasurer: Chang Ho Lee
- Officer: Han Lee
- Officer: Sunhee Song