Charles Goodman Tebbutt (1860–1944) was an English speed skater and bandy player from Bluntisham, England, in the Fens of Cambridgeshire where Fen skating was a popular winter activity in the nineteenth century.
Charles Goodman Tebbutt
|Died||1944 (aged 83–84)|
He also wrote articles and books about speed skating and bandy, including several chapters in the Badminton Library book Skating (1892) with John Moyer Heathcote. He wrote a chapter on matches in Holland and Sweden in A Handbook of Bandy by Arnold Tebbutt.
He is said to have been the first player to establish the rules of bandy and popularize the sport in Northern Europe, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
- ^ Photo of the speed skater Charles Goodman Tebbutt[permanent dead link]
- ^ Photo of the bandy player Charles Goodman Tebbutt[permanent dead link]
- ^ Heathcote, J.M.; Tebbutt, C.G. (1892). Skating. Longmans, Green and Co. OL 7132924M.
- ^ Arnold Tebbutt (1896). A Handbook of Bandy; or, Hockey on Ice. Horace Cox.
- A photograph of three of the Tebbutt brothers. The Tebbutt brothers are in the front row, with Charles Goodman on the left.
- An article about bandy and the Tebbutts[permanent dead link] from Cambridgeshire Archives