All members of the speed skating community should be familiar with the safety equipment requirements. Each skater is solely responsible that his/her personal equipment meets the highest safety criteria in order to obtain the utmost safety of the skaters.
Skaters competing at the Pre-Season meet in Kitchener-Waterloo on October 15-16 will receive a free technical t-shirt. A sizing chart has been posted with the meet announcement and registration forms.
Orders are to be submitted by club only. Orders are due by October 5th.
Update: KW is also offering a Family registration fee of $255.00 for 3 or more skaters.
Coaches with NCCP Level 1, 2, and 3 credentials will have their credentials transferred to a status in the Community, Instruction, or Competition Sport stream. This will be effective September 28, 2016.
Coaches are encouraged to monitor their transcripts in The Locker.
All coaches in the NCCP must now maintain their certification by actively coaching and by engaging in professional development opportunities.
The extended registration deadline for the Sue Ellis Camp hosted by Kingston Striders closes tonight.
An additional sub-group for skaters with 62-64s has been created.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in any article or comment posted on, or linked to, the OSSA website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Ontario Speed Skating Association.