Ontario Skater dominates 1000m event in Calgary


October Club Highlight - Barrie

Barrie Speed Skating ClubThanks to the Olympics, speed skating received incredible coverage and the much needed attention that it deserves.  In the Spring of 2010 (post Olympics) Barrie ran a Spring (April) four week session.  We had 15 new skaters ranging from 5 years old to adult come out for a one time free trial or some signed up for the four sessions.  Out of the 15, 5 became members for the upcoming season!!

This Fall, we provided a three week session (four weeks were not available).  20 new skaters came out…again ranging from 5 years of age to adult.  Out of the 20 new skaters, at least 10 have registered for the upcoming season!!

Because of the increase, we have been able to add a half hour to the existing programs to accommodate Beginners and Advanced skaters.  Our Coaching staff has been amazing in regards to accommodating all of the new skaters.  We are truly blessed as a Club to have the Coaches that we have.

For more information check out the Barrie Speed Skating Club website

Thanks to BSSC Registrar Debbie Booth for the providing us this information!


Congratulations Toronto Speed Skating!

The Toronto Cyclones have been awarded a Fesitvals on Ice Grant from Speed Skating Canada.  Toronto has done a great job promoting their club and speed skating and continually look for more ways to grow their club.  Well done Cyclones!


Quest for Gold Nominees Posted!

Congratulations to our 2010-2011 Quest for Gold Nominees.  You can view them by selecting “Nominated Athletes” on the menu to the left of the screen.



Everyone who is skating in ANY OSSA meet must be aware of Section D3-100 in the Red Book. 

The link is a follows:

The equipment requirements are clearly stated for the various levels of meets.  Referees will be enforcing these requirements.