All the program details and forms for Learn to Speed Skate (LTSS) and our regular Fall-Winter session programming are now available at our Registration Page.
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This is going to be a terrific year!
Our first round of Learn to Speed Skate Sessions (LTSS) are sold out! To meet demand, we have added four new LTSS sessions that will be starting soon. Come and try speed skating with the Toronto Speed Skating Club - speed skates are supplied!
For more details about the new programs, please see our registration page.
Come join us and experience the thrill of speed skating - Canada's most decorated Olympic sport.
Toronto World Cup - Fall 2015!
“Toronto looks forward to hosting the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup competition for the very first time”, said Mayor John Tory. This year, Toronto will be the epicentre of all things sport, and we are excited to welcome the best speed skaters in the world and cheer on our talented Canadian athletes.”
See the best in the world in action in Toronto
Toronto fans will be able to see for the first time live the Short Track Canadian national team members, including Olympic medalists Charles Hamelin, Marianne St-Gelais, Valérie Maltais, François Hamelin, Olivier Jean and Guillaume Bastille, who all skated for Canada last season.
Toronto Area Skaters looking to compete at home
Two up-and-coming skaters from the Toronto area, Patrick Duffy and William Preudhomme, also represented Canada in World Cups last winter and hope to compete at home this fall.
Patrick Duffy, a 23 year-old athlete from Oakville, took part in all six World Cups last season for the first time of his career. He won his first-ever individual medal at World Cup #6 in Erzurum, Turkey, in the 1000m event.
William Preudhomme, 21 year-old skater from Toronto (the TSSC!), won the bronze medal in the 500m event in his first-ever World Cup in Shanghai. The following week, he also took part in last season's fourth World Cup, held in Seoul, where he took 8th position in the 1500m event and 7th place in the 3000m race.
“On behalf of the Toronto World Cup Organizing Committee, we are excited to be bringing a major event like the upcoming ISU Short Track World Cup to Toronto”, said the president of the organizing committee and of the Toronto Speed Skating Club, Desmond Preudhomme. “This is a great opportunity for the people within the GTA to see firsthand the excitement of the sport, and to see World and Olympic champions in action! This is an opportunity that is not to be missed.”
For more details, please visit the Speed Skate Canada event web page.
The Toronto Speed Skating Club would like to thank several organizations and groups for their generous support.