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Program Description Fee Start Date End Date
Advance Skaters

The Advanced group program is a more intensive program for older skaters. All skaters must have the permission of the coaching staff to participate. Advancement of skaters to and through programs before they have developed sufficient technical skills can impede the development of the skaters and create unsafe situations. Given the higher speeds in the Advanced group practices, safety is a particular concern. The profile of the registered skaters may result in changes to the requirements or time standards for advancement from year to year. Skaters wishing to participate in this program are expected to be interested in competition, committed to training, and have the technical skills, the speed and maturity (social, emotional, and athletic) to safely participate in the practices and enjoy the extra work-load associated with these practices. In general, skaters must be twelve to participate in this group. All skaters in this group must understand and respect all aspects of track safety. Skaters must be able to skate safely and effectively in a group on the track. Skaters in the Advanced group maybe eligible to participate in meets that the Club attends.

Please note the attached Athlete Code & Parental Code of Conduct will need to be submitted to the coaching staff prior to skaters being eligible to participate in ice sessions as well as all fees must be paid in full.

Pre Season Ice Schedule: Monday 5:00 - 7:00 PM; Thursday 5:00 - 6:00 PM & Saturday 11:00 - 12:00 PM

Dryland Schedule: Wednesday 4:00 - 5:00 PM

300.00 2016-08-25 2017-04-30
Associate A member of a Canadian speed skating club who contributes as a coach, official, volunteer or parent who does not participate as a skating member.  10.00 2016-08-25 2017-04-30
Equipment Deposits

All skaters must pay $100.00 for the use of Speed Skating Equipment over the course of the year.  If all equipment is returned in a satisfactory condition you will be reimbursed $50.00.

100.00 2016-08-25 2017-04-30
Intermediate Skaters

The Intermediate Speed Skating program starts to introduce more of the competitive aspects of speed skating, such as passing and tactics, and aims to refine the basic speed skating skills of less experienced skaters. Skaters should be 8 years of age, be able to skate cross-overs on the corners, stop effectively, understand track safety.  Skaters in this group must be on long blades.  Skaters in this group are eligible to participate in all local meets held by the club.

Pre-Season On Ice Schedule:  Thursday's 6:00 - 7:00 PM and Saturday's from 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Dryland:  TBD

Please note the attached Athlete Code & Parental Code of Conduct will need to be submitted to the coaching staff prior to skaters being eligible to participate in ice sessions as well as all fees must be paid in full.

250.00 2016-08-25 2017-04-30
Learn to Speed Skate

The Learn to Speed Skate Program is aimed at skaters who have basic skating skills but want to improve their skills and learn the sport of speed skating. Skaters 5 years and up who have attained the appropriate skill level may participate in this program. Skaters may use hockey skates in Learn to Speed Skate, but it is recommended that they use long blades. We recommend that Learn to Speed Skate skaters participate in Club Fun Meets.

This program is consist of Eight One Hour skating sessions and will begin mid October at the Arctic Winter Games Arena.

On Ice Sessions:  TBD

Please note the attached Athlete Code & Parental Code of Conduct will need to be submitted to the coaching staff prior to skaters being eligible to participate in ice sessions as well as all fees must be paid in full.

200.00 2016-08-25 2017-04-30