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RMH Fast is Fun ST Meet Jan.25

Rocky Mountain House Speed Skating Club is pleased to host the Fast is Fun short track meet, Bunch Arena – Christenson Sports & Wellness Centre (Rocky Arena Complex – 5332 – 50 St., Rocky Mountain House, AB) on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020.

Format: All points ability meet. AASSA sanction.All points ability meet. AASSA sanction.Open to Active Start, Fund, L2T and T2T, plus Juniors who wish to participate in Ability Meet format. All races will be on 100m track.Two distances with heats and finals, plus one super final.Sign-up for optional races on race day if time permits.

This meet will be using manual registration through the clubs. Submit the registration summary form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by the deadline of Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020 at 12 noon.

Full details are in the meet announcement and registration form.

Volunteers will be needed on race day to ensure all positions are filled. Please contact us if you can help out. We will supply a free lunch. Contact meet coordinator Fiona Barnett or visit


Jeremy Wotherspoon Invitational Jan.18-19

Congratulations to all the participants at the Jeremy Wotherspoon Open this weekend -- lots of great efforts and fast times raced in the cold! There were great ice and racing conditions at Setter's Place in Red Deer thanks to a wonderful crew of dedicated volunteers and officials!

The top Train-to-Train achievers from this meet have been invited to represent Alberta at the February Canadian Youth Long Track (CYLT) Championship in Red Deer, according to Alberta's qualifying protocol.

Details of the meet, registration form and waiver can be found in the meet announcement.


T2T / CYLTC Qualifier and Ability Division RESULTS

2020 Wotherspoon LT Juniors Open RESULTS

PRNLSSC 2020 Interclub Ability Meet Jan.18

Northern Lights Speed Skating Club invites you to our Ability Meet on 111m and 100m short track. Any SSC registered skater in Active Start, FUNd, L2T, T2T, or Junior are eligible.

Active Start 100m, 200m, 400m
FUNd 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m
L2T 200m, 400m, 800m, 1200m
T2T 400m, 500m, 777m, 1500m
Junior 500m, 1000m, 1500m, 3000m

9:30 – 10:00 am Registration ( in arena lobby)
10:00 – 10:15 am Mat set-up
10:15 – 10:25 am Warm-up (T2T, Junior)
10:25 – 10:35 am Warm-up (Active Start, FUNd, L2T)
10:15 – 10:35 am Coaches and Officials Meeting
10:45 am – 4:45 pm Racing (lunch break TBA)
4:45 – 5:00 pm Mat take-down


Our small club relies on the generosity of volunteers to have fun, successful events. Please choose your volunteer position at:
All help is greatly appreciated!

Full details and registration form in the meet announcement. See you there!


ESSA New Year 2020 Junior ST Meet

ESSA invites you to a meet where Junior aged skaters are the main feature!
Skaters will be placed into divisions and seeded based on either 500m (111m) times or converted 400m (100m) times.
Skaters will stay in the same division for all events. Events: 500m, 1000m, 1500m

T2T and Junior Short Track (111m) meet

Preliminary schedule:

Come help set up the mats 1pm
Coaches meeting 1:30pm
Warmups 2pm
Races end approx. 6pm (TBD based on entries)
Help take down the mats
Pizza end of take down till 7:30pm
Entry Fees: $45 per skater – Final Entry Deadline: Friday, December 27th 
Online Registration through the CSSA RAMP system.
Volunteers: Please sign up here before January 2nd. Thank you!
Full details in the meet announcement.

Thank you all for coming out - very appreciated and we hope that our Jrs and to be Jrs had a great time!

Results attached!

Alberta Indoor Long Track Meet Jan. 11-12, 2020

CSSA will once again be hosting the Alberta Indoor Long Track Meet (ABLT), on January 11-12, 2020, at the Olympic Oval in Calgary. 

Groupings and Distances:

Group 1 Olympic Style – Junior / Senior / Master skaters (500m, 1000m, 1500m, 7 lap mass start)

Group 2 Olympic Style / Mass Start – T2T skaters (500m, 1500m Olympic Style; Mass Start 300m, 1500m, 7 lap)

Group 3 Mass Start– L2T/FUNd/Active Start skaters (500m, 100m, 300m, 1-3 Lap Race)


Registration Deadline is December 27, 2019 (late entries will not be accepted). 


Registrations and payments are Online only through CSSA’s RAMP system:

You can access the registration and waiver process directly at:


Please refer to the Meet Announcement and Meet Information Package for additional important information:

ABLT 2020 Meet Announcement

ABLT 2020 Meet Information Package

Here are the results for ABLT:

Open Jr/Sr/Masters Division

T2T Division

L2T-Ability Division


2020 Alberta Winter Games (AWG)

AWG2020 Airdrie

Registration is Open Now - Deadline to Register is January 3rd, 2020

All Alberta Winter Games Coaches and Manager/Chaperones must register online right away.

All Alberta Winter Games eligible skaters must register online in order to be considered for a fill position. If you are not sure if you are an AWG eligible skater, contact your zone representative at the bottom of this page.

Click here for instructions on how to register

Click here for the AWG waiver

Click here to register online

The 2020 Alberta Winter Games will be held in Airdrie, Alberta February 14th-17th. The Speed Skating event at AWG will be long track speed skating and will be held at the Olympic Oval at the University of Calgary. Click here for an AWG promo video.

The Alberta Winter Games speed skating events will be taking place at the Olympic Oval this coming February.  Competition dates for this event are Saturday, February 15th and Sunday, February 16th.  If you are interested in volunteering, please use the following link to sign up: 

Alberta Games provides a competitive opportunity for province’s best young developing athletes to compete in a multi-sport Games. Since the first Alberta Games in 1974, thousands of athletes and coaches have celebrated and competed in every part of Alberta, in an effort to reach their full athletic potential. The Alberta Games also provides many benefits Host communities, their volunteers, and to thousands of Albertans who participate at the local, Zone, and provincial levels.

Alberta Sport Connection "We Are Focused on the Future!"

Click here to access the 2020 Alberta Winter Games web site

Stay connected by visiting  and be a special part of the Alberta Games! Check out the AWG Facebook and Instagram pages, and be sure to join us for all of the exciting news and pictures of the Games. 

Live and individual results:

Watch our Alberta Games videos here


The AWG Speed Skating Technical Package outlines the age categories and basic representation information. T2T1 (11/12 year olds) and T2T2 (13/14 year olds) are the speed skating age categories.

Click here to download the revised 2020 AWG Technical Package (revised Nov 19, 2019)

UPDATE: November 8, 2019. Based on a recommendation from the Skater Development Committee and approved by a majority of the Zones, Short Track Development Team members are eligible to compete in Long Track at the 2020 Alberta Winter Games. 

Speed Skaters represent Alberta regional zones based on their residency (home address). An AWG Zone Map is available here:

To qualify for a spot on your zone's Alberta Winter Games team, please refer to the chart below.

zone playoffs