Learn to Speed Skate

Try speed skating with the Toronto Speed Skating Club

Speed skating is best enjoyed by skaters who have previously learned some of the basics of skating on hockey or figure skates. Although the club does not offer the most basic learn to skate programs (for those who have never skated), we do offer a Learn To Speed Skate (LTSS) program.  Certainly, you do not need to have good technique before you come – we can help you develop that. If you are the kind of person who loves to do laps at public skate sessions at the local rink, take steps to free your inner speed skater!

Skaters 18 and over
Please contact the TSSC registrar to arrange for a single free skating assessment session with one of our coaches do determine if you meet the criteria to join one of our regular adult sessions.

 

Skaters 17 and under

2017 Spring Learn to Speed Skate program

We are happy to offer a spring learn to speed skate program at the MasterCard Centre in Etobicoke.  This program is generously supported by the Royal Bank of Canada, Participaction, and the Public Health Agency of Canada.

 

Open to participants aged  6-12.

The program will take place in Rink 1 at the MCC on the following dates:

 

April 9              6:15pm-7:45pm

April 23            4:15pm-5:45pm

April 30            6:00pm-7:30pm

May 7              5:45pm-6:50pm

 

Cost: $40

Spring Learn to Speed Skate Program generously supported by:

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Location:

MasterCard Centre for Hockey Excellence

400 Kipling Ave.

Etobicoke

Rink 1

 

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Equipment

LTSS cost includes rental of short track speed skates.  Additionally, the participant must bring to the rink the following safety equipment:

  • Helmet (bike or hockey)
  • Gloves (ideally cut-proof, but leather or hockey gloves are fine)
  • Neck guard (hockey)
  • Knee pads (inline skating or volleyball)
  • Shin guards (soccer style and preferably without the under-foot strap)

 

Questions?

Please contact the TSSC registrar at TSSCregistrar@gmail.com

 

Please note:  This program is not a custodial setting. As such, parents are required to stay at the arena during the sessions when their child is skating, in order to provide rink-side support in case of emergency. We kindly request the help of parents to put the mats on the ice at the beginning of the sessions.