Former Cambridge speed skater Keri Morrison has won her first World Cup medal, capturing silver in women's team pursuit along with her fellow Ontario teammates, Ivanie Blondin and Isabelle Weidemann. It was an amazing weekend on the long track for Canadian skaters at the World Cup event in Japan. https://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/speedskating/canadian-women-silver-speed-skating-1.4917862
The Canada Winter Games Short Track Trials will be held in Cambridge at the Hespeler Arena from Friday December 7th to Sunday December 9th. Our club is thrilled to host the top youth skaters in Ontario as they vie to represent Ontario at the 2019 Canada Winter Games being held next spring in Red Deer, … Continue reading Canada Winter Games Trials
Congratulations go out to Cambridge's Sherise Gratton on being awarded the Beatrice Noble Memorial Speedskating Scholarship courtesy of the Buffalo Speedskating Club. The scholarship recognizes young speed skaters who live with a chronic illness. Read more about Sherise, the scholarship and its recipients HERE.
It didn't take long for Brantford's Sebastian Champagne to find success in speed skating. "My first competition, I won," said Champagne, who gave up hockey at the age of 10 and is now nationally ranked as an 18-year-old speed skater. "At the time, I was stronger than the other kids from playing hockey," he said. … Continue reading Sebastian Champagne heading to Calgary