Summer and Masters Speed Camps

The Olympic Oval hosts Summer Speed and Masters Speed Camps each year and are looking forward to camps in 2021. Check this page for future updates.

Summer Speed Camp

Dates: Summer 2021

What is Summer Speed?

Summer Speed is a speed skating camp for children 5-18 years old who want to improve their on-ice technical skills. This camp is open to all children who are registered Speed Skating Canada athletes or ISU members. The camp includes on-ice training, off-ice skating imitation training, and circuit training in a sporting games environment.

Camp Details

Skaters should be prepared to participate in both disciplines in accordance with LTPAD (Long Term Participant Athlete Development).

Camp includes up to two ice sessions per day, off-ice exercises, activities, and a t-shirt.

A lunch program is available separately for an additional cost.

Register Online

Is the Summer Speed Camp what you're looking for? Register online and get your skates ready for an amazing week of elite training. 

Masters Speed Camp

Dates: Summer 2021

 

What is Masters Speed?

Masters Speed is a speed skating camp for adult speed skaters who want to experience an elite training environment at the Olympic Oval. This camp is open to all skaters who are registered Speed Skating Canada athletes or ISU members. There is no better way to improve your speed and skating skills than on the home ice of Canadian Olympians.

Camp Details

Participants must be current members of a speed skating organization and must be 18+.

The camp includes up to two ice sessions & 1 seminar per day, interaction with certified coaches, and a t-shirt.

A lunch program is available for an additional cost.

Register Online

Is the Masters Speed Camp what you're looking for? Register online and look forward to a week of hard work and major improvements. 

Summer and Masters Speed

Summer and Masters Speed is a great experience for those looking to gain a competitive edge in their summer training or for those just wanting to have fun!

Justin Warsylewicz

Long Track Coach Stage 2