Welcome to the 2014-2015 Speed Skating Season

Posted: 20150213
Team Ontario picks up a bronze medal in the Ladies Long Track Team Pursuit

Skating for Team Ontario are:

  • Sylvie Carruthers (Cambridge)
  • Taylor White (Cambridge)
  • Bethany McKinley-Young (Ottawa)
  • Adrienne Gaudreault (Ottawa)

Check out the photo gallery for NEW photos!!!

Way to go Ladies!
You've done both your clubs and Province proud!!



20150219
THE RESULTS ARE IN!!! Cambridge Speed Skating Club results for Western Regional #5 in Burlington - February 16th, 2015


Alpha
  • Hannah MacDougall, 7th
Delta
  • Aaralyn McGill, 1st
Echo
  • Daria Vogt, 5th
  • Mary C, 9th
  • Georgia Schill, 10th
Foxtrot
  • Joshua Glos, 4th
  • Maddox Champagne, 6th
Golf
  • Scott Taylor, 1st
Hotel
  • Bradley C, 7th
  • Roslyn Schill, 10th
  • Tristan Dennison, 12th
India
  • Adrian Sapounzi, 12th
  • Roman Sapounzi, 15th



Posted: 20150213
CSSC Skaters @ the CWG 2015

Cambridge Speed Skating Club is proud to have 5 members represent Ontario at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC (www.canadagames2015.ca).

Tonight is the opening of the Canada Winter Games!

Representing Ontario and CSSC are:
Olivia Scott and Sam McEachran: Short Track
Sylvie Carruthers, Taylor White and Cameron Mason: Long Track. View Photo Gallery

The TV and webcast schedules can be found at http://us7.campaign-archive1.com. The opening ceremony is Friday, February 13th at 10PM.

Webcasting coverage of the Games will be featured at the Canada Games' brand new webcasting portal, www.canadagamestv.ca


400m GTO Oval on YouTubePosted: 20150201
Cambridge Speed Skaters enjoying some training on the 400m GTO oval.

A BIG thanks to Hannah and her family for providing the opportunity to create the only 400m oval in Southern Ontario.

400m GTO Oval - Night View
Watch the video on YouTube



Posted: 20150122
Long track skaters Sylvie Carruthers and Taylor White beat the odds.

Congratulations to the two of you for qualifying for the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C.

Realistically, the odds were against Sylvie Carruthers and Taylor White. Despite being high-ranking short track speed skaters when the Cambridge Speed Skating Club members switched to long track, the transition should have been a humbling experience.

Not that either lacked the talent to change disciplines, but full-on training in Cambridge is a nearly impossibility.

Carruthers and White have been forced to train on the short track at the Hespeler Arena for long track, which is far from an ideal arrangement. Continued...


Pins TestingPosted: 20141202
Pins Testing Night at CSSC

Pins Testing enables all the skaters to be able to set and achieve goals, whether or not they are competitive or recreational skaters! With the help of our great coaches, the pins program has been put back into action!

We'll have another test session(s) in March 2015.

Skaters are awarded their pins for their respective "Pin Level" at our AGM.


Posted: 20141110

Richard ShoebridgeSpeedskater is Cambridge Athlete of the Year

CAMBRIDGE - A speedskater who competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics, but not for Canada, is the Cambridge athlete of the year.

Richard Shoebridge received the honour Friday night at the annual Cambridge Sports Awards dinner at the Cambridge Holiday Inn.

Shoebridge, 29, was a member of the British short-track speed skating team at the Olympics in Sochi in February. He is from Cambridge but holds joint Canadian and British citizenship so was able to compete for Great Britain. He finished 27th in the 1,000 metre race.

Continued...


Cambridge Multi-Sport OvalPosted: 20141020 - THE TIME HAS COME

Cambridge Multi-Sport Oval

Presently the people of Cambridge are frustrated with the lack, size and age of the facilities available for sport and leisure within the City.

Organizations are forced to travel to communities outside of Cambridge to participate in the activities they enjoy.

Decades of fiscal restraint coupled with continuous growth has Cambridge in a prime position financially to offer the expansion of its facilities to include this Multi-Sport Oval facility.

Please visit: www.cambridgeoval.ca for more information on this exciting opportunity that could lead Cambridge and the Region of Waterloo to the centre stage of athletics in Southern Ontario!



Posted: 20140921 - Advertisement Opportunities

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