Red Deer Central Lions Speed Skating Club
|Posted by RDSpeedskating on October 11, 2019 at 7:00 PM|
There will be a flurry of emails that come through your inbox; please take the time to read them before you hit delete. We try to put "Speed Skating" at the front of each subject line.
All emails will come from [email protected] with the exception of targetted emails sent by Nick as Head Coach.
Sometimes a message goes to all members, sometimes to select groups (e.g., a training group). If an email comes to you, please read it through!
Emails will likely come out ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by RDSpeedskating on October 17, 2017 at 9:55 PM|
Heat Molding Speed Skates
If your new skates aren't fitting quite right, you can heat mold them! Heat molding speed skates can help them fit your individual foot and reduce blisters. If you have a blister, follow regular care such as blister pads to protect and cushion while skating.
What follows are instructions for how to heat mold your speed skates at home. If you need any help, please email us: [email protected]
- Preheat your oven ...
|Posted by RDSpeedskating on October 17, 2017 at 9:45 PM|
Practice Protocols and Mat Set-up Info for a successful practice!
Skaters can't hit the ice until the mats hit the walls! Our skate time starts at 5:45pm but the mats have to go up first. All Group 1 Parents are needed to help set-up the mats before Group 1 can skate. Group 2 parents help take the mats down at the end of the night. As soon as the ice resurfacer is off, we go on with the mats! Get ready and check out the Diagram so you are ready to go for Oct...Read Full Post »
|Posted by RDSpeedskating on September 17, 2017 at 10:05 PM|
We invite all Master Skaters in Red Deer to join us for Skating with Group 2. Email [email protected] for more information.
|Posted by RDSpeedskating on August 12, 2016 at 9:30 AM|
Congratulations to Maddison Pearman, Long Track National Development Team Member for 2016-2017!
Club member, Maddison Pearman (of Ponoka), has been named to the Long Track National Development Team for 2016-2017! We are so proud of Maddison and her hard work to reach this level.
For more, see Speed Skating Canada's news release:Read Full Post »
|Posted by RDSpeedSkating on February 26, 2014 at 7:45 PM|
Red Deer Speed Skaters at the Alberta Winter Games
February 6-9, 2014
The Red Deer Central Lions Speed Skating Club sent nine skaters and two alternates as part of the zone 4 Alberta Winter Games Team. It was chilly on the Pond in Canmore but Red Deer skaters are used to the cold and it didn’t stop them from doing their best!