Registration for the 2022/23 Season NOW OPEN!
4-Week Learn to Skate Program (Oct 4-Nov 1)
Speed Skate Programs – All skill levels (Oct 4-Mar 23)
PROGRAMS START OCTOBER 4th, 2022
NO CLASS OCTOBER 6th
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Once in the ICEREG system – scroll to below our logo and click on the REGISTER button.
PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW BEFORE REGISTERING
Email us if you have any questions about the registration process – firstname.lastname@example.org
Winnipeg Central Speed Skating Club
2022/23 Fee Schedule
DETAILS ON EACH FEE ARE EXPLAINED BELOW CHART
|SSM Fee||SSC Fee||
|Learn to Skate (4-week program) 2 x week – Tuesdays & Thursdays Ages 4 to 17 yrs||
|Recreational 1 1 x week – Tuesdays or Thursdays Ages 4 to 17 yrs||
|Recreational 2 2 x week – Tuesdays & Thursdays Ages 4 to 17 yrs||
|Competitive 1 (Provincial Meets) 1 x week – Tuesday or Thursdays Ages 4 to 17 yrs||
|Competitive 2 (Provincial Meets) 2 x week – Tuesday & Thursdays Ages 4 to 17 yrs||
|Elite (Provincial/National Meets) 2 x week – Mondays & Thursdays Ages 13 to 17 yrs||
- WCSSC: Winnipeg Central Speed Skating Club
- SSM: Speed Skating Manitoba
- SSC: Speed Skating Canada
- Out-of-City Skater Category: WCSSC graduated skaters who will participate in provincial, national and international events. $80 SSM elite membership + $65 SSC elite membership are required for registration.
- Additional IceReg processing fees will be applied at online registration check-out of approximately 4%.
COMPETITIVE: club + provincial competitions level events (excluding national events)
ELITE: club, provincial, national, and international events.
ASSOCIATE: Each family must have one parent/guardian register as an associate member. Each parent volunteer must also register as an associate member for insurance purposes.
New to our club? Please email us at email@example.com and we will recommend a group for your skater(s).
Payment for all registrations and skate rentals is done online with a credit card and is subject to a service fee of approximately 4%.
BEFORE YOU REGISTER! You will need to decide:
- If you want to skate once or twice a week, and
- If you want your skater to be able to compete in Speed Skating Manitoba provincial competitions. These competitions are suitable for all skater levels, and are a fun way to see skaters progress! All of the ‘Manitoba Cup’ events are suitable for all ages and levels.
- Recreational: Recreational skaters attend practices but cannot compete in competitions. It is your choice if you want to be a Recreational or Competitive skater. There are several meets (races) each season run by Speed Skating Manitoba that is appropriate for ALL skaters (even beginners). If you start the season as a Recreational Skater and change your mind mid-way through the season, you can change to the Competitive category, but the difference in fees would not be pro-rated.
- Competitive: Competitive skaters pay extra fees to Speed Skating Manitoba and Speed Skating Canada to cover the insurance needed for them to be able to skate in the provincial and national competitions. If you register for a meet, there will be an additional fee for each meet as well. Registration in meets is through Speed Skating Manitoba.
- Elite: Elite skaters are very experienced skaters and will likely qualify for and attend national meets.
Our Club Groups:Our ability levels are called: Group 1, Group 2 & Group 3. Most skaters start in group 1 and are assessed by our coaches on the appropriate grouping for the skater. IMPORTANT: If you don’t know which group to register your skater in, select Group 1, and coaches will access your skater on the first day of the program.
- Training Group 1 is beginning and early development skaters. They focus on learning techniques in a fun environment so that they will develop a love for the sport in any type of skate.
- Training Group 2 is for skaters who are developing good technique, and can skate safely in a group at higher speeds in speed skates.
- Training Group 3 is for skaters typically aged 12+ who also have very good technique and good control at fast speeds in speed skates.
- 1x/week recreational (cannot enter meet competitions)
- 2x/week recreational (cannot enter meet competitions)
- 1x/week competitive (can enter meet competitions)
- 2x/week competitive (can enter meet competitions)