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The OSSA Women and Girls' Speed Skating Camp is taking place on June 12-13, 2021. Participants from all across Canada are welcome to join in the conversation as we work to build a more inclusive environment for women and girls in speed skating!


Camp will run on the afternoons of June 12-13, 2021 from 12pm-5pm ET.

All speed skating women and girls aged 8-22 in Canada are eligible for this camp.

Camp fee: $20.00 + Ontario HST ($22.60)

Register HERE.


OSSA Women and Girls' Speed Skating Camp is supported by the Women & Sport WISE Fund.


We are excited to announce that Spring OSSA Virtual Training is resuming!


OSSA Virtual Dryland will start on Saturday May 8, 2021, with a new time: 10am Eastern Time. Ryan and Sean McAnuff will continue to lead our skaters through a sport-specific dryland program. Meet Ryan and Sean here:


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We are adding an OSSA General Strength and Mobility Session on Mondays at 7:30pm, starting on Monday May 10, 2021. This session will be led by Naime Tugac, Registered Kinesiologist. Her sessions will focus on general strength and mobility to complement your speed skating-specific workouts. Meet Naime here:

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Any OSSA skating member who has permission from their club coach can attend these sessions.


Register HERE to join! Even if you have participated in previous OSSA Virtual Dryland sessions, please register again.

Thank you to the Canadian Red Cross Society, together with the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund, who supported Ontario Speed Skating as a non-profit that provides direct services to those who are vulnerable to the health, social and economic impacts of COVID-19. With this generous funding, Ontario Speed Skating was able to offer weekly Virtual Dryland sessions and 3-layer cloth masks to all skating and coaching members of the Association. Weekly Virtual Dryland was offered throughout the summer of 2020 to keep our members active and engaged throughout the lockdown, and OSSA-branded masks were delivered to each club by early 2021 to support return to sport activity.


Thank you to the Canadian Red Cross for funding our initiatives to return to safe and meaningful participation in speed skating during COVID-19.