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A condition of entry is that all skaters skate at their own risk.

With ice skating, skaters may fall over from time to time. Whilst most falls are harmless, there is always the possibility, as with any sport, that a fall may result in an injury. Skaters should wear protective helmets (which are available or bring their own cycling helmet). Skaters are also encouraged to wear Roller Blading elbow, knee pads and wrist guards to minimize injury.

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