If you have tried ice skating and you enjoy the thrill of going fast, then they olympic sport of Short Track Speed Skating may be just what you are looking for. Learn to skate fast confidently and develop agility, co-ordination, strength and stamina through fun games, relays, racing and obstacle courses.
Dress warmly and bring gloves, socks, long pants and jumper. Bring a helmet if you have one. You can wear our regular hire skates or we have a supply of speed skates (the really long blades!!) you can try when you are ready.
Remember you can use your active kids vouchers for this class (only $44 with Active Kids Voucher).
1 x 45min class at designated time each week
Free rental equipment including speed skates and helmet.
Want to come Monday and Saturday? Get a discounted rate on the second class ($123) for the term.
If you are already participating in a Learn to Skate Class, then you can purchase a Learn to Skate - Ice Sports Combo for $308, which includes your regular lesson, one practice and one speed school class each week (as well as unlimited public sessions during the term).
Skaters may come for a casual Speed School class for $18 per session.
This can be done either at the rink in person or over the phone. The rink has adopted a cashless environment so all payments including in the canteen will be with card only.
If you have an Active Kids voucher you may use that for a Speed School Term. Bring your voucher in when paying for the term to be redeemed.
If you are just coming casually to Speed School you will need to fill out a registration form (on your first visit).
Our registration form for new skaters can be found here.
For returning skaters please click here to download registration form.
19th July - 19th September
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Skaters may pay for the term upfront at a discounted rate, or join classes casually.
COIR SKATE SCHOOL TERMS & CONDITIONS
During this time remember that we can all contribute to creating a COVID-Safe environment by doing the following:
Maintain 1.5m distancing wherever possible.
Practice good hygiene (wash/sanitise hands thoroughly and often)
Stay home if unwell and seek medical advice
As your skills improve, you could take the next step and join our in-house club, the Sydney Arrows Ice Racing Club, Australia's most successful short track club. Please visit www.sydneyarrows.com for more information.