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                                                                                         Welcome to the RSSC Website

The RSSC website can provide you with all of the information about speed skating in Regina and area.  Whether you are a parent with a young skater who might be interested in giving speed skating a try, a returning skater/family ready for another exciting year in the club or someone who simply wants to cheer our skaters on we hope this site will provide you with the information you need.  If you have any questions about speed skating and you cannot locate the answer on the website, please click the CONTACT button below to easily send us your question.  We are happy to help. 

FACT:  Regina's Speed Skating Club has a VERY impressive track record of success -  RSSC associated skaters have participated in the last 8 Winter Olympic Games as part of Canada's Speed Skating Team!  

We practice at the Jack Staples Arena located at 444 N Broad Street. Our schedule for all groups is Tuesdays and Thursdays - Roadrunners (younger skaters) on ice at 7 pm and Cheetahs (older skaters) on ice at 8 pm.  Cheetahs also practice on Sundays from 6 pm to 8 pm.  We move outdoors to the Long Track Oval at Mount Pleasant Park from December to February and then back indoors for a month until the whole skating season wraps up entirely in March.


 The Regina Speed Skating Club will be offering a weekly learn to skate program from September 12 to October 4.

All levels of skaters welcome.  No experience necessary.

Learn To Skate Registration Now Open



Parent Meeting September 29

Check your email for zoom meeting information.

2020-21 Season Begins October 1

First practice will be Thursday Oct. 1 at Staples Arena.

RSSC 2020-21 COVID Guidelines and Preliminary Schedule.pdf

RSSC 2020-2021 Skater Registration  

Registration now open.

Skater Registration

SASSA Waiver Form.pdf

Interested in joining our club?  We would LOVE to have you, regardless of your skating ability.   



RSSC will be complying with SHA, SSC and SASSA guidelines.  Click on the links below for documentation regarding return to sport.

SASSA Return to Sport Protocol.pdf

SSC Competition Guidlines.pdf


Dryland training will take place on Mondays at 6:00 pm at Westhill Park.  Remember to bring your water bottle and exercise band. 


SASSA will be supplying one of these great looking masks to each SK registered skater this season.  The masks will be distributed once they are available and are free of charge.  One per skater.

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