- Female Skater of the Year – Candy Wong
- Male Skater of the Year – Peter Doucet/ Morgan Williams
- Rookie of the Year – Yana Kuznetsova
- Rusty Bearing Award – Alain Quintard
- Most improved – Reno Thompson
Thank you for all your requests about summer dryland training and inline skating practice. Now that summer holidays is upon us it is time to prepare skaters for Autumn ice practice. Last year’s location provided an excellent venue for dryland drills and track skating. We will once again hold Saturday morning practice at 9am – 10:30am at Bramalea secondary school, starting Saturday July 7 to Saturday August 25. Please see the following equipemt to bring:
Bramalea secondary school
510 Balmoral Drive, Brampton, Ontario, ON L6T 1W4
(Track is behind the school)
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to start of practice so we can start on time.
Contact me if there are any questions. See you at the track.
Brampton Ontario Speed Skating
Today’s TISC practice & program is cancelled due to rain & wet track conditions. Hopefully see you Monday in good weather.
Learn to Skate semi private lessons and Youth open track time are at 6pm and you must contact us to take part in lessons at $30 per person. Regular racing and fitness program warm up is at 6:50pm.
The track is wet and snowy, so tonight’s skating and program is cancelled. Some skaters will opt to meet at 6pm at Max Ward for a road skate. Click here for details and information plus location for skating at Max Ward.
Tonight’s program & skate is cancelled due to the ice and snow making track conditions wet and unusable for skating.
The 200-meter track at Christ the King/ Holy Trinity (Brown’s Line and Lake Shore next to the No Fills & Shopper’s Drug Mart) is covered with puddles. Tonight’s practice at that location is cancelled.
Some skaters will gather for a road skate at the famed Max Ward loop near Eglinton and Dixie. Skaters are invited to meet at 6pm at Max Ward Park located at 2380 Matheson Blvd E, Mississauga, ON L4W 5G9.
The route is about 4km long, stretching West along Matheson and then a right turn to proceed East along Explorer Drive back to Matheson. There is a marked bike lane along Explorer Drive but Matheson Blvd. features two lanes of live traffic with low traffic volume. Skaters concerned with skating in live traffic lanes can do a u-turn to remain on Explorer or can skate on the side-walk along Matheson.
If you are running late, you’ll easily be able to find skaters rolling along this loop. We anticipate a roll out at about 6:15pm after everyone has had the chance to greet each other, change into their gear, and lace up their skates.
All skaters are expected to respect the rules of the road and are encourage to use lights to increase visibility. Whether skating on the road or sidewalks, please keep safety as a top priority by watching for fissures and cracks in the road, paying attention to vehicles exiting driveways, and regularly looking back to observe traffic. Use of helmet and wrist/ palm protection is mandatory for all who skate in the group, and all are expected to be registered with the Toronto Inline Skating Club.
You can now register for 2018 season. In order to be allowed to skate, you must complete the form, waiver, registration with Roller Sports Canada, and payment.