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Due to the restrictions currently in New Brunswick as a result of the spike in Coronavirus cases, the One Day Meet in St. Croix as been rescheduled for February 19th.

Keep an eye on our SSNB Calendar as it is kept up to date with changes.

As the season gets underway with the first few competitions skated since February of 2020, we would like to share with everyone some information regarding competitions.

Throughout the season, skaters aged 11+ (female) or 12+ (male), can track their progress and ranking by visiting our NB Rankings and Entry Standards page. All skaters can also see their past results by visiting the 2021-2022 Competitions Results page and selecting the desired competition they would like to see.

Speed Skate New Brunswick regularly updates their Provincial Team Policy which outlines how skaters in New Brunswick are ranked, how they can get funded for select competitions, qualify to attend higher level competitions (such as those in Quebec or at a National level), and includes our Code of Conduct, Discipline Policy, Incident Report Form, and Appeals Policy.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Athletic Development/Coaching Committee has made a number of amendments to the Provincial Team Policy for the 2021-2022 speed skating season. Amendments include: how skaters can move from the 100m track to the 111m track, and how skaters are ranked and funded for the Canadian Youth Short Track Championships – East.

If you have any questions about the Provincial Team Policy, please feel free to contact our Provincial Coach, Jamie Beamish at

Good luck to everyone throughout the rest of their season!!

Where: Grant Harvey Centre, Fredericton, NB

After a year’s hiatus, the Fredericton Amateur Speed Skating Club is excited to once again welcome all skaters to the Harold Joyce Meet!

This will be an SSNB and SSC sanctioned meet.  The meet is open to all eligible skaters and will feature ability-based racing (i.e. mixed ages depending on speed) on the 100m and 111m tracks.

This year, in the interest of participant and attendee COVID safety and following Public Health guidelines, we are offering a modified meet format with racing broken down by age group per day:

  • Proof of vaccination and identity will be required to enter the facility and/or participate
  • Spectators will be limited to parents and siblings of a skater

Saturday November 27th

The skater must be Speed Skate Canada aged 13+* and eligible to skate on the 111m track.

  • Racing will be on the 111m track with 2 x 500m, 2 x 1500m, and 1 x 1000m
  • Racing will be between 12(noon) to 5 pm

Register here for Saturday November 27th (111m Track)

Sunday November 28th

The skater must be Speed Skate Canada aged 7+*.

  • Racing will be on the 100m track, with every skater racing five separate races, held between 8:30 am – 3:00 pm.

Register here for Sunday November 28th (100m Track)

*Wondering what your skaters’ Speed Skate Canada age is?  It is your skater’s age as of June 30, 2021.  Therefore, if you have a skater who turns / turned 13 after June 30, 2021, they would skate on Sunday.

The racing will take place on the Olympic sized ice surface at the Grant Harvey Centre located at 600 Knowledge Park Drive in Fredericton.  We hope to see you all there.


Thank you and see you on November 27th and 28th!

Any questions, please email FASSCI at

Host Hotel: Delta Hotels by Marriott Fredericton

225 Woodstock Rd, Fredericton, NB E3B 2H8

Phone – 1(800)268-1133 or (506)457-7000

If booking by phone, mention “Harold Joyce Meet”; If booking online use link and use code “SKA”

Double Queens and Kings w/Sofa Beds $129/night.  Includes complimentary parking and 50% off Breakfast voucher at the restaurant.

Group rate held until November 18, 2021.

The SSNB calendar has been updated to include the tentative dates for competitions held over the 2021-2022 speed skating season! Please check the calendar regularly as competitions may be added or modified throughout the season.

SSNB Calendar Link