|Track Size||Short or Long Track||Gender||Link to pdf|
|100m||Short track||Male & Female||2016-2017 Male 111.12m NB records (updated 2017-03-27)
2016-17 100m NB records - updated 2017-03-27
|111.12m||Short Track||Male||2016-2017 Male 111.12m NB records (updated 2017-03-27)|
|111.12m||Short Track||Female||2016-17 Female 111 12 NB Records (Feb 2017)|
|111.12m||Short Track||Male & Female Relays||2015 02 23 NB Records Relays|
|111.12m||Short Track||Male & Female Special Olympics||2015-16 Special Olympics NB Records|
|Long Track||Male & Female||2016 02 Long Track NB Records|
|111.12m||Short Track||Archived Records - Male||NB Records Male Archived|
|111.12m||Short Track||Archived Records - Female||NB Records Female Archived|
Standards – Quebec Competitions:SSNB will not be contacting skaters to tell them they qualified. It will be your responsibility to notify Peter Steele – a minimum of twelve days prior to the event you wish to attend. Contact the above e-mail if you need assistance in figuring out your combined times.
- AGE Eligibility Change for 2012 – 2013 Season – Age classification for FPVQ Provincial Circuit is females 14 and older and Males 15 years and older
- If you are interested in attending FPVQ Provincial Circuit you will need both a 400M and a 1500M time from the 100 M track.
- The standard for track movement from the 100m to 111.12m track is 204 seconds. This time is a combination of the skaters best 400m time plus their best 1500m time from the current season. Once a skater achieves the combined time of 204 seconds, the skater may choose to skate on either the 100m track or the 111.12m track. The skaters must indicate which track they wish to compete on at the time of registration for any given competition.
Example: 400m time of 41 sec + 1500m time of 2:43 (163 sec) = 204 seconds