Speed Skate New Brunswick Posts

November 8 and 9, 2014

Atlantic Cup 2014 Promo Video

The 2014 /15 racing season starts with the 2014 Atlantic Cup in Charlottetown at the Eastlink Centre (formerly named the Charlottetown Civic Centre) on November 8 and 9! 

We are following the format for abilities meets as adopted last season, with skating on the 85, 100 and 111 metre tracks. We expect the 2014 Atlantic Cup will be an exciting event for skaters and their families. We want you to be part of it.

The host hotel is the Best Western Charlottetown who are offering a very reasonable rate, $95.00 per night with hot breakfast included. Be sure to mention you are with the Atlantic Cup.

The skater registration form and the club summary sheet are attached.  As a registration incentive, each club having 10 or more registered skaters will have a draw during the competition for a Confederation bridge or NFL ferry pass for one of their skaters.  One winner from each eligible club!

For everyone’s information, here are the various competition deadlines for the Atlantic Cup:

Requirements

Due to

Deadline

Club Summary Registration Form

Meet Registrar

Wed. Oct. 29 (8 pm),10 days prior to the first day of the meet

Last Day to withdraw a skater without registration fees incurred  

Meet Registrar & Chief Recorder

Mon. Nov. 3 (8 am), 5 days prior to the first day of the meet

Preliminary Division List

Head Coaches

Mon., Nov. 3 (9 am), 5 days prior to the first day of the meet

Coaches Deadline 
(to raise any issues regarding preliminary meet seeding)   

Chief Recorder

Tues., Nov. 4 (8 pm), 4 days prior to the first day of the meet

Meet Divisions Posted on the SSPEI website

SSPEI / SSNB webmaster

Thurs., Nov. 6 – 2 days prior to the first day of the meet

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AC SKATER REGISTRATION FORM 2014

Host-Hotel-Flyer

Saint John Amateur Speed Skating Club
hosts
FUNdamentals Meet
Saturday, November 1, 2014 10:00-4:00,
Charles Gorman Arena, 80 University Avenue, Saint John
This is a great competition for new and beginner skaters to get some racing experience in a fun environment . The Saint John club has been doing this competition for 4 years and have always cone and excellent job in educating the skaters on how a competition works. 
FOR Club Registars – club_summary
 The Summit will provide community leaders, program developers, educators and coaches with the quality tools and practical knowledge necessary to implement or improve physical literacy programming across New Brunswick. Experts such as Dr. Dean Kriellaars, Sylvie Belliveau and Philip Hochman have already been confirmed as keynote speakers.
 
The summit will be held in Fredericton, NB at the Delta on October 17th and  18th.   Early registration is 75$ and ends October 1st.
 
Further information can be found at http://www.nbphysicalliteracy.ca/