Short Track Hits Perth

The 20th of February 2011 saw the return of short track speed skating in Western Australia after a 12 year hiatus.

Based at the Xtreme Ice Arena in Mirrabooka, the WAISSA and the Western Flames Ice Racing Club recommenced training on Sunday mornings at 8:45am.

The cost of training is $15 for each skater.

The WAISSA has a limited number speed skates available for use during the speed skating training sessions. These are available on a first come, first served basis.

Coaching is provided free of charge and the first session is free to try!

For more information, check the ‘Contact’ page above.

About Frank A.

An Australian masters speed skater whose passion for ice sports can not be dulled! Join the ride through the Master years with me.
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One Response to Short Track Hits Perth

  1. Harriet says:

    Good Evening

    My name is Harriet Inwood. I come from a family of skaters and family olympic skaters. I am looking to come down and get back on the ice . I am from new zealand im 20 and have represented nz in australia many times with gold and silver and bronze medals trophys and certificates. I would really love to hear from you.

    Kindest Regards

    Harriet Inwood

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