Advance Learn-to-Skate: Speed Skating

If you get an adrenaline rush from speed, Speed Skating is the right sport for you. This course will put you on the fast track to recreational or even competitive Short Track Speed Skating.

Advance Learn-to-Skate Speed Skating is suitable for adults and kids, aged 6-years old and above.

Group classes are split by age group, the ratio being 10 students to 1 coach. Lessons are conducted over five weekends, every Sunday. Skaters are required to complete Core Blades (Basic) Level 1 to 4 before they can sign up for speed skating.

Sunday

9.15am - 9.45am

For experienced skaters who wish to pursue competitive or recreational speed skating. Learn the basic position, continuous steps, basic glides and strokes, t-start and stop, and also learn about the equipment and the track.

Sunday

9.15am - 9.45am

For experienced skaters who wish to pursue competitive or recreational speed skating. Learn glides and glides on curve from forward skating start, crossovers, as well as how to fall safely.

Sunday

9.15am - 9.45am

For experienced skaters who wish to pursue competitive or recreational speed skating. Learn more advance moves such as tuck glide from basic position, 180-degree turn, two-foot slalom, straightaway push stroke, and forward sculling.

Sunday

9.15am - 9.45am

For experienced skaters who wish to pursue competitive or recreational speed skating. Learn the one-foot slalom, crossover weave, alternating leg glides, one-foot turn, recovery leg, strong skating stop, straight jump turn.

Sunday

9.15am - 9.45am

For experienced skaters who wish to pursue competitive or recreational speed skating. All your skills come together in this level, with speed drills and learn power moves to put you ahead on the track.

Sunday

9.15am - 9.45am

For experienced skaters who wish to pursue competitive or recreational speed skating. Get a proper understanding of the race start command and accelerating from the start, group skating around a track, passing and relay exchange.

You can sign up for the Competitive Stream of SISA Club Racing once you have completed your Advance Learn-to-Skate Speed Skating levels.

Please click here for online registration.

Current Intake Schedule:
(New schedule and online registration will be available after the 2nd lesson of the current intake.)

Advance Speed Schedule: November 2017

Advance Speed Level 1 to 6: $214/participant/level

30 minutes per lesson + practice (5 lessons).

Available for age 6 years and above. Fee inclusive of admission tickets and skate boots rental for all 5 lessons.

Requirement: Rental of speed skating boots is compulsory and will be charged at $5 per lesson; payable to Speed coaches

5 Lessons Sunday Lesson Time Remarks
1st Lesson 26 Nov Speed 1 – 6:
9.15am – 9.45am
2nd Lesson 3 Dec
3rd Lesson 10 Dec
4th Lesson 17 Dec
5th Lesson 24 Dec  Test Date

Ticket / Products sold are not refundable.
Terms and Conditions: All payments for Learn-to-Skate lessons must be made online at least 72 hours before the commencement of the lesson • All payments made are non-refundable • Change of session when course has commenced is not allowed • There will be no make-up lesson unless with valid medical certificate • In the event that you need to reschedule your block of lessons, please notify The Rink through email (info@therink.sg) at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, subject to availability and approval • Management reserves the right to cancel lessons without prior notice. ASSUMPTION OF RISKS: Ice skating and associated activities are classified as high risk sports. There are inherent and other risks involved in the sport of ice skating and injuries are a common occurrence of the sport. Skaters (including their guests and parents/ guardians) voluntarily participate in these activities with knowledge of the risks involved and agree to accept any and all responsibility for and risk of injury, demise, physical or mental illness, and harm, loss or damage to person or property (collectively, “Injury”) that may occasion from ice skating. Sport Singapore (formerly known as the Singapore Sports Council) and CapitaLand Retail Management Pte Ltd (as managing agent of The Rink) are not responsible for any Injury howsoever caused to any skater, customer or any other person present at The Rink (including any person below 6 years of age). All skaters, customers or any other person present at The Rink, JCube, remain solely responsible for their own safety at The Rink and shall comply with all safety rules and guidelines that may from time to time be applicable.

Upcoming Intake Schedule:
(New schedule and online registration will be available after the 2nd lesson of the current intake.)

Advance Speed Schedule: December 2017

Advance Speed Level 1 to 6: $214/participant/level

30 minutes per lesson + practice (5 lessons).

Available for age 6 years and above. Fee inclusive of admission tickets and skate boots rental for all 5 lessons.

Requirement: Rental of speed skating boots is compulsory and will be charged at $5 per lesson; payable to Speed coaches

5 Lessons Sunday Lesson Time Remarks
1st Lesson 31 Dec Speed 1 – 6:
9.15am – 9.45am
2nd Lesson 7 Jan
3rd Lesson 14 Jan
4th Lesson 21 Jan
5th Lesson 28 Jan  Test Date

Ticket / Products sold are not refundable.
Terms and Conditions: All payments for Learn-to-Skate lessons must be made online at least 72 hours before the commencement of the lesson • All payments made are non-refundable • Change of session when course has commenced is not allowed • There will be no make-up lesson unless with valid medical certificate • In the event that you need to reschedule your block of lessons, please notify The Rink through email (info@therink.sg) at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, subject to availability and approval • Management reserves the right to cancel lessons without prior notice. ASSUMPTION OF RISKS: Ice skating and associated activities are classified as high risk sports. There are inherent and other risks involved in the sport of ice skating and injuries are a common occurrence of the sport. Skaters (including their guests and parents/ guardians) voluntarily participate in these activities with knowledge of the risks involved and agree to accept any and all responsibility for and risk of injury, demise, physical or mental illness, and harm, loss or damage to person or property (collectively, “Injury”) that may occasion from ice skating. Sport Singapore (formerly known as the Singapore Sports Council) and CapitaLand Retail Management Pte Ltd (as managing agent of The Rink) are not responsible for any Injury howsoever caused to any skater, customer or any other person present at The Rink (including any person below 6 years of age). All skaters, customers or any other person present at The Rink, JCube, remain solely responsible for their own safety at The Rink and shall comply with all safety rules and guidelines that may from time to time be applicable.

Please click here for online registration.