You gave speedskating a TRY and then you signed up to LEARN, now you are ready to fly! Find a speedskating club or organization near you!
Speedskating can be done on any lake or rink. You can skate on your own or participate as a direct member through GMSA ice sessions. However, if you’d like to be a part of a team, skate with an organized group or would like to train for competitions – a club may be the option for you!
Midway Speedskating– Midway Speedskating Club is the largest and oldest club in Greater Minnesota. Among their members are children as young as five years old and skaters who have competed in the Olympic Games. The club is based at the Roseville John Rose Oval, but does offer also offer skating at other Twin Cities ice rinks.
Rochester/Med City – Med City provides short track speed skating training and racing. Med City also participates in long track racing events. Contact them if you are in the Rochester area.
Contact: Med City email
Twin Cities Speedskating – Twin Cities Speedskating offers short track, long track and inline skating opportunities to skaters of all ages and skill levels. TCSS is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the lifelong enjoyment of speed skating. Two session trial skate is offered.
Roseville Novice Program – The Roseville Novice Speedskating Program is a non-profit, entry-level speed skating program through the Roseville Parks and Recreation Department. The program is open to all children ages 4-14 who would like to learn to speed skate, and participants come from all over the Greater Metro area.
Contact: Kevin Elm – Roseville Skating Center Programs Manager, 651-792-7007
Minnesota Women on the Edge -The goal of MN Women on the Edge is to promote the sport of speed skating to women in Minnesota.
Contact: Dorothy Bialke | Facebook