WELCOME TO THE RICHMOND OLYMPIC OVAL

Home to the Canadian Olympic Long Track team during the Vancouver 2010 Games, the Richmond Olympic Oval is dedicated to continuing its Olympic legacy. Our world-class facility hosts a variety of speed skating programs for all ages and abilities.

Dedicated to providing speed skating programs for those who want to try it for the first time, those looking to develop their skill and those seeking to one day wear the maple leaf on the international stage.


Summer Camps 2019 Schedule

Camp Details Dates Day Time Price # of Days Registration Link
Club Development Camp Jul 8 – 12 Mon-Fri 8:30AM – 4:30PM $450 5 Register
Talent Development Camp  Jul 22- Jul 26 Mon-Fri 8:30AM – 4:30PM $450 5 Register
Stage 2 Camp  Aug 26 – Aug 29 Mon-Thur 10:00AM – 4:00PM $300 4 Register

Club Development Camp is an open development opportunity for club speed skaters 9-14 years old who are currently competing at the local or regional level. The goal is to provide development opportunities for Learning to Train (L2T) and Training to Train (T2T) skaters who wish to maximize their skating potential. Camp will include dryland, strength & condition, ice sessions and integrated services sessions (nutrition, yoga and sports psychology) tailored to the specific age and ability range. On ice sessions will be held on short track ice.

Talent Development Camp is an opportunity for top junior skaters from Western Canada to train together under a high-performance program. Skater participation is based on performance at national and regional level events, National Qualifiers and the Western Elite Circuit. The goal of the camp is to provide on and off ice guidance and instruction that will positively impact the athletes’ transition into provincial and national development team status.

Stage 2 Performance Camp is a high-performance training opportunity for top skaters who aspire to compete for BC at a the BC Winter Games or Junior Canadian Championships. Skater participation is based on commitment to improving competitive performance. The goal of the camp is to provide on and off ice guidance and instruction that will positively impact the athletes’ transition into provincial team status. Camp days will include dryland, strength & condition, ice sessions and integrated services sessions (nutrition, yoga and sports psychology) tailored to the specific age and ability range. On ice sessions will be held on short track ice.


Should you have any questions about any speed skating programs, please contact Nicole Garrido directly: email or phone 604.809.1668