MS Run & Roll Half Marathon is taking place in Thunder Bay, Ontario on July 19th. Registration is now open.
Click here to download the schedule of events for this weekend’s Roller Sports Ontario Outdoor Speed Championships.
The Ottawa Inline Skating Club was recently featured on local radio show In Town and Out.
Read about the interview here; In Town and Out Interview.
You can download the podcast interview here: http://cbc.ca/ottawa/media/audio/intownandout/20090515Fit.ram
Hey, local radio program In Town and Out:
http://www.cbc.ca/intownandout/fitatfifty.html (May 16th Ottawa Inline Skating Club)
Dd a great interview with our skating club. The Podcast is here:
Its a good listen, and worth sharing with your friends who are on the fence about getting into skating.
Last weekend, 200 skaters took part in the Marathon de Montreal. The day’s racing included 42km, 21km, and 8km races. The marathon was part of the NROC series.
The race was held in cold & windy conditions.
Mississauga’s Peter Doucet & Morgane Echardour were victorious in the men’s & women’s marathon.
1- Morgane Echardour
2- Sarah Hopkins
3- Sophia Buckaloo
1- Peter Doucet
2- William Bowen
3- Sergio Almeralla
1- Guillaume Alary
2- Philippe Clement
3- Youri Juteau
1- Marie-Eve Leblanc
2- Catherine Methot
3- Annick Forgues
Make sure you check the results & pictures page for reports, pictures, and videos.
Photo by Marc-Antoine L. Dorais
42km winner Peter Doucet- photo by Mihai Ghita
Women’s winner, Morgane Echardour, tucked in 3rd place- photo by Mihai Ghita
Click here to download Montreal’s ‘Le Taz’ schedule from May to September. The Taz is Canada’s newest indoor skate park featuring a 200-meter indoor track with integrated electronic timing.
The 2009 World Inline Downhill Championships will take place in Padova, Italy July 31st & August 1st. Click here to download an information document.
I have pleasure in communicating you that the 10th World Inline Downhill Championship is scheduled in Teolo ( Padova), Italy on August 1, 2009.
The 2009 Outdoor RSO Series kicked off its season in Toronto today.
The race saw skaters compete in 1500-meter time trial, 500-meter sprint, and a 10km race at the venue that will be used at the upcoming Outdoor Canadian Championships in early July.
The 400-meter track at Father Redmond school features wide corners and very smooth surface. Skaters encountered windy & cold conditions.
10km race- photo by Robert Chan