The TBN Monthly Marathon was held yesterday at Hamilton Beach in Burlington. The weather was beautiful as a dozen skaters took to the lake-front trail in Burlington.
Read more & view photos here; Report- TBN’s Hamilton Beach Monthly Marathon.
Photo from Peter Doucet/ SpeedSkateWorld.com
Toronto’s Herb Gayle finished 3rd overall in the Baxter Inline Marathon.
It was a beautiful morning and a great day for racing in Baxter. Thanks to Terry and Jeanne Holm for putting on a great race, as usual.
Herb Gayle- extreme right in green & white- in the finish for 3rd- photo by Andy Uttke, shared by InlineSkateMpls
Earlier today, the RSO Outdoor Series made its second stop of the year in Toronto.
The race was held at the venue that will play host to the upcoming Canadian Championships in early July. Click here for results & pictures.
The series’ next race is scheduled for July in Ottawa. Dates will be announced soon.
500-meters- Left to right: Nick Pelych, Shannon Ford Smith, Amanda Tickner, and David Rudniski- photo by Peter Doucet/ SpeedSkateWorld.com
The 54th World Roller Figure Skating Chamionships are set to take place in Freiburg, Germany. The competition will begin on November 10th and close on the 21st.
Maintient du Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve pour l’entraînement des cyclistes / Keep Gilles-Villeneuve Circuit for Cyclist Track–
We, the undersigned, oppose the new devices installed on the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit to restrict the speed of cyclists. The Gilles-Villeneuve circuit is the only place in Montreal where competitive cyclists can train. This decision hinders the development of local athletes in cycling and in triathlon. Furthermore, this decision jeopardises the safety of road users and of these athletes because it forces them to relocate their training to busier roads or bike paths that are used by leisure cyclists.
Breanna Pratt recently competed in a Roller Figure Skating Competition in Waterford, Michigan, where she achieved two first place finishes! The first one was in Juvenile B Figures. The second was in the Juvenile B Freestyle. Sincere congratulations to Breanna for a job well done!
Winnipeg’s Randy Plett was recently injured in a mountain biking accident. He suffered a broken neck (C 6 & 7). Thankfully he is expected to make a full recovery. He underwent surgery and is now in recovery.
Roller Sports Canada and the entire Canadian roller community would like to extend to Randy best wishes for a prompt recovery.
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Randy Plett- photo by Herb Gayle, shared by InlineSkateMpls