Duluth Speedskating Club- The Duluth Area Speedskating Club has served the Duluth-Superior region for many years bringing the fun of long track speedskating to all ages of skaters.
Midway Speedskating- The 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 mostly based out of Roseville, Minnesota.
Midwest Skate Club- The Midwest Skate Club focuses on all levels of ability and interest from inline skating to ice speedskating. This club also welcomes skaters of all ages. Started in the spring of 2009, Midwest Skate Club is the newest inline and speedksating club in the Twin Cities. Midwest Skate Clubs goal is to increase the visibility of inline and speedskating in the community and to increase the number of skaters at local inline and speedskating events, as well as promote a fun, social environment for all skaters.
Pioneer Speedskating Club of Bemidji- The Pioneer Speedskating Club is a short-track club located in Bemidji, Minnesota. Coached by 1994 Olympian Chantal Cermak, this club provides an opportunity to learn about speedskating regardless of age. The Pioneer Speedskating Club has hosted the 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 US National Speedskating Marathon on Lake Bemidji.
Chantal Cermak, 218-656-0528
Facebook or TwitterPlymouth/Wayzata Speedskating- The Plymouth Wayzata Speedskating (PWSS) offers the opportunity to learn the sport, increase physical activity, and enhance self-esteem in a consistent, positive atmosphere in which skaters support and respect each other.
PWSS is dedicated to promoting the lifelong enjoyment of speedskating. Our mission is to create – for our members of all ages and skill levels – opportunities to skate for a sense of accomplishment and teamwork.
Powderhorn Speedskating Club- The Powderhorn Speedskating Club is a friendly group of adults (typically 18+) who enjoy speedskating in all it’s forms, from recreational to marathons to pack and metric racing. Members’ ages range to 60+. Practices are on GMSA-rented ice at the Guidant John Rose Oval, and club members attend competitions both locally and national. The group is self-coached by fellow team-members.
Mary O’Donnell, 612-827-1425
Roseville Novice Program- The Roseville Novice Speedskating Program is a non-profit, entry-level speedskating program through the Roseville Parks and Recreation Department.
Much of the program is sponsored, organized, coached and run by the Midway Speedskating Club of the Twin Cities. 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.
Cyndi Vehe -Program Coordinator, 612-803-4609 (cell) or 651-636-6275 (home)
Kevin Elm – Roseville Skating Center Programs Manager, 651-792-7007