BC Cups + Championships

BC CUP LEADERBOARD




L2T FEMALE 400m 8-11 - no results found
L2T FEMALE 1200m 8-11 - no results found
L2T MALE 400m 9-12 - no results found
L2T MALE 1200m 9-12 - no results found
T2T FEMALE 400m (ST) 11-14 - no results found
T2T FEMALE 1500m (ST) 11-14 - no results found
T2T FEMALE 500m (LT) 11-14 - no results found
T2T MALE 400m (ST) 12-15 - no results found
T2T MALE 1500m (ST) 12-15 - no results found
T2T MALE 500m (LT) 12-15 - no results found
JUNIOR FEMALE 500m (ST) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR FEMALE 1500m (ST) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR FEMALE 500m (LT) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR FEMALE 1500m (LT) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR MALE 500m (ST) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR MALE 1500m (ST) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR MALE 500m (LT) 15-18 - no results found
JUNIOR MALE 1500m (LT) 15-18 - no results found

BC SPEED SKATING funale

SHORT TRACK + Long track

The ST FUNale meets are the end of season celebration for Regional Stream skaters and Provincial Stream skaters who will not be attending BC Short Track Championships.  Skaters are encouraged to participate in their local FUNale and will earn points towards their club’s ranking for BCSSA Awards when participating in their local event.  Skaters may compete in FUNales outside of their home region, but will not earn points for their club. The intention of dividing the province into five regions is to limit the travel time for younger skaters and their families, and to build the speed skating community locally.

BC Cup SHORT TRACK

day 1 - Racing

  • BC Cup Short Track will form part of the qualification process to the BC Short Track Championships.
  • BC Cups target L2T and T2T skaters. Where facilities allow, a Junior/Senior group will also be featured.
  • BC Cup skaters will race distances/events that are consistent with the respective provincial championship and, where appropriate, age-class national championship. Not all distances/events will be raced at each BC Cup.
  • The registration fee for BC Cup registration will be all-inclusive for the weekend of RACING + ACADEMY.
  • The BC Cup competitions are open to all L2T, T2T, Junior and Senior skaters who are registered as Competitive or Elite members of BC Speed Skating. Skaters will compete for final Cup Points in the following award categories (as determined by the critical date of June 30, 2020):
    • L2T-B female (8-9), L2T-A female (10-11), L2T-B male (9-10), L2T-A male (11-12) 
    • F11, F12, F13, F14, M12, M13, M14, M15 
    • Junior: ages 14-18 (male, female) 
    • Senior: ages 19-29 (male, female)
  • BC Cup Points will be awarded to each award category (as defined above) at the BC Cup Short Track competitions, regardless of combination or splitting of skating groups.
 
 

day 2 - ACADEMY

  • Academy training for racers may include one-ice sessions, dryland, testing, strength and conditioning, and education.  
  • Academy Sunday also includes learning opportunities for coaches, officials, parents, and club administrators. These opportunities will allow for learning, networking and sharing of best practices.

BC SPEED SKATING Championships

SHORT TRACK

The British Columbia Short Track (BCST) Championships are held March.

A Sport Jury is created for the duration of the event. The Sport Jury is comprised of the Chief Referee, the Recorder, the Technical Director (or designate) and a representative of the Athlete Development Committee.

All format changes proposed during the event must be approved by the Sport Jury. The BCST is the qualifier for Team BCSSA at Canada West Short Track Championships.

Eligibility and seeding for BCST is open to Learn to Train (L2T) and older skaters.  L2T and T2T skaters qualify primarily based on results from BC Cup ST points.  Note that the best chance for qualification to BCST is by accumulating BC Cup Points from both BC Cup ST events.  The next best chance is to accumulate Cup Points from one BC Cup ST event.  Finally, skaters may also qualify based on time.

LONG TRACK

The British Columbia Long Track (BCLT) Championship are held in January. A Sport Jury will be created for the duration of the event. The Sport Jury is comprised of the Chief Referee, the Recorder, the Technical Director (or designate) and a representative of the Athlete Development Committee.  All format changes proposed during the event must be approved by the Sport Jury.  The event is the qualifier for Team BCSSA at Canadian Youth Long Track.

Eligibility for BCLT is open to all short track and long track skaters.  Seeding may be based on long track and/or short track times.