Speed Skating

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KW Cobras — sport of champions

The KW Cobras wrapped up their 2016-2017 speed skating season with fanfare! The club sent 18 athletes to provincial and national level meets, almost a club record and a number that has not been matched…
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Trainer Johnathan Abbott keeps the Cobras in Mint Conditioning all season

Johnathan Abbott was always athletic and loved to compete. These traits continue to serve him well in his personal training role as owner/operator of Mint Conditioning in Kitchener. Johnathan started up Mint Conditioning in Kitchener…
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Ten reasons we love speed skating – and you will too!

People love speed skating for different reasons. Here are just a few reasons to try it out with us. 1. Family members can join the club and spend time together. 2. It’s a great workout….
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Ontario’s best speed skaters coming to compete at RIM Park

Speed skating is a great sport for people of all ages and levels of ability, and racing on skates is exciting for both competitors and spectators alike. On October 15 and 16, the KW Sertoma…
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Speed skating — the fastest sport!

Without the advantage of wheels or gravity, speed skating is the fastest sport that relies solely on human propulsion. If you love speed, or are looking for an excellent physical fitness activity, speed skating is…
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International Children’s Games thanks its sponsors

After more than a year of training, preparation and fund-raising, eight speed skaters from the Kitchener-Waterloo Sertoma Speed Skating Club and five figure skaters from the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club departed from RIM Park on January…
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KW Sertoma Speed Skating Club hosts Ontario’s best

“Go fast and turn left,” is the slogan for one of the world’s fastest human-propelled sports and, on the March 5/6 weekend, approximately 130 skaters each made 200 left turns and covered between 9,000 to…
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