The International Skating Union (ISU) has confirmed the cancellation of the Junior Speed Skating World Cup competition in Minsk.
Four International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Cup events and two Short Track World Cup competitions have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Six-time Olympic champion Viktor Ahn is understood to be the latest star to be tasked with coaching Chinese athletes ahead of Beijing 2022.
The United States women's speed skating team held its second annual camp, which was split between virtual and in-person sessions.
Dutch speed skating legend Ireen Wüst has revealed she plans to retire after the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Romanian-Canadian speed skater Alexandra Ianculescu has decided to move back to Europe and train in The Netherlands in a move designed to boost preparations for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
International Skating Union (ISU) has established deadlines to determine whether short track and speed skating World Cup events can take place amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Speed skating and short track are under the microscope in the latest online sessions conducted by International Skating Union (ISU) Centres of Excellence to help athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
China’s national speed skating head coach Wang Meng has stepped down from her position after less than one-year in the role, as the country aims to achieve home success at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
International Skating Union (ISU) has confirmed dates and locations for the next two World Cup Speed Skating Series, with the Netherlands hosting the finals on both occasions.
Multiple Winter Olympic gold medallist Viktor Ahn announced his retirement from speed skating due to several persistent injuries.
Russia’s multiple speed skating world champion Pavel Kulizhnikov has helped to deliver food parcels during the coronavirus pandemic.
Speed Skating Canada has announced a partnership with Interpodia to deliver a new membership management platform.
A group of 70 athletes are set to compete at the International University Sports Federation (FISU) World University Speed Skating Championship in Amsterdam.
The Netherlands’ Patrick Roest and Ireen Wüst maintained their domination of the World Allround Speed Skating Championships by clinching gold medals in Hamar.