Beautiful weather and a good turn-out of skaters marked 2010′s RSO Series finale in Harriston.
With the highest youth participation ever along with well-trained seasoned skaters, racing was fun and fast.
A big thank you to all the skaters who supported the series. A huge thank you goes out to all the volunteers who worked behind the scenes putting the series together and who worked as officials, timers, lap-counters, place-judges, and with set-up & take down.
See you in 2011!
Adriana Cuabu (outside middle), Jessica Cuabu, and Kyle Hieber- photo by Peter Doucet
Jade Pauley leads Peter Doucet, Morgan Williams, and Scott Pauley during the 10km elimination race- photo by Morgane Echardour
The season’s RSO Series finale is planned for August 29th in Harriston.
Skaters of all abilities will take to the CITC‘s 200-meter banked track, completing a variety of distances ranging from 200-meters to 10km’s.
- DATE: August 29th
- DIRECTIONS [Click here] [Contact]
- START TIME: 9am registration, races begin at 9:45am
- DISTANCES: 300-meter time trial, 500m sprint, & Pro 10km elimination or Mainstream Open 5km elimination
7-years & under: 100-meter time trial, 300 & 500-meter races
8 to 12 years old: 200-meter time trial, 500 & 600-meter races
- VENUE: 200-meter banked track
- ENTRY FEES: $20 for RSO/ RSC Members, non-members: $25
Children & youth: $10
Family rates & discounts available
- FORMS [Entry form download] [Waiver] [General information]
The Toronto Inline Skating Club hosted this season’s second RSO Series.
With beautiful blue skies greeting skaters, thoughts were focused at setting fast times. Once warm-ups were under way, relatively strong winds dashed hopes of skaters setting blazing times. Despite the wind as well as lower participation than expected, racing was still fast, with skaters reaching personal- best times.
TISC’s Jade Pauley & Shannon Hegarty were the top senior skaters while NRS’ Paisley Perrie was the top junior skater.
The next and final series race for 2010 will take place on August 29th in Harriston.
Thank you to all the volunteers who helped with set-up, officiating, timing, lap counting, and cleaning up.
Scott Pauley leads Shannon Hegarty, Paisley Perrie, and Neil Roxas in the B-500-meter- photo from SpeedSkateWorld.com
Braden Falkingham leads the way in the youth division’s 600-meter race- photo from SpeedSkateWorld.com