Within the Dutch National Training Centre of Heerenveen it is possible to combine multiple Speed Skating sports in the Dutch Development structure. A tailormade program could be made for every level of skater who also joins existing training groups in our ISU Centre of Excellence.
An ISU CoE is an ISU-recognized skating entity that provides an overall environment of high-quality facilities, skating services, coaching and training activities, research and innovation, servicing high performance and long-term development of Skaters, Coaches, Officials, and experts while engaging with multiple ISU Members.
An ISU CoE may act as an ISU development center, hosting or executing ISU development activities when required. The purpose of the CoEs is to share their knowledge, expertise, and good practices. In addition, creativity and innovation are encouraged to fill gaps in the development of skating sports.
The ISU CoE serves as a quality label awarded periodically to selected skating entities. Together the CoEs may form a worldwide training and development network that engages Skaters, Coaches, Officials, and experts in the skating world towards a better fulfillment of their personal and collective development goals.
In this folder you find more information about the Short Track Camps and about the program for Long Track 2023-2024.
Speed Skating: Freek van der Wart, [email protected]
Short Track Speed Skating: Wilf O’Reilly, [email protected]