Athlete Awards

This trophy, first awarded in 1968 by SSC, was presented annually to the male or female skater in long track having the most outstanding performance of the year. In 1985 the award was changed to include top male and female in long track and top male and female in short track.

A trophy, first awarded in 1968 by SSC, was presented annually to the male or female skater in long track having the most outstanding performance of the year. In 1985 the award was changed to include top male and female in long track and top male and female in short track.

Since 1968, an award has been given by SSC to the male or female skater in long track having the most outstanding performance of the year. In 1985, the award was changed to include top male and female in long track and top male and female in short track.

Any speed skater or speed skating team who wins a gold, silver or bronze medal at a Winter Olympic Games, wins a senior or junior world championship title, wins an overall World Cup title, or holds an officially recognized Olympic, senior or junior world record will automatically be recorded on the honour roll of the Speed Skating Canada Hall of Fame.

In 1992, SSC's board of directors unanimously endorsed the establishment of a trust fund in memory of Peter Williamson. Peter was an Olympian skater, excellent coach and technical director of SSC.