Please find below the nomination forms for the various SSC Awards. The deadline for most nominations is Friday, May 3, 2013. Late nominations will not be accepted. Nominations must be approved by a provincial or territorial branch in order to be considered. In order to send the nomination form directly, simply fill out all the appropriate fields and send in. If you can't include the signatures, simply send an email to Communications to confirm your signature, or ask the branch representative to send an email stating that they support the nomination. If you have questions or require further information, please contact Communications at the national office. Additional information available in the Red Book (awards section).
Nominations for induction into the Speed Skating Canada Hall of Fame may be submitted in two categories: Athletes and Builders.
The Coach(es) of the Year Award is presented to any coach who has demonstrated meaningful, long-term involvement with a club, regional, branch, or national association as a coach as evidenced by their achievements.
The Coaches Awards of Excellence are awarded to those who have made contributions to the sport of speed skating in the role of a coach. The award is not given based on the achievement of athletes, but on the demonstrated ability to assist in the development of athletes and the sport, including grassroots to high performance coaches.
Any SSC official who has demonstrated meaningful, long-term involvement with a club, region, branch, or the national association.
The Officials Award of Excellence are awarded to individuals who hav made contributions to the sport of speed skating in the role of an official. The award is given based on the demonstrated ability to assist in the development of officials in the sport, including grassroots to high performance officials.
This award is bestowed upon a family who has made an outstanding contribution to the development of the sport of speed skating in Canada.
This award is presented to an individual or individuals that has/have assisted the sport of speed skating in Canada in ways other than work done at clubs and branches. This would include but is not limited to volunteer work on organizing national and international competitions, clinics and meetings.
This award recognizes volunteers who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of speed skating at the national level and/or international level.
Any Speed Skating Canada member who has demonstrated meaningful, long-term involvement with a club, region, branch, or national association.
The trust fund offers four annual bursaries of approximately $750 each to deserving and promising skaters, the amount to be reviewed periodically.