Sponsorship Opportunities

At Speed Skating Canada, long-term Olympic success relies on a solid platform of volunteer coaching, weekly practices and races that encourage kids to have fun. Through training and competition, young athletes experience winning, losing, failure, success and achievement.

This is a good time to be a speed skating fan and an even better time to be a team sponsor. With an established tradition of Olympic success and emerging stars, Speed Skating Canada continues to be an attractive platform to align with.

Canada’s speed skating success at the Olympics goes beyond winning medals; it’s a nationwide movement, a chance to honor our country’s dedicated athletes and a shared belief that sports can better the lives of all Canadians. Speed Skating Canada prides itself on providing an inclusive and supportive community for anyone wanting to participate and pursue personal development as an athlete, official, coach, volunteer, parent or administrator. 

5 Reasons Why Speed Skating Canada Might Be a Good Fit

1 - If you are looking for a world-class Olympic sport to align with.

2 - You need brand visibility in Asia and Europe.

3 - Your company’s values align with Canadian pride, world class performance and supporting youth programs.

4 - Quebec is a region that you want to focus attention on.

5 - As a proud Canadian company and want to align with the most successful Canadian sport federation.

For more details, please contact:

Nicole Espenant
nespenant@speedskating.ca

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