Welcome to the home of Short Track Speed Skating.
Short track speed skating is a lightning-fast, adrenaline-fuelled winter sport full of unpredictability, where skaters reach speeds of up to 50-kmph on blades 46cm long and only 1mm thick.
It is a highly tactical and physically demanding sport with split-second decision making and race strategy playing a crucial role in racing, where skaters go head-to-head in races of 4 to 6 skaters in a knock-out style of competition.
The elite GB Short Track speed skating squad are based at the National Performance Centre for Short Track Speed Skating, located at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham.
NISA would like to wish all the best to our nine Short Track Speed Skaters who will be competing in the 2nd Star Class Event in Dresden Germany this weekend:
Sophie Robertson, Isaac Raizada and Kyle Ross-Waddell from Nottingham, David Robles-Thome from Forth Valley and Ollie Rowe, Theo Collins, Solomon Prempeh, Peter Riches and Olivia Weedon from Aldwych Along with their coaches Mandy Worth and Gerard Williams, who will be competing in the 2nd Star Class Event in Dresden Germany this weekend.
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For Team GB performance and GB Short Track media enquiries, please contact Sandy Drummond.
The GB Short Track team are based at the National Performance Centre for short track speed skating, located at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham since 2000.
Keep up to date with how the GB Short Track squad are getting on in their international competitions.