BC Long Track Championship and FUNale – Jan 20-21, 2024

Official results are available through the Sportity App.

Thank you to all our volunteers, officials and planning committee for making the BC LT Championship and FUNale from January 20-21, 2024 such an amazing success! Thank you to the skaters and parents who travelled from across the province to compete!

Thank you to our sponsors for helping to make this event a success!

Please register here: https://icereg.ca/#!/events/bc-long-track-championships-academy-2024 Skater registration closes on Jan 10, 2024

We are always looking for volunteers to make these competitions a success. If you are able please sign up here: https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/1153633416068/false#/invitation


  • The Academy camp will feature two groups (Youth and Junior). Both groups will be involved in programming from 9:00-16:00. Each group will have two ice sessions, complemented by off-ice education and dryland. Please come with on- and off-ice training gear, water, lunch and snacks. Academy skaters will be sent a detailed schedule in the week prior to the Academy.
  • Open practice ice will be available to all participants in BC LT Championships from 4:30-6pm on Friday January 20.


See SSBC Provincial Format Competitions Bulletin. To be eligible to compete in the BC Long Track Championship, skaters must achieve the following time in a sanctioned competition prior to January 10, 2024:

Skaters who do not meet the requirements (age or time) may consider competing in the co-hosted LT FUNale.

Long Track FUNale has no time requirements and is for all ages. No results based awards are given for FUNale but there will be skater recognition and sanctioned results will be posted. Out of province skaters may register in FUNale. Where practical FUNale and Championship skaters may race together to provide meaningful competition. The FUNale theme is polar animals!

The seeding format for each event (single distance vs. cumulative results) will be determined by the Sport Jury in order to create the safest racing. Where single distance seeding is used, seeding will be based upon the skater’s personal best seed time. If no seed time is available, skaters will be seeded last. If there are multiple skaters without a seed time, they will be seeded in the last positions by random lot.


Event Details & Results