The International Skating Union (ISU) has published its 2019-2020 calendar for speed skating and short track speed skating competitions.
US Speedskating has announced that new training and physiotherapy equipment has been installed at the Utah Olympic Oval.
South Korea's double Olympic speed skating champion Lee Seung-hoon has been banned for a year after he was found guilty of assaulting two team-mates.
Olympian Pat Leech has been inducted into Speed Skating Canada’s Hall of Fame during an awards banquet in Winnipeg in Manitoba.
United States Speedskating's (USS) Matt Kooreman has praised retiring long track head coach Tom Cushman's dedication to the sport.
The Dutch short track speed skating squad has begun preparations for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics – with a squad of 18 unveiled.
Former speed skating coach Cho Jae-beom has been indicted on charges of sexually assaulting and molesting double Olympic short track gold medallist Shim Suk-hee, according to reports in South Korea.
Pyeongchang 2018 speed skating gold medallist Samuel Girard has announced his retirement aged 22.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist speed skater Lee Sang-hwa looks set to retire after failing to recover from injury.
Next season’s Speed Skating World Cup series will start in Minsk in November and finish four months later in Heerenveen in the Netherlands.
The International Skating Union (ISU) has awarded the 2020 European Short Track Championships to Hungary.
World records got another pounding on the final day of the International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Cup Final in Salt Lake City as Kjeld Nuis of The Netherlands added a new men's 1,500 metres mark of 1min 40.17sec to the 1,000m record he had set the day before, and Japan's Miho Takagi became the first woman to break the magic 1:50 barrier in the Ladies' 1,500m.
The Utah Olympic Oval lived up to its reputation as the fastest ice in the world as the opening day of the International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Cup Final produced a slew of world records in Salt Lake City.
Records will be on the cards when the International Skating Union's Speed Skating World Cup Final starts tomorrow, given that the 2018-2019 season finale takes place on the fastest ice of the world - the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City.
Patrick Roest successfully defended his men's crown at the International Skating Union World Allround Championships as Martina Sáblíková set another world record to clinch the women's title.