US Speedskating have confirmed their coaching team through to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, with Ryan Shimabukuro returning to the set-up.
The International Skating Union (ISU) have announced a four-year partnership with sports marketing agency House of Sports BV.
South Korea’s speed skating coach Bob de Jong, who guided the country to a record-breaking performance at the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, will not return to the team after opting not to sign another contract.
South Korea's Mo Tae-bum, who won gold in the 500 metres speed skating event at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, could be set to swap his skates for a bicycle in a career change.
Japan’s Rio Yamada completed a distance double at the World University Speed Skating Championships in Belarus as she added the 1,500 metres title to the 1000m she had won the day before.
Tatsuya Shinhama made it an individual double at the World University Speed Skating Championships as he zipped to men's 1,000 metres gold in Belarus.
Japan won both 500 metre titles on the second day of the World University Speed Skating Championships in Minsk.
Italy, Poland and Russia all won gold medals on the opening day of the World University Speed Skating Championships in Minsk.
Fourteen countries will be represented at the World University Speed Skating Championships which will begin tomorrow in Belarus.
Norway’s Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen was crowned the overall men’s International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Cup champion after the final event of the season in Minsk.
Dutch stars were in predictably dominant form on day one at the Speed Skating World Cup Final in Minsk.
Havard Lorentzen and Miho Takagi are both looking to cap superb seasons with overall glory at the Speed Skating World Cup Final in Minsk.
South Korea's Kim Bo-reum, one of the speed skaters at the centre of a bullying controversy at last month's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, has been hospitalised for psychological treatment.
The Netherlands secured the women's team pursuit title on the final day of action at the International Skating Union World Junior Speed Skating Championships in Salt Lake City.
Sverre Lunde Pedersen was 3,500 metres away from becoming the first Norwegian International Skating Union (ISU) World Allround Speed Skating champion since Johann Olav Koss in 1994 - and then a bizarre crash gave the title to Patrick Roest of The Netherlands.